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What if the building you worked in knew who you were before you got through the door, could tell you your agenda for the day and adjusted the light and temperature to suit your needs wherever you were?

Within the next seven years, nearly half of the buses used by municipal transit districts will be electric, with China playing a leading role.

Today leaders from the FCC, DHS, Congress, Senate, The White House and other agencies and institutions gathered for the first Smart Regions Congress at the National Press Club.

For decades, the definition of "infrastructure" has remained unchanged and was used to define roads, bridges, electricity and water delivery systems, among other examples. But as cities continue to build upon smart city efforts, the concept and very definition of infrastructure is changing.

By 2025, the average connected person will interact with connected devices nearly 4,800 times per day no matter where they are in the world.

Seagate report claims that increasing floods of data will transform the way many of us go about our everyday lives.

Mayor asking how tech and data can be used to make life better for Londoners.

Londoners will have the opportunity to inform how smart technology could shape the future of life in the capital by giving their views and ideas to the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan.

A home thermostat automatically establishes a comfortable environment for its occupants. A washing machine sends a text message when its cycle is complete. Lights throughout a house are controlled with a tap and swipe on a tablet, saving Dad a final trip down the stairs before bed.

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