A truly smart city needs to be made up from smarter buildings, but how exactly does one make a building smart?
A city runs on power and a smart city needs smart power all the way from the grid to the consumer and back again.
If you want to build a smart city, you need to build a smart transport system to keep your city and its inhabitants moving.
A smart city needs a smart transport system and that includes the car you drive. Could smart electric cars be the answer?
Is the "smart city" just a buzzword created by architects and technologists or will it change our urban hives forever?
There's no denying the monumental success of tablet devices over the past few years, but do they make good educational tools?