Countries around the world are looking to electric vehicles in a bid to reduce carbon emissions, but Australia seems to be lagging behind. GovInsider speaks with the nation’s transport department and a transport planner to understand why, and what the government plans to do about it.
Bernard Chow, Deputy Head of Mobility (Rail & Road), Urban Solutions at ST Engineering, spotlights the digital technologies that are helping to level up public transport for greener mobility.
With global warming in full swing, the heat is here to stay. Climate and cooling experts chime in on how cities can adopt sustainable urban solutions to cool the heat.
Data centres are the backbone of smart cities today, but they are also massive energy guzzlers and heat emitters. Gareth Tang, Head of Urban Environment Solutions at ST Engineering explains how a new cooling innovation can mitigate their environmental impact.
Cities have always been driven by a sense of experimentation. As the world confronts a future of uncertainties, GovInsider looks at the changing definitions of what makes a ‘good’ city and how city leaders can reshape urban planning.
Cities today look drastically different from a few decades ago. Gone are public telephone booths, replaced by people using their cellphones to make electronic payments. As technology continues to advance, what’s to come?
The Head of Vienna’s Smart City Unit reveals how the Austrian capital uses technology and citizen-centric engagement to make transportation sustainable.
ST Engineering has been helping cities to transform since long before the term ‘smart city’ became a catch-all for modernising urban environments through digitalisation and technology. Chew Men Leong, President of Urban Solutions at ST Engineering, sheds light on what governments should focus on as they pursue their smart city goals.