In the first of our new series, we gather fascinating stories on how cities around the world are using data and geospatial analytics in urban planning.
The tourism board has developed a data analytics network to analyse tourist movements and boost the hospitality and retail industries.
Secretary General of World Smart Sustainable Cities Organisation (WeGO) reveals plans to work with North Korea.
The government is using solar-powered billboards to bring voting information to its citizens.
Dangermond shares five ways that location intelligence are benefitting smart cities.