Technological innovations are enabling a new way of producing food transforming indoor environments into places where fruits and vegetables can be grown without soil, close to the city, with an extremely short supply chain, fully independent of weather fluctuations, while reducing demand on water and chemicals. One of the pioneers
There’s a long list of trends or technologies that made the leap from science fiction to reality. Could the features of a circular city be next?
A fleet of electric and autonomous vehicles and drones seamlessly respond to and deliver products ordered via online platforms, their routes and energy optimised through intelligent data. It isn’t a vision that will necessarily excite everyone, but as the technologies continue to develop and the cost saving potential is quantified,
One of the very first attempts at leveraging data and new algorithm capabilities, Kutsuplus was part of city-wide plans to reduce car usage in Helsinki.
The new Solaire development constructed in Lower Manhatten is trying a novel new method, offering a fleet of BMWs, including four of the manufacturer’s latest electric vehicle – the i3 – as part of the deal.
enault has partnered with OSVehicle to create POM, a new electric vehicle (EV), open source and available for customisation by start-ups, independent labs, private customers and researchers.