Living PlanIT Awarded Best Company for Innovation in Urban Development Technologies 2015 by IAIR
March 11, 2015
Lunar Mission Kickstarter Campaign Meets Its Funding Target
December 17, 2014
The people have spoken – and they want to drill into the moon
PlanIT UOS™ / OS™ & WISDOM analytics published in "Disaster Management: Enabling Resilience" by Anthony Masys
November 30, 2014
The present work will discuss relevant theoretical frameworks and applications pertaining to enabling resilience within the risk, crisis and disaster management domain.
Crowdfunded mission expected to shine new light on origins of Earth, Moon and solar system
November 19, 2014
Project will fund a global education a global education programme and profits will go into a Trust to finance future space exploration
Dan Byles, UK Member of Parliament to Join Living PlanIT
September 26, 2014
Living PlanIT today announced that Dan Byles, UK Member of Parliament, will be joining the company´s leadership after he steps down from Parliament in May 2015
Frost & Sullivan Congratulates Living PlanIT for Growth and Leadership in IoT and Smart City Markets
September 04, 2014
Over the past few years, the PlanIT OS platform has established a reputation as the go-to ICT infrastructure for next-generation urban environments
Clinton Global Initiative - Infrastructure for Cities & States
August 04, 2014
I recently contributed to the Clinton Global Initiative's Infrastructure for Cities & States Working Group in Denver, Colorado and wanted to share a few thoughts about my experiences both at the event and also the broader opportunity that focused commitments and activities could bring to the United States.
"... because now we’ve got data!" by Oliver Chikumbo
August 03, 2014
This blog post contains the article written by data scientist & Research Associate Professor at Michigan State University, Oliver Chikumbo. Living PlanIT has been collaborating with Oliver and his colleagues over the past year or more and expect to be making announcements shortly regarding "wickedly" complex analytics problems and solutions in relation to urban and rural environments.
Living PlanIT Announces Native HyperCat Support in PlanIT OS & PlanIT Urban Operating System Release 4.0
July 24, 2014
Living PlanIT is the developer of the PlanIT OS and PlanIT Urban Operating System, the award winning standards based middleware products that provide real-time sensing, control, spatial analytics, data integration, security, support and provisioning of ubiquitous context-relevant applications for the Internet of Things.
Living PlanIT and the Development of the 'PlanIT Urban Operating System: The Geographies of an Innovation
June 09, 2014
Carvalho, L., Plácido Santos, I. and Vale, M. (2013), "Living PlanIT and the development of the Urban Operating System: the geographies of an innovation". Working paper prepared for the research project "Anchoring, sustainability and localization of innovation: towards new forms of territorialisation of economic activities" (PUCA), Erasmus University Rotterdam and University of Lisbon.
Science in Parliament
Smart Building Networks
February 14, 2014
The debate on Smart Buildings should be conducted in a positive context. There is little accrued benefit to users, developers or public administrators if a smart building is a construction isolated from the urban built environment.
UK set to lead the way for smart cities
December 18, 2013
Government, cities, businesses and universities are joining forces to make sure the UK is leading the global race to develop smarter cities.
The Innovation Imperative
December 12, 2013
Interview with Steve Lewis, CEO and Founder, Living PlanIT
Brazilian 'smart cities' get even smarter
November 22, 2013
Technology company Living PlanIT is to install an ultra-modern computer system in a huge “smart city” currently under construction in Brazil. Convida Suape (pictured), a 1,160 acre mixed-use extension to the city of Cabo de Santo Agostinho, is being developed by local firm Moura Dubeux.
Living PlanIT and Convida’s smart city collaboration
November 8, 2013
Yesterday Living PlanIT and Convida announced a smart city collaboration to build a community that includes housing, higher education , retail, hospitality and commercial property for c100k residents. According to Joe Dignan, chief public sector analyst at Ovum “There is a real prospect that the $36B Suape Investment Cluster in Pernambuco could become the smart city light house project the world has been looking for.”
Frost & Sullivan’s Global Research Platform
Growth Excellence Leadership Award Smart City Projects Europe
September 11, 2013
Frost & Sullivan is in its 50th year in business with a global research organization of 1,800 analysts and consultants who monitor more than 300 industries and 250,000 companies. The company’s research philosophy originates with the CEO’s 360-Degree Perspective™, which serves as the foundation of its TEAM Research™ methodology. This unique approach enables us to determine how best-in-class companies worldwide manage growth, innovation and leadership. Based on the findings of this Best Practices research, Frost & Sullivan is proud to present the 2013 European Growth Excellence Leadership Award in Smart City Projects to Living PlanIT.
Tomorrow's cities: Do you want to live in a smart city?
August 18, 2013
How do you fancy living in a city with which you can interact? A city that acts more like a living organism, a city that can respond to your needs. Around the world such cities are already being built, from Masdar in Abu Dhabi to Songdo in South Korea. Now the chaotic city near you may be in line for a makeover.
Heavy Reading Insider
Smart Cities: The Opportunity for Wireline Network Operators
The term "smart city" defies simple definition, but it is generally used to describe a city with dense information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure – involving large numbers of interconnected sensors, actuators, devices and people – and applications using this infrastructure to make the city function as efficiently and effectively as possible, particularly as it grows bigger and more complex.
IT Phone Home
We are used to and increasingly reliant on smartphones for our social and business communications. Can that technology be scaled up to a smart city? Online magazine article on page 57 and 58.