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Smart Cities – A Move Towards Sustainability
Analyst firm Frost & Sullivan has predicted that smart cities will represent one of the three new areas of growth in the global energy and environment market in 2014 and beyond.

Author: Ravi Krishnaswamy
Organisation: Frost & Sullivan
Publish Date: September 2011
Smart City Startups: Market Landscape
This report explores the Smart City Market and how municipalities, public-private partnerships, corporate incumbents, startups and investors are working together to build the smart cities of tomorrow

Author: Singularity University
Organisation: Singularity University
Publish Date: June 2018
Smart Mobility 2050: Human centred Vision and long term Horizon
Mobility and Transport are fundamental and vital for economies and societies at large. For Europe, efficient and sustainable transportation and mobility are essential for participating in the world e

Author: Claus Seibt, Annelieke van der Giessen, Sander van Oort, Bas van Schoonhoven, and Hans van Vliet
Organisation: European Foresight Platform
Publish Date: June 2012
SmartBook – a vision for the future e-book
This paper presents a vision for the future of the e-books as part of the growing collective intelligence. The vision entails further development of technologies that will facilitate the creation and

Author: Ivan Koychev, Roumen Nikolov, Darina Dicheva
Organisation: 10th IFIP Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises, Greece (2009)
Publish Date: May 2011
Some critical research issues for future sub-Saharan African agriculture
Four future scenarios for sub-Saharan Africa and critical research issues for the future agriculture, identified with the scenarios as basis.<br />

Author: Ulf Magnusson, Agnes Andersson Djurfeldt, Thomas Håkansson, Mats Hårsmar et al.
Organisation: SLU, Framtidens lantbruk/Future Agriculture
Publish Date: August 2012
Some Trends and Perspectives on Globalization, Economic Growth, Equality, and Development
The world economy is more complex than it has ever been. This paper looks at some frameworks used for description, analysis, and prediction in the three areas of economic growth, equality, and develo

Author: Giuseppe Ammendola
Organisation: Giuseppe Ammendola
Publish Date: August 2011
Some views on emerging and future technologies for wireless mobile networks
Outline: The impact of ad-hoc based technologies in the evolution of mobile & wireless, Experience from some projects on emerging wireless technologies, Some views on the future wireless access

Author: Sonia Heemstra de Groot
Organisation: Twente Institute for Wireless and Mobile Communications and Delft University of Technology
Publish Date: March 2009
Sophie and the Future of Reading and Writing
In the 1440s, Johannes Gutenberg invented a printing press that enabled the mass production of books. In the ensuing five and half centuries, books—printed pages bound together—have served as the cen

Author: Robert Stein, Daniel Visel
Organisation: Institute for the Future of the Book
Publish Date: 2007
SOUTH AFRICA Scenarios 2025: The future we chose?
Building on the work of the 2014 Memories of the Future project, Scenarios 2025 aims to stimulate discussion about some of the challenges South Africa might face after 30 years of democracy

Author: South Africa Government, Policy Co-ordination and Advisory Services (PCAS
Organisation: South Africa Government
Publish Date: September 2008
South Africa Strategic Plan 2010 - 2015
This is the first Strategic Plan tabled in the National Assembly by the new Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET). It represents considerable work undertaken by a department that is in t

Author: Department of Higher Education and Training
Organisation: Republic of South Africa
Publish Date: 2010
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