Urban Mobility in Digital Era – Shift from Vehicle Ownership to “Usership”

  • Mar 29, 2021
The challenges of urbanization have opened up multiple doors to innovative technologies that are deemed to shape the future of urban mobility. Car and Bike Sharing, On-demand Transport, and Ride-Hailing are becoming more and more common in urban areas across the globe.

Urban Mobility in Digital Era – Shift from Vehicle Ownership to “Usership”

The challenges of urbanization have opened up multiple doors to innovative technologies that are deemed to shape the future of urban mobility. Car and Bike Sharing, On-demand Transport, and Ride-Hailing are becoming more and more common in urban areas across the globe.

Mar 29, 2021

The Need for Affordable Housing as a Reality

The Affordable Housing Crisis spans nearly every country of the world be it developing or developed. Working-Class and Low-income families face a severe shortage of homes as property prices are constantly being pushed up. Currently, homeownership is out of reach for millions of people across the globe.

Mar 21, 2021

Manufacturing Improvement Through Digital Lean

TPS is widely known as “lean manufacturing”, where waste is minimized by eliminating production activities that create no value to the customers. Typical wastes for manufacturing environments are categorized into 7 classes and for each, there is a strategy that reduces or eliminates its effect on the organization.

Feb 15, 2021

The Future of Crop Harvesting

A number of developed countries undergo a shortage of labor in the agricultural sector that threatens the sustainability and preservation of the industry. Dozens of European farms could disappear from the market unless they find a solution to affordable operating resources.

Jan 21, 2021

Community-based Approach for Sustainable Peacebuilding

Reconciling conflicts and achieving sustainable peace have been the subjects of focus throughout the recent decade, with a number of development agencies and countries investing in them.

Jan 15, 2021

The Housing of the Future

Over the last decade, 3D printing has proved successful for many industries including Manufacturing, Medical, Robotics, etc.  The Construction industry appears to take great advantage of 3D Printing Possibilities as well. We can already observe printed cabins, offices, bridges, and shelters.

Jan 14, 2021

The Exodus: Drivers of Migration and Its Implications for International Development and Sustainability

Contemporary Migration is a highly complex phenomenon that is shaped by a convoluted set of factors. It has existed for centuries and has become a part of mankind’s shared history.

Jan 7, 2021

A very futuristic dinner – The debut of Synthetic Chicken Bites

By as soon as 2050, the world population is expected to surpass 9 billion. According to FAO, meat consumption levels are set to mirror such exponential growth of mankind and shall nearly double in a few decades from now.

Dec 9, 2020

Success Story – Rwanda | The Pioneer of Electronic Public Procurement in African Region

Public Procurement encompasses a notable share of the economy in nearly every country. Many argue, that an effective public procurement system can play a vital role in the development of any given nation and build up a truly capable state.

Nov 10, 2020

The Power of Data Analytics – Illuminating Fraud Schemes and Corruption

Fraudulent activities are of critical concern for many entities including financial organizations, insurance companies, governmental institutions, and individual investors. Both public and private projects have dark corners where corrupt actors can hide and thrive.

Nov 6, 2020

Transparent Solar Panels – Charging the Way to the World’s Future

Would you like to own a car, a smartphone, or a tablet that can power itself over and over again without limits? The Contemporary world is as close as never to transforming the global solar energy landscape by revolutionary transparent solar panel technology that can charge our way to the future.

Oct 23, 2020

Success Story – Estonia’s 20 years of Digital Transformation – The Digital Republic

When it comes to digital transformation and e-governance, Estonia is an example many countries look up to. Today, 99% of the nation’s public services are available 24/7, 30% of the population votes electronically and according to country estimates its reduced bureaucracy accounts for 844 years of working time.

Oct 9, 2020

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