Urban and Transport

Securing a smart city approach: the ecosystem of cybersecurity

In an increasingly digital world, this article from WORKTECH Academy Global Partner Signify champions a collaborative approach to ensuring robust and secure smart cities in the future

global warming

The Global Green Agenda: where technology and policy meet

As global governments are under increasing pressure to reduce carbon emissions, the intersection between policy and technology could be the solution, according to Signify’s Jonathan Weinert

antimicrobials

Green building experts caution over new ‘anti-viral’ materials

A group of leading green building organisations, architects, and scientists have warned that building materials with added antimicrobials have no proven health benefit – and may not be as green as they seem

Making smart sustainable: smart city ecosystem in a new urban age

The downfall of our urban centres during Covid-19 means that cities need practical solutions to make them more resilient and sustainable int eh future, according to Signify’s Eng Yong Liang

emissions

Sustainable urban futures: why ‘Covid-19 emissions dip’ was not enough

Covid-19 lockdowns saw a dip in carbon emissions in 2020, but is this enough to spark sustainable, long-lasting change? Jonathan Weinert of Signify believes we still have some work to do…

climate change

Constructing a greener future: how smart buildings can tackle climate change

The green agenda has never been so relevant for corporate enterprises. A recent report from smart lighting experts Signify looks at how smart buildings are doing their part to achieve carbon neutrality

The Nowhere Office: advocating a shift from place to purpose

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at a new report which argues for a permanent departure from presenteeism – and at new projects to green the London cityscape

micro-mobility

On your bike: how micro-mobility is changing corporate real estate in cities

Micro-mobility in cities is on the rise, but how can real estate professionals benefit from this shift in transport preference? A new report from Urban Land Institute looks at how the property sector is responding