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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.

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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

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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

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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

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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.

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"... 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.

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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.

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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.

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Science in Parliament

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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.

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Gov.UK

govuk

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.

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The Economist

economist

The Innovation Imperative

December 12, 2013

Interview with Steve Lewis, CEO and Founder, Living PlanIT

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Property Week

Ovum

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.

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Ovum

Ovum

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.”

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Frost & Sullivan’s Global Research Platform

BBC News

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.

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BBC News

BBC News

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.

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Heavy Reading Insider

Smart Cities: The Opportunity for Wireline Network Operators

June 2013

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.

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Showhouse Magazine

Showhouse Magazine

IT Phone Home

May 2013

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.

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Showhouse Magazine

tnooz

The Internet of Things and travel: London City Airport takes off

May 3, 2013

London City Airport has been awarded a grant from the UK’s Technology Strategy Board to implement a preliminary trial of cross-technology networking.

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CNN Travel

CNN Travel

London to create airport of the future with 'Internet of Things'

May 3, 2013

London City Airport wants to eradicate the many nuisances associated with flying.

Should they succeed, missing luggage, delayed flights and long security lines will be irritations of another era. Even wading through a sea of taxi drivers to find the cardboard placard that bears your name will be a thing of the past.

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Ovum

Ovum

London City Airport gets smart and shows channel development flightpath

April 2, 2013

City CIOs need to understand how technology can be used to make their arena more economically competitive. There is a school of thought that says that the main competitive edge for a city is not location but accessibility – and on a global stage that means the airports. Indeed, many cities are becoming transport hubs where the city supports the airport rather than the other way around.

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Ovum

London City Airport

London City "Internet of Things" Trials

March 27, 2013

London City Airport will be used as a pilot site to test out hi-tech next-gen internet-based management strategies.

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Ovum

Critical Software

Critical embarks on new project with Living PlanIT and London City Airport

March 26, 2013

Critical Software Technologies joins Living PlanIT and multi-national technology providers including Cisco, Hitachi, IBM and Philips, and associate partner London City Airport in a successful consortium bid for the UK government’s Technology Strategy Board (TSB) ‘Internet of Things Demonstrator’ Competition. The project will demonstrate that where objects communicate with one another the data can be used to improve efficiency of services to the individuals.

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Innovation Observatory

Innovation Observatory

Innovation that crosses sector boundaries – software vendors take note : it can be done

March 14, 2013

Sometimes technological innovation of the kind that transcends sectoral boundaries is the result of chance, and sometimes it is the result of deliberate planning – an intentional ‘lift, drop and port’ exercise where an entrenched way of doing things in one sector is shown to be inefficient by comparison with an analogous situation in another sector.

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BBC News

BBC News

What if...you could design a city?

February 21, 2013

As part of its project on the cities of the future, the BBC asked a series of experts to explain their vision of where they would like to live in the future.

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The Living City Buro Happold

Buro Happold

Introduction to the Living PlanIT UOS™ Architecture, Open Standards and Protocols

February 13, 2013

It’s great to be invited to contribute to this edition of Buro Happold’s e-journal, The Living City. We’ve been working with some of their teams now for five years and the relationship has been tremendously valuable in shaping our thoughts on the application of technology to improve the sustainability of the built environment.

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Newnet

Tech Crunch

Springboard’s Internet Of Things Accelerator Now Comes With Kickstarter Baked In

January 2013

Springboard IoT, the Cambridge, UK accelerator aimed at startups in the Internet of Things space, is jumping on another popular bandwagon — albeit, one that makes a lot of sense — by adding crowdfunding as an option for the teams taking part in the 3 month program.

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BBC News

BBC News

Future tech: Smart fabrics and other forecasts

02 January 2013

Technology keeps surprising us, both by how quickly it moves and how slowly it develops. Where are our flying cars? Where are our household robots?

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Newnet

UBM'S Future Cities

Top 20 Leaders in Urbanization

23 October 2012

Urban migration is the drumbeat behind the global cities movement. And urbanization leaders are rising to prominence across the spheres of real estate, technology, and sustainability.

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Newnet

Business Reporter

As the global population becomes increasingly urbanised, smart cities are pioneering ways of harnessing IT systems to manage resources more efficiently

30 September 2012

As it grows, the world’s population is increasingly migrating to cities. In China, 300 million people are predicted to move from rural to urban areas within the next 15 years. They will require an infrastructure equivalent to that of the existing United States – within just a few decades. This trend will be reflected across the globe – 70 per cent of the world’s population will live in cities by 2050, up from about half in 2009.

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Newnet

Newnet

Critical Software joins UK smart cities collaboration

05 October 2012

UK-based Critical Software has joined a group of international technology providers collaborating to create smart cities in the UK. The consortium is led by Living PlanIT and also includes Philips, Hitachi and McLaren Electronics Systems.

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Future Perfect

Future Perfect

Innovating to develop sustainable environments on an urban scale

2012

Every civilization has contended with powerful trends that have shaped how and where human settlements are built. Each has built its cities and expansions of those cities, with the best technology, materials and skills available at the time........continued on page 191.

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Kensington & Chelsea Today

Kensington & Chelsea Today

Smarter Cities - Better Quality of Life

28 August 2012

A Formula One racing car is a fast beast driven to the extremes on the race track. An impressive sight. But less obvious is the way its every movement and stress to its (and the drivers) metabolism is monitored remotely. For the car is actually a mobile data hub with typically 125 sensors sending 750 million numbers back to the garage and to engineering monitors around the world during a race.

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Raconteur

Cities need smart thinking for a sustainable future

07 June 2012

Many see a smart city as one where a network of sensors brings together data to be analysed for the more effective management of its systems. Yet this alone will not solve a city's problems of finance, sustainability and the protection of it's citizen's health, security and wellbeing.

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UKTi Award

ACTUAL!DADES

Embaixada Britânica distingue empresas portuguesas

21 May 2012

O UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) organiza o evento UKTI Business Awards, iniciativa anual que distingue empresas e projetos portugueses que no último ano, e com o envolvimento do UKTI, investiram e expandiram os seus negócios no Reino Unido, entre as quais Critical Software, EDP Renováveis, Sacoor Brothers, Sogrape, entre outras.

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Smithsonian.com

Smithsonian.com

Innovations: How human ingenuity is changing the way we live. WHEN CITIES RUN THEMSELVES

21 May 2012

The torch relay for the London Olympics began in England over the weekend. Officially, this hearkens back to the original Olympics in Ancient Greece, when a flame was lit to commemorate the theft of fire by Prometheus from top god Zeus. Unofficially, this is when the people running the Games go into panic mode because they have just over two months to make sure everything works.

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GSGF

Global Smart Grid Federation

London to test ‘smart city’ operating system

18 May 2012

Living Plan IT has developed its Urban operating system designed to power the smart cities of the future by connecting key services such as water, transport and energy. The company will be testing the new operating system in London.

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Buro Happold

Buro Happold

Global technology companies collaborate to create intelligent urban spaces

17 May 2012

Living PlanIT SA, the leading global developer of urban operating systems for ‘Smart’ Cities has announced partnerships with five leading international technology companies and signed an memorandum of understanding to work in partnership to create applications that will enhance the construction of smart cities in conjunction with Living PlanIT’s Urban Operating System. The Memorandum of Understanding was signed in the presence of The Rt Hon David Willetts, Minister of State for Universities and Science at the Digital Enterprise Centre on the Greenwich Peninsula. The presence of the Minister underlined the UK government’s commitment to promote and stimulate the high tech industries and jobs.

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bigthink

bigthink

Humanizing Technology Prize : The Nominees (Safety and Security)

16 May 2012

Living PlanIT is a company that aims to build the new, sustainable cities of the future.

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HiddenWires

HiddenWires

Living PlanIT Announces Partnerships to Create Smart Cities Based on its Urban Operating System

14 May 2012

Living PlanIT SA, the leading global developer of urban operating systems for ‘Smart’ Cities has announced partnerships with five leading international technology companies and signed a memorandum of understanding to work together to create applications that will enhance the construction of smart cities in conjunction with Living PlanIT’s Urban Operating System. The Memorandum of Understanding was signed in the presence of The Rt Hon David Willetts, Minister of State for Universities and Science, at the Digital Enterprise Centre on the Greenwich Peninsula. The presence of the Minister underlined the UK government’s commitment to promote and stimulate high tech industries and jobs.

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Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal : TechEurope

London Trial for Smart City Operating System

08 May 2012

With increases in the number of connected services, including sensors as part of the so-called “Internet of things”, comes the possibility of creating super-networks linking them all together. Particularly in urban areas this offers enormous potential benefits.

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IBM SmartPlanet Blog

SmartPlanet

London tests our Smart City operating system

08 May 2012

London has become the trial city to test out a new operating system for smart grid technology.

According to a report provided by IDC, “Energy Insights Worldwide Utility Smart Grid Spending Forecast, 2010-2015″, expenditure on smart grid technology will increase globally by 2015. In the midst of its prediction that smart grid spending will increase by 17.4 percent from 2010 to 2015 — whereas overall spending will reach $46.4 billion — London will now host a new operating system that could be the future of powering cities through smart grid technology.

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Bangkok Post Business

Bangkok Post : Business

The rise of the smart city, Part 5

08 May 2012

The successful development of the Smart City, which we have been discussing in recent columns, depends on a number of factors, including a Smart Economy, a Smart Environment and People who have been encouraged to make maximum use of all that a smart city can offer. In this article I will look at the fourth of the elements that comprise a Smart City, that of Smart Living.

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Energy for London

Energy for London

London to test ‘smart city’ operating system

07 May 2012

An operating system designed to power the smart cities of the future will be put through its paces in London. With partners including Hitachi, Phillips and Greenwich council, it aims to use the Greenwich peninsula as a testbed for new technologies running on the system. The OS aims to connect key services such as water, transport, and energy.”

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Korea IT Times

Korea IT Times

London to Test ‘Smart City’ Operating System

07 May 2012

An operating system designed to power the smart cities of the future will be put through its paces in London.

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Computer Weekly

ComputerWeekly

London to test urban operating system

04 May 2012

London is to test an operating system developed to support the smart cities of the future to keep buildings, traffic and services running smoothly.

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TechWorld

TechWorld

UK government backs new ‘smart cities’ consortium

04 May 2012

Philips, McLaren Electronics and Hitachi Consulting are among a group of companies that have agreed to work together on technologies that will enable the construction of smart cities in the UK.

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RFP Connect

RFP Connect

Technology giants to sign exclusive Innovation deal with Digital Enterprise Greenwich

04 May 2012

Technology giants from across the globe will sign an innovative deal at The Royal Borough of Greenwich’s prestigious Digital Enterprise Greenwich Centre today, with the sole aim of furthering digital innovation in the UK.

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BBC News

BBC Technology News

London to test ‘smart city’ operating system

04 May 2012

An operating system designed to power the smart cities of the future will be put through its paces in London.

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recombu

recombu

London to be test bed for Urban OS connected city system

04 May 2012

You might have hear a few things about the connected home; now get ready for the connected city.

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PC Advisor

PC Advisor

UK government backs new ‘smart cities consortium

04 May 2012

Technology companies are teaming up to help build smarter cities.

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Construction Digital

Construction Digital

PlanIT Valley – Building a Data-Driven City

30 April 2012

Portugal's upcoming smart city will incorporate information from over 100 million sensors to intelligently control urban infrastructure and more.

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The Business Times

The Business Times

The Promise of 'smart' cities - by Ayesha Khanna

05/11/2011

Huge benefits can be reaped when IT forms the core infrastructure of cities. Care must be taken, however, that it remains 'generative'.

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Economic Times

Economic Times

How smart technologies are drawing city of tomorrow and redrawing cities of today

03 November 2011

An operating system is the most vital piece of software in a computer. It makes the hardware components work together and, in large systems, ensures that programs running at the same time do not interfere with each other.

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Die Welt

Die Welt

China's strategy in the competition of metropoleis - by Nina Trentmann

18 October 2011

A city that regulates its own temperature - via the Internet. In the competition among sites, China is relying on "smart cities". The people are not involved.

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Die Welt
The Engineer

Urban OS sensor system could soon be running entire cities - by Sam Shead

04 October 2011

A new system of widely distributed sensors could soon be responsible for running entire cities.

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BBC News

BBC Technology News

Smart cities get their own operating system

30 September 2011

Cities could soon be looking after their citizens all by themselves thanks to an operating system designed for the metropolis.

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Wall Street Journal

PRWeb

Digital value chains to be developed and demonstrated with new government support

14 September 2011

The Technology Strategy Board (http://www.innovateuk.org) is to invest nearly £6 million of government funding in nine innovative strategic research and development projects and ground-breaking trials that will show how co-operation between digital infrastructure providers, content producers, users and software developers can be improved to earn revenue.

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Bilan

Les villes veulent devenir intelligentes - by Fabrice Delaye

10 September 2011

De l'Angleterre au Portugal, Living PlanIT, une PME basée à Nyon, crée les villes du futur en emmenant dans son sillage les Cisco, Philips et autres Microsoft. ...

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Portuguese American Journal

Paredes Smart City project wins World's Economic Forum Award – Portugal

06 September 2011

Living PlanIT, the Portuguese smart city initiative underway, was selected as one of the World Economic Forum's Technology Pioneers of 2012.

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Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

Portuguese Smart City Wins WEF Global Award

05 September 2011

Living PlanIT, the Portuguese smart city initiative, was selected as one of the World Economic Forum's Technology Pioneers of 2012.

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PR Week

Edelman wins five-year brief to handle comms for Portugal's PlanIT Valley deal

09 June 2011

The firm behind PlanIT Valley, Europe's largest smart city development, has called in Edelman to handle its product and b2b comms in a five-year contract.

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Reuters

Reuters

PlanIT Valley: A Blueprint for the Smart City

31 March 2011

New build smart cities are a phenomenon usually associated with Asia or the Middle East. Whether it is a showcase project like Songdo in South Korea or the massive new city development program being driven by the Chinese government, greenfield sites offer a chance to think afresh about how cities are designed, built, and operated. However, one of the most ambitious new city developments is about to begin in northern Portugal. PlanIT Valley is being built on a 1,700 hectare (4,000 acre) plot in the municipality of Paredes near Porto. The project is being driven by Living PlanIT, which is working closely with the Portuguese authorities and partners such as Cisco and Microsoft to develop an ambitious plan for a new type of urban development.

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Fast Company

Fast Company

Microsoft Helping Break Ground on Cloud- Connected Homes in New Smart City

25 March 2011

The home of the future will be bedecked with smart sensors that send their data to the cloud so you can manage the house from afar--yes, this is a story we've heard before. But now Microsoft has joined a plan to build a smart city jammed with exactly these smart homes in Portugal. Living PlanIT, which calls itself "one of the world's leading smart city and urban development technology providers" has been working on a plan for a smart city in northern Portugal for quite a while--currently a 2013 unveiling looks likely. And its plans have been given a huge boost this week with news that Microsoft has signed up, bringing all sorts of MS tech to the table. This technology includes the Connected Government Framework and the Azure platform (more on this soon). Microsoft's former General Manager of Market Development and co-chair of its Business Development Forum is now CEO of PlanIt--which may have helped MS's decision to leap on board alongside other tech partners like Cisco.

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IDTechEx

IDTechEx

1 City, 100 million sensors

25 March 2011

Many of us have iPhones with a myriad of embedded sensors on them, allowing countless apps to be built on these sensory systems but crucially, many of these applications were never conceived when the device was put together. In many ways the PlanIT Valley project from the Living PlanIT team is very similar but instead of a few sensors there will be 100 million sensors deployed over 17 km2 – an area equivalent to Manhattan Island, New York City – to seamlessly embed and connect an entire city with Wireless Sensor Networks.

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Engadet

1 City, 100 million sensors - by Vlad Savov

25 March 2011

A vision for how to make our cities smarter and more sustainable.

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Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

Microsoft Powers Portuguese Smart City - by Ben Rooney

24 March 2011

Description on PlanIT- Valley and partnership with Microsoft.

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Smart Meters

Smart Meters

PlanIT Valley Project: A Model for Smart Cities of the Future - by Farouk Balouchi

23 March 2011

100 million sensors will be deployed over 6.5 square miles in Paredes.

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Smart Meters

Verdantix

PlanIT Valley Provides New Model For Smart City

17 February 2011

A technology firm that develops innovative and sustainable urban technologies, announced the selection of a 1,670 hectare site in the municipality of Paredes in Portugal as the location of a new sustainable urban development.

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Property Week

Property week

Quintain to explore new PlanIT

26 November 2010

Quintain has agreed to provide property advice to Living PlanIT, an urban technology company that plans to develop a 1,700 ha city in north Portugal.

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CIOB (Charted Institute of Building)

Wembley City developer Quintain now on board for PlanIT Valley, Portugal's futuristic eco-city - by Rod Sweet

25 November 2010

The construction industry is not ready for the onslaught of competition it's just about to get.

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The Portugal News Online

The Portugal News Online

Portugal's intelligent green city by Brendan de Beer

16 October 2010

An investment that is expected to be in the region of at least 10 billion euros is set to result in the world's first environmentally sustainable city.

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Property Week

POPSCI

Planned Portuguese Eco-City Is Controlled By A Central Computer Brain - by Rebecca Boyle

11 October 2010

Ambitious green city project strives to emulate Silicon Valley's R&D culture.

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The Portugal News Online

New Scientist

The green city that has a brain - by Helen Knight

06 October 2010

An eco-city in Portugal that its makers are aiming to build by 2015 takes its cues from the nervous system.

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The Portugal News Online

US Infrastructure

Smart cities: Paving the way - by Al Bartlett

03 October 2010

As urban populations continue to grow at an unstable speed in inefficient contexts, smart cities are being looked up to as the saviour of next generation infrastructure – but what do they actually entail?

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Fast Company

Fast Company

A City in the Cloud: Living PlanIT Redefines Cities as Software - by Greg Lindsay

20 August 2010

Living PlanIT Redefines Cities as Software.

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Urenio

PlanIT Valley: Intelligent Cities - by Panagiotis Tsarchopoulos

03 August 2010

An Intelligent City in Portugal Urban and Regional Innovation.

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Ultimate Cities Blog

Cisco joins Portuguese "smart city" project - by Peter Wise

19 July 2010

Success in acquiring Cisco as a partner to build a "Smart City" in Portugal near Paredes

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TechCrunch

TechCrunch

Web Services for Mother Earth: Living PlanIT's Vision for Data-Driven Cities - by Robin Wauters

07 July 2010

Steve Lewis wants to use data for good.

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GizMag

Cisco and Living PlanIT team up to develop sustainable communities - by Paul Ridden

05 July 2010

Cisco to work with urban-scale sustainable technology company Living PlanIT on its creation.

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CBR Computer Business Review

Cisco, Living PlanIT to collaborate for connected communities in Portugal - by CRB Staff Writer

29 June 2010

Providing future cities with technology that will enable new methods of hosting and managing services within public-private partnerships.

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TechCrunch

TechCrunch

Cisco and Living PlanIT Go Green With Sustainable City - by Robin Wauters

30 June 2010

Cisco intends to build a sustainable city in Portugal. The company will work with Living PlanIT.

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Green Monk

Living PlanIT Brings Sustainable Urbanization Technologies to Market - by Tom Raftery

30 June 2010

IP around sustainable urbanisation.

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TMCnet

TMCnet

Cisco Collaborates with Living PlanIT to Develop a Sustainable, Intelligent and Connected Community in Portugal - by Sandra Freitas

29 June 2010

Cisco today announced the signing of a strategic Letter of Intent.

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TMCnet

TMCnet

Cisco Signs Deal with Living PlanIT to Provide Networking Infrastructure to World's Greenest City in Northern Portugal - by Madhubanti Rudra

29 June 2010

Euorpe's one the first smart cities is going to be born in Northern Portugal.

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TMCnet

TMCnet

Cisco, Living PlanIT partner on connected community project - by Madhubanti Rudra

29 June 2010

Cisco has signed a letter of intent with Portuguese urban technology company Living PlanIT.

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TMCnet

Green TMCnet

Cisco, Living PlanIT Partner On Green Tech - by Brendan B Reed

29 June 2010

Sustainable green development needs technology to make that happen.

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Business Green

busineesGreen.com

Cisco Cranks up Support for World's Smartest City - by James Murray

28 June 2010

Networking giant to provide smart infrastructure for Portugal's ambitious green metropolis.

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Business Green

busineesGreen.com

How green is your PlanIT Valley? - by James Murray

28 June 2010

Plans to build the world's greenest city in Portugal may be ambitious, but they are also surprisingly credible.

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Expresso

How Parades attracted harvard's attention by Robert G. Eccles

06 February 2010

PlanIT Valley promises to be the first sustainable city from an economic, social, technological and environmental point of view

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Econimco

MBA da Harvard Business School vai incluir 'case study' português by Robert G. Eccles

19 January 2010

The British professor Robert Eccles will be in Portugal during this week to study the "Silicon Valley" of Paredes.

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Vida Economica

Planit Valley quer assegurar 5% do PIB nacional/ Planit Valley assurse 5% increase in National PIB by Robert G. Eccles

11 September 2009

Steve Lewis, antigo executivo da Microsoft, sobre o arrojado projecto para Paredes/ Steve Lewis, old excecutive of Microsoft to create a bold innovative project in Paredes.

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Media Monitor

Media Monitor

Paredes - Equipa da cidade inteligente já está a instalar-se/ Paredes -Team of the intelligent city is already to settle

07 August 2009

Livng PlanIT instala-se em Paredes e prepara apresentação de mais investidores/ PlanIT Livng installs in Paredes and preparing the presentation of more investors.

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PCM

Porto Camara Municipal

Projecto de mobiliidade urbana nasce no Porto / Urban mobility project was born in Porto

07 July 2009

A colaboração entre a CMP e Living PlanIT pretende demonstrar como as novas tecnologias transformam a mobilidade na cidade/ The collaboration between CML and Living PlanIT aims to demonstrate how new technologies transform mobility in the city.

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PCM

Jornal de Noticas

Tecnologia de ponta ajuda transite/ Cutting-edge technology helps transit by Ines Schreck

07 July 2009

Informação em tempo real/ Real-time information

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OJE

OJE

Cidade inteligente 'Planit Valley' vai ser construida em Paredes até 2013/ Technology: Smart City 'Planit Valley' will be built by 2013 in Paredes

01 June 2009

Um investidor de capital de risco promete investir mais de dez mil milhões de euros numa cidade do futuro que poderá nascer em Paredes/ A venture capital investor promises to invest more than ten billion euros in a city of the future that may arise in Paredes.

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Noticias.rtp.pt

Cidade inteligente 'Planit Valley' vai ser construida em Paredes até 2013/ Technology: Smart City 'Planit Valley' will be built by 2013 in Paredes

01 June 2009

Um investidor de capital de risco promete investir mais de dez mil milhões de euros numa cidade do futuro que poderá nascer em Paredes/ A venture capital investor promises to invest more than ten billion euros in a city of the future that may arise in Paredes.

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AEIOU

Tecnologia: Cidade inteligente 'Planit Valley' vai ser construida em Paredes até 2013/ Technology: Smart City 'Planit Valley' will be built by 2013 in Paredes

01 June 2009

Um investidor de capital de risco promete investir mais de dez mil milhões de euros numa cidade do futuro que poderá nascer em Paredes/ A venture capital investor promises to invest more than ten billion euros in a city of the future that may arise in Paredes.

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