‘The Innovative Mobility Landscape: The Case of Mobility as a Service’, published by the International Transport Forum (ITF) and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), examines how Mobility as a Service (MaaS) can reshape travel in cities.
The report “Towards the Localization of the SDGs”, facilitated by UCLG, provides an analysis of LRGs’ efforts to respond to the pandemic in cities and territories worldwide, as well as their connections with the SDGs under review.
UNDESA, UNESCO, and UN Office of Secretary-General’s Envoy on Technology released their Resource Guide on Artificial Intelligence Strategies. WGIC partner WFEO contributed to this document.
ITU Telecom World started out life in Geneva in 1971, with “a message to the 21st century”. In 1971 ICT was all about telecoms; voice over a fixed infrastructure, run by national operators out of government departments.
International cooperation will be vital to reduce global disaster risks, agreed the participants at a recent workshop on Artificial Intelligence (AI) for natural disaster management convened by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), and UN Environment (UNEP).
Zarr can represent very large array datasets in a simple, scalable way, and is compatible with cloud object storage – making it ideal for analysis-ready geospatial data. CoverageJSON has been demonstrated to be an effective, efficient format, friendly to web and application developers. Both are considered for OGC adoption.