Los Angeles has announced some very exciting news we've been dying to share: 15 Soofa Benches are being installed in Downtown LA as part of the Great Streets initiatve!
Guten Tag! A Soofa Bench was installed in Essen, Germany this week by RWE, Germany's second-largest energy provider.
If cities are to reflect the culture of the present day while also inspiring the future, then by and large, cities across America are lagging.
Humans are bad at predicting the future. Here, we look at some past predictions for future cities and technologies, and see how they compare to the present.
Now that sensors have become low-cost, the race is on to create simplified sensor networks.
Soofa had the chance to attend the Re.Work Internet of Things Summit in Boston. There was a wide array of presenters and speakers, including our own CEO, Sandra Richter. Here’s a recap of some great talks from Thursday of the two-day event.
Cities trying to future-proof are challenged by existing infrastructure constraints. It seems like only a gargantuan amount of funding and effort could tackle the complexity of updating a city, however, small interventions are best positioned to create future cities.
Major smart cities projects have been completed around the world. These ambitious undertakings are usually spearheaded by huge companies, and cost millions, if not billions. These projects represent the future of cities, but do they need to be so large?