FYBR NEWS

 

Get Paid To Ditch Driving?

We believe Don Shoup is right, we need to find ways to encourage current and future drivers to ride share, take mass transit, ride a bike or walk if we are going to accommodate further urbanization without massive traffic congestion, increased air pollution, and...

read more

Making Water Conservation Easy

It 's hard to argue with the challenges – both financially and logistically – that water and it's increasing scarcity play on the fate of agricultural businesses worldwide. In California, multi-year droughts have made irrigation and water rights/accessibility one of...

read more

Parking Can and Will Get Better

Take heart the next time you’re circling the block of your destination, eyes peeled for somewhere – anywhere – to park your car. There are some brilliant answers to this modern problem we call “parking.” Our platform is a remedy for right now, offering a way for...

read more

Smarter Cities: One Sensor at a Time

Many cities today are growing rapidly as the world becomes more urban. A 2014 World Health Organization study estimated that urban areas account for 54% of the global population, up from 34% in 1960 and by 2050, 66% of the World’s population will live in an urban...

read more

Thoughts on Disabled Parking

With this week being the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, it seems appropriate to comment on how the use of disabled placards impacts parking. Everyone knows that parking can be a huge headache in a congested city. But the process is...

read more

IBM Knows Its Smart Cities

If we want to keep pushing the leading edge of the Internet of Things and Smart Cities, the world’s leading technology companies are going to play an integral part. IBM, a strong player in the IoT and Smart City space, has continued to generate positive headlines by...

read more