Category Archives: Connected Cities

Design Space for Cyber Security Analytical Systems

Cyber Security infrastructures are increasingly relying on big data technologies for capturing, storing, and analyzing huge amount of security events data. Designing and evolving systems that can effectively and efficiently combine big data technologies and cybersecurity are hugely challenging undertakings. … Continue reading

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Envisioning Bowden Development as a Smart City

Smart City initiatives in different parts of the world are gaining momentum and such initiatives are inspiring governments, councils, private sectors, and citizens everywhere – As the Lord Mayor of Amsterdam once said that Smart Cities are just like “Football … Continue reading

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Inaugural Congress on Smart Cities Initiative

We are delighted to share that our inaugural conference on Smart Cities was hugely successful in term of the number of attendees and the fruitfulness of the discussions. The congress attracted delegates from the attendees of the Australian Software Engineering … Continue reading

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Designing and Evolving Architectures for Big Data Applications

Big Data applications are playing critical role for all sorts of organisations. Whilst data scientist is considered a critical role for big data applications, the role of software architect has become even more critical as appropriate design and careful implementation … Continue reading

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