Blockchain-based distributed ledger technology could smooth out port operations across the world, from tracking shipping containers to allowing cargo vessels to restock their own supplies.
Data shows that Germany generated 85% of its electricity from renewable sources on Sunday 30th April.
For cities facing everyday problems such as congestion, air pollution and under capacity, the most effective solution could be the humble bus – coupled with the power of data.
From high-tech innovations to the little gear changes that make travel that bit easier, your commute may be about to get more interesting.
Imagine spending more time getting to and from work than you do in the office. This is the reality facing some Beijing commuters.
The world's first full-scale tunnel for ships will allow vessels to bypass some of the most dangerous waters in the world.
From Amazon’s delivery drones to self-driving cars, autonomous factory equipment to Elon Musk’s vacuum tubes that transport items at 760 miles per hour – automated vehicles are on the rise.
Drones, open skies and better rail infrastructure will help Africa realise huge opportunities.
The advent of car sharing, ride-hailing and self-driving vehicles is transforming the future of car ownership.
The WTO's Trade Facilitation Agreement has finally entered into force. So what is this historic trillion-dollar deal and why should we see it as a good thing for the world?
Imagine a future where self-driving cars, trains and buses are all seamlessly connected through an app and car parks have been turned into green spaces.
Qantas has announced a new, 17-hour commercial flight from London to Perth, the longest direct route in the world.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies has launched a new deal to build a Hyperloop system in Europe.
Anabel Gonzalez looks at how local suppliers can take advantage of the presence of international firms.
It promotes trust and reduces costs and waiting times. It's even paper-free. So how do we make blockchain the new gold standard for business and trade?