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The GI Hub collaborated with eight multilateral development banks on a systematic approach to scaling up technology solutions for sustainable roads.
EyeRADAR provides a game-changing solution for managing slop stability, enhancing safety, and reducing the risks associated with linear infrastructure projects.
Durophalt and Durophalt-E are sustainable, durable, and cost-effective road maintenance solutions that replace traditional asphalt repair processes, reducing emissions and prolonging road lifespans.
TRL is using satellite imagery and artificial intelligence to assess the condition of rural, unpaved roads more efficiently.
irisGO™ is an AI-enabled camera that facilitates smarter condition monitoring by automating data gathering and analysis of road assets and defects in real time, enabling faster and more secure maintenance for safer roads.
COLPISTE is a combination of a soil stabilisation solution and a cold layer that makes it faster, more affordable, and more sustainable to construct reliable, all-weather roads in rural environments in developing countries
We speak with the Colouring Cities Research Programme’s Polly Hudson on how open platforms for building attribute data will help to solve common urban challenges, and help increase the quality, sustainability, efficiency, and resilience of buildings.
Resources and examples showcase technology’s role in improving infrastructure performance, and solutions to finance technology and manage risk.
Our latest Q&A explores the key objectives, learnings, and insights from the Infrastructure Governance in Canada Report
McKinsey interviews our CEO, Marie Lam-Frendo about key strategies to help infrastructure leaders to attract private investment and meet net zero goals
Interrelated challenges are common bottlenecks in the planning process for linear infrastructure designed to address climate change. This article explores how the Linear Infrastructure Planning Panel is enabling InfraTech for accessible decisionmaking.
In this article, the authors explore the successes and failures of the built environment’s digital transformation to date, why the Smart City concept is necessary but not sufficient and 3 steps for achieving the Adaptive City of the future – one which works for everyone.
The GI Hub is helping ‘connect the dots’ among governments, technology providers, and investors to scale up technological adoption and seize the opportunity for more sustainable roads. Here, we discuss why this is important and what we aim to achieve.
At last week’s meetings of the G20 Finance Ministers in Washington DC in the margins of the World Bank / IMF Spring Meetings, conversations continued to drive toward action on debt, reform of multilateral institutions, and sustainable finance and investment for the climate transition.
In response to a call for submissions issued by the GI Hub and eight multilateral development banks (MDBs) in March 2023, nearly 50 technology providers submitted solutions to make roads more sustainable in emerging markets.
This article breaks down the blockers to InfraTech adoption and why they occur. Use this article to deepen your understanding of the repercussions of problems like poorly defined value cases and disparate interests among parties across the timeline.
In partnership with seven MDBs, the GI Hub has issued a Call for Submissions for technology-enabled solutions for sustainable roads. The program will provide governments and investors with a pipeline of technology-enabled solutions to make roads more sustainable, and will give technology solution providers an opportunity to pitch their solutions to MDBs for use on current and future road projects.