• Mexico City has the world's worst traffic

    Of 390 cities in 48 countries studied, Mexico City has the most traffic congestion in the world. The TomTom Traffic Index measures time spent in traffic at congested vs. uncongested conditions. Congestion is measured by an increase in overall travel times when compared to free-flowing traffic. Drivers in the Mexican capital spend an average of 66 percent of their time stuck in traffic. And that’s anytime of the day. During peak evening hours up to 101 percent of driving time is stuck in traffic. Mexico City drivers can average 59 minutes a day and 227 hours of extra travel time per year stuck in traffic. The data comes from GPS measurements, speed measurements and traffic data bases.

    published: 14 Mar 2017
  • Mexico City

    The expansion of built up urban land in Mexico City, 1807 - 2000. Prepared for the NYU Stern Urbanization Project using data compiled by Shlomo Angel, Jason Parent, Daniel Civco, and Alejandro Blei for The Atlas of Urban Expansion, published by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Visualizations prepared by IMAGINARIA3D in Quito, Ecuador (imaginaria3d.com).

    published: 10 Apr 2014
  • 2016 - Mexico - Mobility - Mapaton Mexico City

    A group of innovators in Mexico City generates open data of public transport through a game of citizen collaboration. http://www.twitter.com/danybadillo #MCSD-Solution

    published: 08 Aug 2016
  • ADASA - Rainfall Data Query System in Mexico City

    ADASA, Water and Environment Technology - The main objective of this project has been the implementation of a data query system for the acquisition and management of rainfall monitoring data. The final user has been the Water System of Mexico City (Sistema de Aguas de la Ciudad de México - SACM) currently provides water supply and sewerage services to the population of the Mexico City Federal District. Monitoring network counts on data provided by 78 rainfall stations and 40 meteorological stations (VAISALA) deployed all over the city.

    published: 22 Aug 2012
  • The Subway Gangs of Mexico City

    It's Saturday morning in a Mexico City subway station, and the members of the Panamiur gang are headed to a party. Their leader, Cidel, is wearing huge sunglasses, a fauxhawk slathered in hair gel, cargo pants, and a T-shirt with a giant 2 and 6 airbrushed across it—a reference to November 26, 2010, the date the Panamiurs were founded. The four dozen kids surrounding Cidel are similarly adorned in fake gold chains, oversize shades, brightly colored baseball caps, and tight jeans. They shout chants at a member of a rival gang on the other side of the platform. "Jori's fucking mom is taking a bath, eh, oh!," they holler. "She's very close to our territory, eh, oh! With a huge dick in one hand and a rag with PVC glue in the other, eh, oh! And the gang says, we are gonna rape her, we are gon...

    published: 31 Jul 2013
  • Audi Urban Future Award 2014 | Team Mexico City | Final Concept

    The team around Harvard professor Jose Castillo places its faith in comprehensive and up-to-the-minute traffic data for solving the problem of permanent congestion. By means of crowd-sourcing techniques the team aims to create an open mobility network of the city government, companies and residents. Commuters take an active role as data donors and are part of the solution. Their data, made anonymous, are the basis for well-founded traffic decisions. Companies, mobility providers and municipal institutions add to the data base. The result is an operating system for urban mobility that provides information in real time about weak points in the traffic network and thus makes solutions possible. It is based on data from city departments, private companies, and Twitter or Foursquare. By this me...

    published: 22 Nov 2014
  • Mexico set to launch light-based internet Li-Fi

    Mexico City developers have confirmed they will launch LI-FI internet technology in the capital in October. LI-FI aims to revolutionise data transmission through light and provides an alternative to traditional Wi-Fi. With LI-FI you can download a HD film in 35 seconds.

    published: 24 Jun 2015
  • 7 Facts about Mexico

    Learn, Share, Subscribe The American Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRR8eYVQa9r_t3h4Tc2bmhsu The Asian series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRRGIkTyr4u371Fx6e88Qx2N The European Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRTa_XMM9a4hDh2Yo9CsZzOR Social Media: https://plus.google.com/+blinder00 https://twitter.com/Sebastian2Go https://www.facebook.com/official7facts ------------------------------------------------ In this brief video you can find seven little known facts about Mexico. More information about the video content bellow: 1. The world's largest pyramid is not in Egypt but in Mexico. The largest pyramid, and the largest monument ever constructed, is the Great Pyramid of Cholula de Rivadabia. It is 55 m tall, and its base ...

    published: 07 Sep 2016
  • Mexico: Asylum Elusive for Migrant Children

    Mexico CityCentral American children fleeing serious threats face formidable obstacles in applying for asylum in Mexico. Human Rights Watch has documented wide discrepancies between Mexican law and practice. By law, Mexico offers protection to those who face risks to their lives or safety if returned to their countries of origin. But less than 1 percent of children who are apprehended by Mexican immigration authorities are recognized as refugees, according to Mexican government data.

    published: 31 Mar 2016
  • 22 Mexico facts | Interesting and Weird Facts About Mexico

    22 Mexico facts | Interesting and Weird Facts About Mexico Visit http://factsandtrivia.co.in/ to know more interesting facts and information San Francisco was part of Mexico until the Mexican-American War in 1848. Mexico City boasts the largest taxi fleet in the world with 100,000 taxis running every day. Every year, residents of Naco, Arizona, join residents of Naco, Mexico, for a volleyball match at the fence that separates the U.S. and Mexico. The only country to protest against the German annexation of Austria of 1938, right before WW2, was Mexico. Mexico was the only country that formally protested the March 11, 1938 incorporation of Austria into Nazi-Germany. He was right and it reminded me of that fateful day when I lived in Vienna. Mexico’s demarche also prompted me to think a...

    published: 26 Jul 2016
  • Audi Urban Future Award 2014 | Project Mexico City

    10.04.2014 | With the theme “The Next Leap in Mobility”, four interdisciplinary teams are entering this year’s Audi Urban Future Award to validate theses about urban change in four cities: Berlin, Boston, Mexico City and Seoul. The competition entries relate to specific current urban development projects. Can personal mobility solve problems that were caused by personal mobility in the first place? What contributions can citizens, businesses, and the administration make to improve the traffic situation? Since improvements of mobility by infrastructure is limited, the competition team suggests to improve mobility by making it more like a living system. Mobility should be adaptive, learning, robust, and self-organizing. To achieve this, sensors and actuators are required. This vision is not...

    published: 06 Nov 2014
  • Utah city pulls out of Facebook data center deal; New Mexico still in

    A Salt Lake City suburb vying against New Mexico to attract a Facebook data center is dropping out of the race after state education officials decided the $240 million deal was too rich. - Source: http://krqe.com/

    published: 24 Aug 2016
  • COM 322 Mexico B

    You can check out El Centro de la Raza here: http://www.elcentrodelaraza.org Related Lecture Readings: Arjun Appadurai, “Disjuncture and Difference in the Global Cultural Economy”, Theory Culture Society (1990) Benjamin M. Friedman, “Globalization: Stiglitz’s Case”, The New York Review of Books (15 August 2002) Statistics Obtained from: City-Data.com, “Races in Cashmere, Washington (WA) Detailed Stats.” 2013. http://www.city-data.com/city/Cashmere-Washington.html Jie Zong and Jeanne Batalova, “Frequently Requested Statistics on Immigrants and immigration in the United States”, Migration Policy Institute. 26 February 2015. http://www.migrationpolicy.org/article/frequently-requested-statistics-immigrants-and-immigration-united-states News Articles: "After Immigration Audit, 90%...

    published: 02 Jun 2015
  • Audi Urban Future Partnership Mexico City

    Audi Urban Future Partnership Mexico City subscribe to the link for More Related videos! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=AutomotiveExpo

    published: 19 Nov 2015
  • Eating Pan de Muerto from Pastelería Ideal, Mexico City (+Beer)

    Please make sure to Subscribe to my channel! Click here to subscribe: http://bit.ly/1KH4Knu Come join me on a trip to a Mexican bakery in downtown Mexico City. I visit one of the most famous: Pastelería Ideal. With the Day of the Dead / Día de Muertos festival fast approaching I also try Pan de Muerto / Day of the Dead bread & wash it down with a Bohemia beer. [SUPPORT TRUE MEXICO ON PATREON] https://www.patreon.com/truemexico?ty=h [OFFICIAL TRUE MEXICO SOCIAL MEDIA CHANNELS] https://www.facebook.com/ByTrueMexico https://twitter.com/ByTrueMexico [Pastelería Ideal LOCATION] http://bit.ly/1NDHyFw [MUSIC] The track featured in this video is called Anival & Zplit - Data Rewind from Zplit, based in Miguel Morales, Mexico - https://soundcloud.com/zplit/anival-zplit-data-rewind It is licens...

    published: 29 Oct 2015
  • The story behind the numbers: Mexico City study

    This is the story behind one of the approximately 500 interviews that have been conducted as part of the largest study ever on urban diabetes - The Cites Changing Diabetes study. The purpose is to know more about what makes certain groups of people vulnerable to type 2 diabetes. In this video you can meet one of the many interviewees. See the full data from the Cities Changing Diabetes Study in our Briefing Book here: http://issuu.com/novonordisk/docs/ccd_bb_full_book_09112015_final/1

    published: 19 Nov 2015
Mexico City has the world's worst traffic

Mexico City has the world's worst traffic

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Of 390 cities in 48 countries studied, Mexico City has the most traffic congestion in the world. The TomTom Traffic Index measures time spent in traffic at congested vs. uncongested conditions. Congestion is measured by an increase in overall travel times when compared to free-flowing traffic. Drivers in the Mexican capital spend an average of 66 percent of their time stuck in traffic. And that’s anytime of the day. During peak evening hours up to 101 percent of driving time is stuck in traffic. Mexico City drivers can average 59 minutes a day and 227 hours of extra travel time per year stuck in traffic. The data comes from GPS measurements, speed measurements and traffic data bases.
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Mexico City

Mexico City

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The expansion of built up urban land in Mexico City, 1807 - 2000. Prepared for the NYU Stern Urbanization Project using data compiled by Shlomo Angel, Jason Parent, Daniel Civco, and Alejandro Blei for The Atlas of Urban Expansion, published by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Visualizations prepared by IMAGINARIA3D in Quito, Ecuador (imaginaria3d.com).
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2016 - Mexico - Mobility - Mapaton Mexico City

2016 - Mexico - Mobility - Mapaton Mexico City

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A group of innovators in Mexico City generates open data of public transport through a game of citizen collaboration. http://www.twitter.com/danybadillo #MCSD-Solution
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ADASA - Rainfall Data Query System in Mexico City

ADASA - Rainfall Data Query System in Mexico City

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ADASA, Water and Environment Technology - The main objective of this project has been the implementation of a data query system for the acquisition and management of rainfall monitoring data. The final user has been the Water System of Mexico City (Sistema de Aguas de la Ciudad de México - SACM) currently provides water supply and sewerage services to the population of the Mexico City Federal District. Monitoring network counts on data provided by 78 rainfall stations and 40 meteorological stations (VAISALA) deployed all over the city.
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The Subway Gangs of Mexico City

The Subway Gangs of Mexico City

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It's Saturday morning in a Mexico City subway station, and the members of the Panamiur gang are headed to a party. Their leader, Cidel, is wearing huge sunglasses, a fauxhawk slathered in hair gel, cargo pants, and a T-shirt with a giant 2 and 6 airbrushed across it—a reference to November 26, 2010, the date the Panamiurs were founded. The four dozen kids surrounding Cidel are similarly adorned in fake gold chains, oversize shades, brightly colored baseball caps, and tight jeans. They shout chants at a member of a rival gang on the other side of the platform. "Jori's fucking mom is taking a bath, eh, oh!," they holler. "She's very close to our territory, eh, oh! With a huge dick in one hand and a rag with PVC glue in the other, eh, oh! And the gang says, we are gonna rape her, we are gonna rape her. Hard, hard in the ass! Fucking bitch!" ..... Read the full article on VICE here: http://bit.ly/Subway-Gangs Subscribe to VICE here! http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://bit.ly/VICE-Videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Read our tumblr: http://vicemag.tumblr.com
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Audi Urban Future Award 2014 | Team Mexico City | Final Concept

Audi Urban Future Award 2014 | Team Mexico City | Final Concept

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The team around Harvard professor Jose Castillo places its faith in comprehensive and up-to-the-minute traffic data for solving the problem of permanent congestion. By means of crowd-sourcing techniques the team aims to create an open mobility network of the city government, companies and residents. Commuters take an active role as data donors and are part of the solution. Their data, made anonymous, are the basis for well-founded traffic decisions. Companies, mobility providers and municipal institutions add to the data base. The result is an operating system for urban mobility that provides information in real time about weak points in the traffic network and thus makes solutions possible. It is based on data from city departments, private companies, and Twitter or Foursquare. By this means the traffic situation in Mexico City can be assessed as a whole. http://audi-urban-future.com/
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Mexico set to launch light-based internet Li-Fi

Mexico set to launch light-based internet Li-Fi

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Mexico City developers have confirmed they will launch LI-FI internet technology in the capital in October. LI-FI aims to revolutionise data transmission through light and provides an alternative to traditional Wi-Fi. With LI-FI you can download a HD film in 35 seconds.
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7 Facts about Mexico

7 Facts about Mexico

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Learn, Share, Subscribe The American Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRR8eYVQa9r_t3h4Tc2bmhsu The Asian series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRRGIkTyr4u371Fx6e88Qx2N The European Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRTa_XMM9a4hDh2Yo9CsZzOR Social Media: https://plus.google.com/+blinder00 https://twitter.com/Sebastian2Go https://www.facebook.com/official7facts ------------------------------------------------ In this brief video you can find seven little known facts about Mexico. More information about the video content bellow: 1. The world's largest pyramid is not in Egypt but in Mexico. The largest pyramid, and the largest monument ever constructed, is the Great Pyramid of Cholula de Rivadabia. It is 55 m tall, and its base covers an area of nearly 18.2 ha. Its total volume has been estimated at 4.45 million m³ compared with the current volume of 2.4 million m³ for the Pyramid of Khufu or Cheops. 2. Mexico's official name is United Mexican States. With an estimated population of over 120 million, it is the eleventh most populous country and the most populous Spanish-speaking country in the world while being the second most populous country in Latin America. Mexico is a federation comprising thirty-one states and a Federal District, its capital and largest city. 3. Mexico has no official language. Spanish is the de facto language of the country, but there are 68 other officially recognized distinct indigenous languages. 4. Corn was first domesticated in Mexico 9,000 years ago. Archaeologists have discovered that people have known about popcorn for thousands of years. In Mexico, for example, they’ve found remnants of popcorn that dates to around 3600 BC. Many historians even believe that popcorn is the first corn that humans even knew about. 5. San Francisco was part of Mexico until the Mexican-American War in 1848 and it used to be called Yerba Buena. In fact, Mexico used to be much larger, owning most of what is today the West Coast of the United States of America. The war between the 2 started after Texas declared its independence in 1836 and then joined the USA in 1845. 6. Yucatan, Mexico, was named after a misunderstanding. Spaniards asked the locals what was the place called. They replied "Yucatan," which in their language means "I don't understand you." For the Mayan civilization, this was a very important region for the Mayan civilization, which reached the peak of its development on this place, where the Mayans founded the cities of Chichen Itza, Izamal, Motul, Mayapan, Ek' Balam and Ichcaanzihóo (also called T'ho). 7. In 1943, a fissure opened in a farmer's cornfield in Mexico, growing into a five story tall volcano in only a week and up to 335 metres after a year. The eruptions of Parícutin Volcano presented the first occasion for modern science to document the full life cycle of an eruption of this type. More Info: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mexico http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/world-records/largest-pyramid/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Popcorn#History https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Francisco#History https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yucat%C3%A1n_Peninsula#Etymology https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Par%C3%ADcutin Music: Teknoaxe – Fiending for the Cure https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtgf00GvfFQVsYBA7V7RwUw Images: https://bhm007.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/dscn0828.jpg http://1156002dfb72b5023de2-668a21431f6b667fc625a34c3da57650.r20.cf1.rackcdn.com/33/3/large.jpg http://i.huffpost.com/gen/2313280/images/o-MEXICO-facebook.jpg https://c1.staticflickr.com/1/137/319262155_b02af9c4d8_b.jpg http://i.huffpost.com/gen/882804/images/o-MEXICAN-LANGUAGES-facebook.jpg http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/content/dam/kids/photos/Countries/H-P/mexico-dancers.jpg https://a.fastcompany.net/multisite_files/fastcompany/imagecache/1280/poster/2013/10/3020051-poster-1280-popcorn.jpg http://a1.ro/uploads/modules/news/chefilacutite/2016/4/14/487/146064600755f7aad7.jpg http://cbsnews1.cbsistatic.com/hub/i/2013/05/05/6c6f0be4-3a29-11e3-a4cb-047d7b15b92e/sm_0505_Mexico.jpg https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/59/Mapa_Mexico_1845.PNG http://wikitravel.org/upload/shared//f/f3/Yucat%C3%A1n_Peninsula_Banner.jpg http://hqworld.net/gallery/data/media/133/chacmool_and_pyramid_of_kukulkan__chichen-itza__yucatan__mexico.jpg http://listtenz.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/3413300992_7c3d6eb0e7_b.jpg https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a8/Paricutin.jpg Intro video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAtu5ja1u70 Intro: Overlay by PushedToInsanity https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDzMRfmdypVUxZ0H8xvGDOA Intro Music: Jesse SpillaneDance Rocket http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Jesse_Spillane/
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Mexico: Asylum Elusive for Migrant Children

Mexico: Asylum Elusive for Migrant Children

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Mexico CityCentral American children fleeing serious threats face formidable obstacles in applying for asylum in Mexico. Human Rights Watch has documented wide discrepancies between Mexican law and practice. By law, Mexico offers protection to those who face risks to their lives or safety if returned to their countries of origin. But less than 1 percent of children who are apprehended by Mexican immigration authorities are recognized as refugees, according to Mexican government data.
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22 Mexico facts | Interesting and Weird Facts About Mexico

22 Mexico facts | Interesting and Weird Facts About Mexico

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22 Mexico facts | Interesting and Weird Facts About Mexico Visit http://factsandtrivia.co.in/ to know more interesting facts and information San Francisco was part of Mexico until the Mexican-American War in 1848. Mexico City boasts the largest taxi fleet in the world with 100,000 taxis running every day. Every year, residents of Naco, Arizona, join residents of Naco, Mexico, for a volleyball match at the fence that separates the U.S. and Mexico. The only country to protest against the German annexation of Austria of 1938, right before WW2, was Mexico. Mexico was the only country that formally protested the March 11, 1938 incorporation of Austria into Nazi-Germany. He was right and it reminded me of that fateful day when I lived in Vienna. Mexico’s demarche also prompted me to think about the responses of other countries to the takeover and of the actions of the Austrian and German governments. Interesting facts about India https://youtu.be/GpJn5RsuNWc In Canada, Mexico, India, Russia and Israel, bank notes have Braille-like markings on them for the blind. 75% of all sesame seeds grown in Mexico end up on McDonald's hamburger buns. here is a town in Mexico where people have a huge fist fight to ask the gods for a good rainy season. Our VICE Mexico team took us to La Esperanza. A little town in the nowadays violent state of Guerrero where indigenous people have the very lovely tradition of beating the shit out of each other in order to ask the gods for a good rainy season. Sugary drinks kill more people than violent crime in Mexico. A study by the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University estimates a staggering 24,000 Mexicans die each year from diabetes, cancer and heart disease that are linked to sugary drinks. Compare that figure to the roughly 15,649 murders officially recorded in 2014 and it's clear which is the biggest killer in the Latin American country. Worldwide, the total sugary-drink death toll is estimated at 184,000, with more than 70% of deaths caused by diabetes. The researchers said this was the first detailed global report on the impact of sugar-sweetened beverages. From 2009 to 2014, more Mexicans left the U.S. than migrated into the country. Mexico City is the Most Traffic-Congested City in the World. today released the results of the TomTom Traffic Index 2016, the annual report detailing the cities around the world with the most traffic congestion. And the big news this year is that Istanbul has been knocked off the top spot by Mexico City. Drivers in the Mexican capital can expect to spend on average, 59% extra travel time stuck in traffic anytime of the day, and up to 103% in the evening peak periods versus a free flow, or uncongested, situation – adding-up to 219** hours of extra travel time per year. Next in the rankings are Bangkok (57%), Istanbul (50%), Rio de Janeiro (47%), and Moscow (44%), making up the top five most congested cities in the world. Using data from 2015, the TomTom Traffic Index looks at the traffic congestion situation in 295 cities in 38 countries on six continents – from Rome to Rio, Singapore to San Francisco. TomTom works with 14 trillion data points that have been accumulated over eight years. This is the fifth year of the TomTom Traffic Index. ====================================================== Here are some related videos: Amazing Facts About India https://youtu.be/GpJn5RsuNWc 21 Amazing City Images https://youtu.be/aQUjTTuB19I 10 Amazing Love Quotes https://youtu.be/RtvEspBDzbM
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Audi Urban Future Award 2014 | Project Mexico City

Audi Urban Future Award 2014 | Project Mexico City

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10.04.2014 | With the theme “The Next Leap in Mobility”, four interdisciplinary teams are entering this year’s Audi Urban Future Award to validate theses about urban change in four cities: Berlin, Boston, Mexico City and Seoul. The competition entries relate to specific current urban development projects. Can personal mobility solve problems that were caused by personal mobility in the first place? What contributions can citizens, businesses, and the administration make to improve the traffic situation? Since improvements of mobility by infrastructure is limited, the competition team suggests to improve mobility by making it more like a living system. Mobility should be adaptive, learning, robust, and self-organizing. To achieve this, sensors and actuators are required. This vision is not new, but it is only now that technology is at hands to materialize a radical change in urban mobility. The team Mexico City integrates historic and real-time data from various sources, along with mediating social interactions, aiming to empower citizens to improve the quality of their mobility, to live their mobility, by making mobility alive.
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Utah city pulls out of Facebook data center deal; New Mexico still in

Utah city pulls out of Facebook data center deal; New Mexico still in

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A Salt Lake City suburb vying against New Mexico to attract a Facebook data center is dropping out of the race after state education officials decided the $240 million deal was too rich. - Source: http://krqe.com/
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COM 322   Mexico B

COM 322 Mexico B

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You can check out El Centro de la Raza here: http://www.elcentrodelaraza.org Related Lecture Readings: Arjun Appadurai, “Disjuncture and Difference in the Global Cultural Economy”, Theory Culture Society (1990) Benjamin M. Friedman, “Globalization: Stiglitz’s Case”, The New York Review of Books (15 August 2002) Statistics Obtained from: City-Data.com, “Races in Cashmere, Washington (WA) Detailed Stats.” 2013. http://www.city-data.com/city/Cashmere-Washington.html Jie Zong and Jeanne Batalova, “Frequently Requested Statistics on Immigrants and immigration in the United States”, Migration Policy Institute. 26 February 2015. http://www.migrationpolicy.org/article/frequently-requested-statistics-immigrants-and-immigration-united-states News Articles: "After Immigration Audit, 90% Of Workers At Apple-Packing Plant In WA Asked To Prove Status." Latino.foxnews.com (12 May 2014) http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/news/2014/05/12/immigration-audit-at-apple-packing-plant-in-washington-finds-0-workers-may-be/ Selena Hill, “Immigration Reform News 2014: Hundreds of Workers Face Layoffs After ICE Audit”, Latin Post (13 May 2014) http://www.latinpost.com/articles/12459/20140513/immigration-reform-news-2014-hundreds-of-workers-face-layoffs-after-ice-audit.htm Images: Planas, Roque. "U.S. Will Look To Mexico For Immigrants Within A Decade Due To Labor Shortage, Expert Says." The Huffington Post (10 April 2013) http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/10/mexico-immigrants-labor_n_3055336.html Music: Whoops, I OD’d by NOFC cover by Bear cub https://soundcloud.com/bearcubclub/whoops-i-odd-nofx-cover
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Audi   Urban Future Partnership Mexico City

Audi Urban Future Partnership Mexico City

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Audi Urban Future Partnership Mexico City subscribe to the link for More Related videos! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=AutomotiveExpo
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Eating Pan de Muerto from Pastelería Ideal, Mexico City (+Beer)

Eating Pan de Muerto from Pastelería Ideal, Mexico City (+Beer)

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Please make sure to Subscribe to my channel! Click here to subscribe: http://bit.ly/1KH4Knu Come join me on a trip to a Mexican bakery in downtown Mexico City. I visit one of the most famous: Pastelería Ideal. With the Day of the Dead / Día de Muertos festival fast approaching I also try Pan de Muerto / Day of the Dead bread & wash it down with a Bohemia beer. [SUPPORT TRUE MEXICO ON PATREON] https://www.patreon.com/truemexico?ty=h [OFFICIAL TRUE MEXICO SOCIAL MEDIA CHANNELS] https://www.facebook.com/ByTrueMexico https://twitter.com/ByTrueMexico [Pastelería Ideal LOCATION] http://bit.ly/1NDHyFw [MUSIC] The track featured in this video is called Anival & Zplit - Data Rewind from Zplit, based in Miguel Morales, Mexico - https://soundcloud.com/zplit/anival-zplit-data-rewind It is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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The story behind the numbers: Mexico City study

The story behind the numbers: Mexico City study

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This is the story behind one of the approximately 500 interviews that have been conducted as part of the largest study ever on urban diabetes - The Cites Changing Diabetes study. The purpose is to know more about what makes certain groups of people vulnerable to type 2 diabetes. In this video you can meet one of the many interviewees. See the full data from the Cities Changing Diabetes Study in our Briefing Book here: http://issuu.com/novonordisk/docs/ccd_bb_full_book_09112015_final/1
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