• Crisis in Mexico's MEGACITY

    Mexico's vast capital — Ciudad de México, the largest city in the Americas — is under threat from a severe water crisis. Subscribe to TDC: https://www.youtube.com/TheDailyConversation/ More information here: http://nyti.ms/2kFT35m Video by Bryce Plank and Robin West Music from Motion Array's library Like TDC on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thedailyconversation Follow TDC on http://www.twitter.com/thedailyconvo Transcript: What makes this place unique? It is the world’s largest city at an elevation higher than 2000 meters. With 21.2 million residents it rivals New York City for the title of largest metropolis in the Americas, and it is one of the world’s oldest continuously populated urban areas. But what truly sets this megalopolis apart is also its biggest challenge. It is the l...

    published: 27 Jul 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Megacities | Mexico City Full Documentary

    Megacities | Mexico City Full Documentary. Megacities uncovers the rapid growth, new forms of spatial density of population, formal and informal economics as . Life in the Mexican capital throws up many obstacles, but as we found out in the return of our long-running film series, a small number of dedicated people are . Mexico City Street Food – Mexican Food Documentary [Mexico travel documentary] Mexico's street food is some of the best in the world. And well it should be, . Megacities | São Paulo Full Documentary. Megacities uncovers the rapid growth, new forms of spatial density of population, formal and informal economics as .

    published: 17 Oct 2016
  • WTM Mexico City - Análisis de datos, programación y diseño.

    Durante el pasado Women Techmakers Summit Mexico City tuvimos oportunidad de hablar con varios expertos. En este video te presentamos a Marcela Lango, diseñadora de UI y programadora FrontEnd, quien nos cuenta de la importancia de integrar el diseño y la programación.

    published: 19 May 2015
  • Team Mexico City's winning concept for Audi Urban Future Award 2014

    See more architecture and design movies on Dezeen: www.dezeen.com/features/movies A team from Mexico City wins Audi Urban Future award 2014 for a scheme that collects location data from commuters to identify problems on the city's roads. Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest architecture and design movies: http://bit.ly/1tcULvh

    published: 20 Nov 2014
  • 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
  • Oracle Code Mexico City Keynotes

    Live streamed keynotes from the Oracle Code Mexico City event in Spanish language. Presentation 1 (9AM): Contenedores y el Futuro del Desarrollo de Aplicaciones, Daniel Lopez Ridruejo Presentation 2 (9:55AM): Creando aplicaciones modernas mediante API, Microservicios y Chatbots, Paulo Mota

    published: 29 Jun 2017
  • Seedstars Mexico City

    Seedstars World arrived to Mexico for the fourth time on October 21st, 2016 at the BBVA Bancomer Innovation Center. We were happy to partner with PayU and to bring Apli to our final event in Switzerland. #SSWMexico

    published: 21 Nov 2016
  • Querétaro: An Under-the-Radar Gem in Mexico’s Colonial Highlands

    Santiago de Querétaro, in Mexico’s Colonial Highlands, has a lot going for it: an ideal climate, top-notch but affordable medical care, a well-kept Spanish colonial centro, friendly local people, and much more. Yet, the city, usually called just Querétaro, remains unknown for most people outside of Mexico. And it hosts only a small expat community who have stumbled upon the city during their travels, discovered its charms, and decided to stay. Querétaro is actually one of Mexico’s boom towns, a center for manufacturing, aerospace, and other industries. High-paying jobs have brought workers from all over Mexico (and abroad). As a result, its population has grown to 1 million, and you find large gated communities and shopping malls in the suburbs. For more information on Mexico, and to rec...

    published: 12 Sep 2016
  • GEO-XII concludes at Mexico city

    The intergovernmental Group on Earth Observations (GEO) concluded its 12th Plenary Session and 4th Ministerial Summit in Mexico City. Commitments were made to share the data on Earth observations at a time of exponential data growth, human development and climate change. The week-long conference was attend by more than 400 delegates from 41 GEO governments and 39 partner organizations, and included Ministers of Environment, Science and Natural Resources. Major achievements include the adoption of a ten year Strategic Plan (2016 - 2025) and a Ministerial Declaration that focuses on harnessing critical environmental observations to enable leaders to make better-informed decisions for the benefit of humanity at a time of rapid global change. The 13th GEO Plenary will be held in St Petersburg,...

    published: 16 Nov 2015
  • Documenting Mexico's Most Violent Crimes (Part 3/3)

    Alarma! magazine catalogs crime and violence in Mexico City, a town where a cop is killed almost everyday. In part three, we learn why it's so dangerous to be a journalist at a narco crime scene. Watch the rest here! Part 1: http://bit.ly/Alarma-1 Part 2: http://bit.ly/Alarma-2 Check out more VICE documentaries here: http://bit.ly/VICE-Documentaries Originally released in 2008 on http://VICE.com Check out our full video catalog: http://www.youtube.com/user/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

    published: 01 Nov 2012
  • Top 10 Cities That Will Completely Disappear by 2100

    →Subscribe for new videos every day! http://bit.ly/toptenzsubscribe →10 Reasons Bruce Lee was a Superhuman: http://bit.ly/1Hl4mVu Entertaining and educational top 10 lists from TopTenzNet! Brand new videos 7 days a week! Videos are published at 6pm EST every day! Subscribe to our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopTenz/ Other TopTenz Videos: Top 10 Nations That Won't Exist in 2115 http://bit.ly/1WMnngs Top 10 Evil Actions By Usually Nice Countries http://bit.ly/1N0UZw9 The next time you take a trip to see the magnificent beaches of Mali, take a leisurely gondola ride in Venice, or wonder at the architecture of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, make sure to bring your best camera. If scientific studies are accurate, photos will be the only way your great-great-grandchildren ...

    published: 31 Dec 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 Ministerial welcome video

    published: 03 Dec 2015
  • EMC Forum 2014 Mexico City

    This is a 2 minute video that summarizes what happened during the EMC Forum at Mexico City, date August 7th 2014, and also one day before for the Woman in IT breakfast and the CIO Dinner. We hope you enjoy the show! http://mexico.emc.com/campaign/global/forum2014/event.htm

    published: 10 Sep 2014
  • 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
  • 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
  • Data - But Not Tonight (Cover DM) - Necro Gothic Club - Mexico City - 07-12-13

    Contact: Data http://www.facebook.com/dataoficial //////////////////////////////////////////////// Como cada año durante los últimos 20 años festejando la primera visita de Depeche Mode a México evento Realizado por Metropolis ( https://www.facebook.com/EventosMetropolisOrg ). //////////////////////////////////////////////// Si tienes alguna sugerencia, sobre el video comentala... ... if you have any suggestion, about video... ... Write in comment... //////////////////////////////////////////////// My channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/FcoGtzTV Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/FrankTV/182829985253242 ////////////////////////////////////////////////

    published: 18 Dec 2013
  • Solve 2015: Mexico City - Chintan Gosalia & Fred Herdman with Vormetric on Data Encryption

    Solve 2015: Mexico City - Chintan Gosalia & Fred Herdman with Vormetric on Data Encryption. Elementos Clave para una Nube Segura y en Cumplimiento de Regulaciones

    published: 15 Dec 2015
  • 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
  • GNOSISONG

    This sonification and visualization of neural activity in the human brain was created by Chris Chafe and Greg Niemeyer for an exhibit at the Centro de Cultura Digital in Mexico City. The data was provided by a donor working with Dr. Josef Parvizi.

    published: 31 Jan 2016
  • Solve 2015: Mexico City - Chintan Gosalia & Fred Herdman with Vormetric on Data Encryption

    Solve 2015: Mexico City - Chintan Gosalia & Fred Herdman with Vormetric on Data Encryption. Elementos Clave para una Nube Segura y en Cumplimiento de Regulaciones

    published: 15 Dec 2015
  • 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
  • Webbot Clif High: EQ's, Popo Eruption, Global Coastal Event, No Fear

    E53 - May 17, 2013 - Topics include quavers, earthquakes, Popo, Mexico City, data, global coastal event and no fear Clif's website: http://halfpasthuman.com In5d Esoteric, Spiritual and Metaphysical Database http://www.in5d.com/ UPDATED DAILY! Body, Mind, Soul, Spirit http://www.bodymindsoulspirit.com/

    published: 18 May 2013
Crisis in Mexico's MEGACITY

Crisis in Mexico's MEGACITY

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Mexico's vast capital — Ciudad de México, the largest city in the Americas — is under threat from a severe water crisis. Subscribe to TDC: https://www.youtube.com/TheDailyConversation/ More information here: http://nyti.ms/2kFT35m Video by Bryce Plank and Robin West Music from Motion Array's library Like TDC on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thedailyconversation Follow TDC on http://www.twitter.com/thedailyconvo Transcript: What makes this place unique? It is the world’s largest city at an elevation higher than 2000 meters. With 21.2 million residents it rivals New York City for the title of largest metropolis in the Americas, and it is one of the world’s oldest continuously populated urban areas. But what truly sets this megalopolis apart is also its biggest challenge. It is the largest city on Earth without direct access to a significant body of water, although that wasn’t always the case. This is an examination of Mexico City and the water crisis that threatens its continued prosperity. Nearly seven centuries ago, the Aztecs came across an island in the middle of a lake, in a vast valley, more than 2,000 meters above sea level, hundreds of kilometers from the nearest coast. Three hundred years later, a small group of Spanish explorers led by Hernan Cortes arrived, and what they found was a thriving capital city, the heartbeat of the Aztec empire with 300,000 souls. It was called Tenochtitlan, and it amazed the Europeans. Its labyrinth of canals dividing a network of manmade islands reminded them of Venice, and they wanted it for themselves. [Dr. John Pohl] “There in the center of the lake was this gleaming white city, it was something they’d never seen before. And for us we can almost imagine it as Dorothy looking at Oz for the first time. It was far larger at a quarter of a million people than any city they’d ever seen in Europe.” Armed with superior weaponry — and the most powerful exterminating agent, disease — the Europeans wiped the Aztecs out and systematically dismantled their great temples and pyramids. Then, they set out to quickly build the most renowned city in the Americas. They rejected the Aztec way of living harmoniously with the land and, instead, filled their canals, destroyed their “floating farms,” and drained water from the lake until it was completely empty. This set the city on a collision course with nature. Over time, it has grown to cover the entire lakebed, and well beyond. And because two volcanos — one of them still active — loom over the city from the south, the soil is a mix of clay from the lake and volcanic rock. That’s an unusual foundation to build a sprawling, heavy, concrete jungle on—and it’s why the city is sinking. But people keep on arriving, because the defining feature of Mexico City is centralism, the idea that all paths lead here. What used to be trails converging on grassy highlands, became dirt roads used by carts and donkeys loaded with goods, and are now the arterial roads that move millions. The explosion of Mexico City’s population — like other megalopolises around the world — follows the widespread adoption of the motor vehicle. In 1950, its population was 3.1 million. As paved highways became more common, it jumped to 5.5 million by 1960, then it nearly tripled to 14 million inhabitants by 1980. This boom has exacerbated the city’s two most urgent challenges: bringing in enough water for twenty-one million people, while simultaneously sending away the millions of litres of wastewater they produce each day. The city is failing on both fronts. Now, it’s worth noting that crime is not Mexico City’s most pressing concern. It can be a dangerous place, but the reality is that - while the country has seen its murder rate rise as drug cartels battle for territory - the Federal District has some of the lowest crime rates in Mexico. It has installed more than 22,000 surveillance cameras throughout its 16 boroughs and put thousands more police officers on the street. Increased security keeps violent crime in check and creates opportunities for educated and artistically-inclined young people from the surrounding states. It’s a young, vibrant place with an economy that accounts for one-quarter of the country’s GDP while holding more than one-fifth of its population, that’s one of the highest capital-to-national ratios in the world. Centralism, remember? It’s neighborhoods are diverse, and flow endlessly into one another. One minute it feels like you’re in Paris, turn the corner and its Manhattan, but just a few streets over lie the rundown avenidas of Tijuana. Above all, it’s crowded. Mexico City is the most congested place in the world. Although it has an excellent, twelve line metro system that’s cheap enough for anyone to ride, its five million cars snarl the roadways on the streets above.
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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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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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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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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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Megacities | Mexico City Full Documentary

Megacities | Mexico City Full Documentary

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Megacities | Mexico City Full Documentary. Megacities uncovers the rapid growth, new forms of spatial density of population, formal and informal economics as . Life in the Mexican capital throws up many obstacles, but as we found out in the return of our long-running film series, a small number of dedicated people are . Mexico City Street Food – Mexican Food Documentary [Mexico travel documentary] Mexico's street food is some of the best in the world. And well it should be, . Megacities | São Paulo Full Documentary. Megacities uncovers the rapid growth, new forms of spatial density of population, formal and informal economics as .
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WTM Mexico City - Análisis de datos, programación y diseño.

WTM Mexico City - Análisis de datos, programación y diseño.

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Durante el pasado Women Techmakers Summit Mexico City tuvimos oportunidad de hablar con varios expertos. En este video te presentamos a Marcela Lango, diseñadora de UI y programadora FrontEnd, quien nos cuenta de la importancia de integrar el diseño y la programación.
https://wn.com/Wtm_Mexico_City_Análisis_De_Datos,_Programación_Y_Diseño.
Team Mexico City's winning concept for Audi Urban Future Award 2014

Team Mexico City's winning concept for Audi Urban Future Award 2014

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See more architecture and design movies on Dezeen: www.dezeen.com/features/movies A team from Mexico City wins Audi Urban Future award 2014 for a scheme that collects location data from commuters to identify problems on the city's roads. Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest architecture and design movies: http://bit.ly/1tcULvh
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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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Oracle Code Mexico City Keynotes

Oracle Code Mexico City Keynotes

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Live streamed keynotes from the Oracle Code Mexico City event in Spanish language. Presentation 1 (9AM): Contenedores y el Futuro del Desarrollo de Aplicaciones, Daniel Lopez Ridruejo Presentation 2 (9:55AM): Creando aplicaciones modernas mediante API, Microservicios y Chatbots, Paulo Mota
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Seedstars Mexico City

Seedstars Mexico City

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Seedstars World arrived to Mexico for the fourth time on October 21st, 2016 at the BBVA Bancomer Innovation Center. We were happy to partner with PayU and to bring Apli to our final event in Switzerland. #SSWMexico
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Querétaro: An Under-the-Radar Gem in Mexico’s Colonial Highlands

Querétaro: An Under-the-Radar Gem in Mexico’s Colonial Highlands

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Santiago de Querétaro, in Mexico’s Colonial Highlands, has a lot going for it: an ideal climate, top-notch but affordable medical care, a well-kept Spanish colonial centro, friendly local people, and much more. Yet, the city, usually called just Querétaro, remains unknown for most people outside of Mexico. And it hosts only a small expat community who have stumbled upon the city during their travels, discovered its charms, and decided to stay. Querétaro is actually one of Mexico’s boom towns, a center for manufacturing, aerospace, and other industries. High-paying jobs have brought workers from all over Mexico (and abroad). As a result, its population has grown to 1 million, and you find large gated communities and shopping malls in the suburbs. For more information on Mexico, and to receive a free report, see here: https://internationalliving.com/countries/mexico/
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GEO-XII concludes at Mexico city

GEO-XII concludes at Mexico city

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The intergovernmental Group on Earth Observations (GEO) concluded its 12th Plenary Session and 4th Ministerial Summit in Mexico City. Commitments were made to share the data on Earth observations at a time of exponential data growth, human development and climate change. The week-long conference was attend by more than 400 delegates from 41 GEO governments and 39 partner organizations, and included Ministers of Environment, Science and Natural Resources. Major achievements include the adoption of a ten year Strategic Plan (2016 - 2025) and a Ministerial Declaration that focuses on harnessing critical environmental observations to enable leaders to make better-informed decisions for the benefit of humanity at a time of rapid global change. The 13th GEO Plenary will be held in St Petersburg, Russia in November 2016. 20 October
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Documenting Mexico's Most Violent Crimes (Part 3/3)

Documenting Mexico's Most Violent Crimes (Part 3/3)

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Alarma! magazine catalogs crime and violence in Mexico City, a town where a cop is killed almost everyday. In part three, we learn why it's so dangerous to be a journalist at a narco crime scene. Watch the rest here! Part 1: http://bit.ly/Alarma-1 Part 2: http://bit.ly/Alarma-2 Check out more VICE documentaries here: http://bit.ly/VICE-Documentaries Originally released in 2008 on http://VICE.com Check out our full video catalog: http://www.youtube.com/user/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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Top 10 Cities That Will Completely Disappear by 2100

Top 10 Cities That Will Completely Disappear by 2100

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→Subscribe for new videos every day! http://bit.ly/toptenzsubscribe →10 Reasons Bruce Lee was a Superhuman: http://bit.ly/1Hl4mVu Entertaining and educational top 10 lists from TopTenzNet! Brand new videos 7 days a week! Videos are published at 6pm EST every day! Subscribe to our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopTenz/ Other TopTenz Videos: Top 10 Nations That Won't Exist in 2115 http://bit.ly/1WMnngs Top 10 Evil Actions By Usually Nice Countries http://bit.ly/1N0UZw9 The next time you take a trip to see the magnificent beaches of Mali, take a leisurely gondola ride in Venice, or wonder at the architecture of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, make sure to bring your best camera. If scientific studies are accurate, photos will be the only way your great-great-grandchildren will see them. Mother Nature has slated a number of places to significantly shrink or disappear from the earth entirely by 2100 due to climate change, changing soil and sea levels, natural disasters and economic problems. It’s not too late, but these places may very well become the next Atlantis. Text version: http://www.toptenz.net/10-places-will-completely-disappear-2100.php Coming up: 10. San Francisco, USA 9. Venice, Italy 8. Detroit, USA 7. Ivanovo, Russia 6. Mexico City, Mexico 5. Banjul, Gambia 4. Timbuktu, Mali 3. Naples, Italy 2. Bangkok, Thailand 1. Other American Cities in Jeopardy Source/Further reading: http://www.forbes.com/2007/06/11/ghost-cities-future-biz-cx_21cities_ee_0611ghostcities_slide_7.html http://www.datacenterresearch.org/data-resources/katrina/facts-for-impact http://www.forbes.com/2007/06/11/ghost-cities-future-biz-%20cx_21cities_ee_0611ghostcities.html http://people.umass.edu/latour/Italy/venice_water http://www.forbes.com/2007/06/11/ghost-cities-future-biz-cx_21cities_ee_0611ghostcities_slide_9.html http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/italy/10875534 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decline_of_Detroit http://www.forbes.com/2007/06/11/ghost-cities-future-biz-%20cx_21cities_ee_0611ghostcities_slide_4.html http://rbth.com/multimedia/pictures/2013/03/11/ivanovo_the_city_of_lonely_brides_23603.html http://www.cnn.com/2014/05/01/travel/mexico-city-things-to-know http://gomexico.about.com/od/sights/ss/df_walking_2.htm http://www.cnn.com/2014/05/01/travel/mexico-city-things-to-know http://www.forbes.com/2007/06/11/ghost-cities-future-biz-cx_21cities_ee_0611ghostcities_slide_2.html africa.http://globserver.cn/en/gambia/press/banjul-risks-%20sinking-sea-level-rises-2012-08-18 http://www.maliresortkohlipe.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naples http://www.forbes.com/2007/06/11/ghost-cities-future-biz-cx_21cities_ee_0611ghostcities_slide_6.html http://www.ecopedia.com/environment/bangkok-sinking-could-be-underwater-by-2030/ http://www.citylab.com/weather/2012/03/mapping-how-seas-will-eat-coastal-us-cities/1494/ http://www.toptenz.net/www.citylab.com/weather/2012/03/mapping-how-seas-will-eat-coastal-us-cities/1494/ http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2013/jul/29/climate-%20new-york-boston-miami-sea-level
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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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Mexico City Ministerial welcome video

Mexico City Ministerial welcome video

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  • Updated: 03 Dec 2015
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EMC Forum 2014 Mexico City

EMC Forum 2014 Mexico City

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This is a 2 minute video that summarizes what happened during the EMC Forum at Mexico City, date August 7th 2014, and also one day before for the Woman in IT breakfast and the CIO Dinner. We hope you enjoy the show! http://mexico.emc.com/campaign/global/forum2014/event.htm
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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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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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Data - But Not Tonight (Cover DM) - Necro Gothic Club - Mexico City - 07-12-13

Data - But Not Tonight (Cover DM) - Necro Gothic Club - Mexico City - 07-12-13

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Contact: Data http://www.facebook.com/dataoficial //////////////////////////////////////////////// Como cada año durante los últimos 20 años festejando la primera visita de Depeche Mode a México evento Realizado por Metropolis ( https://www.facebook.com/EventosMetropolisOrg ). //////////////////////////////////////////////// Si tienes alguna sugerencia, sobre el video comentala... ... if you have any suggestion, about video... ... Write in comment... //////////////////////////////////////////////// My channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/FcoGtzTV Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/FrankTV/182829985253242 ////////////////////////////////////////////////
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Solve 2015: Mexico City - Chintan Gosalia & Fred Herdman with Vormetric on Data Encryption

Solve 2015: Mexico City - Chintan Gosalia & Fred Herdman with Vormetric on Data Encryption

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Solve 2015: Mexico City - Chintan Gosalia & Fred Herdman with Vormetric on Data Encryption. Elementos Clave para una Nube Segura y en Cumplimiento de Regulaciones
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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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GNOSISONG

GNOSISONG

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This sonification and visualization of neural activity in the human brain was created by Chris Chafe and Greg Niemeyer for an exhibit at the Centro de Cultura Digital in Mexico City. The data was provided by a donor working with Dr. Josef Parvizi.
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Solve 2015: Mexico City - Chintan Gosalia & Fred Herdman with Vormetric on Data Encryption

Solve 2015: Mexico City - Chintan Gosalia & Fred Herdman with Vormetric on Data Encryption

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Solve 2015: Mexico City - Chintan Gosalia & Fred Herdman with Vormetric on Data Encryption. Elementos Clave para una Nube Segura y en Cumplimiento de Regulaciones
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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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Webbot Clif High: EQ's, Popo Eruption, Global Coastal Event, No Fear

Webbot Clif High: EQ's, Popo Eruption, Global Coastal Event, No Fear

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  • Updated: 18 May 2013
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E53 - May 17, 2013 - Topics include quavers, earthquakes, Popo, Mexico City, data, global coastal event and no fear Clif's website: http://halfpasthuman.com In5d Esoteric, Spiritual and Metaphysical Database http://www.in5d.com/ UPDATED DAILY! Body, Mind, Soul, Spirit http://www.bodymindsoulspirit.com/
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