Companies looking to supply smart city products or services have plenty of opportunities available across the United States. As more government agencies begin investing in the smart cities sector, companies in the business-to-government (B2G) marketplace have the chance to take advantage.
In many cities, one of the biggest sources of water waste is the city’s own water infrastructure. Aging infrastructure is often leaky infrastructure. Learn how advanced leak detection is helping a Canadian city keep more of its precious water.
What are cities like yours planning and buying? From smart sensors and smart parking to bike share programs and streetscape improvements, here are 10 of the biggest smart cities projects that on the drawing board or in progress this month.
If you want to become a smart, sustainable city — and if you want the prosperity that comes along — you must have the support of your electric company. A new guide from the Smart Cities Council and Edison Electric Institute outlines a proven path to success.
What are cities like yours buying and planning? From fiber optic and network infrastructure to water meters and smart airport restrooms, here are some of the largest projects that are planned or in the process of deployment.
Advanced Metering Infrastructure is paying substantial dividends in one Florida county, which dramatically accelerated its water meter rollout after a successful pilot. Learn how the system is helping Charlotte County better serve transient residents and more quickly pinpoint water losses.
We hope that you were able to join us for Smart Cities Week San Diego, April 15-17. If you want copies of infographics created during sessions you attended or just want to see what you missed, we’re providing high-resolution versions for you to review or print
The Smart Cities Council has named the winners of its annual Smart Cities Readiness Challenge, honoring five communities across North American for ambitious smart cities visions that are impactful, collaborative, inclusive and sustainable.
To make progress on carbon emissions goals, buildings provide one of the biggest opportunities to deliver results. Learn about the new technology that’s making it easier to plan for maximum impact.
A smart city doesn’t have to be a big city. In fact, small- and medium-sized municipalities can realize smart cities benefits far easier than most realize. Here are a few considerations.