Las Vegas, one of our 2018 Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge winners, hosted its Readiness Workshop this week. From finding ways to improve mobility and safety to better engaging the public, here’s how it plans to build a smart city for all.
Readiness Cities - Las Vegas
“Las Vegas is a leader when it comes to innovation and we thank the Smart City Council for this honor. The city will utilize the mentoring, workshops, products and services provided in this grant to continue to be a testing ground for new technologies that improve safety and livability for our residents and visitors.” — Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman
As one of fastest growing cities in the U.S., Las Vegas is committed to being a fully connected smart city by 2025 - one that is safe, sustainable, efficient and engaging. Its Smart Cities Readiness Workshop will focus on applying smart technologies to advance three key areas:
- Public Safety: providing forced multiplier technologies to emergency responders and expanding the reach of public safety resources
- Mobility: enhancing mobility, reducing congestion, improving resident safety and reducing carbon footprint
- Civic Engagement: sharing data to empower and engage the public to address common concerns
These are the infographics that were created during the Las Vegas Readiness Workshop on July 31, 2018.
These are the briefing notes to inform the public safety breakout session during the Las Vegas Readiness Challenge workshop.
This is the Southern Nevada Smart Community Vision that will guide the work at and following the Smart Cities Council Readiness Workshop on July 31, 2018.
This is the briefing document that will inform the participants in the mobility breakout session of the Las Vegas Readiness Workshop on July 31, 2018.
This is a draft agenda for the July 31, 2018 Readiness Workshop for Readiness Challenge winner Las Vegas.
Civic engagement is one of the focus areas for the July 31, 2018 Readiness Workshop in Las Vegas, NV. Here are the challenge statements and supporting questions.
The winners of our second-annual Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge have made great strides, advancing from pilots and talking about plans toward working on real solutions that deliver meaningful results. Meet our Class of 2018 and learn about the three critical traits they have in common.