Webinar – 'How to Apply and Maximize the Impact to Your Community" on January 30, 2020 at 11 am ET the Council will conduct a webinar to help Applicants. The webinar will be recorded and made available to all interested parties.
The 2020 North American Readiness Challenge is the result of many years of hard work including analysis of city needs, challenge design, outreach campaigns and over 45 workshops in North America alone. In this process we learned that face to face interactions at workshops and conferences, while essential in the learning process, failed to accelerate actual project planning.
Companies looking to supply smart cities with products or services have plenty of opportunities available across the country. As more government agencies begin investing in the smart cities movement, companies in the business-to-government (B2G) marketplace have the chance to take advantage.
Here are 10 smart city projects from the past month that were awarded to a vendor, recently put out to bid or included in an agency’s future.
Recent research from Re-!imagining Cities describes use-cases for this newly evolving form of data visualization and analytics. The report discussed a phase approach for successful implementation.
As we say goodbye to another year of the Barcelona based Smart Cities Expo World Congress, we reflect on what we saw, said and heard at what is clearly the world’s leading gathering of smart cities policy makers, practitioners and solution providers.
Two U.S. electric companies have embarked on a long-term plan to upgrade their digital infrastructure. Now they are layering more and more applications on top of that platform. Best of all, both electric companies are sharing the benefits – and, in some cases, sharing the infrastructure itself – with the communities in their service territories.
At KDDI Research Inc, we aim to create next-generation technologies that are required in the future society, especially focusing on Smart City in Japan, Asia, and North America, by boldly innovating in every process – from research/analysis to development.
GovWin is back with an inside look at 10 U.S. smart city projects and plans from October 2019. As you will read, several cities are working to upgrade their citywide communications. It’s a good reminder that you can’t have a smart city until you have a smart, shared digital infrastructure. At the Council, we define that as 1) robust citywide telecommunications, 2) an enterprise-class IT system, and 3) a modern data-sharing architecture.
Privacy has the potential to derail smart city progress and to put a city at legal risk. The solution to this danger is to implement “privacy-by-design” – that is, to consider data privacy issues at the design phase of any and every project, before it is deployed. Here are three guidelines from one of Australia’s top privacy experts. As you will read, these principles can transform privacy from a roadblock to an opportunity.