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Recent data from the 2019 Readiness Challenge and a survey of 139 Virginia cities and counties shows that cities prioritize device and asset management. Jarrett Campbell from AVEVA offers a city recommendations on 'how to' manage devices and assets using best practices.
Our 2019 Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge launches next week — our third-annual effort to help North American cities develop and accelerate their smart cities action plans. Here is some advice from our 2018 winners, presented at Smart Cities Week.
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.
Do you aspire to be one of the smartest cities in the world? A new ranking gives especially high marks to London, Seoul and New York. See why they won — and the best practices you can steal from them to better serve your residents.
At the Enterprise Ireland IoT & Smart Cities Forum this week the Smart Cities Council and Tr3Dent announced their agreement to launch Smart Cities Project Activator, a powerful combination of the Smart Cities Council’s widely adopted and successful Readiness Program (RP) and a customized version of Tr3Dent’s Transformation Accelerator Platform.
Philadelphia has cut more than five weeks out of its pre-RFP process. Find out how our 2018 Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge winner did it and see what’s next.
Cary, one of our 2018 Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge winners, last week held its Readiness Workshop. The town already has a clear view of how all the elements of community need to come together. See how it used its workshop to continue those efforts.
The first City Readiness Hub at Smart Cities Week paired cities at different stages in their smart cities journey. Get highlights of the advice San Miguel de Allende received from Las Vegas to deal with rapidly growing tourism without destroying its historic character.