A new urban farming program in the City of Buffalo, NY aims to bring fresh produce to Buffalo’s East Side – classified as a food desert – and encourage young people to consider career paths Read More
You may have heard about the Array of Things, one of the most highly publicized and groundbreaking projects in smart cities to date. If you haven’t, you’re in for a treat. We interviewed the Smart Read More
Following the 2018 Smart 50 Awards Gala in Kansas City, Missouri, we spoke with The University of Texas at Austin and the City of Austin about their winning project: Automated Video Analytics for Improved Mobility. Read More
The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released a report – produced by the Interagency International Cybersecurity Standardization Working Group (IICS WG) – which examines what needs to happen next for the development Read More
Researchers at RMIT University’s Micro Nano Research Facility in Australia have developed a new, ultra-thin, self-modifying coating that responds to heat and cold to create smart windows. Working with colleagues at the University of Adelaide Read More
In 2018, four projects articulated such a clear plan and vision for a smart future that the Smart 50 Awards committee included them in a special category: horizons. One of those winners, The Schenectady Smart Read More
Sean Moffit just published the Top 30 Technologies 2018-2023. Topping the list are Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Thing (IoT), Mobile/Social Internet, Blockchain, Big Data and Automation. The list closes with Better, Faster Internet, Proximity Read More
Smart 50 Awards recipient highlights several cities in Ireland committed to smart air, noise, and traffic monitoring. Learn more about how they’re making a difference!
Hear how the State of Indiana supports communities with their smart city initiatives.
We spoke with Smart 50 Awards recipient, Emergency Internet Bypass Lane Protocol, to hear how emergency response may be impacted with smarter delivery of connectivity. Learn more here: “During an emergency, successful response and recovery Read More
Smart Cities Connect struck a great balance between education, structured dialogue, and informal networking. The Conference is focused not just on innovation, but how to improve people's lives through technology.
Matt Gray, Chief of Sustainability, City of Cleveland
The Smart Cities Connect Conference & Expo enables like-minded professionals to share ideas by facilitating the discovery and discussion of innovations and achievements. The conference also provides the opportunity to interact directly with vendors and influence product offerings.
Rosa Akhtarkhavari, Chief Information Officer, City of Orlando
This years' Smart Cities Connect Conference & Expo was a great opportunity for me to connect with new and innovative smart city solution providers that can help advance Atlanta's smart city strategy. I also got a chance to interact with other city leaders around the world to discuss their respective smart city strategies and how we can collaborate on solving civic challenges using ICT, IoT, and big data analytics moving forward. Looking forward to next year's event!
Samir Saini, Chief Information Officer, City of Atlanta
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