The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) primary national laboratory for renewable energy, energy efficiency and advanced transportation and mobility research. From scientific discovery to accelerating market adoption, NREL deploys its deep technical expertise and unmatched breadth of capabilities to drive the transformation of our nation's energy resources and systems. Today, local governments are leading the nation in addressing complex energy challenges and setting ambitious goals. NREL's technical and collaborative approach offers "science toward solutions," focused on the use of credible and objective data, analytics, and advanced energy and mobility system modeling to equip local government decision-makers in mapping a path toward and achieving their energy goals.
BrightSites by Signify, recognizes that municipal leaders are looking for ways to improve their cities by enhancing Wi-Fi and IoT connectivity today in order to enable the transformation to a smarter, connected city of the future. Wth that in mind, we have developed a complete line of smartpoles utilizing Wi-FI, IoT, 4G ,5G and 5G mm LTE technologies.Digital transformation of public spaces is rapidly accelerating from historic town centres, to neighborhoods to large urban areas in order to meet the demands of the mobile society. BrightSites slim IoT pole will help municipalities meet the digital needs of their communities.
Spectrum connects more than 27 million residential, business and government municipalities in communities across 41 states. We've invested more than $27 billion since 2014 to extend and enhance our network. Our investment in new technologies and network infrastructure will provide the right connectivity framework for communities to take advantage of new and innovative smart city services. Our network already enables smart city services in some communities and, as more communities embrace the potential of these services, Spectrum can be a reliable partner to deliver them. More information about Spectrum Smart Cities can found at SpectrumSmartCities.com.
The Dallas Innovation Alliance (DIA) is a Public Private Partnership focused on the design and execution of a multi-phased Smart City strategy for Dallas. The DIA includes stakeholders from the City of Dallas, private corporations, civic/NGO organizations and academia who are invested in Dallas' continued evolution as an forward-thinking, innovative, and Smart global city. DIA operates from the definition that a Smart City is one where social and technological infrastructures and solutions facilitate sustainable economic growth, resource efficiency, and importantly, improves the quality of life for its citizens.
Digi.City is a platform designed to inform, inspire and connect leaders as cities advance in the digital age. We convene the public, private and academic sectors, share tools and advocate for policies and programs that create more connected, more equitable and accessible communities.
We believe that as the world becomes more urbanized and technology reshapes our lives, it is increasingly important that we continue to explore new ways to work together to discover creative, technology-driven solutions to our most interesting challenges. Cities truly can be the epicenter of innovation
The leading publication for cutting edge, innovative technologies, and those individuals driving the industry forward, Innovation & Tech Today is committed to featuring fascinating stories, products, and people across a plethora of industries. From education, engineering, gaming, travel, photography, and smart fabrics to wearables, smart home technology, business innovations, and so much more, our team of experts and journalists celebrate a passion for innovation across the board. With a different theme and special contributors every quarter, I&T Today offers something for everyone. Whether your interests lie in sustainability and clean energy, innovations in business strategy, sports and medical technology, or home automation, Innovation & Tech Today is your tech magazine.
The Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster (RTCC) is an initiative of business, government, academic, and nonprofit leaders working together to accelerate the Research Triangle region's cleantech economy. Since 2012, RTCC has worked to focus stakeholders on a single vision to promote cleantech innovation, accelerate research, and support sector growth in the region and North Carolina. The Research Triangle region is recognized as a global cleantech hub, with 350+ companies and research institutions developing innovations to shape a more sustainable future for cities, communities, and citizens.
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