7 Essential Smart City Articles From Meeting Of The Minds

If you're looking for Smart City insights, Meeting of the Minds should be one of your first stops. A Bay Area thought leadeship network, Meeting of the Minds focuses on connecting urban leaders and compiling best practices for cities. To this end, they continually publish blogs that further these goals, drawing from a broad network of ruban professionals to deliver the very best content. With their annual summit on the horizon, we've compiled some of the best Meeting of the Minds pieces from the past year that relate to Smart Cities.

The Smart City Starter Set

As with AMI and smart lighting, the core benefit is efficiency, in this case in the form of reduced energy and water consumption. If the building design is extended to include technologies such as roof-top energy generation and water recycling, then it is increasingly possible to create, at reasonable cost, zero net impact buildings.

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The City as an Instrument of Public Health

The concept of urban health is becoming an increasing concern as awareness of the true extent of the issue spreads. Particularly for health services in low and middle-income countries (LMICs), which are already struggling to cope with the burden of infectious diseases, the added pressure of NCDs poses a serious threat.

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Smart Cities Face a Dynamic Cybersecurity Landscape

This week, we're featuring a three part article series from Meeting of the Minds co-founder, Gordon Feller, on cities and cybersecurity. This is the second article in the series.

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Big Data, Automation, and the Future of Transportation

In recent years, a variety of forces (economic, environmental, and social) have quickly given rise to "shared mobility," a collective of entrepreneurs and consumers leveraging technology to share transportation resources, save money, and generate capital. Bikesharing services, such as BCycle, and business-to-consumer carsharing services, such as Zipcar, have become part of a sociodemographic trend that has pushed shared mobility from the fringe to the mainstream.

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Where Smart Cities and Utilities Overlap

The concept of Smart Cities offers the promise of urban hubs leveraging connected technologies to become increasingly prosperous, safe, healthy, resilient, and clean. What may not be obvious in achieving these objectives is that many already-existing utility assets can serve as the foundation for a Smart City transition.

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Transportation Communications: No One Told Me It Would Be This Hard

As the leader of a transportation agency, there is no shortage of people ready to tell me how technology is going to revolutionize the way we do business. Autonomous vehicles, on-demand sensors, drone-based package delivery, solar-powered roads, road-straddling super-buses (that one turned out to a bust); it's a veritable cornucopia of real and not-so-real revolutions.

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Redefining Urban Risk and Resiliency

At the recent Global Cities Team Challenge Expo, Acquanetta Warren, the Mayor of Fontana California, expressed that 'Technology makes government more accessible.' Similar to cities, however, district-level organizations face constant challenges associated with financial and human resource constraints.

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