Public Private Partnerships (P3)

sacramento urban innovation
January 11, 2018

With an array of recent technological and economic developments, Sacramento has firmly positioned itself as a Smart City.

December 05, 2017

In Eastern China, Jiujiang was hit by heavy rain, and many urban areas were flooded. The vehicles were flooded, and the citizens risked their passage on flooded roads.

October 26, 2017

The Dallas Innovation Alliance (DIA) continues to work to turn Dallas into a smart city through the use of IoT technologies. The entity is currently testing several uses cases to implement different technologies to make Dallas a smarter and safer city.

October 20, 2017

As Smart Cities become more and more mainstream, the position of Chief Information Officer becomes even more essential for continued growth and success.

Smart Cities Summit Data
October 18, 2017

While the term “Smart City” is a fluid concept with many different definitions, urban leaders tend to agree that cities must take advantage of data to be considered smart.

October 13, 2017

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) is considering two options for the 4.6-mile, $891 million South Bay Metro Light Rail Extension project, which will expand service to a new transit center further south, according to Urbanize LA.

citizens need to get involved in infrastructure
October 11, 2017

The president’s proposed $1 trillion national infrastructure plan has become something of an anomaly.

technology networks infrastructure need
October 02, 2017

The very recent Equifax data breach was another ominous “wake-up call.” Americans were reminded once again that our data networks are very vulnerable.  More significant, though, is the fact that cyberattacks don’t just involve data breaches.

trump executive order infrastructure
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August 23, 2017

Describing the nation’s deteriorating infrastructure as a “massive, self-inflicted wound on our country,” President Donald Trump last week signed an executive... read more

August 17, 2017

As of July 7, there have been nine weather and climate disaster events in 2017 that saw losses exceeding $1 billion each across the United States, according to NOAA - marking a trend that will likely continue to grow.

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