Smart City Strategy

smart cities international symposium & exhibition
January 19, 2018

Smart Cities are here. From the federal level on down, public sector leaders are, at least, aware of the Smart Cities movement and the potential that it brings.

what makes a city a city?
January 15, 2018

When I spoke at the smart buildings show in London, the event took me back eleven years to the early days of “smart." The birth of smart was in Greenfield real estate, and from there, it evolved to where we are today.

January 15, 2018

The smart city sector is one of the hot topics at CES 2018, with nearly every major technology provider looking to jump into the connected ecosystem. Likewise, major metropolitan areas across the country are eager to implement technology that could bring urban living into the digital age.

sacramento urban innovation
January 11, 2018

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

IDC launches Smart City Awards
January 08, 2018

To recognize the considerable efforts that cities in the U.S. have made toward improving services and citizens wellbeing, IDC Government Insights has created the Smart City North America Awards (SCNAA).

January 02, 2018

Urban farms have been impacting cities’ agribusiness—and, on some cases, their redevelopment—for decades.

smart cities international symposium & exhibition 2018
December 12, 2017

On January 17-18 in Chicago, the 2nd Annual Smart Cities International Symposium & Exhibition will bring together thought leaders and practitioners from around the world to explore the most recent technology advances, business models, and lessons learned to date in making the Smart City a... read more

December 12, 2017

Bas Boorsma, author of "A New Digital Deal," has high hopes for the Smart Cities of tomorrow. If cities follow a plan and manage the growing influence of digitization effectively, he reasons, all citizens will benefit.

December 07, 2017

To understand where smart city projects are going, one must understand where they've been. Atlanta CIO Samir Saini does this by dividing these projects into three phases: Smart Cities 1.0, Smart Cities 2.0 and Smart Cities 3.0.

December 05, 2017

As technology continues to advance, governments local and otherwise have sometimes struggled to keep up. Even many so-called Smart Cities, replete with leaders eager to test out new solutions, have missed the forest for the trees as far as digital progress is concerned.

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