New Smart Cities Challenges and Opportunities (List)
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The City of Lynwood is requesting proposals from experienced engineering firms in water master planning and modeling to update the City of Lynwood Water Master Plan.
The City of Lynwood (City) is requesting proposals from specialized civil or sanitary engineering firm to update the City of Lynwood's Sewer System Management Plan.
In the USDOT's Solving for Safety: Visualization Challenge, individuals and teams will compete for $350,000 in cash prizes by developing innovative analytical visualization tools to gain insights or inform decisions to reduce fatalities and serious injuries on the U.S. road and rail systems.
The Village of Falconer, located in Chautauqua County in the western portion of New York, is seeking qualified consultants to complete a comprehensive plan for future development and investment in the Village.
Sigsbee Charter School (SCS) is requesting statements of qualifications from qualified firms for the selection and acquisition of professional services of Architects, Planners and Engineers required for the development of a Facilities Master Plan (FMP) for facilities located in Key West, FL.
xTechSearch is an opportunity for businesses to pitch novel technology solutions to the Army’s Science and Technology (S&T) ecosystem which will provide cooperative research opportunities with Army labs, including access to the Army’s organic intellectual and technical capital.
The BPDA is requesting proposals from Consultant Teams that have demonstrated excellence in urban design and land use planning, historic preservation, engineering services to study environmental impacts, market and financial feasibility analysis, multi-modal transportation policy, and sustainability and climate resiliency.
The City seeks to partner with a firm to provide a fully integrated suite of sensors, networks, and data and analytics platforms that will result in the City becoming the first true Smart City in the world.
The Santa Barbara County Association of Governments (SBCAG) is seeking proposals from qualified consultants to provide assistance in preparing a Resiliency Assessment of the County's multi-modal transportation network. The assessment will identify areas of the region where the multi-modal transportation network is most vulnerable to potential effects of climate change, specifically from sea level rise and increased occurrences of large fires.
The intent of this RFP is to procure qualified professional consultant services to conduct technical land use planning activities; economic/fiscal impact analysis; and community outreach and engagement support to produce a new Comprehensive Plan for the County of Greenville, SC.