10 Industry Events to keep an eye on this June
Here's a list of 'Smart Cities' events that we will be watching, hosting, and/or participating in this June:
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Owners of hundreds of buildings across D.C. will soon be required to make investments to improve their energy performance under a sweeping new law.
The role, which will be filled by Joshua Edmonds, is aimed at helping the city address digital equity issues, specifically when it comes to expanding access to the Internet for residents of Detroit.
What if you could design and test complex products and processes before investing in them? ”Digital twins” are already offering companies in a range of sectors—including aerospace, retail, health care and smart cities—a virtual look at how real-world things work.
A survey finds that the majority of operators have been hit by two or more cyber attacks over the past two years.
A bill that would establish a dedicated Broadband Office to expand internet access in Washington state is working its way through the legislature at the request of Gov. Jay Inslee.
Karsun Solutions LLC on Thursday received a five-year, $80-million contract to develop technology to expedite the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s grants process before and after disasters.
On the first day of the Smart Cities Connect conference in Denver, speakers highlighted how various cities' efforts to collaborate have helped to advance smart initiatives.
Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser this week announced three initiatives in Washington, D.C., this week to maximize opportunity zones (OZ) benefits in the nation’s capital. The city committed $24 million to properties that support affordable housing, workforce development and the growth of small businesses in the district’s 25 OZs.
Acting as a virtual replica of the physical environment, a digital twin can be used in advanced ways to truly automate, optimize and connect systems — not to mention empower people — in the built environment.
OPINION: In an unprecedented era of winner-take-all urbanism, left-behind cities need federal help
With a mandate to manage everything from transport to sewerage, to public lighting and civil protection, it’s no wonder citizens expect a lot from their local governments. Newly revised guidelines help them to improve their activities and align them with local needs and expectations, for healthier, happier communities.
Cisco Systems Inc. today launched Decibel, a new, early-stage venture capital firm that will run independently from the networking giant.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — St. Petersburg is the newest Smart Gigabit Community in the country, thanks to a new partnership between Spectrum, US Ignite, the city of St. Petersburg, and St. Pete Innovation District.
This is a critical time for city leaders across the United States and around the world. Cities are increasingly understood as the places where humanity’s greatest challenges, from climate change to migration to inequality, impact the most people.
STANFORD, Calif. — Mayor Sly James, of Kansas City, Missouri, says the Opportunity Zones in his city are getting ample attention from investors and developers, but emphasizes that it’s going to take more than that to make the program a success.
The Smart Cities Council announced 10 finalists in its 2019 North American Smart Cities Readiness Challenge, with three of the finalists entering on a regional basis.
Communities need a new approach to accelerate investment in infrastructure that is resilient…