Posts tagged Regional Smart Cities Initiative
US Congress Accelerating Smart Infrastructure and Policy Planning

Members of Congress are working together to explore and integrate smart technologies into infrastructure and policy planning. The U.S. Congressional Smart Cities Caucus - led by Reps. Yvette Clarke (D-NY) and Darrell Issa (R-CA) - is accelerating that pursuit.

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At the Smart Regions Congress, leaders in DC will convene to talk about technology, policy, and strategy

At the Smart Regions Congress in Washington DC, attendees will join leaders from top Metropolitan Planning Organizations and Councils of Government, elected and public officials, and industry experts from around the nation as we explore the opportunities and challenges presented by building smart cities and regions that use advanced technologies and the Internet of Things to optimize or altogether replace outdated systems and infrastructure.

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Smart Regions Annual Report calls for interoperability, regionalism, and resilience

Discover and explore the 2016-2017 Smart Regions Annual Report that was produced following the Smart Regions Conference on October 25th, 2017. The report breaks down community building efforts that look at smart city solutions beyond municipal limits, and outlines how setting smart city development goals and using standards and interoperable planning can support smart city success stories in regions across the world. 

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Attend: #SmartCincy Summit

Government officials, business leaders, and interested stakeholders in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana will attend a one-day summit moving the smart cities conversation forward to align, highlight, and educate regional leaders, to leverage available resources, and to prompt smart action around the four pillars of smart cities: connectivity, mobility, security, and sustainability.

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Regional Smart Cities Initiative: Letter of Support

Our vision is to help create the city of tomorrow, improving the quality of life for this generation and generations to come. Solutions will double our standard of living, connect local economies, and alleviate budgetary distress brought on by outdated infrastructure and systems the prove burdensome for taxpayers and policy makers.

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