The Environmental Tech Lab in New York City selected eight companies to explore proofs of concept as part of its inaugural Operational Efficiency Challenge and Data Utilization Challenge.
The collaboration and shared learning made possible through the smart region consortium known as The Connective enhances tech work for cities that are members — such as Phoenix, Mesa and Surprise, Ariz.
The smart region consortium for the greater Phoenix region, known as The Connective, offers members across sectors a model for collaboration and learning to develop and deploy technology solutions.
The Smart Surfaces Coalition will focus on leveraging data analysis through advanced mapping techniques, while helping equip residents with tech solutions like reflective and green roofs, solar energy tools and porous pavements.
The Inclement Weather Decision Support App developed by a joint effort between the U.S. military and US Ignite uses real-time weather, transportation and other data to shape decisions around base operations.
The Colorado Smart Cities Alliance announced its third annual C² Challenge, a call to urban tech companies and universities to submit low-cost smart city solutions for the Denver metro region.
Collecting and sharing data internally and externally is key to building effective smart cities. Focusing on mobility and sensor use cases, this article explains the secrets of data-sharing success.
Audi will team up with Spoke Safety in Peachtree Corners, Ga., to further develop connected vehicle technologies to communicate information related to vulnerable road users like cyclists and pedestrians.
Grant programs like the Advanced Transportation Technology and Innovation program and Strengthening Mobility and Revolutionizing Transportation are advancing transportation and transit improvement tech projects across the country.
The Long Beach Collaboratory in the Southern California city is open to community members who want to become more involved in the “smart economy” and help the city design and deploy urban tech pilot projects.
Including solar, wind and nuclear power as well as hydroelectricity via large dams, 59 percent of California's electricity now comes from carbon-free sources. The state has a goal of 90 percent by 2035.
EPB officials say a $2 million project to install a new microgrid with power generation and battery storage at police and fire headquarters in Chattanooga will pay for itself in six or seven years.
A recent panel discussion at the CoMotion Miami conference highlighted how political divisiveness and conspiracy theories have taken aim at progressive ideas around urban mobility and city design.
Digital twins, centered on several core pieces of technology, including the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence, are making a critical difference locally and nationally in the government technology landscape.
Transportation technology and smart infrastructure company Seoul Robotics will leverage assets like the Curiosity Lab and other features of Peachtree Corners, an Atlanta suburb known for its smart city leadership.
Buffalo, N.Y., is reversing a decadeslong trend of population decline by positioning itself as a “climate refuge city” in the face of climate change and a pattern of extreme weather events across the country.