The purpose of this guidance note is to provide guidance to the development industry on how smart technologies and data solutions can not only support sustainable urban development but strengthen and accelerate its stated outcomes.
Johnson Controls - Responding quickly to government needs. Johnson Controls can rapidly mobilize technical resources – including planning and design engineers, project managers, installers, communication specialists, service technicians
and more – to help communities meet their needs, protect citizens and stay ahead of the crisis.
The Smart Cities Info cards are short and succinct knowledge resources to support awareness raising and capacity building of government stakeholders and community members seeking to further engage in smart cities.
The Readiness for Resilience Program is designed to help Texas communities impacted by Hurricane Harvey rebuild the infrastructure with resilient, smart technology and best practices. This series of workshops was sponsored by Qualcomm.
The inaugural Smart Cities Investment Forum, hosted by Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand, gathered stakeholders from the investment community, government, academia and technology and advisory companies in March 2019 to exchange ideas on a topic rarely discussed – smart cities investment. The report out from this forum is provided below.
This series of short case studies highlights the diversity of smart cities investments that cities and towns across Australia and New Zealand are making to enhance the liveability, sustainability and workability of the their communities.
Smart grids and smart cities can change the world for the better. They go hand in hand. This playbook passes along success stories, lessons learned, and best practices gleaned by the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) and the Smart Cities Council to help cities and electric companies accomplish more together.
This Guidance Note responds to the emerging challenges and opportunities for cities and towns from the rollout of next generation 5G telecommunications, small cell densification, Internet of Things (IoT) hardware, smart urban infrastructure and increased city owned smart city assets.
These principles are a start in helping build awareness and dialogue among all relevant stakeholders to ensure our streets and public spaces continue to be citizen-focused while ensuring deployment continues.
The Smart Cities Council with it’s partner company evolve24, are working with a consortium of leading organisations focused on data science and social wellbeing – Telstra, Neighbourlytics and the University of Melbourne – to advance social wellbeing as a framework for smart cities investment in the region. This paper outlines this approach, and the tools and methods for accelerating social wellbeing outcomes in smart cities.