Austin, a 2017 Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge winner, hosted its Readiness Workshop in May, 2017. This document contains key objectives, insights and action steps that were produced as the result of the Readiness Workshop.
Miami, a 2017 Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge winner, hosted its Readiness Workshop on August 24, 2017. Here are the informational slides used to introduce participants to smart cities principles and to help them with their action planning post-workshop.
Indianapolis, a 2017 Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge winner, hosted its Readiness Workshop on July 18, 2017. Here are the informational slides used to introduce participants to smart cities principles and to help them with their action planning post-workshop.
This paper has been produced by SCCANZ to catalyse discussion and action around a smart state agenda for Australia. It presents a range of concepts and recommendations on how government and industry can use the City Deals process to accelerate the smart cities movement.
When companies and jurisdictions are moving M2M/IoT communications to cellular technologies, security considerations are often left behind. Read the white paper from Council Associate Partner Telit to learn how to avoid some of the threats to M2M/IoT communications and ways to mitigate others.
The IoT promises to create a highly efficient world that demands constant analysis of the state of events based on the sensor and machine communications happening all around us. In its white paper, Council Lead Partner SAS Institute explores how to optimally manage and gain useful insights from the massive amounts of data sensors provide.
Leaders are under increasing pressure to rein in spending, while delivering better living standards in their communities. In companion white papers, IBM experts suggest technology can play a significant role in increasing independence, improving quality of life and coordinating services for vulnerable populations.
Reducing the amount of waste in landfills is a goal many are working to achieve. But how are zero waste claims validated? Read the white paper to learn more about the issue, and for an overview on waste diversion, examples of successful programs and what companies (and cities) should be thinking about when considering a waste diversion program.
The development of highly efficient LEDs in the 21st century is showing itself to be a very positive game-changer, and the regulatory system is doing its best to keep pace with this technology and facilitate its deployment. Read the white paper to learn more about the technology and issues involved in Power over Ethernet lighting.
The existing global economy cannot hire all the unemployed, which is expected to increase to 210 million people by 2019, according to a Cisco white paper. Author Tae Yoo asserts that for countries to thrive in today's digitized economy, not only will we have to address unemployment, but also job creation. Read how the Cisco exec suggests doing that.