Water Technology talked with Smart Cities Council Chairman Jesse Berst about how the Council works, how the Council's Smart Cities Readiness Guide was developed and the types of water technologies that go into making a smart city. Click for a link to the podcast.
SCC in the News
In an article appearing on the Mass Transit magazine website, Council Chairman Jesse Berst explains how five cities are deploying advanced analytics and smart technologies and in doing so are demonstrating how to make mass transit more appealing and roadways less congested.
In an article on standardization and regulation in the growing smart cities movement, the Mobile World Capital Barcelona site quoted Council Chairman Jesse Berst and highlighted the Smart Cities Readiness Guide. Click for an excerpt.
Council Chairman Jesse Berst and Laura Ipsen of Microsoft were featured in a Cities Today recap of the Smart City Expo World Congress held in November, 2013 in Barcelona, Spain. Click for an excerpt.
Council Chairman Jesse Berst told Bisnow Seattle that yes, Seattle is pretty smart... but it could be a lot smarter. Click for an excerpt from the article.
PaymentsSource, a publication that focuses on news and analysis about credit card, debit card, mobile payments and other technology and trends in the payments industry, interviewed Council Chairman Jesse Berst about how payments will fit into the larger digital ecosystem of smart cities. Click for highlights.
Meeting of the Minds hosted a March 12, 2014 smart cities webinar featuring Smart Cities Council Chairman Jesse Berst, Russ Vanos, a senior vice president with Council Global Partner Itron, and Jason Zogg of DTE Energy. Click for a recap.
Writing on the EDF Energy Exchange blog, Kate Zerrenner reviews the energy and water chapters of the Smart Cities Readiness Guide.
Cities Today interviews Jesse Berst, Smart Cities Council Chairman, and James Denton-Brown, civil infrastructure planning manager at Bechtel, on the Smart Cities Readiness Guide.
GCN interviews Smart Cities Council Chairman Jesse Berst on how cities large and small can benefit from cloud computing.