Miami-Dade County and IBM are undertaking a smarter cities initiative that includes a predictive analytics and smart metering project to help remotely monitor consumption and identify water leaks across the Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department.
Miami-Dade County and IBM are undertaking a smarter cities initiative to improve services for residents and help agencies share information among the 35 municipalities within the county.
What impact can a smart grid have? City leaders interested in a snapshot of one city's experience will find this video discussing Chattanooga, Tennessee's smart grid of interest.
In this speech by IBM CEO Ginni Rometty, city leaders and planners will get a perspective on how - in these early days of the 21st century - Big Data, analytics, cloud, mobile and social technologies are transforming our world.
City leaders and planners who want to learn more about the important role of information and communications technology in creating smarter cities will find this discussion by Cliff Thomas, the managing director of smart & connected communities at Cisco Systems, of great value.
City leaders and planners who want to better understand the dynamic behavior of their cities will be interested in the collaboration between the City of Portland, Oregon in the U.S. Pacific Northwest and IBM to develop an interactive model of the relationships that exist among the city's core systems.
Hearing how other cities are making their communities smarter -- in this case the city of Dubuque, Iowa in the U.S. midwest - can help city leaders and planners envision the possibilities in their own locales.