The integration of IBM technology with smart valves and sensors from business partner EmNet helped the city of South Bend, Indiana be proactive in its wastewater management, avoiding additional infrastructure investments while improving public health.
Pavegen, the London startup that is harvesting energy from footsteps, installed its tiles near a transport station outside Olympic Park during the 2012 London Summer Olympics.
This animated short film gets to the heart of the challenges we face in making sustainable cities a reality.
The European iSCOPE program delivers an open source toolkit for 3D smart city services based on 3D Urban Information Models.
Public officials are turning to the same technology advances that businesses have been using—automation, smart sensors, analytics, visualization and computational modeling—to help make public safety systems smarter and real time.
A panel of experts discuss cybersecurity issues related to smart cities during the 2012 CAFFEET Conference at the Cal Berkeley CITRIS Center.
Trash Track helps understand the "removal chain" in urban areas by attaching smart tags to different types of trash as it moves through a city's waste management system.
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.