City leaders and their information technology teams interested in how the evolution of urban energy infrastructures are being enabled by the integration of information technologies that help manage the increasingly distributed nature of energy supply and demand will find this paper useful.
City officials, city information technology leaders and enterprise architects will glean some of the benefits and challenges of using information technology to solve typical problems that cities face in delivering services to citizens.
City leaders, planners and citizens interested in exploring how other cities have encouraged a green and sustainable environment while continuing to attract businesses and maintain economic growth will be interested in this case study.
Urban leaders in developing countries who are facing the impacts of rapid urbanization that require massive investments in infrastructure and other assets should find this comprehensive guide helpful.
City leaders and planners exploring the deployment of a broadband network for public safety may find some useful pointers from this best practices document prepared for state leaders in the United States when legislation was passed calling for a nationwide broadband network dedicated to public safety communications.
City leaders and planners wanting to understand the concept of smart water networks will find this brief white paper useful.
City leaders and planners coping with the challenges of aging infrastructures and demands for improving water efficiencies will be interested in this paper that offers a high level discussion about the promise of smarter water networks for improving operations and efficiency.