Join us for a “How To” Webinar
Tuesday, February 25 at 11:00 am (EST)
Smart Cities Council wants to help you complete your application.
In a 15 minutes webinar, you will learn how to
• Join a global movement of cities helping cities
• Accelerate your own city’s project planning
• Become a finalist for the 2020 Global Readiness Challenge
IDC recently identified the US as one of the top smart city markets for 2020. This forecast is reinforced by the policy proposals of 2020 US Presidential candidates. In fact, we found a strong focus on not only infrastructure; but also 'smart infrastructure. With proposals for broadband deployment, $1B smart city grants, green infrastructure and with three x-mayors in the race, it looks like smart cities and smart infrastructure is on everyone's agenda with strong potential for action in 2021.
If your city is smart – then you should be helping other cities. Our societies acknowledge excellence …and expect those who are better to teach the rest of us. STOP seeking conference awards and global rankings! If your city is smart, you need to be helping other cities solve the problems you have solved – AND Smart Cities Activator project roadmaps (that show how to solve a city need) are the most effective method to take this leadership role and make a difference.
Jarrett Campbell from Aveva and I have taught smart city workshops together. Jarret is a great story teller and holds our audience interest's when he talks about how he made his home smart and also how the Town of Cary, NC (one of the Council's 2018 Readiness Challenge Winners) has implemented smart metering systems for water management. His stories are real-world, giving us a clear example of 'how' any city can use smart technologies.
Companies looking to supply smart cities with products or services at the start of the new year have plenty of opportunities available across the country. As more government agencies begin investing in the smart cities movement, companies in the business-to-government (B2G) marketplace have the chance to take advantage. Here are 10 smart city projects from the past month that were awarded to a vendor, recently put out to bid or included in an agency’s future spending plan.
The biggest areas of growth include energy tech, blockchain, and distributed ledger, artificial intelligence, life sciences, and deep tech. The quest for growth through technology and globalization of Malaysia and Southeast Asia is going to be a journey measured by speed and leadership.
Liveable and Sustainable Cities adapting to a disrupted world. Cities will face a slew of disruptions arising from climate change, social shifts and new technologies. How cities adapt to these disruptions will be critical. This event will be held Sands Expo and Conventions Center, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.
Connecting brands and corporations with disruptive technology to fuel innovation and growth. Innovfest Unbound will be held in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.
This will be a unique meeting which takes a high-impact dream that stretches the minds to the mindful and realistic manifestation of proven and developing technologies, guided by a set of practical and ethical rules.
Gain a deep understanding of issues and consequences relating to solutions from converging technologies that build AI and Robotic applications. The event will be held in Sentosa, Singapore.
ASEAN countries' government is committed to make their nations a world-class place to stay and live.
With investments soaring in civil infrastructure projects it is high time for private players to form a synergy with the government in order to develop a smart nation.
By 2030 a population of 90 million is expected to move into the cities. These cities will drive 40% of economic growth in the region. With Singapore and Malaysia leading as driving force ASEAN community is gaining momentum to achieve smart urban infrastructure by 2025.