MetroLab@Newark brings the city and academia together with private businesses to develop new smart city tech, like the BrandNewark smart kiosk.
City leaders need real-time visibility across their entire project portfolio to help them better plan, build and operate their smart city.
An artificial-intelligence-powered sensor network will better managing the timing of traffic lights and crosswalk signals.
The second phase of Washington’s PA2040 smart-city project will extend to trash cans, parking, environmental sensing and public safety technology.
Safe city initiatives can deliver a two-for-one return on smart city investments.
A new study by IBM’s Center for The Business of Government explores how cities can enhance the effectiveness of data-driven initiatives that provide public services more effectively and responsively.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx explains that smart cities use technology for holistic, inclusive solutions.