Some states are leveraging their purchasing and policy-making powers to make it easier for communities to adopt smart technology.
Cisco's new City Infrastructure Financing Acceleration Program offers $1 billion in debt and equity capital financing to cities and smart city services providers.
The city wants 1,600 residents to equip their vehicles with sensors, communications and a notification device as part of a connected-vehicle pilot program.
If smart technology is going to become a nationwide reality, the federal government will have to play a role, experts say.
Tomorrow's cities will rely on our ability to future proof our infrastructure by marrying technology policy with investment.
As cities begin embracing smart technology, national governments can help address funding and interoperability issues.
Free Wi-Fi, smart kiosks, shot spotters, traffic sensors and predictive algorithms will define the future of the city, Kansas City's Bob Bennet says.
The Smart Cities Council is accepting applications for its 2018 Readiness Challenge Grant.
While they promise substantial benefits, smart cities face several challenges, a new report finds.
The Smart Cities Benefits Index ranks 50 cities based on their expected return on investment in smart city technology.
The Smart Columbus Operating System will share near-real-time data on traffic throughout the city.
After two successful pilots, the city is looking to make big investments in sensor technology.