Kansas City, Mo., is looking to team up with a vendor for its second phase of smart city initiatives.
The nation's mayors see technology as key to increasing transparency, efficiency and economic development, according to a new report from the National League of Cities.
The platform will house a data repository and tools for powering applications from that data.
The Smart Columbus Operating System features an open data platform that brings together more than 1,000 mobility-related datasets.
A data-sharing partnership has the potential to help the nation’s capital ease its notorious traffic congestion.
Smart planning takes advantage of the best available data and technology to coordinate and optimize every area of responsibility a city touches.
The Smart Cities Council has selected five locations as the winners of the 2018 Readiness Challenge.
With the Internet of Things-Enabled Smart City Framework, city managers, vendors and suppliers can ensure interoperability across smart city projects.
Agent-based modeling simulates the behavior of individuals as they move around and interact inside a virtual world.
The National Science Foundation is looking for projects that show how technologies can accelerate the development of smart and connected communities.
The Smart Columbus Operating System will collect, analyze and share data supporting multiple smart city efforts.
At the Global City Teams Challenge, government leaders will discuss how security and privacy can be addressed in smart city technology.
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