Military bases can benefit from technology that many American cities have already begun to test.
Smart cities work on developing a shared vision of their preferred future.
A plan to upgrade to smart, energy efficient street lights also includes installing a sensor network platform.
At a recent workshop, Kansas City, Mo., demonstrated how big data can be used to improve city performance.
Birmingham, Ala., is building a smart city future -- and is starting to see the fruits of its labor.
Five cities were awarded $250,000 worth of technology and consulting services as winners of the Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge Grant.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx announced that AT&T is supporting the challenge with $1 million in hardware, products and services.
AT&T, IBM join forces to help cities, utilities and commercial firms develop and capitalize on the Internet of intelligent devices.
RTM Dx is a free tool developed by researchers at Rutgers University's School of Criminal Justice to help police predict where crimes are going to occur.
The city's Department of Transportation has been reusing RFID data from E-ZPass readers to manage city’s traffic nightmares.
The worldwide smart city movement, a growing force for innovation and technology, will face several key drivers that will influence the direction of the program this year.
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