State & Local

Las Vegas tests private network for smart city apps

Las Vegas will be partnering with Cox Communications to use a citizens' broadband radio service private network to test smart-city applications in a local park.

Emerging Tech

Michigan to test EV-charging roadway

A pilot project will explore inductive charging technology for electric vehicles as a way to turn public streets into shared energy platforms.

Cybersecurity

Rapid digitalization may leave smart cities open to cyberattacks

Siloed systems and insufficient commitment to cybersecurity fundamentals can expose vulnerabilities even in the current infrastructure, a new report says.

Emerging Tech

Telosa: A vision for equitable, sustainable big city living

The purpose-built metropolis aims to employ the latest open and transparent technologies to improve public services and reduce waste.

State & Local

Legislation proposes restarting the Smart Cities Challenge

The Smart Technologies for Accessible and Resilient Transportation Act seeks to encouraging the adoption of smart transportation technology by renewing the Smart Cities Challenge.

Emerging Tech

Does smart-city tech threaten democracy?

The rapid adoption of smart-city technology has created unforeseen conditions that could risk common civil liberties, according to a new report.

State & Local

Pittsburgh’s mobility platform aims to expand transportation options

Move PGH combines a smartphone app and 25 mobility hubs to give lower income residents a seamless digital and physical framework for getting around the city.

Cloud & Infrastructure

Chattanooga to build testbed service for smart city research

Built atop its Smart Corridor infrastructure, the testbed as a service will allow researchers to access and test algorithms using data from the city’s connected urban environment.

State & Local

Driving a more intelligent, integrated travel experience

Sharing data across systems or even stakeholders is challenging, but it can lead to better travel experiences for Americans, increase the efficiency of transportation and cut down on unnecessary congestion, pollution and expenses.

State & Local

How smart cities gain traction

The ability to manage citizen expectations and bridge the digital divide are key to integrating smart city pilot programs into new communities, experts say.

Cybersecurity

The riskiest smart city technologies

Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley ranked nine technologies according to technical vulnerability, attractiveness to nation-state attackers and potential impact of a successful attack.

Data & Analytics

SmartCityPHL: Where data makes an impact

Philadelphia’s innovation initiative has plans to improve food distribution, map the built environment and improve roads by breaking down data silos and facilitating cross-agency collaboration.

Cloud & Infrastructure

Pandemic accelerated rise of smart cities

COVID-19 and the resulting repercussions accelerated the rise of Cities 4.0, or cities that excel at cloud, smart technology and data management to achieve social, environmental and economic goals.

Data & Analytics

Smart cities are built on data

Managing a city’s integrated ecosystem means using data for the collective benefit of the city, public and private sector.

Data & Analytics

Small cities are better suited for smart public transit

Data from mobile ticketing, contactless fare collection systems and ride-share services can help small cities and transit authorities gain real-time insights into their transit routes and schedules to help optimize operations.

State & Local

Tucson’s community wireless bridges the digital divide

The city built cell sites at government-owned facilities such as fire departments and libraries that were already connected to Tucson’s existing fiber backbone.

Data & Analytics

The missing ingredient to curbside management

A unified curb data standard will revolutionize curb data management and enhance the value of a digital curb layer.

Emerging Tech

Smart transportation roundup

Cities across the country are taking their smart transit projects to the next level.

Data & Analytics

Better curb management with smartphone data

To improve mobility and traffic safety in downtown areas, some cities are testing technology that uses smartphone apps to give parking departments much-needed data.

State & Local

How COVID is driving smart city plans, budgets

Greater emphasis on technology will allow cities to react faster and more efficiently to events that challenge pre-established norms.

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