Electrochromic Technology in Smart Windows

November 14, 2016

Smart windows can play an important role in cost-savings and efficiency for municipal buildings. According to the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), the principle loss of energy in buildings is through windows. Smart windows eliminate Read More

Smart Parking in Worcester, Massachusetts

November 11, 2016

The city of Worcester, Massachusetts is testing two smart meters to determine the feasibility of a smart parking system. The pilot program meters are essentially meter/kiosk hybrids, incorporating parking services with a touchscreen displaying local Read More

Innovation Spotlight: RxREVU

November 8, 2016

Today, prescribers make purchasing decisions on the patient’s behalf without knowing whether a patient filled the medication, what gaps may exist in patient care, and whether more cost effective options exist. RxREVU’s solution, RxCheck provides Read More

Agritecture Reflects Architecture and Agriculture

November 8, 2016

The combination of modern, smart architecture with urban agricultural principles has created the new field of “agritecture”.  Henry Gordon-Smith, an urban agriculture consultant and creator of the Agritecture blog, says the trend reflects an appreciation Read More

Smart Furniture Offers Free Public Service

November 8, 2016

As cities look for economical ways to enhance urban appeal and services, smart street furniture offers a unique technology solution.  City residents are able to receive useful services, such as WiFi, mobile charging, interactive city Read More

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