InnoSpring, along with Nantong University and Australia’s Swinburne University of Technology Design Factory, will work with ME310 graduate students at the Stanford Design School to focus on smart building design for 2017. As a corporate Read More
The Smart Islands program on the Isles of Scilly – 28 miles off the UK mainland – is intended to sustainably and affordably tackle some of the islands’ main infrastructure and utilities issues, along with Read More
Dreaming Out Loud – a food justice nonprofit – is partnering with the city of Washington D.C. and a half-dozen other organizations to run the Kelly Miller Farm in a way that generates revenue while Read More
A recent survey by the U.S. Conference of Mayors and the analytics firm IHS Markit examined the state of smart city projects in small cities, defined as those that have less than 150,000 residents. It Read More
ABB recently announced the successful implementation of a lithium-ion based battery energy storage system (BESS) that will be integrated with the local electricity grid in the district of Nordhavn, Copenhagen, making this Denmark’s first urban Read More
Biometrics is the measurement and statistical analysis of people’s physical and behavioral characteristics. It is usually used in physical security, relying on unique physical characteristics such as fingerprints, irises, faces, etc. to identify a person. Read More
Amy Webb, Founder and CEO of Future Today Institute, gives a forecast for smart cities, including the thing that scares her most about the years ahead.
Brad Gleeson, Chief Commercial Officer at CIVIQ Smartscapes, shares about proud moments from the company’s start, as well as insights for the future.
Joe Kochan, COO and Co-Founder at US Ignite, speaks about the new Platforms for Advanced Wireless Research (PAWR) program at SXSW in Austin, Texas. Follow up with US Ignite @us_ignite or learn more on the Read More
Michigan Representative Gary Glenn, Republican, is pushing legislation to strengthen privacy protections by prohibiting utilities from selling, renting or sharing information generated by smart meters. The legislation also requires a utility to notify a customer Read More