How Does ChatGPT Define a Smart City?

February 20, 2023

While the topic of smart cities is vast and broad, the one thing that almost everyone who works in the sector can agree upon is that there is no one accepted definition of a smart Read More

Madison, WI, Gets A Fleet Of Electric Buses

February 15, 2023

The City of Madison, WI has ordered 46 electric buses from New Flyer of America – a subsidiary of NFI Group Inc. The purchase was made possible by Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funds. The battery-electric Read More

Boston, MA Tests It’s Wastewater For Covid-19

February 10, 2023

The Public Health Commission (BPHC) of Boston, MA recently launched a Covid-19 wastewater surveillance program. BPHC is working with the Boston Water and Sewer Commission (BWSC), and Biobot Analytics  – a wastewater epidemiology company which Read More

Smart Crosswalks Come To Finland

February 8, 2023

The City of Tampere in Finland and Tieto – a Nordic IT services and software company – are conducting a pilot project to test an illuminated crosswalk sign. The lamp-post type sign is equipped with Read More

England Transforms Its Curbsides

February 6, 2023

The Council of the London Borough of Lambeth in England has announced plans to transform curbside parking into more sustainable and accessible areas. Approximately 94% of the curbside in Lambeth is currently taken up by Read More

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