Brian Johnson and Tim Johnson speak about Curiosity Labs in Peachtree Corners, Georgia at Smart Cities Connect Conference and Expo.
Christine Kendrick, Portland, OR, and Michael Ogletree, Denver, CO speak about how they approach air quality with smart technology. I interviewed them at Smart Cities Connect Conference and Expo in Denver. Take a peek!
Amanda Daflos, Director of Innovation and Gender Equity for the City of Los Angeles, speaks about getting smart the “LA way”.
Park City, Utah needed a new approach to their water network, so they worked with Sensus to deploy a smart gateway at several pressure reducing valve locations (PRVs) to monitor pressure and flow. The city Read More
Emily Royall, Smart City Coordinator for the City of the San Antonio, spoke with Managing Editor Laura Benold about the city’s Smart 50 Award-winning project, 311SA, and what it means to be “smart”. LB: Let’s Read More
With the rapid growth in the city’s population, Brampton, Ontario experienced ridership growth that resulted in purchase of more buses to meet their service levels. They needed a system that would monitor and report on Read More
Denver is a mile high and miles ahead of most cities when it comes to smart projects. In particular, the city’s recent work to greatly reduce asthma rates in schools with data-collecting sensors attracted the Read More
The City of Edmonton, Alberta found that the benefits available to residents may not be apparent to them, and in an effort to create transparency and open lines of communication, it created “You Can Benefit“. Read More
The Dallas-adjacent city of Richardson, Texas recently installed DALI, a smart, collaborative traffic signal timing system for alleviating urban traffic congestion. This collaboration between the city and the University of Texas at Dallas demonstrates next-gen Read More