A smartphone app points to the future we all want for utility field crews: to automate field operations by connecting workers to the data they need. See how the solution from Clevest can help, especially during storms, disasters and floods.
A network of sensors will be installed at several locations in Chicago to monitor and track several of the things that affect livability—like air quality, climate and noise. While the project is designed to help the city become healthier and more efficient, the data collected will be open to anyone who wants to use it, from citizens and scientists to researchers and other cities.
Council Associate Partner Huawei will provide a variety of enhancements and solutions to bring a Dubai South business park into the smart city era. The company will provide its ICT expertise and technology to help Dubai achieve its ambitions to become one of the world's smartest cities.
A U.S. military microgrid project for Black & Veatch and Schneider Electric... Enevo's sustainability award... Oracle enhances its SPARC cloud platform... Enel starts on largest Latin American solar plant... Saudi Telecom's role in country's digital transformation. Follow the link to learn more.
You cannot afford to make your digital infrastructure an afterthought. The ability for your systems to talk to each other is at the very heart of what it means to be a smart city. Read on for a checklist of five components of an effective digital infrastructure strategy.
Washington, DC is engaged in several IoT-based projects designed to lead it to a safe, secure future, and to establish an open development platform for experimentation and innovation in city services delivery. Read the story for details on the projects and their progress.
Predicting how technologies will evolve (or if they will) is a difficult chore. But with millions of connected devices and sensors collecting massive amounts of new forms of data and new ways to use it, most analysts see substantial and continued growth in the number of cities moving toward Internet of Things technology as they work to make their operations more efficient and cost-effective.
Few cities have shared, standard ways of connecting smart devices across departments, and that’s what’s holding many of them back. Learn how a platform approach can give you the connectivity your city needs in a matter of weeks — not months.
New solutions combined with existing technology contribute to several aspects of a smart city's operations and services. Read the story to learn how well that concept applies to opening up opportunities for a smart, connected transportation system.
We’re still years away from a true Internet of Things where everything is connected, but Schneider Electric is helping to get cities closer to that point by moving us toward an Internet of Buildings. Learn how this smart approach can help building owners reduce energy use and help cities toward climate goals.