A smart city is a resilient one, and the path of destruction from Tropical Cyclone Debbie, which has left many battered and bruised, provides a good reason why.
Sydney's population will almost double in 30 years — and urban planners expect the city will be hard-pressed to offer essential services for its citizens. Read on to learn why one expert says data could help the city cope.
Could an EU ‘Humble Lamppost’ type program in Australia and New Zealand be the key ingredient to unleashing a smart street lighting and controls revolution in the region and accelerate IoT deployment? Well, yes!
Seattle rolls out mobile showers. San Fernando teens invent solar-powered tents. Melbourne university names professor of homelessness. Vancouver PPP creates 900 housing units… Detroit businesses put homeless women to work.
Australia is beginning to move from an uncoordinated approach to advancing smart cities to one that is based on collaboration and standards. Learn about new efforts in that direction.
As cities and regions elsewhere in the world are discovering, preparing Western Australia's roads for the transition to driverless cars will be expensive, says the Royal Automobile Club. And the time to invest is now.
Cities working to become smarter are often challenged by how to precisely monitor and manage their resources: energy, water or other essentials. Read on to learn about an IoT-based solution that might be an option.
In Helsinki, a new district is being built along an old commercial harbour with one goal in mind: improving the quality of citizens’ lives. The smart district will use technology to benefit citizens.
Adelaide has its sights set on becoming Australia’s first smart city and one of the world’s most livable cities. See how it’s doing it and steal these three ideas as you craft your own initiatives.
If your city has ambitious ideas for smart city projects but not enough cash to see them through, a new federal government seed funding program may be the solution you're looking for.