Portland urban changemaker to feature at Future of Place Summit

The SCCANZ will host the Future of Place Summit in August in Brisbane. Among other urban change makers sharing their work on the relationships between people, place, technology and data is Professor Nico Larco - Director at the Portland Or based Urbanism Next Centre at the University of Oregon.

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LVX Global is a 26-year-old international advisory firm with operations in Australia, Europe, and North America, and since 2009 has maintained a dedicated discipline for Technology, Smart City & IoT.One of LVX’s key roles is the provision of an independent, holistic view, that helps clients identify their needs, and then to conceptualise, develop, design, implement and manage Smart City & IoT solutions that meet their specific requirements.LVX’s whole-of-industry, global view is up to date, independent, horizontally and vertically integrated, and our services range from strategy, concept and framework development, through probity & procurement advisory, to IT, cybersecurity, technical, commercial & risk due diligence and project design, documentation and management.

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Hear HUD Secretary Julian Castro

Find out what message Julian Castro, the former mayor of San Antonio, Texas and now Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, has for cities. He's one of the featured speakers at Smart Cities Week, Sept. 15-17 in Washington, D.C. The conference is sold out, but we'll post updates on this site and you can follow the action on Twitter at #smartcitiesweekDC

School District Cuts Energy Costs with Cloud Computing

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When a Massachusetts school district consolidated its summer school operations into one building officials were worried about sky high energy prices. But Microsoft's Azure cloud computing platform enabled them to manage their heating and cooling equipment and cut costs. Learn more in this case study.

Smart Buildings Summit 2015 in Mumbai

Smart Cities Council India is supporting the Smart Buildings Summit 2015 being hosted by the ASAPP Media Information Group in Four Seasons Hotel, Mumbai on August 21st, 2015. Smart buildings are those where information technology is used to integrate all aspects of the building, like lighting, comfort and security, and provide an enhanced living experience for the occupants. Smart buildings are an inevitable component of smart cities as they a go a long way in improving the quality of life of the citizens, which, in turn, is the crux of smart city creation.

May 20-22, 2015: Berlin

Smart Cities Council joins forces with Metropolitan Solutions, one of Europe's premier events focused on issues confronting cities. Featuring 12 high-profile international conferences and a trade show, participants will hear and see the latest on urban mobility, energy supply, water supply/quality, building installations and urban safety/security.

March 23-24, 2015: Smart Cities Now Forum

Hosted by Envision Charlotte and Charlotte, North Carolina Mayor Daniel Clodfelter, the Council will hold its quarterly forum focused on innovative technologies that are making cities smarter and improving their livability, workability and sustainability. The invitation-only gathering of Council partners, advisors and guests will be held on the University of North Carolina campus in Charlotte.

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