Today, Infrastructure Australia releases the 2021 Infrastructure Plan, which highlights the envisioned pathway to Infrastructure Resilience as well as the 2021 Reform Priority List.
New Zealand has announced a global first today becoming the first nation in the world to have all of its local Council’s join the Smart Cities Council.
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Moves to see a thriving Digital Twin marketplace across Australia and New Zealand were revealed today with the release of a draft Blueprint, stewarded by the Smart Cities Council.
The Smart Cities Council has today announced the participating cohort in their 2021 Digital Twin Challenge, and the projects to be developed in the coming years.
Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand continues to grow its community with the announcement today that award winning architecture, landscape and project management practice Complete Urban (CU) has joined its membership ranks.
The Smart Cities Council has launched a fresh set of Future of Place engagement sessions as part of its ongoing project to identify the leading benchmarks for smart communities, precincts and places, this time hosting a series of virtual site tours.
Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand has announced its most recent member, Spatial Vision, an organisation working across geospatial and information technology, analytics, visualisation and consulting.
Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand (SCCANZ) has continued to grow its ecosystem of leaders shaping the future of our cities, regions, and communities with the announcement that global infrastructure firm AECOM has become its latest member.
The release of a ‘Connected Games Playbook’ setting our immediate recommendations for a South East Queensland hosted 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games is the blueprint the region needs to equip itself for fully participating in the digital economy, says the Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand (SCCANZ).