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).
SCCANZ is compiling a Solutions Catalogue of people counting solutions that will support upcoming webinars and roundtables with other cities, industry and academia. Contribute, and join the discussion.
The first IoT Waikato event for 2021 was hosted as part of the international celebration of World IoT Day with attendees from across industry, local government, academia, the technology sector and members of the general public.
Moreton Bay Regional Council (MBRC) has become home to the highest number of certified Smart Cities Practitioners across the Australia and New Zealand region after more than 30 staff successfully completed the Smart Cities Practitioner Certificate foundation course, administered by the Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand.
The City of Darwin has been a leader in smart cities action and investment to deliver better outcomes for its businesses, residents and visitors. The City has continued taking steps to embrace technology and data as an ‘accelerator for good’ by developing an AI Quick Start Guide.
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Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand (SCCANZ) announced today that leading professional services company Jacobs had joined the peak body to support action and investment in digital solutions that advance sustainability outcomes in our cities, towns and communities.
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.
We believe that building Digital Twin capability can be one of the most powerful investments to bring our data to life and generate insights that will benefit people, planet and prosperity like never seen before. As such, SCCANZ is launching the 2021 Digital Twin Challenge - an 18 month program of activities focused around ten government projects, in collaboration with the private sector and Academia.
We view the Australia New Zealand region as the global epicentre for smart cities innovation, action and investment. Members of SCCANZ are primed, and have formed the We Build Smart Cities Alliance, to support their national and international peers.