The Smart Cities Council ANZ Readiness Challenge is almost here...
A multi-community information technology collaboration on street lighting, traffic management and public safety is expected to yield numerous benefits for citizens and reduce operating costs for their local governments. Watch the video to learn how.
Data is essential for smart city operations, but how it's stored is often neglected. In our story we take a look at what a resilient, energy-efficient data centre should look like and the benefits it can provide for smart cities.
City leaders who want to move their smart city agendas forward now have the opportunity to make meaningful progress: SCCANZ's Smart Cities Readiness Challenge. It will be launching very soon, so click to learn more about this exciting opportunity.
Accenture is the latest organisation to join the world’s largest network of ‘smart cities’ companies supporting the liveability, workability and sustainability of cities in a rapidly digitised world.
Australia's sky high energy prices and an abundance of sunlight are among the factors that nudged the country into an era of significant renewable energy spending. Now homeowners have a tool to help them decide for themselves if rooftop solar is an investment they should make.
Australia's first dedicated smart cities awards program continues to build momentum with the announcement of the Awards Jury and the award categories today. Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand (SCCANZ) announced in 2017 its intention to facilitate the awards program, with the reception now confirmed to be hosted during Smart Cities Week in Sydney on Tuesday 30th October 2018.
Maintaining a connection to a changing community's past, its cultural and historical identity, can be challenging. But many of today's current and emerging technologies can help ensure that connection remains intact. Guest author David Batchelor explains.
The Council is taking a different approach with our inaugural Smart Cities Week Australia conference. Read on for a quick rundown on what you can expect.
Australian telecom Telstra has turned on what is said to be the world's first 5G-enabled Wi-Fi hot spots available to the public as part of an evaluation of its next generation technology. Click for details and why it's such an important development for smart cities.