Place Design Group builds street of the future, Buddy wants to #FreeTheData and Deloitte is shaping innovation districts to power the economy
Data alone can't do much to help us achieve our smart city goals. That's why guest author Chris Isles of Council Associate Partner Place Design Group believes we need to create a 'data culture' around the outcomes and solutions data can provide for us rather than the data itself.
As the year comes to a close, it's a time for looking back and assessing what we've accomplished. For the Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand 2017 was a hectic but very productive year. It was a year of new partnerships and collaboration, working with cities on their smart city plans and technology investments — and much more.
Aurecon brings digital to build resilience in award winning project, Delos Delata is preparing cities for smart cities investment and Arrow teams up to monetise the Internet of Things
KPMG will take you through a smart cities maturity assessment, Arcadis shines spotlight on how Australia moves and PCSG on a Digital Built Australia.
The peak body for smart cities in Australia and New Zealand has announced the establishment of a network for young emerging innovators, an initiative seeking to drive emerging leadership within the smart cities movement in Australia and New Zealand.
The Smart Cities Council Emerging Innovators is a network of cross-discipline young leaders building the smart cities movement.
With a successful driverless bus trial under their belts, the RAC of Western Australia, the state government and their vehicle manufacturing partner are taking another step forward: trials of driverless cars that will provide on-demand transportation services like those offered by Uber and Lyft.
As part of our continued showcasing of smart cities leaders across the region, we caught up with Buddy Platform’s Marketing Manager, Beth Worrall. During the interview, we touched on everything from the smart building movement, IoT equity and climate change. A summary of our conversation is presented in this article.
This article takes a look at a series of events run in New Zealand the week of 20th November 2017, hosted by the Telecommunications Users Association of New Zealand. This article is reproduced with the permission of its author, Craig Young, the CEO of TUANZ.