As 2019 draws to an end, I have taken a moment to reflect on our work.
This past week saw two milestone gatherings for Australia’s two largest City Deals. Can we draw on international best practice to shape sustainable growth for our major metropolitan areas?
The Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand (SCCANZ) invites government stakeholders at all levels to join our 5G Community of Practice. The Community of Practice will commence in February 2020, and registrations of interest are now open until Friday December 13.
As we say goodbye to another year of the Barcelona based Smart Cities Expo World Congress, we reflect on what we saw, said and heard at what is clearly the world’s leading gathering of smart cities policy makers, practitioners and solution providers.
The ASEAN Smart Urban Development Challenge open on 1st February 2020 NS will reward the best private sector urban developments, public sector planning and policymaking across South East Asia.
Four hundred delegates, 100 speakers, 50 cities, 30 sessions and six big lessons. Smart Cities Week 2019 brought together our entire ecosystem on both sides of the Tasman to road test ideas and engage in robust debate. So, what did we learn?
Australia has a $315 Billion opportunity over the next decade if it can accelerate investment in smart infrastructure and digital innovation. And to kick-start this digital transformation, might the City Deal's program in Australia provide a series of place-based catalysts?
In his keynote presentation to the New Zealand Association of Local Government Information Management annual conference, our Executive Director Adam Beck shares some views on tech and data to help create the best communities.
What are the burning issues that keep Jamye Harrison up at night? We checked in with Arcadis’ new Global Smart Cities Lead at Smart Cities Week.
Thirteen winners have been applauded for their visionary leadership, best practice projects and real-world impact at the second annual Smart Cities Awards.