Earlier this week NSW Minister for Customer Service Victor Dominello MP launched the NSW Digital Twin, an open platform for visualising data in 4D overtime. The launch was attended by leading policy makers, practitioners, technologists and developers, who were shown the new platform which has initially launched for communities associated with the Western Sydney City Deal and Greater Parramatta to the Olympic Peninsula.
The CfDL currently has registrations of interest open for a Data Leadership Community of Practice. This will be a multi-sector online community with bi-monthly meetings providing networking, learning and discovery opportunities. This Community of Practice is offered to Smart Cities Council members and members of the Local Government Smart Cities Network.
We are delighted to share with you our 2020 Strategy for the region, providing information on our goals, enablers and core programs.
A new report claiming to place Australia’s local governments “under the smart city microscope” has been called out for its lack of rigour by the Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand (SCCANZ).
The Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand launched the Centre for Data Leadership after more than three years of listening and learning about the role of data in generating insights for cities, and how this can accelerate greater liveability, workability and sustainability in our communities.
The Smart Cities Council has released a summary of its 2019 award winners, demonstrating the breadth and depth of the incredible work being advanced by the public sector, and their private sector and academia partners.
Entering its third year, Smart Cities Week Australia 2020 will deliver yet again the largest dialogue-based gathering of smart cities leaders across the region. Join us in Melbourne, 26-28. Save the date!
Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand welcomes two new staff to its ranks. Jannat Maqbool joins as our Director for New Zealand, and Zanthea Chulio takes on the role of Cities Engagement Associate based in Brisbane.
Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand is the regions leading smart cities knowledge partner and networking facilitator. Whether you’re seeking government only peer-to-peer networking, or multi-sector project discovery opportunities, SCCANZ has opportunities to build your knowledge, network and create projects.
The 2020 Global Readiness Challenge is the result of many years of hard work including analysis of city needs, challenge design, outreach campaigns and over 45 workshops in North America alone. In this process we learned that face to face interactions at workshops and conferences, while essential in the learning process, failed to accelerate actual project planning.