Cities all over the world are using sensors for a variety of applications, from air quality monitoring to traffic management. But the city of Christchurch is going about it in a very big way. Read on to learn more.
Which comes first: the technology or the people? While many cities start with the tech and think about what they could do with it, Melbourne is finding success by trying the opposite.
Fuelled by some strategic national policy in Australia), the local smart cities market place is in overdrive. From government to industry associations, from policy makers to practitioners, your voice is wanted.
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Smart city projects are often conceived on a broad city-wide scale. But many local Australian authorities are working at the community and neighborhood levels. And that smaller scale requires a different set of strategies.
India's Academy of Highway Engineers has partnered with the University of New South Wales to assess and support smart transportation innovations and look into future market possibilities. Read on to learn more.
Mercer has just released its 19th annual Quality of Living survey and in it there’s incredible news for Australia and New Zealand. There’s also an incredible opportunity to improve. See why.
Could your smart city initiative use a second look from an independent panel of experts? Learn how the Smart Cities In-Review process can help you be sure you are on the right track.
New Zealand’s smart sensors nearly cover the range of the human senses and a new initiative that brings together work in various cities could make the country a leader in research. Learn how.
It's not hard to get caught up in the technologies that make smart cities work and forget they need to be interoperable and secure. Our story shares insights into why those qualities are critical for smart city success.