At our inaugural virtual town hall meeting on Tuesday 4th August, we brought together some of the region's leading policy makers and practitioners to reflect on the smart cities agenda over the past 5 years. After a reflection on the past, and a review of the now, here’s what our guests ‘signed off’ with in terms of some insights about what might be next.
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.
A serial disruptor, a government visionary, an emerging leader and a world-leading council are among the winners of the inaugural 2018 Australian Smart Cities Awards.
In the lead up the Smart Cities Week the Smart Cities Council Emerging Innovators are reflecting on the four themes: connected, aware, accelerate and compassion. This week’s post on the theme of ‘accelerate’ from Emerging Innovator Angela Chan looks at the three factors of workability, liveability and sustainability that will accelerate how we are shaping cities of the future.
Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand (SCCANZ) today announced that Buddy Platform Ltd (Buddy), a leading Internet of Things and smart cities business, has joined the Council as Innovation Partner.
The announcement coincided with Buddy’s participation in this week’s Future Street exhibition, a smart city installation in Sydney supported by SCCANZ, the Internet of Things Alliance and the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects.
The Edison Electric Institute (EEI) and the Smart Cities Council today announced a multi-pronged partnership to encourage smarter, more resilient, sustainable cities. EEI will join the Council as a Global Lead Partner.
This year, the conference theme is “Disruptive Innovation” and it will be bringing the newest and freshest innovations in products and services, making sure they are in the best position to lead New Zealand into a new era of energy productivity and carbon management.
Join IPWEA in Australia’s world class city, Brisbane, 14-17 March at the 3rd International Street Lighting + Smart Controls Conference – the road lighting conference at which you can learn first-hand from the experts who are managing the world’s largest LED retrofits. Meet the people who could help you design, construct and finance the project, and manage and underwrite the risk. Network with lighting engineers and project managers who are introducing the new technologies to New Zealand and Australia.