The highly interconnected smart city that is evolving is built on having real-time data openly available and capable of being shared across
Smart cities will be composed of numerous smart elements that must work together. Additionally, different cities themselves must
Smart city infrastructure that is capable of pulling data from multiple sources is ideal. However, cities can benefit from smart city
Rutgers University and the New Jersey DOT will monitor data from new automotive sensors to launch initiatives to improve traffic management and protect …
The people-centric internet has created incalculable innovation and societal change. Expect nothing less from the Internet's next machine-centric
One of a smart city control center’s most useful features is its ability to serve as an Early Warning System (EWS) and quickly act on its own EWS …
Businesses and government entities are using smart city technologies to improve targeted operational areas such as traffic management, waste management, …
Recent research found many metro areas reporting a return-on-investment from smart city
Using IoT and smart sensors, waste management companies can increase operational efficiency, cut costs, and enhance customer satisfaction.
A flood management effort uses numerous data streams to calculate real-time maps of current and upcoming flooding.