The Smart Cities Council's work is fueled by data science and hands-on knowledge from working with cities globally. We offer data-directed opportunities for cities to solve common problems. Our data reveals that cities are keen to implement device and asset management projects. In this article, we tell you how and why. We also offer online city to city collaboration so cities can learn from each other.
All stakeholders want to efficiently deploy resources; therefore, the proper policies need to be in place at the federal, state and local levels to encourage more wireless broadband deployments and investment.
More than a tenth of Americans still don’t go online, a troubling figure that has the potential to widen the digital divide as cities invest more in digital services. From free tablets and small cells to tech education, here are some approaches cities are using to close the gap.
How easy does your city make it for people to get information or conduct business digitally? If your answer is “not very,” you’re in danger. Learn what generation Z expects of digital services and how some cities are preparing today.