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In December 2015, we launched our Smart City Challenge, asking mid-sized cities across America to develop ideas for an integrated, first-of-its-kind smart transportation system that would use data, applications, and technology to help people and goods move more quickly, c
The U.S. Department of Transportation's Smart City Challenge has generated tremendous excitement and fresh, innovative ideas from cities around the country. In March, USDOT narrowed down the competition to seven finalists.
Kansas City was a top-seven finalist for the “Smart City Challenge” grant offered by the U.S. Department of Transportation. While we did not win the grant, our application has become a blueprint for future smart city innovations that will become reality as we activate public-private partnerships and locate funding from different sources.
Columbus competed against 77 cities nationwide to win the Smart City Challenge in 2016. With $40 million from the U.S. Department of Transportation and $10 million from Vulcan, Inc., a Paul G. Allen Company, we won a very important job.
An initiative to connect with Citizens to get innovative ideas for making Nagpur a smart city.
Eventbrite - LUS Fiber, US Ignite & Smart City Partners presents LUS Fiber Smart City Challenge - Thursday, April 26, 2018 | Friday, April 27, 2018 at Lafayette Science Museum, Lafayette, LA.
What’s your bright idea to build a smart city? Help the City of Vancouver win a $50 million prize from the Government of Canada!
Google (GOOG +1%) teams with the American Medical Association (AMA) to help startups come up with the “best new ideas for fostering data sharing from health monitoring devices.” The three best ideas submitted to the Google-AMA challenge will get a combined $50K Google Cloud credit. The AMA ...
We are developing a new Smart City approach to harness new technologies which will enable us to develop and deliver services that enhance quality of life and boost our economy
Congratulations to the 2017 Smarter Cities Challenge Winning Cities. The five cities will focus on issues related to social equity, economic development, emergency management and the environment.