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Building a Data Marketplace: 6 Fundamental Principles of the CTM I3 Platform

Jerry Power and his team at the Institute of Communication Technology Management (CTM) were working on a presentation about the current trends in IoT when the University of Southern California posted an open call inviting everyone working on IoT projects to come together to discuss their research. When they attended the event, the room was

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Top 5 Wins for All Smart Cities

There are a few smart city projects out there that offer clear wins for any city. In this panel we heard suggestions from representatives of four cities, ranging in population from 45,000 to 1.2 million. If your city is looking to successfully dive into smart city projects, consider starting in one of these areas.  

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Five Biggest City Challenges

At the Smart City Innovation Accelerator at San Diego, representatives from cities and companies gathered to discuss smart city strategies and initiatives. Since each city has its own unique challenges and circumstances, in the very first panel session, participants passed the microphone so each could relay what they believe to be the number one problem

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Smart Energy

Utilities are fundamental to smart city initiatives, so if cities want to move forward with their smart city plans, more collaboration with utilities is needed. On the final day of the Innovation Accelerator, the group convened for a special panel session to hear about the benefits and challenges of cities and utility companies working closer

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The Smart City Playbook: Deep Dive into Traffic/Lighting Solutions

There is no single path to exploring and deploying smart city technology. In the panel ‘The Smart City Playbook: Deep Dive into Traffic/Lighting Solutions’ we heard from representatives from Pittsburg, San Diego and Portland about the process each city used to get their smart street light programs off the ground. Their answers highlight three different

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9 Realizations for City Officials to Consider After the 2018 Atlanta Cyber-Attack

In the first few months of 2018, nearly every tweet on the Department of Atlanta Information Management’s Twitter account referred to smart cities. The tweets were building up to a smart cities forum, where key players would discuss the city’s forward progress in smart city applications such as smart traffic, smart building & homes, energy

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