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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, cheaply, and efficiently.
The Smart City Challenge leverages data, technology and innovative ideas to spur large-scale change. The U.S. DOT has awarded Columbus, Ohio, up to $40 million to bring its vision to life, and Vulcan will contribute up to $10 million in funding and support. Learn more about the Challenge.
The Itron Smart City Challenge will bring together leading IoT developers from across Europe to tackle a set of key business and societal challenges. These challenges will be designed by city leaders with the goal of identifying breakthrough solutions that enhance citizen wellbeing, improve operational efficiency and build more resourceful ...
Smart City Challenge hackathon predstavlja mjesto gdje se studenti, programeri, poduzetnici i dizajneri zainteresirani za stvaranje svog grada boljim mjestom, mogu okupiti u multidisciplinarnim timovima kako bi zajednički izgradili inovativna rješenja za pametnije gradove.
Smart City Challenge is a competition in developing solutions to challenges in urban development and contributes to reaching the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals in cities and communities. FROM IDEA TO CONCEPT IN 48 HOURS.
Of the smart city ideas submitted by residents in both Edmonton, Alberta and Montréal, Québec, as part of Canada’s Smart Cities Challenge, 42% of Edmonton residents and 25% of Montréal residents pitched smart city projects directly related to improvements in urban mobility.
Winning City Proposals in Round 3; Winning Cities in Round 2 (in order of merit) size:( 0.16 MB) Winning City Proposals in Round 2; Ranking of Fast Track Cities size:( 0.16 MB) Winning City Proposals of Fast Track Cities; Ranking of Smart Cities after Stage-II of Competition size:( 4.3 MB) Winning City Proposals in Round 1 of City Challenge
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.
The Smart Cities Challenge is a competition open to all municipalities, local or regional governments, and Indigenous communities (First Nations, Inuit, and Métis) across Canada. This Challenge will empower communities across the country to address local issues their residents face through new partnerships, using a smart cities approach.