Can AI help the homeless? A new project called Chalmers chatbot from Ample Labs and Ada aims to instantly connect Toronto’s homeless community with local resources like free meals, clothing banks, overnight shelters, and more. Throughout the course of its six months in beta testing, Chalmers has grown to support 700 users each month, providing […]
Sensoneo and Twilio IoT Smart Waste Monitoring Solution Sends Real-Time Data to Optimize Collections
Twilio, a cloud communications platform, will power its first commercial Narrowband IoT deployment in the United States by Sensoneo, a smart waste management solution provider. With ultrasonic, smart waste monitoring sensors, Sensoneo enables cities and businesses to make data-driven decisions and optimize waste collection, the company says. Sensoneo’s solution in the United States is enabled […]
The tech giant’s Sidewalk Labs wants to put up a “smart city” on Toronto’s waterfront, but common civilians and tech experts alike are concerned about privacy and surveillance.
Smart cities are quickly becoming a reality, with many cities around the globe introducing internet of things (IoT) devices into everyday operations in order to improve their communities. Check out some of the top smart cities in this infographic.
Knowledge of which solutions will help cities obtain the best connectivity will help decision makers build smart cities more effectively.
Wayfinding, traffic flow, public transportation information and other crucial needs for visitors are all incorporated into interactive SmartKiosk system.
The whitepaper from Georgia Tech smart city ecosystem to review situations in which emerging technologies bring about radical change to traditional business models and benefits to IoT users.
Cities aren’t just growing larger; they’re smartening up. The Harvard Business Review has a few tips on what companies are doing to digitize and how your business can successfully adapt.
In order to prepare for a future with smart roadways, city managers should consider their benefits, challenges, and understand how the technology will work.
The key to improved government relations might lie in a bond between cities, millennial ideals, and technology.