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When Smart City Technology Meets the Bright Lights of Broadway, Magic Happens

By: Matthew Vulpis     11/18/2021

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. revealed plans to make New York's Times Square the epicenter of a brand new smart entertainment, hospitality, and retail experience, working with developer L&L Holding Company.

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In the Smart City, Transportation Innovation is a Team Sport

By: Matthew Vulpis     10/25/2021

NJ TRANSIT is vital to the state's economic and social well-being, as well as it's quality of life, supporting individuals, families, communities, businesses, and government agencies, and like so many other transportation corporations, had to address…

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IoT Monitoring Mexico City Water Quality and Supply

By: Maurice Nagle     9/28/2021

At an elevation of nearly 7,400 feet from sea level, Mexico City is one of the largest and oldest cities in the Americas. Founded in 1521, it was constructed on top of the ancient Aztec City of Tenochtitlan and serves as an epicenter of art, culture …

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Smart Cities Challenge Gets Proposed Re-START

By: Maurice Nagle     9/9/2021

Technological advancement is political party agnostic. Innovation isn't republican nor democrat, it is American. In 2015, the Department of Transportation launched the Smart Cities Challenge, and now Rep. Yvette Clarke (D-NY) is introducing legislati…

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Electrification of Federal Fleet Will Result in Reduced Emissions

By: Arti Loftus     8/24/2021

Early in 2018, Stanford University researchers carried out a national survey on the topic of climate change and global warming. Questions included belief in the existence of climate change, the causes, the impacts, and who should lead in addressing i…

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From the Biggest Cities To The Smallest Towns: Infrastructure Funding Will Make Connected Communities a Reality

By: Special Guest     8/24/2021

Today, with some of the largest cities in the United States of America on the verge of becoming smart cities, the heavy integration of various technologies throughout city infrastructure has been sizable. With a variety of proposals considered and im…

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Texas City Selects Ameresco for Smart Meter Infrastructure

By: Maurice Nagle     8/20/2021

Bellmead, Texas represents a trend taking utilities across the country by storm: smart meters. The city selected Ameresco to modernize its water metering infrastructure.

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Smarter Cities are Safer Cities: The Role of Resilient Communications in Responding to Emergencies

By: Matthew Vulpis     8/17/2021

Today, "smart cities" and the technology that helps develop them is one of the fastest-growing industries currently out there. In total, the global smart cities market is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 20 percent over the next five years, with …

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