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Alabama’s capital is perking up with new intelligent streetlights, free Wi-Fi, app-based parking management and more.

Montgomery is trying on these new technologies in its Smart City Living Lab downtown. The project — a public-p...

As we usher in a new year, the trends that shaped cities in 2018 are bound to have a ripple effect on the innovations that bloom in 2019. 

Now that dockless vehicles are a common offering in most metropolitan areas across t...

The Smart Cities movement, which looks for ways to find data-driven technological solutions to everyday urban challenges, is increasingly turning to artificial intelligence to deliver "services" to its residents—everything from...

December 5, 2018

Many cities today have ambitions of becoming the smart cities of tomorrow. But to achieve this, they need to overcome the challenges associated with mapping out a complex strategy that involves public and private participants,...

Last month, San Jose filed a lawsuit against the Federal Communication Commission's September order on “speeding broadband deployment.” More than 20 cities have done the same, and the U.S. Conference of Mayors, the National Lea...

Smart cities are brimming with potential but come with caveats.

A group of smart city experts spoke at a panel during the Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships recent national conference held in Toronto.

The group pick...

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