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Cycling to Smart CitiesSafety, Sustainability & Data!
TopicTransportation, Safety, Cycling
Partner(s)Smart Dublin, See.Sense
Dublin & See.Sense have created a real triple threat. While encouraging sustainable bicycle programs, Dublin partnered to use the See.Sense icon, a bike light that is also a sensor. In addition to keeping riders safe, their trips provide aggregate & anonymized data to the city about mobility, road conditions and cyclist safety.
Turn garbage trucks into sensorsEfficiently managing waste and recycling
TopicWaste Management, Recycling, Cost Saving
Partner(s)Rubicon Global and Atlanta Georgia
Atlanta outfitted their waste fleet with Rubicon's sensors & software to more efficiently respond to the city's needs. Beyond cost savings, this improves recycling rates, ensuring trucks are routed to the correct facilities only when full.
Multi-Modal Transportation ApplicationIntegrating multiple options into single trip
Partner(s)Greenline Technology and Vancouver
Greenline Technology, the City of Vancouver, local transit agencies, and various bike and car share companies created the Cowlines App, a free tool to show you the faster, most cost effective and most sustainable way to move around the city.
Chicago seeks proposals for conducting a citywide information technology assessment and strategic planning project to evaluate opportunities within the current environment and draft a strategic roadmap to align the City's IT efforts and goals.
The City seeks to partner with a firm for program management to provide a fully integrated suite of sensors, networks, and data and analytics platforms that will result in the City becoming the first true Smart City in the world.
Kansas City seeks a modern solutions and/or systems to optimize routes, minimize travel time, provide real-time fleet tracking, balance workload among vehicles, reduce fuel, driver, and maintenance costs, and contribute to the overall efficiency and effectiveness of the City prog...
LocationNew York City
NYCEDC seeks proposals to develop, launch, and operate the next iteration of the Digital Health Marketplace, including its Program and Website.
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