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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.
The City is seeking one or more Modular Sensor Systems that consists of integrated hardware and networking equipment that supports a suite of interchangeable Smart City sensors. The sensors shall be capable of providing security, environmental, and communication features based on...
LocationNew York City
The Transit Tech Lab seeks applications from companies to better predict subway incident impacts and serve customers. Solutions might include opportunities to analyze train arrival data, incident information and social media, leverage machine learning, develop predictive models, ...
LocationNew York City
NYCx is launching the NYCx Cybersecurity Moonshot Challenge to tackle the following question: How might we make every small and midsize business in New York City as resilient to cybersecurity attacks as a Fortune 500 company?
Due Currently Closed
The cities Vancouver and Surrey seek partners for the $50M Canada Smart City Challenge Grant. Submit your project proposal to join the team for their mobility challenge statement. "Surrey and Vancouver will implement Canada’s first two collision-free multi-modal transportation ...
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