Population: 648,224 / Mayor Carolyn Goodman
The city of Las Vegas' charter for becoming a smart city is to provide safe, reliable and efficient civic technology that stimulates economic growth. The Innovation District in downtown Las Vegas serves as a proving ground for emerging technologies.
The city of Las Vegas has already invested in “smart” infrastructure, having charted a course to become a smart city by 2025. Within the Innovation District, the city is working quickly to create a place where intelligent transportation systems and smart technology operate seamlessly to provide services efficiently to its 650,000 residents and 42 million visitors.
Las Vegas is a proving ground for Autonomous Vehicles. Currently, Las Vegas is testing an autonomous shuttle in the city.
The Soofa Signs will provide Las Vegas riders with real-time shuttle updates and city-relevant content.
This project will provide a solid backbone for the safe assessment of CAVs, that use this area as a proving ground, and offers the capability of monitoring the performance of various technology deployments.
The city of Las Vegas holds the #1 ranking nation-wide from the U.S. Open Data Census, which measures openness of key data sets.
Open RFPs and Challenges
Due: August 22, 2018
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) is seeking to purchase remote chemical and radiological monitoring devices that are multi sensor, portable and rugged.