Author: Julie Johnson

Foxconn Technology Group, a Taiwan based company and often termed as a futuristic employer, has announced a Smart Cities-Smart Futures Challenge in Wisconsin. The announcement was made in the University of Wisconsin-Parkside campus and the company hopes that the faculty and students will help Foxconn...

It was a nerdy idea. The term smart city originally meant little beyond using much more information technology IT. However, new IDTechEx Research report, Smart City Opportunities: Infrastructure, Systems, Materials 2019-2029 reveals that much more dramatic changes are both required and possible and humans will...

Smart cities are providing various sectors with new opportunities, and not just those associated with tech. The smart city revolution shall affect all business sectors, and they have to be ready for it. With enhanced street infrastructure, 5G and IoT implemented into office spaces, smart cities are...

Smart Cities Connect is where the smart cities community meets. We provide meaningful content and connect a thoughtful community of decision-makers to empower smart cities at all stages of growth.  We accelerate the adoption of smart technology solutions, aid in problem solving, and amplify city resources...

Futurists, visionaries and tech companies for years have painted a captivating picture of smart cities — communities that leverage technology to make citizen’s lives easier and totally connected.Take Baltimore for example. The city has partnered with Ecube Labs to deploy trash bins that notify garbage...