A “smart city” is one that gathers data from digital sources, like sensors, cameras, energy meters, and other devices, and uses this to manage resources and make decisions. All of this real-time data then needs to be integrated, analyzed, and often shared in an online portal or app.
In this week’s podcast (the final of the season), @mapgirll and I talk about the benefits and challenges of smart cities. We go over real examples, and how cities are using real-time data to improve urban services, sustainability, and more.
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Links to stuff we talked about:
- eBook: Open Data
- Article: Building your own open data portal
- Presentation: Urban information modeling (virtualcitySYSTEMS)
- Presentation: 3D cities (con terra)
- Blog: Iowa DOT
- Blog: FME UC 2017 Hackathon
Tiana WarnerTiana is a Senior Marketing Specialist at Safe Software. Her background in computer programming and creative hobbies led her to be one of the main producers of creative content for Safe Software. Tiana spends her free time writing fantasy novels, riding her horse, and exploring nature with her rescue pup, Joey.