Councils get smarter with data

Digital tools such as smart contracts and data-commons licenses are letting citizens share data on their own terms.

Safety in the age of the smart city

How do we construct and manage cities so that everything, and everyone, flows smoothly today and in the future – particularly ensuring a city’s resilience after a major incident, unplanned event or emergency?

Major new report compares Australia’s cities

The Australian Government has released its first National Cities Performance Framework. It is a major report that provides a snapshot of the productivity and progress of Australia’s largest 21 cities, including Western Sydney. The Government says it is the first official framework of its kind in Australia and “brings together critical data on our cities […]

First Smart Cities funding announced

Darwin to get ‘switched on’ The Australian Government has made its first grants under its Smart Cities and Suburbs Program. The grants are to Darwin to ‘switch on’ the city, and to a number of smaller projects in Perth. The program, announced in March 2017 has earmarked $50 million for projects across Australia, with 40 […]

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