According to researchers around the world, there is increasing momentum from some of the world’s most innovative universities to align curriculum, research and overall mission to city development that specifically focuses on technology-based systems and services. In other words, progressive higher education is linking itself more than ever to the Internet of Everything.Read More
The desire for new-era connectivity continues to meet the limitation of present-day funding in many of the nation’s municipalities, according to a report due out today regarding the country’s ongoing smart-city initiativesRead More
Colleges are offering new classes, degrees and certifications to help train the smart city workforce of the future. Continuing education is also an option.
This year’s bid by San Francisco and UC Berkeley to win the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Smart City Challenge failed, but the momentum generated by the collaboration has resulted in an agreement between the city and the university to continue to explore innovative urban transportation options, and ways that technology can improve city life in general.Read More
San Diego has previously been better known for being the headquarters of Qualcomm and the US Navy and Marine Corps , the latter employing more than 130,000 people across the city and home to the largest concentration of military in the world.Read More