smart cities

Coursera TechniCity On-Line Course Announcement

Join ex Planning Technology Division President and Professor Jennifer Evans-Cowley @EvansCowley) (Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Administration, Professor of City and Regional Planning, College of Engineering, The Ohio State University) in a new on-line course–TechniCity (click the link, review the class, register)–on smart cities and associated technology to be held in May. Learn not only

Smart City Progress & Resources for the SF Bay Area

(cross post-SF Environment newsletter): Why smart cities? According to climate strategist Boyd Cohen, smart cities use information and communication technologies to be more intelligent and efficient in the use of resources, resulting in cost and energy savings, improved service delivery and quality of life, and reduced environmental footprint – all supporting innovation and the low-carbon

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