The 'One Minute Read' series provide a range of insights from leadership cities as well as programs and frameworks to help accelerate smart cities throughout the ASEAN region.
From April to November 2020 we will be delivering the the regions leading knowledge sharing and collaborative project planning series of activities for smart cities.
A new Digital Twin resource hub for Australia and New Zealand has been launched to help promote the benefits of Digital Twin technology in helping activate data and create value for policy makers, practitioners, researcher’s, and the community.
This Guidance Note provides an overview of Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) for Cities, and outlines the fundamentals, benefits and key steps in undertaking a PIA. It is intended to assist local governments in managing privacy around new projects and initiatives.
Smart Cities Council is a member-driven network of the world’s leading companies providing smart technologies to the public sector. We are currently accepting new partners. Click to learn more about the benefits of partnering with us.
The Smart Cities Council launched today the first series of a new resource - the Smart Cities Info Cards. These cards are short and succinct knowledge resources to support awareness raising and building the capacity of government stakeholders and community members seeking to further engage in smart cities.
Could cities benefit from a Declaration of Data Leadership? Discuss....
The SDG's are a resource that is guiding our work - our project planning, shaping our dialogue and influencing our content creation. With a commitment to produce a report on the implementation of the SDG's, Australia and New Zealand are advancing various activities to engage with industry, academia and the community to deliver on this commitment. Join us in embracing the SDG's as a framework for smart cities action and investment in 2020 and beyond.
Earlier this week NSW Minister for Customer Service Victor Dominello MP launched the NSW Digital Twin, an open platform for visualising data in 4D overtime. The launch was attended by leading policy makers, practitioners, technologists and developers, who were shown the new platform which has initially launched for communities associated with the Western Sydney City Deal and Greater Parramatta to the Olympic Peninsula.
The Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand launched the Centre for Data Leadership after more than three years of listening and learning about the role of data in generating insights for cities, and how this can accelerate greater liveability, workability and sustainability in our communities.