The Intelligent Community Forum named the world’s Smart21 Communities of 2016. The list includes eight communities from Canada, five communities from Taiwan, two communities from the United States, two communities from Australia, and one community each from Germany, The Netherlands, New Zealand and Sweden. This group of communities will now be in contention for the designation of Intelligent Community of the Year in June 2016.
The Intelligent Community Forum (ICF) named Columbus, Ohio, USA as the 2015 Intelligent Community of the Year, in Toronto, Canada host city for the global awards program.
London remains the undisputed leader in the rankings of the smartest cities in the world. It is followed by New York, which grabbed second place, and Seoul, in third. Rounding out the top 10, we see five other European cities — Paris, Amsterdam, Vienna, Geneva and Munich — and two Asian ones — Tokyo and Singapore, the latter of which
The Intelligent Community Forum today named the world’s Smart21 Communities of 2015. The Smart21 Communities of 2015 is comprised of five communities from the United States, four communities from Australia, four communities from Taiwan, three communities from Canada, and one community each from Brazil, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kenya and New Zealand.
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) published a new standard (ISO 37120:2014) in order to help cities to assess their performance and measure progress overtime, with the ultimate goal of improving quality of life and sustainability. The standard’s uniform approach will enable cities to seamlessly compare where they stand in relation to other cities.
The intelligent Community Forum (ICF) opened nominations for the 2015 Awards Program. Communities large and small, urban and rural, in developing and industrialized nations are all invited to apply.
The 2014 Massachusetts Big Data Report: A Foundation for Global Leadership represents a foundational analysis of the regional Mass Big Data ecosystem and its position as a global leader in the expanding fields of big data, open data, and analytics. The report also seeks to provide an initial baseline understanding of the landscape of the Mass Big Data ecosystem and its challenges, opportunities, and strong potential for growth.