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Report - What Government does with Things

How can IoT vendors, tight-fisted governments, and you work together to invest in IoT for the city?

Get this report to learn the most important trends in smart cities technology and their effects to help you work with IoT vendors and tight-fisted government stakeholders effectively.

Report - The World's Top 10 Smart City Projects

Companies and local authorities are harnessing technology to make our cities smarter, safer, and more efficient worldwide. Here's a look at ten of the best.

Don't miss your chance to meet cities mentioned in the report like Boston, San Diego, and Kansas City that will be attending and speaking at the upcoming show.

Report - Driving Smart City Innovation with Open Sensor Data: 5 Lessons Learned (sponsored by OpenDataSoft)

Learn the 5 strategies you need to use in your smart city innovation blueprint, and finally capitalize on your open sensor data with this 27-page whitepaper.

Smart Cities Summit Attendee List

A sneak peek into who you will meet.

At the show, you'll get the opportunity to partner with the best in the smart city space to figure out how to drive innovation through increased connectivity in the city. Get the attendee list to see who you will meet.

Analysis - How Donald Trump's Presidency Will Affect Smart City Progress in the US

Trump's ascendancy to the White House has already sent global financial markets haywire, and, by the time the President-elect has blossomed into full-blown President, it's tough to think of an international industry that won't be in some way affected.

Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor of IoT World News, goes into how he expects Donald Trump to impact smart city development in the US.

Speaker Interview - Chief Smart City Officer: A Must-Have For All Future-Focused cities

Making the transition from city to smart city is a slow and disorganized affair, more often than not.

In this interview, we caught up with Torri Martin who handles strategy for all of Atlanta's smart city projects as director of SMARTATL – a division within the Atlanta Information Management (AIM) department - to learn more on how to get over this.

Speaker Interview - Is Boston the World's Most-Citizen Centric Smart City?

As the CIO for the City of Boston, Jascha Franklin-Hodge focuses heavily on solving the everyday problem of his fellow Bostonians through the use of smart city technology.

In this interview, we caught up with Jascha to discuss what a smart city should look like, whose responsibility is to pay for it, and what smart city projects Boston has underway.