A Smart City uses information and communication technology to improve operational efficiency, share information with the public, and provide a better quality of government service and citizen welfare.
Smart Cities use a variety of software, user interfaces, and communication networks alongside the Internet of Things (IOT) in order to deliver connected solutions for the public.
The most important of these is the IOT, a network of connected devices that communicate and exchange data.
We believe broadband plays a critical role in developing smart cities and communities. Broadband is the key in driving the expansion of smart technology and without the proper infrastructure, technology cannot reach its full potential.
Broadband will change how families, schools, businesses, and government can prosper. With the right infrastructure, we can enable a technologically driven future.
Looking for Smart City resources to peruse or subscribe to? The four resources to right are some of our favorite outlets for all things smart cities and technology. Click on the buttons to view the various smart city homepages and subscribe to their newsletters and updates.