Govlaunch Podcast Ep. 70: Michael Pegues, CIO of Aurora, IL
Michael Pegues from Aurora, Illinois joins us to discuss the city's ongoing journey to become a regional technology hub.
6 Tips for creating a culture of innovation in your city
In order for real, sustained change to happen in local government, there needs to be a deeply rooted culture of innovation throughout the agency. We dive into 6 pieces of advice from London Ontario's Director of Information Technology, Mat Daley.
Darwin takes a holistic approach to smart city technology
The Northern Territory capital has rolled out Australia’s largest smart city project, targeting public safety, environmental factors, and quality of life enhancements.
Innisfil, ON aims to become Canada’s Govtech hub
The rural community on the shores of Lake Simcoe just launched a prestigious startup accelerator, and has no plans to stop there.
Calgary launches city-wide wireless network to power IoT innovation
The city uses LoRaWAN technology to build Canada’s first large-scale IoT wireless network.
Marietta's citizen-centered sanitation app
The City of Marietta was awarded a 2019 Top 50 Smart City award for community engagement thanks to the work by their Sanitation and IT Departments, together with Recollect to deliver "Trash Talk" - a free app aimed at delivering easy access to information on collection days, while improving compliance with trash rules.
Macon-Bibb County redefines 'Smart City' with focus on open data – not tech
The county's award winning open data project places emphasis on transparency, citizen services, and staff training to embrace technology and make smarter, data-driven decisions at no additional cost.
Macon-Bibb County, GA
Boston turns to the RFI
Boston issues a request for information, seeking to understand the types of problems that its residents want to see addressed in smart city projects.