A View From the Trenches: City Leaders on Scaling Smart Communities
Communities seeking the benefits of "smart" connectivity are faced with difficult choices: what are the first steps? How do you integrate applications? Which vendors do you work with? What’s your budget? How do you manage public and private partnerships? In this discussion, city and county leaders tasked with scaling smart communities discuss the challenges and…
Bringing Smart City Applications Online
There are clear challenges facing our cities, and bringing smart city applications online, is a solution to those problems. But with so many different communication options, how should a city select the right communication technology? From TIA 2016, the Dell TIA NOW Studio will look into some of the more popular smart city applications, that…
Building a Better Building is Smart
What defines a smart building? How do smart buildings fit into smart communities? Is legacy infrastructure a problem? Join TIA NOW as we talk to Hugh Ujhazy, Associate VP for IoT and Telecommunications at IDC, about the architecture of the smart community.
CES Gets Smart
The buzz at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was about new developments in connectivity. Harry Smeenk, TIA’s VP of Programs, discusses how innovations in smart homes/communities, autonomous vehicles and AI changed this year’s CES from device focused to technology focused.
Cities and Citizens as Customers, with AT&T’s Mike Zeto
What is a Smart City? And what unique challenges are met when cities and citizens become customers? Mike Zeto, GM and Executive Director of AT&T Smart Cities, discusses what makes making cities "smart" – a broad and complex challenge.
Connect What Matters: IoT in a Smart City
Dell’s moniker for Mobile World Congress 2016 is “ Connect What Matters,” and for good reason. Connecting M2M industrial devices has quickly advanced into critical applications in smart cities, connecting infrastructures like bridges and dams. But now there are new solutions in the smart city that are benefiting from IoT technologies and a new technology…
Connectivity Infrastructure for the Smart Living Environment
Will Barkis, Senior Technology Analyst at Orange and Anton Monk, VP Strategic Alliances and Standards at Cohere discuss the requirements of infrastructure to support smart cities and how the industry can support and guide cities towards an effective plan on transitioning to a smart city.
Everything IoT: How Wireless Enables Connected Communities
For a policy-based State of the Union on smart cities, we talk to Melissa Tye of Verizon and Paul Schomburg of Panasonic. They cover a wide range of topics including the implications of the upcoming DIGIT Act, municipal infrastructure beyond wireless service, the benefits communities will see from these services and more.
IEC Systems Committee – Smart Cities
Smart Cities enable more sustainable, reliable, efficient and resilient city services such as electric, water, waste, recycling, transportation and education while and fostering greater civic engagement and awareness. The goals of the IEC Systems Committee – Smart Cities Technical Advisory Group include infrastructure resilience, safety and support for citizen’s engagement and participation. There are three…
Next Stop, Smart City
The city of the future is on the way. It will be safer, more efficient and easier to maneuver because of data-rich technology. TIA NOW’s Clarence Reynolds speaks with Mike Zeto, GM and Executive Director of AT&T Smart Cities, about big steps made in the quest for smarter cities.
NIST Releases Cybersecurity and IoT Frameworks
Chris Greer, Senior Executive of Cyber Physical Systems at The National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST), tells TIA NOW how frameworks and common standards can enable applications in verticals like smart cities. Find out about NIST’s Global City Teams Challenge, as Greer talks about its benefits from interoperability to replicability.
PARTNER EVENT: DC5G: The Path to Commercialization
DC5G is the one event that represents the entire 5G-connected ecosystem. Enterprise markets, local municipalities, telcos, industry experts, satellite service providers, device manufacturers, federal policy makers and innovative adopters will gather for the second year to learn about the potential of the next generation of connectivity.