Nominate a Smart Cities leader in Greater Cincinnati
At the Smart Cincy Summit
guests received 3D printed key chains, and winners received 3D printed awards that were created in real-time during the event. It was all made possible by the prodigy Andrew H from Lebanon, OH.
Smart Cincy Regional Leadership Awards
Now it's your chance to recognize a leader helping make our neighborhoods and region smart. Nominations are now open for the Smart Cincy Regional Leadership Awards (winners to be announced at the Smart Regions Conference on October 25th.)
Who is eligible?
Residents and employees in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana working to create a more workable, livable region. Previous award winners include Nexigen's Jon Salisbury (Smart City Leadership Award,) Hamilton Mill's Antony Seppi, CONFLUENCE's Melinda Kruyer, City of Cincinnati's Leigh Tami, and Startup Cincy's Bjorn Simmons. More details coming soon.
How do I make a nomination?
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*National and international awards at the event are not open for nomination on this page. Contact us for more details.
Cincinnati City Manager Harry Black penned a white paper on the success of the city's Office of Performance and Data Analytics. At the Smart Cincy Summit this Spring, the Regional Working Group awarded each member of the office's staff with leadership and accomplishment awards.
Northern Kentucky leaders including the Mayor of Newport KY Jerry Peluso, County Commissioner Tom Lampe, and Executive Director of the Regional Smart Cities Initiative Zack Huhn meet with USDOT, state DOT, and regional leaders from OKI about integrating bikeable solutions into smart city transportation planning as they pass through Newport KY. Yay Bikes! hosted the smart city bike tour.
It's your chance to recognize a leader helping make our neighborhoods and region smart. Nominations are now open for the Smart Cincy Regional Leadership Awards (winners to be announced at the Smart Regions Conference on October 25th.)
Mayor Cranley also joined ‘Mayors for 100 percent Clean Energy’ committing Cincinnati city government to move to 100 percent clean and renewable energy by 2035.
Just this month the City of Lawrenceburg joined Newport, KY and Avondale, OH - a neighborhood in Cincinnati, OH to complete the tri-state connectivity cluster foundation. It's a small step, but an important one as connectivity is the foundational layer upon which all smart city solutions can scale.
Last year Cincinnati MSD (Metropolitan Sewer District) began planning smart sewers, and that effort has already proven monumental in impact that couldn't have come a moment too soon.
Smart Cities use technology as a tool to create equitable outcomes for people. The Smart Cincy Summit, IEEE, Venture Smarter, and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will host the Smart Cincy Inclusion Breakfast ahead of the Smart Cincy Summit on April 25th.