This weekend's mass shooting is an upsetting example of why public safety is highlighted within the four pillars of smart cities. Technologies are available to prevent senseless acts such as those that happened in Cincinnati this weekend, and we want to help usher in those solutions in short time in our smart cities, connected campuses, and advanced facilities throughout Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana.
Our organization has released a statement on the shooting from this weekend and will be speaking with elected and public officials about participating in the April Smart Cities Are Safe Cities event alongside business and academic leaders. Hamilton County Sheriff's Department, The City of Cincinnati Police Department, and other regional law enforcement entities will be invited.
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Join local, regional and national leaders at Union Hall on April 26th for the Second Annual Smart Cincy Summit! Explore the complete program, including the speaker line-up, panel discussions and smart planning workshops here and register today.
Ahead of the Second Annual Smart Cincy Summit, government, academic, business, and community leaders will meet to discuss moving forward together to build a smarter Greater Cincinnati Region with a focus on equity and problem solving. ‘Smart Cincy Community Day’ will happen on Wednesday, April 25th beginning at 530pm at the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments board room.
Smart Cincy is excited to welcome Jean Rice (BroadbandUSA, NTIA States Department of Commerce), Jess Kropczynski (University of Cincinnati), John Putnam (Cincinnati Bell), Edita Dolan-Mayo (Powernet) and Leigh Tami (City of Cincinnati) as part of the panel titled, Connecting Smart Cincy: Data-driven decisions to Bridge the Divide, at the second annual summit.
For the Second Annual Smart Cincy Summit, Smart Cincy is pleased to announce Brian Cobb from CVG, Mike Stanley from TransitX, and Dr. Kelly Cohen, Dr. Shaaban Abdallah and Dr. Heng Wei from the University of Cincinnati as speakers for the panel titled, Future Transportation: What's Next?
Smart Cincy is excited to announce that Dr. Mohammad "Mo" Shakouri will be joining us at the Second Annual Smart Cincy Summit! Representing Supercluster leadership from National Institute of Standards and Technology's Global City Teams Challenge, Dr. Mo Shakouri will lead the wireless portion of the Smart Planning Workshops.
Smart Cincy is pleased to welcome Arrow as a partner and sponsor for the Second Annual Smart Cincy Summit on Thursday, April 26th, 2018!
Smart Cincy is excited to welcome Spectrum Enterprise as a partner and sponsor for the Second Annual Smart Cincy Summit coming up Thursday, April 26th, 2018!
Smart Cincy is excited to welcome Robyn Bancroft (OKI Regional Council of Governments), Daryl Haley (Cincinnati Metro), Jiaqi Ma (University of Cincinnati) and Pete Metz (Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber of Commerce) as speakers for the second annual summit on the panel titled, Smart Cincy: Building the Internet of Transportation.
Northern Kentucky Innovation Network has been a partner of the Smart Cincy effort since the very beginning. We are excited to welcome them as a partner and sponsor for the Second Annual Smart Cincy Summit coming up Thursday, April 26th, 2018!