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Education and Workforce Development in Smart Cities and Regions

Education and Workforce Development in Smart Cities and Regions

Smart Cincy is grateful to have had Michael Beck - Smart Cincy Advisor and Founder of Code For Kids - as well as Derick Lee - who is from the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Global City Teams Challenge (GCTC) Education Supercluster - lead an afternoon workshop at the second annual Smart Cincy Summit!

Resilience: Risk Assessment and Mitigation in Smart Cities & Regions

Resilience: Risk Assessment and Mitigation in Smart Cities & Regions

Smart Cincy was pleased to have Mitchell Kominsky (Venture Smarter), Jeremy Faust (5/3 Bank), Nicollette Statton (City of Cincinnati), Oliver Kroner (City of Cincinnati) and Scott Tousley (Department of Homeland Security, Science & Technology) participate in the second annual summit on the panel titled, Resilience: Risk Assessment and Mitigation in Smart Cities & Regions.

Future Transportation: What’s Next?

Future Transportation: What’s Next?

For the Second Annual Smart Cincy Summit, Brian Cobb from CVG, Mike Stanley from TransitX, Dr. Kelly Cohen and Dr. Shaaban Abdallah from the University of Cincinnati and Thea Walsh from the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission joined us for a panel discussion titled, ‘Future Transportation: What's Next?'

Connecting Smart Cincy: Data-driven decisions to Bridge the Divide

Connecting Smart Cincy: Data-driven decisions to Bridge the Divide

Smart Cincy thanks 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) for joining us at the second annual summit to discuss ‘Connecting Smart Cincy: Data-driven decisions to Bridge the Divide.’

Improving public safety and resilience in smart, connected communities

Improving public safety and resilience in smart, connected communities

Michael Dunaway and Dean Skidmore - who represent the Public Safety Supercluster in National Institute of Standards and Technology's Global City Teams Challenge (GCTC) - call upon Cincinnati to formally join their collaborative efforts in improving public safety and resilience within smart connected communities.

The City of Newport takes steps to be the first smart city in the midwest

The City of Newport takes steps to be the first smart city in the midwest

The City of Newport, smartLINK (powered by Nexigen,) and Regional Smart Cities partners have taken steps to deploy the first smart city solutions in the midwest. Newport is home to the first smartLINK kiosks that will act as a foundational layer for smart planning throughout the region. Already, groups from University of Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky University, CONFLUENCE, and dozens of other private and public organizations are teaming up to tackle regional growth - collaboratively.