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THE FOUR PILLARS

The four pillars of smart planning are vital to the success of Smart Cities and the Regional Smart City Initiative. While each is important in its own way, the four are interdependent.  

 

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Connectivity

More than just a pillar, Connectivity is the foundation of smart planning. Internet of Things sensors rely on their ability to transmit data in real time, which aid in smart planning decisions. Furthermore, connectivity has become a utility, equal in importance to gas and electricity. The Internet is making our world smaller, connecting our rural communities to our urban cores, and creating jobs along the way.

 

Mobilitiy

Improvements to our existing physical transportation infrastructure are necessary to accommodate population growth and business needs. But mobility is about more than getting from place to place; it’s about providing access to education and job training, advancing careers and growing businesses.

 

Security

Physical and cybersecurity are equally important in a connected region. IoT-provided data can identify problem areas and guide law enforcement strategies, while state-of-the-art encryption and active network surveillance protect our businesses, schools, municipal networks, and IoT sensors from malicious intrusions.

 

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Sustainability

By being mindful of sustainability during the construction of new buildings and the implementation of other Smart Cites solutions, we can reduce costs while protecting our natural resources and improving quality of life. Sustainable practices provide benefits across all sectors, from agriculture to heavy industry, from residential to commercial and everywhere in between.

 

 

OUR FOCAL POINTS

We want to time-compress smart implementations including considerations of next generation infrastructure projects to help create a global model for regional, smart growth.
 

Smart Cincy
 
  • Revitalizing main street America starting with connectivity solutions in rural, suburban, and urban areas.
  • Encouraging sustainable practices in key sectors from Energy to agriculture.
  • Considering available solutions for smart land use and managed congestion.
  • Promoting economic development and emerging innovations.
  • Promoting economic development and emerging innovations.
  • Enabling healthy cities and sustainable food systems.
  • Initiating Regional collaborations among municipal, county, state, federal, and private interests.
  • Accessing available grants and leveraging available resources.
  • Supporting clean water and clean air initiatives.
  • Auditing and improving public safety and cyber-security.
  • Improving access to education and job training.
  • Replacing, improving, and creating government digital systems and policies.
  • Exploring nextgen infrastructure and transportation solutions.