The Netherlands government is partnering in new ways with Dutch private enterprises and knowledge institutes, working collaboratively through a series of unique initiatives in support of international economic development.
Vancouver’s leaders pioneered the development of a smart and connected city.
Developers of planning software are increasingly turning to a collaborative “ecosystem” to enhance the capabilities, and foster the use, of tools that can help communities plan for an uncertain future.
The Mayor’s Office of Civic Innovation is looking at activating parts of SF in ways that similar to efforts aimed at digitally hacking the City.
Can we truly improve the ability of our human systems to adapt to disruptive change?
This workshop explores issues the ways that collaboration across sectors (civic, private, and public) is working to make cities more just, prosperous, equitable and sustainable.
What exactly do the practitioners — working on the front lines — think about the role of new technology, telematics, market demands, shifting consumer preferences, and the viability of new options for car sharing?
Jon Walton discusses how San Francisco has built a fiber network to link people and city agencies to each other.
Mayor Lee joins us to discuss the initiatives the City has launched to drive San Francisco’s sustainability and livability.