Action Clusters

There are more than 300 organizations participating in GCTC smart city technology projects, called Action Clusters. These participants include representatives from U.S. cities and states, major cities in other countries, government agencies, private companies, non-profits, universities, hospitals, and a variety of municipal-focused organizations. (More information to be added soon.)

Action ClusterMunicipal GovernmentsMembersTeam Lead NameSectorDescriptionExternal Web Site
A Smart Crime-Curbing SystemChattanooga, TNElectrical Power Board (EPB), Chattanooga Enterprise Center, CoLab, UTC Police, UTC CSE departmentLi Yang   
Abuja City Integrated Transportation SystemAbuja City, NigeriaNITDABernard Weich   
Advanced Flood Warning and Environmental Awareness System for the City of Rohnert Park (AFWEAR) - IoT BasedCity of Rohnert Park CA, City of Santa Rosa CA, Sonoma County CA Board of SupervisorsSonoma County Water Agency, Center for Environmental Inquiry, Sonoma State University Engineering Science Department, Sonoma State University Facilities, Intel, IBM, Dew Mobility- a division of Dew Software Inc.Shivakumar Mathapathi, Farid Farahmand   
Air Quality Monitoring in LondonGreenwich Borough (UK)Greenwich Borough, GSMA, Telefonica, Everimpact, Ordnance Survey, NECMathieu Carlier The Greenwich Borough is deploying an Air Pollution monitoring solution to improve air quality for its citizens.www.everimpact.org
Air Quality Sensing Wherever You Go in TaipeiTaipei (Taiwan)Ling-Jyh Chen (Academia Sinica); EDIMAX Technology Co., Ltd.;Realtek Semiconductor Corp.Poh-Shi Ko   
Amsterdam IoT Living Laboratory & Beacon mileAmsterdam, NetherlandsKPN, IBM, HvA (school) , Sensemakers meetup, Appsterdam meetup, TELE2 ODINEJonathan Carter   
Applying Open Data to inform future Smart City DesignKansas City, MOPlatIT Impact; Prof. Praveen Rao, University of Missouri, Kansas City; Prof Vladimir Krstic, Director the Kansas City Design Center (KU/KSU)Dominique Davison   
BigClouT - Big data meets cloud of things for improving the quality of experience of citizens and visitorsGrenoble (France), Fujisawa (Japan), Bristol (UK) and Tsukuba (Japan)CEA (France); Engineering SpA (Italy); Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (Greece); Lancaster Univ. (UK); Absiskey (France); NTT East Corporation; NTT R&D; Keio University; National Institute of Informatics (NII); University of Tsukuba;Levent Gürgen   
Busan Smart City: Safe School Zone (OneM2M Platform Based)Busan, South KoreaJason Noh; SK Telecom; Pluxity; Namoo I&C; nTels; DELI-i, etcEunkwang Kim   
Campus Array Node (CAN)/Array of Things (AoT) Network Dual Deployment ("the Project")City of Atlanta, GAGeorgia Tech Research Institute, Argonne National LabsJennifer Clark; Margaret Loper   
Chula Vista Smart WaterfrontCity of Chula Vista, CA; Port of San Diego, CABlack & Veatch, Cleantech San Diego, OSIsoft, Qualcomm, Cisco, AT&T, Ed DavalosDennis Gakunga; Michelle White   
Clarity Amidst Chaos: Artificial Intelligence as a Tool for Emergency RespondersSan Francisco, CA; Alameda County, CAOne Concern, Inc; San Francisco, CA; Alameda County, CAAhmad Wani, CEO of One Concern, Inc.   
Combating Urban Blight in the New York Capital Region and Mohawk Valley: A Multi-City Building Code Enforcement Information Sharing Pilot ProjectCity of Schenectady, NY; City of Amsterdam, NY; City of Gloversville, NY; City of Troy, NYCity of Schenectady NY; University at AlbanyGary R. McCarthy, Mayor, City of Schenectady NY; Meghan Cook, Program Director; Derek Werthmuller, Director of Technology and Innovation Services, Center for Technology in Government, University at Albany.   
Community Traffic Guidance and Control System in Supporting Natural Disaster Emergency ResponseTaichung City, TaiwanNational Center for High Performance Computing, National Applied Research Labs, Taiwan. Water resources agency, Taiwan. Private companies working with exiting systems.Hui-Ming Huang   
Crowdsourcing Preference Data for Transportation InfrastructureCity of Atlanta, GAGeorgia Institute of TechnologyChris LeDantec   
Deployable Communications and Incident Command System for Emergency Response and Disaster RecoveryFire Department, City of DentonUniversity of North Texas, Civil Air Patrol, Penn State University, AirRobot, Dean Skidmore, LTE+IoT, Unmanned ExpertsKamesh NamuduriPublic Safety/Emergency/Disaster/ResilienceThe Deployable Communication System (DCS) is intended for enabling communications in emergency scenarios when terrestrial infrastructure is not functioning due to natural or man-made disasters. The DCS includes a portable LTE node airlifted by a UAV. 
Deploying Real-Time, Multi-Pollutant Sensors (RAMP) in East LibertyPittsburgh, PA; Allegheny County PACMU, the City of Pittsburgh, and Allegheny CountyAlbert Presto; R. Subramanian   
Development of IoT based Smart Energy Management System for Smart Green CitySuwon City, KoreaKorea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology; Suwon Research InstituteSuwon Song (Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology)   
Eindhoven, Brainport Living Lab Smart MobilityCity of Helmond, City of Tilburg (The Netherlands); Province of Brabant / Rijkswaterstaat (National Traffic Authority)Various Companies: a.o. NXP, Tom Tom, TNOSiemens, Dynniq, but also SMEs.Daniel de Klein   
Eindhoven/CityPulseCity of Eindhoven/ Brainport region Eindhoven (Netherlands)ATOS InternationalGuus Sluijter   
Eindhoven/Strijp-S Smart& Connected CommunityCity of Eindhoven, City of Helmond / Brainport International, NetherlandsVolkerWessels Telecom; VolkerWessels iCityJohann Beelen   
Envision Austin: Community-Focused, Data-Driven, Mobile-Powered Design & Optimization of Communities and CitiesCity of Austin, TXVizias, HubCiti , Living PlanITJay Boisseau; Allison Warner   
Envision Upstate SC (EUSC) 2016-2020 (Name updated 04.07)Greenville, SCGreenville County, Pickens CountyFred Payne   
EnvyPortoCity of Porto (Portugal)Citibrain (Portugal), InterInnov (France), Technical University Madrid (Spain)Rui A. Cota, Citibrain; Jacques Magen (InterInnov)   
FIWARE and OASC - Enabling smarter car navigation through citiesSantander (Spain), Seville (Spain), Porto (Portugal), Antwerpen (Belgium)Telefonica (Spain), HERE Maps (Germany), Ubiwhere (Portugal), Technical University of Madrid (Spain), UCAN (Spain), Wellness Telecom (Spain), TM Forum (USA), InterInnov (France)José Manuel Cantera   
From Monitoring Underground Infrastructure to Shared IoT Infrastructure: Path toward a Viable Business Model for Cities and BusinessesDaxing District, Beijing, ChinaWashington State University, Prescient Designs, Beijing GTI IOT Technology, EBDAAndrew Wang; Sandip Roy; Haibo LvPublic Safety/Emergency/Disaster/ResilienceLow-power wide-area wireless sensor networks are deployed for flexible monitoring of diverse underground infrastructure components, including manhole-cover fidelity, toxic gas levels and floodwater in tunnels. A profit-sharing model is created to expand the usage of these wireless sensor networks to other public and private applications. 
Galway Smart City: Light Pollution, Air Quality and Noise Monitoring Smart System - IoT BasedGalway City; Mayo; Sligo; Leitrim; RoscommonDew Mobility - a division of Dew Software, Inc; Insight Centre for Data Analytics at National University of Ireland Galway; Galway City CouncilShivakumar Mathapathi; Martin Serrano   
Game-based Risk and Loss Management System with integrated Driver Reward Program for the New York City Livery IndustryNew York, NYQualcomm, Intrinsyc, Orbcomm and multiple communications network providers, insurance companies, universities, large livery leasing companies and livery service providersTim Brogan; Michal Koenig   
GEO Fencing Predictive Policing solutions to reduce response times for first responders and provide valid data for evidenceCity of Conover, NCParamount Global Holdings, Inc; Dean SkidmoreKimberly CalhounPublic Safety/Emergency/Disaster/Resilience  
Hyperlocal Testbeds for Citizen ScienceBoston, MACategorical Informatics; Bitsence; MITJoshua Tan   
Illuminating Smart Cities: Kansas City Runs on IoT PlatformKansas City, MOSensity Systems, Cisco Systems, Think Big PartnersSean Harrington, Amy LeePublic Safety/Emergency/Disaster/ResilienceKansas City, MO (KCMO) and its partners have designed and implemented an IoT platform to develop a smart city network, starting with Kansas City's streetcar starter line in their Downtown area. Based on this initial site, the team has will implement a model that would make Kansas City the largest smart city network in North America. It will be a city with a new IoT technology platform the is capable of improving particular aspects of city life - such as avoiding traffic jams, finding a parking spot, and getting a Wi-Fi connection at local venues. 
Improving Cross Departmental Communications, Operational Efficiencies and Customer Interaction through a Smart Cities Dashboard in the City of Bellevue, WACity of Bellevue, WACH2M Hill; Microsoft, MtuityKen ThompsonCity Data Platform/DashboardDevelop a water module for the City of Bellevue Smart City Portal using web-service interfaces with existing systems, data analytics, and GIS Visualization dashboard. The Water Module will look at quality, quantity, and cost of water systems. 
Interactive optimization of city support for bicycling and other non-motorized transportationCity of Oakland, CAUC Berkeley; UC Berkeley Real Estate; City of OaklandDavid Culler; K. Shankari   
IoT based waste management system - Smart Garbage Monitoring System (SGMS)City of San Leandro, CASanta Clara University, Dew Mobility, IBM, Intel; San Leandro Chamber of Commerce; San Leandro Improvement Association (SLIA)Shivakumar Mathapathi, Prof. Vasu Kadambi   
IoT Education & Workforce DevelopmentMontgomery County, MD; Arlington County, VA (Note: This cluster is working with schools in the Kansas City area, but does not have a municipal partner there)IoT Dev Labs, Internet of Things DC, Earth Networks, Virginia Tech, Intel, Cisco, Think Big Partners, Texas Instruments, Centeye, George Mason University, community volunteersGreg TothGeneral (Everything else)Preparing students and the broader workforce for an increasingly sensor-driven environment in smart cities and communities.http://ioteducation.org
IoT-Based Healthcare ServicesDaegu City, South KoreaSouth Korea Ministry of Security, ICT, Future Planning; Jongtae Park, Daily Healthcare Demonstration Complex Construction AgencyJong-Tae Park   
Kaduna State Integrated Learning SystemKaduna North, Zaria & Jama'a Local Governments (Nigeria)Ministry of Budget and Planning; Ministry of Education, Science & Technology; Ministry for Local Government & Chieftaincy Affairs; Ministry of Works & Transport; Ministry for Lands & Country Planning; National Information Technology Development AgencyIdris Muhammmad   
Leisurity: "Revitalizing the city through smart leisure"City of Valencia (Spain), City of Lindale (TX, USA)Fundación InnDEA Valencia (Spain), City of Lindale (USA), Verizon Wireless (USA), Prodevelop (Spain), Visiona (Spain), Technical University of Madrid (Spain), InterInnov (France)Paula Llobet   
Lindale - The Genius City Mixed Use DevelopmentCity of Lindale, TXGregory Brown, Advanced Solutions Architect, Verizon Wireless; Lindale CDC LLC; Pink Pistol; Tyler Junior CollegeCraig Lindholm   
LinkNYCNew York, NYQualcomm Incorporated, Intersection, and CiviQ SmartscapesAl Jenkins; Michal Koenig   
MAGIC Smart Home/Smart Community ProjectThe City of Westminster, MDThe Mid-Atlantic Gigabit Innovation Collaboratory (MAGIC); Target Community and Educational Services; Westminster Security Company; K4Connect; EntryPoint Networks; The City of Westminster; Ting; Intel; Carroll Hospital; LifeBridgeRobert WackHealthcareA multi-partner collaboration demonstrating a variety of broadband enabled technologies in a residential setting; gathers a wide variety of data, provides intelligent monitoring, analysis, and alerting, to make a measurable positive impact on the quality of life of residents; combines telemedicine and in-home monitoring and controls, to decrease: Emergency Department visits, unplanned medical appointments, staff time spent on unplanned medical care; initial study population of medically fragile adults with intellectual disabilities will eventually generalize to wider population of elderly, aging in place, medically fragile, and chronic disease management populations.http://www.magicinc.org/smart-home-project/
Microgrid Cloud: An IoT-enabled Integrative Framework for Community Microgrid Monitoring, Analytics and OptimizationCity of Hartford, CT, Town of Windham, CTUConn, CCAT (Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology)Peng Zhang   
Mobi Microgrids: Sustainable, resilient, mobile power for today's challenges and tomorrow's disastersSan Francisco, CAFreeWire Technologies; San Francisco Department of Emergency Management; The Salvation ArmyTorben Spitzer (FreeWire), Arcady Sosinov (FreeWire), Mike Dayton (SF DEM), John McKnight (Salvation Army)Public Safety/Emergency/Disaster/ResilienceThe Mobi Microgrid project aims to support city resilience and emergency response efforts from the ground up. FreeWire has designed an intelligent, mobile battery storage system that is reliable, maintenance-free, and powerful enough for almost any municipal use case. The Mobi replaces non-connected and outdated diesel generators, which are commonly used as emergency response equipment. Cities and agencies will be able to respond quickly to emergency situations, using the Mobi to set up and run silent, clean, and resilient microgrids for mobile kitchens, shelters, and even medical facilities. During non-emergency situations, cities will also be able to utilize otherwise unused assets for smart grid and smart transportation applications. The cornerstones of the project are the FreeWire Mobi, a connected battery solution, and FreeWire's AMP software, an intelligence layer with modern asset management functionality. In this project, FreeWire will work with the City of San Francisco's Department of Emergency Management to deploy Mobi Microgrids for The Salvation Army's emergency preparedness and disaster recovery efforts, including canteens and shelters around the city.https://www.freewiretech.com/mobile-power/
Multi-Time Scale Logistical Scheduling, Maintenance and Dispatch engine for emergency services, Name update Integrated Analytics and Scheduling of Emergency Responders Under UncertaintyNashville TN Fire DepartmentVanderbilt UniversityGautam Biswas; Abhishek Dubey; Eugene Vorobeychik   
NC RIoT Intelligence Led Public Safety (ILPS)Police, Fire Department and EMS from City of Raleigh, Town of Wake Forest and City of Cary. State of NC FirstNetWireless Research Center of North Carolina, NC RIoT, North Carolina State University, ASSIST, Smashing Boxes, ST Micro, SAS, Connected Development, NC Department of Information Technology, Broadband Infrastructure Office, FirstNet NC ProgramLarry Steffann   
Next Generation, Resilient Warning Systems for Tornados and Flash FloodsNorth Central Texas Council of Governments; City of Midlothian, TX; City of Fort Wort, TXUniversity of Massachusetts, Colorado State University, North Central Texas Council of GovernmentsBrenda Philips; V. Chandrasekar; Michael Zink   
Non-Revenue Water Monitoring and Reduction Using Advanced LTE Communications , Gwinnet County Department of Water ResourcesGwinnett County Regional Water AuthorityQualcomm, AT&T, Neptune Meters, Capstone Meters, Trimble/Telog, Krohne, FathomKen ThompsonEnergy/Water/Waste ManagementDesign and Pilot an innovative approach to identifying and controlling non-revenue water using Advance Netering Infrastructure, Pressure Transient Sensors, Data  Analytics, and visualization spatial dashboard 
OPEN Data and Predictive Analytics in the City of Glasgow.Glasgow, Edinburgh, Perth, Stirling, Dundee and Inverness (Scotland)IDE-International; Glasgow City Centre Retailers Association; Glasgow Chamber of Commerce; University of Strathclyde; Scottish Enterprise / Scottish Development InternationalRoss Hamilton   
Open platform for scalable and multi-domain IoT applications for smart cities (previously: Prevention of environmental disasters in the city through data mining)Genoa Municipality (Italy); Milan Municipality (Italy); Torino Municipality (Italy(Engineering Ingegneria Informatica SpA (Italy); ENEA - Italian national Agency for new technologies, energy and sustainable economic development (Italy); FGB; ISMB; Bocconi University - IEFE - Center for Research on Energy and Environmental Economics and Policy (Italy); Integrated Planning Policy and Regulation Action Cluster - European Innovation Partnership for Smart cities (EU)Paolo Castiglieri, Comune di Genova   
OpenMove, plug&play platform for mobile ticketingTrento (Italy) and the entire province of TrentoOpenMove (Italy), Technical University of Madrid (Spain), InterInnov (France)Lorenzo Modena   
PA 2040 Enhanced CCTV Public SafetyWashington, DCMPD; DDOT; NCPCAnil Sharma; Troy Icenhour   
PA2040 Environmental SensingWashington, DCMetroLab partners currently include senior administrators at Georgetown, George Washington, American, Howard and UDC.Don DuRousseau; , Kenneth Walton   
PA2040 Smart Parking (renamed on 5/23/2016, previously Smart DC Data Hub Kiosks)Washington, DCGolden Triangle BID; Metropolitan Washington Council of GovernmentsDavid Koch   
Platform for Enabling optimal Multi-Modal Transportation Planning ServiceNashville TNVanderbilt Univ, Nashville MTA, Siemens Corporate TechnologyAbhishek Dubey, Gautam Biswas, Doug Schmidt, Vanderbilt University; Martin Lehofer, Siemens, CT   
Portland: Connected Intelligent TransportationPortland Oregon, Porto PortugalCity of Portland, Portland State University, the Technology Association of Oregon, INTEL, the IBI Group, NetCity, urban.systems, OpenBike, DKS, Seaborne, Sera Architects, Urbi, Ubiware, Pangea Motors, InterInnov (France), Technical University Madrid (Spain)Skip Newberry, Wilfred PinfoldTransportation  
REAL TIME RESILIENCE - Resilience data treatment tools towards Real Time decisions making.City of Genoa (Italy), City of Florence (Italy), City of Bari (Italy)Leonardo Finmeccanica S.p.A. (Italy); CIMA Research Foundation - International Centre on environmental monitoring (Italy); ENEA - Italian national Agency for new technologies, energy and sustainable economic development (Italy); Integrated Planning Policy and Regulation Action Cluster - European Innovation Partnership for Smart cities (EU)Paolo Castiglieri   
Recycle Please!City of Austin, TXOpen Austin, Reduces, ViziasDerek Sinns; Marco Pineda   
Reducing the Frequency and Morbidity of Pediatric Asthma AttacksDayton & Montgomery County OH; Cuyahoga County, OHDayton Children's Hospital, OneCommunityMarv Schwartz   
ROSE - Real Time Operational Smart Grid for EuropeMunicipality of Genova (Italy)Maps s.p.a. (Italy); Genova University (Savona Campus Energy Grid); ENEA - National Agency for new technologies, energy and sustainable economic development - Italy; ENEL www.enel.it; Clarify Austin http://clarify.io/; Integrated Planning Policy and Regulation Action Cluster - European Innovation Partnership for Smart cities (EU)Giuseppe Franceschelli; Sabatino Gallotta Looking info into: https://www.dropbox.com/s/kqef3und0lw2xyt/Presentation%20ROSE.ppsx?dl=0 
Safe Community Awareness and Alerting Network (SCALE)Montgomery County, MDIntel, IBM, Senseware, Sigfox, IoT Dev Labs, Victory Housing, UC Irvine, University of Texas Dallas, N5 Sensors, University of Maryland Baltimore CountyDan Hoffman, Director, Thingstitute; Brandon Bedford   
Safe Town of Shirahama: Preparing for Disasters with Resilient Communication Platform "NerveNet"Shirahama Town, Wakayama Prefecture, JapanShirahama Town (Japan), NICT (Japan), HIRAKAWA HEWTECH Corporation (Japan), Nassua Solutions Corporation (Japan)Masugi Inoue This project is deploying a resilient communication platform called NerveNet to secure local communications and connectivity to the Internet even if the town is hit by huge earthquakes and tsunamis. In order to sustain this system, Nervenet is used as a public Wi-Fi at ordinaly times in this project. 
Saitama Smart Town: Smart Community Information Platform for Providing Future Town ServicesCity of Saitama, Saitama, JapanHiroaki Nishi, Keio University; Toru Namerikawa, Keio University; Ryogo Kubo, Keio University; Yusuke Nakajima, Kougakuin University; Kanae Matsui, Tokyo Denki University; Kazuyuki Minato, AEON Retailing; Akito Fujita, IIJ-II; Nobuyuki Ariyama, Saitama City; Yuki Okamoto, Misono Town Management; Kazuya Suetsugu, Misono Town Management; Sadahide Morioka, Misono Town Management; Perry Yang GeorgiaTech; Ellen Yi-Luen Do GeorgiaTech; Prof.Joshi(Georgia Institute of Technology); Dr. Hendrik(IBM T.J. Watson Research Center)Hiroaki NishiGeneral (Everything else)UDCMi is a Smart Community/Smart Town project of 230-hectare area of Misono in Saitama City and is going to provide Smart Town services for 32,000 residents. In UDCMi, Smart Houses, BLE and Wi-Fi area infrastructures, town monitoring systems, smart energy, smart mobility, and health servicers will be provided. This project is supported by a consortium consists of retailing information and service (AEON), security service (SECOM), data management platform (Keio Univ, IBM), town signage (HITACHI), medical care (TANITA and local hospitals), and other information and services. UDCMi develops Smart Community Information Platform (SCIP) for achieving security and privacy in smart city data management and providing smart city data services considering time and privacy critical problems.http://www.misono-tm.org (In Japanese)
Security System to checkmate activities and proper care of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) a.k.a IoT - based IDP Tracking and Monitoring SystemJalingo Local Government; Ardo-Kola Local Government; Bali Local Government; Gassol Local Government; Ibi Local Government; Wukari Local Government; Takum Local GovernmentBernard Kijie Ewah, Head, E-Government, National Information Technology Development Agency, 28, Port Harcourt Crescent, Area 11, Abuja, Nigeria; Cosmas Ayakudo, Landgate Consultancy Ltd. ; IDEAs Hub, NIGERIA, IBMGrace AmaefulaPublic Safety/Emergency/Disaster/ResilienceThis project aims to provide a lasting solution to the problem of Internally Displaced Persons by tackling the issue from three perspectives, 1. Pre-displacement where we understudy the causes of conflicts that lead to IDPs, and try to profer solutions to them, 2. During displacement where we capture the scene of conflict and attempt to minimize losses by alerting relevant bodies and 3. Post displacement where we bring together all the displaced persons and track how they are being managed, assisted and resettled to a normal life. 
Sense, Report, Act, and Refine: A Smart City CollaborationWashington DC;Enevo; Krumbs; National Institute of Standards and Technologies; Carnegie Melon University; University of California Irvine; DC Business Improvement District Council; Maalka; Victor Stanley; Keep America BeautifulScott Pomeroy   
Sensor-based Measurement of Transportation Management PerformanceCity of Austin, TXThe University of Texas at Austin, Center for Transportation ResearchJennifer Duthie   
Serving the Underserved with IoT SolutionsCity of Las Vegas, NVPTC; Thingworx; Ingenu; Arrow; GoogleDon Jacobson & Tiana McNeil   
Smart AgricultureMontgomery County, MDMicrosoft, Link Labs, Fibertower, Patton Electronics, Earth Networks, IoT Dev Labs, University of Maryland Baltimore CountyDan Hoffman, Director, Thingstitute), Brandon Bedford   
Smart and Accessible Transportation HubNJ Passaic County; NJ Transit; NYC Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD); NYS Commission for the Blind (NYSCB)CUNY City College, Rutgers UniversityZhigang Zhu, Jie GongTransportationThis GCTC Team aims to systematically investigate a novel cyber-physical infrastructure framework that can effectively and efficiently transform existing transportation hubs into smart facilities. The Smart and Accessible Transportation Hub (SAT-Hub) is capable of providing better location-awareness services (e.g. finding terminals, improving travel experience, obtaining security alters) to the traveling public, especially for the underserved populations including those with visual impairment, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), or simply navigation challenges.https://youtu.be/_hxdXqTVG7I
Smart Car-TalkDaegu City, South KoreaKorea Automotive Technology Institute(KATECH), Korea Intelligent Automotive Parts(KIAPI), Renault Samsung Motors, Fusion Soft , Intelligent Transport Society of Korea(ITSK), Korea Telecom(KT), LOGIFOCUS, Sambo Motors, Research and Ubiquitous(RnU), Digital Imaging Lab(DILAB), SECO Interface, Radius Mobility Revolution, Infobank, Bayless, Seoul National University(SNU) Big Data Institute, Hanyang University;Sujin Kwag; Taewoo Lee   
Smart Cities OptimizedMontgomery County, MD, Greenville, SC, Gwinnett County, GA, Chula Vista, CAAT&T, Qualcomm, Intel, GE, IBM, CH2M, Machfu, Black & Veatch, Mactusa, Landwave, MotionLoft, ShotGun Spotter, Mueller Water, Big BellyEd Davalos, Ken Duncan   
Smart Cities San Diego (an initiative of Cleantech San Diego)City of San Diego, City of Chula Vista, Pot of San Diego, San Diego International AirportCleantech San Diego, UC San Diego, Qualcomm, Black & Veatch, OSIsoft, GE, SDG&E and othersJason Anderson   
SMART Emergency Medical TeamsFairFax County, VAFairfax Fire & Rescue, Inova Fairfax Hospital, George Mason University, Inflow Interactive, Newport News, VA, ASC Consulting, USPHSBrenda Bannan PhD George Mason University Jeff Segall MA, MBA Inflow Interactive   
Smart Emergency Response SystemNCTCOG EPD, Tarrant County Fire Service Training Center, Denton Fire Department, Austin Fire DepartmentYan Wan (University of Texas at Arlington); Shengli Fu (University of North Texas); Michael A. Penaluna (Denton Fire Department), Darrel C. Washington (Denton municipal Electric), Molly McFadden (Emergency Preparedness Department of the North Central Texas Council of Governments), Rodney Smith and Steve Keller (Tarrant County Fire Service Training Center), Coitt Kessler and Richard Davis (Austin Fire Department)Yan Wan (University of Texas at ArlingtonPublic Safety/Emergency/Disaster/Resilience  
Smart Emergency Response System (SERS)City of Denton, TXDenton Fire Department; Fire Services in Nw Public Services Training, a department of Tarrant County CollegeYan Wan; Shengli Fu   
Smart Insight AmsterdamCities of Amsterdam, Enschede, Zaanstad (Netherlands)Pecan Street, Alliander (Bram Reijnders, Paul Voskuilen), University of Twente, ABN AMRO, Smart City Amsterdam, Zaanstad, Enschede, Overijssel, Kennispark TwentePaul Simmeren; Chantal Mas   
Smart Replicable Solutions to Water-Energy Nexus ChallengesWashington DC; Cleveland, OHUniversity of California, Irvine (Prof. Nalini Venkatasubramanian, Computer Science; Prof. Stanley Grant, Civil and Environmental Engineering); CB&I Federal Services; Roietronics, Senet, Senformatics, Graphet; Information Technology and Engineering LLCSudhir Kshirsagar, President, Global Quality Corp.Energy/Water/Waste ManagementDrinking water, wastewater, stormwater, and sourcewater related sensing, low power wireless wide area communications, edge computing and cloud-based analytics and physically based modeling to reduce sewer discharges , stormwater runoff and pumping energy usage. 
Smart Transit Hubs/ B'SmartBaltimore, MDCity of Baltimore Departments of Transportation, Energy and IT, Baltimore Gas & Electric, Cisco, Verizon, IDC, Universities of Maryland, Old Dominion, Toronto, Greater Baltimore Committee, Baltimore community associations, Maryland Transit AdministrationJill SorensenTransportationSmart street light planning and installation pilot defined by an urban plan to create transit hubs in Baltimore City to improve City safety, high speed internet (public WiFi) access and improved energy efficiency. The transit hubs and corridors between hubs, will prioritize safe and energy efficient passage from hub to hub, and advanced mobility throughout the City. 
SmartAppCity: global mobile solutions for Smart Cities.City of Logroño (Spain)JIG Internet Consulting (Spain), Get-App Spain, Technical University of Madrid (Spain), InterInnov (France)Ignacio Gurría de la Torre   
SmartCU - Covenant University Smart CityAdo-Odo/Ota Local Government, NigeriaCovenant University, Santa Clara University, Dew Mobility, Intel, IBMAderemi A. Atayero, Tokunbo Ogunfunmi, Shivakumar Mathapathi   
SmartShuttle - A Scalable and Replicable Architecture for Low Speed Automated Shuttles in Smart CitiesCity of Columbus, OH; Greenville, SC; City of Portland, OR; City of Boston, MA; Washington DCOSU Center for Automotive Research, Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission, GE, Cisco, the Idea Foundry, IBM, Easton Town Center, Innova UEV, (Local Motors "partner in discussion").Randy Bowman; Levent Guvenc   
SMOOTH(2) - Smart Mobile Operation OSU Transportation Hub IICity of Columbus, OHOSU Center for Automotive Research, OSU College of Medicine, Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission, Battelle, GE, Cisco, the Idea Foundry, IBM, USDOT, Innova UEV (manufacturer of the DASH EV neighborhood electric vehicle)Randall Bowman; Bilin Aksun Guvenc   
Solar smart charging for electrical vehicle and vehicle for smart chargingStedin; municipality of Utrecht (Netherlands)Elaad, Lomboxnet, GE, Renault, Vidyn, Last Mile SolutionsEugenie Lindeman   
StormSenseCity of Newport News, VA, City of Virginia Beach, City of Norfolk, City of Hampton, City of Portsmouth, City of Chesapeake, City of Williamsburg, York County, VAVirginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS), College of William and Mary, Commonwealth Center for Recurrent Flooding Resilience, State of VA, Department of HealthJon Derek Loftis; Andy SteinPublic Safety/Emergency/Disaster/ResilienceThe StormSense Project is an inundation forecasting research initiative to advance the field of emergency preparedness for flooding resulting from storm surge, rain, and tides. The scope of the project encompasses the interests of coastal local governments wishing to enhance their emergency preparedness via a network of 'Internet of Things' (IoT)-enabled water level sensors, collaborating with the hydrodynamic flood modeling and forecasting capabilities of the Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) and their VIMS TideWatch Network.http://stormsense.com
Sustainable Transportation through Ridesharing using Urban Electric Vehicles (Sustainable Transportation through Ride Sharing)City of Madison, City of Monona, UW-Madison campus (CIO's office)University of Wisconsin-Madison, InnovaSuman Banerjee   
The Hague/From vision to smart SolutionCity of The Hague, NetherlandsKPNPim Stevens   
The Hague: 2 citizen engagement big data applicationsThe Hague, Rotterdam, Leiden, Barendrecht, Dordrecht, Alphen aan de Rijn, SchiedamOvermorgen / Dutch-AtesGerwin Hop; Tim Kreukniet   
The Next Generation Business Emergency Operations Center (NextGen BEOC)Lafayette, LA; Annapolis, MDInformatics Research Institute, University of Louisiana at Lafayette; START Center, University of Maryland; Louisiana Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness; Maryland Emergency Management Agency; Siemens Corporation; Steelcase, Incorporated; TCecure, LLCMichael Dunaway   
Transactive Energy for Smart CitiesCity of Manila (Philippines)MaCT USA, IEEE SA, Copperpillar, Rowan University, University of Philippines, City of Durham (NC), City of Manila (Philippines)William J. MillerEnergy/Water/Waste ManagementThis project utilizes the concepts of Transactive energy to maintain balance of the power grid. It also now offers a means to obtain energy credits in the form of Bitcoin. This capability can benefit people to be able to paid their energy bill but may be used for other transactions.http://www.powermatcher.us
Transit Community Spotlight ProjectMontgomery County, MDMontgomery County, MD, Thingstitute,Dan Hoffman, Director, Thingstitute; Brandon Bedford   
Underground Infrastructure Sensing and Mapping for Smart Maintenance, Sustainability, Usage and ResilienceWinooski, VT, Burlington, VTBTV Ignite, City of Burlington, VT ; Kardinal Microsystems, University of Vermont; City of Winooski, VTDryver Huston, Tian XiaEnergy/Water/Waste ManagementBuild 3-d maps and information databases of underground infrastructure with combination of ground penetrating radar and combine with networked sensors to better manage operations, maintenance and construction of underground utilities, including water, sewer, electric, energy and telecommunications.  
Unraveling the Intersection of Incarceration, Homelessness, and Mental HealthWashoe County, NV, Wake County, NC, City of Reno, NVSASJennifer Robinson   
Urban waste and cleaning service level dashboardCity of Guadalajara (Spain)Valoriza-Grupo Sacyr (Spain), Telefonica (Spain), Technical University of Madrid (Spain), InterInnov (France)Javier Paniagua   
User-centered Heterogeneous Data Fusion for Multi-networked City Mobility, UHDNetCity (Name change 04.07)Tallahassee, FLFlorida State University, Internet2 , StanTecReza Arghandeh, Florida State University; Eren Ozguven, Florida State University   
WiseTown: web information stream enhancer city dashboardCity of Perugia (Italy)TeamDev (Italy), Fiware Foundation, University of Perugia (Italy)Andrea Cruciani, TeamDev & Fiware Foundation;City Data Platform/DashboardWiseTown is a cloud ecosystem for the advanced management of relationship between citizens and local government with regard to urban quality, safety and shared planning that integrates social networks, open data and IoT. It provides Decision Support System, Spatial Analysis, Forecasts and analytics other than vertical solutions to manage participative and inclusive processes. "We like Smart Cities but we prefer Wise Towns"http://wise.town/

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