Smart technology is now being rolled out in outdoor public spaces across the Georges River local government area.
The NSW Government is working with the CSIRO's Data61 to develop an interactive digital twin of the state based on 3D and 4D spatial data.
Wayne Patterson, Director of NSW Spatial Services, describes an important joint project between the NSW Government and the CSIRO's Data 61.
Under a new Queensland government policy, all state government construction projects worth at least $50m will be required to use building information modelling.
The City of Newcastle has begun the process of setting new climate action targets for the future post-2020.
The NSW Government will work with Hitachi, after the two organisations recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU).
PSMA Australia — a commercial organisation owned by the states and territories — has completed a 'building census' covering every building on the continent.
A Climate Council award has been won by the City of Newcastle for its work on climate change.
The city of Sydney is expected to undergo a shift away from its current urban structure, according to a new University of Sydney study.
Sunshine Coast Council's new Development.i platform will allow residents and potential investors to find information about development projects in the region.
New Zealand's Christchurch City Council has introduced an interactive map designed to allow residents to conduct more interactions online.
Up to 80% of all data globally has a location component that most people use on a daily basis, according to estimations.
Google's Street View Trekker has been used to capture some of Western Australia's stunning natural attractions.
Sydney will join with over 100 global city leaders to commit to strong action on climate change, as part of the Global Climate Action Summit.
According to analyst IDC, spending on smart city technology is expected to reach US$135 billion by 2021.