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.
More than 5000 ageing streetlights will be replaced by environmentally friendly LEDs in Newcastle.
The new Victorian Digital Asset Strategy aims to overhaul the state government's approach to planning and managing infrastructure projects.
Sunshine Coast Council has selected Telensa to implement smart street lighting for a two-year pilot.
MetroSpec's Portable Outdoor Emergency Digital Signage is simple to operate.
A commitment from the Federal Opposition to introduce a City Partnerships program has been welcomed by the Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand (SCCANZ).
The City of Sydney is looking for a service provider to deliver new street furniture to the streets of Sydney.
The roadmap outlines an ambitious set of targets and actions that will support the built environment's transition to net zero emissions by 2050.
Spookfish has won a contract to provide high-resolution aerial imagery of the state's major metro areas to NSW Spatial Services.
The federal government is harnessing data to better plan major national infrastructure projects.
Adelaide's City of Burnside has developed an online interactive map for the Adelaide local government area's Urban Forest of public street and park trees.
Digital city models built on world-class analytical data are enabling area activation, evidence-informed decision-making and enhanced community engagement.
PSMA Australia has begun offering national location data on an as-a-service basis, with the launch of a new concept known as Geoscape.
A partnership between MobileMuster and Envirostream will offer councils new recycling bins for mobile phones and other e-waste.