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.
The City Analytics Lab will improve collaboration among agencies responsible for planning and designing smarter, more livable future cities.
E-waste collection and storage facilities will be upgraded across Victoria to help with managing increasing levels of e-waste.
Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand (SCCANZ) has expanded its network, with Accenture signing on as an associate partner.
The winners of the IDC Smart Cities North America Awards have now been announced.
Smart city initiatives have been showcased and future plans discussed at the Smart Cities Summit in Adelaide.
Residents can take a virtual trip along the streets of Beresfield, with the Newcastle City Council releasing a 3D video featuring the town's upgrades.
Free Wi-Fi and smart street furniture will be rolled out across Sydney over the next two years, as part of a major overhaul of the city.
Public and private sectors must capitalise on spatial technologies to forge a future of inclusiveness for individuals and societies.
Grant recipients for the federal government's Smart Cities and Suburbs program have been announced.
Smart parking projects in Moreton Bay and Geelong are the next beneficiaries of the federal government's Smart Cities and Suburbs program.