Informational packet for the Smart Infrastructure Challenge now available!
The 2018 Smart Infrastructure Challenge is off to a great start with teams from all across the country participating!
Since announcing the May 31st entry deadline extension, even more teams have expressed interest in joining the challenge. With that being said, our team has put together an informational packet to clarify areas of uncertainty for both current and potential participants.
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Read about the latest in Smart Regions below!
The Second Annual Smart Regions Conference will take place in Columbus, OH this year, and will be host to the Second Annual Smart Regions Awards. From now until the end of September, you may nominate leaders in several categories for their vision and efforts related to building smart communities across cities and regions in the United States.
Join leaders from the NIST Global City Teams Challenge, The Regional Smart Cities Initiative, and TechOregon at the Tech Jam in Portland, OR (June 20-22.)
At the 2018 Smart Regions Conference leaders from across the United States and North America will highlight their success stories, challenges, and opportunities to collaborate to build smart cities and regions rooted in community impact and resilience. The theme of this year's conference is 'Smart and Resilient Infrastructure,' and the event will serve as the host of the 2018 Smart Infrastructure Challenge presentations, where teams are competing for access to support, resources, and project financing in excess of $50 million.
On Tuesday, June 26th 'Resilient NYC' will bring together leaders from across the city, state, and region to deep dive prioritizing resilience into planning government systems and infrastructure. The focus area: Infrastructure and Impact.
Have you submitted your letter of intent to qualify for grant resources, access to financing and project support? Teams from all across America are gearing up to submit their letter of intent for the 2018 Smart Infrastructure Challenge ahead of the May 31 deadline.
The 2018 Smart Infrastructure Challenge is off to a great start with regional teams from all across the country participating! We’re so excited about some of the project submissions that we wanted to give you a sneak peek!
The Second Annual Smart Regions Conference is back! Mark your calendar for October 25th, 2018 and join us in Columbus, OH to connect with new partners, ideas, and resources that will accelerate smart, regional growth efforts.
Late last month at the second annual Smart Cincy Summit and official launch of the 2018 Smart Infrastructure Challenge, Oscar Bode, CEO of Smart City Capital, led a workshop discussing the challenges cities face in moving from pilot to execution, and how new public-private-partnership models can accelerate and expand smart city development efforts.
To register for the challenge, team leaders must submit a Letter of Intent by May 31st, 2018 11:59 pm EST. LoI submissions do not have to be detailed, but should paint a picture of who the collaborators are, and what problems are to be solved using smart and connected technologies. View the Checklist for submitting your Letter of Intent here.
The 2018 Smart Infrastructure Challenge is off to a great start with teams from all across the country participating! Since announcing the May 31st entry deadline extension, even more teams have expressed interest in joining the challenge. With that being said, our team has put together an informational packet to clarify areas of uncertainty for both current and potential participants.