Smart City Use Cases Report


To make all our lives easier, we needed to create a report, in the form of a book, which put together many “smart city” use cases, case studies, and development notes all in one handy book. Introducing the “Smart City Use Cases” book which is a comprehensive collection on smart city initiatives that range from transportation to broadband rollouts. It includes the wireless and Wi-Fi builds. It won’t just point out the success, but the failures. This is how we can all learn, from what’s been done and tried. Not every initiative is a success, so let’s learn from both the failures and the successes.

The Smart City Use Cases book is a collection of smart city case studies and development notes. The purpose of this book is to give you some advice and direction on smart city development. It’s for any city worker or consultant or integrator that intends to roll out in their city. The customer is not always right in this case. Don’t be afraid to ask for help. Just because it’s been done doesn’t mean it’s right for your city. Think through what they end goal is then work backward from there.

Why not look at what other cities have done, how they got to where they are, why they did it, and the results? The process is as important as the end goal. The city will need buy-in from the residents and support from various departments. It helps when the integrator has a solid plan. Even with the solid plan, things change, and you need to be flexible. It pays to build one system that can serve multiple functions and support many users. It must have value, not just to the city but to the residents. It helps when it can make money or have a payback. This is another tool to help you down the path.

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Learn from what others have done.

Why make the hard mistakes of other smart cities?

Are you looking for a partner or a cost-effective way to roll out your city?

Do you want to know how they got buy-in from their community?

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If nothing else, this will save time doing all the research while preparing to go on the smart city adventure.

Learn this:

  • What is a Smart City?
  • How do you roll out broadband?
  • What have other cities done to develop broadband initiatives?
  • How can I learn from their mistakes and successes?

Here is a sample of the table of contents:

  • What’s been done?
  • What is a “Smart City”?
  • Typical Approaches to Smart City Initiatives
    • Solve Problems
    • Grant Money
    • Future Proofing
  • Smart City Initiatives
    • The US Department of Transportation Smart City Challenge
    • NYC Planning Document called One New York
  • The Smart City Playbook by Nokia and Machina Research
  • Smart City Focus
  • Smart Cities Council
  • Smart City Research Case Study Overview
    • What to look for
    • Smart Cities Council and Cisco
    • Smart City Case Studies
    • Chula Vista, Ca
    • Kansas City
    • Dallas
    • Guadalajara, Mexico
  • Smart City Project Notes
    • India Smart Cities
    • Singapore
    • Santander, Spain
    • Yinchuan, China
  • IDC Government Insights
  • Multiple Case Studies
    • Case Study Chicago:
    • Case Study Philadelphia, Pa
    • Charlotte, NC
    • San Francisco, Ca
    • Columbus, Oh, Smart City report
    • Smart City Cleveland
    • Smart City Atlanta
  • Safe City Highlights
    • Indonesia
    • Singapore
  • Safe City Summary
  • Things to Consider
  • What is MetroLab?
  • It is not a Kiosk. It is a Smart Hub
  • Smart Lighting
  • Next Century Cities Membership
  • Smart City Planning Audits
  • Mounting assets (lampposts, wood poles, telephone poles):
    • Underground assets
    • Fiber assets
    • Building tops and Towers
    • Billboards
    • Parking Garages
    • Street Furniture
    • Wireless Backhaul
    • Data Collection
    • Smart City Broadband Initiatives
  • Primary
  • Partial
  • Facilitator
  • Who buys broadband?
  • Pricing matters!
  • What about Wi-Fi?
  • Not all Deployments are a Success!
  • When Incumbents fight Back!
  • Some States Prohibit Public Networks!
  • City Strategies for a Broadband Initiative
  • Smart City “Other” Services
  • What is IOT for the Smart City?
  • Resources
  • Glossary

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Get the right start on your smart city journey. The cities, contractors, and consultants need to work together to make ventures successful.

The rest is up to you, it’s hard work, don’t get me wrong, but this should help you see it can be done. There are failures, I point that out, but you need to take what you can and learn from it. Why make the same mistakes other’s have made when you can look at this and maybe even ask others what they did right and wrong.

It’s all up to you!

Be smart, be safe, and pay attention!

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