More and more local government agencies are turning to open data and location Intelligence to optimize current services while also preparing more sustainable solutions in light of anticipated obstacles stemming from increased urban migration, climate change, and an aging population.
This form of city planning has invariably been described as smart, intelligent, responsive, resilient, and, more recent, senseable. But how do these initiatives use open data to address the concerns of residents? To answer these questions we’ve brought together a group of Smart City open and big data experts. Bring your questions in this open forum.