City of Portland brings valuable services to citizens with CIVIQ
Read the joint statement by Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler and Commissioner Dan Saltzman issued today.
Smartest City in U.S may soon be Miami
Technology is playing a greater and greater role in city infrastructure, with Miami becoming the first U.S. city to adopt a smart ecosystem model.
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Chicago pilots Wi-Fi stations
As part of a broader set of smart city efforts, the city of Chicago’s private partners announced a new project Tuesday that will bring five CIVIQ WayPoints to the city’s downtown area.
CIVIQ announces new CTO and board members.
Ilan Rozenblat has joined as CTO and Sandra Baer and Hardik Bhatt have been elected to join CIVIQ’s board of directors.
Miguel Gamiño, CTO, City of New York on why broadband matters
We speak with Miguel Gamiño on the importance of broadband.
Sandra Baer on the top challenges cities face
We talk to Sandra Baer about the challenges both cities and companies face when it comes to implementing smart city solutions.
Hardik Bhatt on creating a more customer-focused smart state.
We talk to Hardik Bhatt about his experience in leading one of the biggest turnarounds in state and local technology.
CIVIQ in the news
Miami Herald: Miami-Dade is getting free Wi-Fi at 300 kiosks and on public buses and trains
For information about CIVIQ Smartscapes, their products and services and ongoing work, visit www.CIVIQSmartscapes.com.
About CIVIQ Smartscapes
CIVIQ Smartscapes is the leading developer of street-level citizen engagement networks, deploying customized solutions that offer Wi-Fi connectivity, enhanced public information and services and sensor technology to cities. Our products and services create “smartscapes” – through innovative communications structures that provide cities with intelligent urban infrastructure. Through our development of innovative technology and strategic relationships with industry leaders, CIVIQ Smartscapes delivers turnkey networked solutions to cities with a range of beneficial services that generate city revenue, enhance communication and public services, and support urban efficiency.