Unlocking Alberta’s Innovation Potential
2016 Alberta Smart City Symposium Highlights
The Alberta Smart City Symposium brought together 175+ of Alberta's Smart City innovators in the beautiful Kinnear Centre for Creativity and Innovation in Banff, Alberta.
2015 Creativity and Convergence Session
Reaching out and spreading the word to Alberta's industry leaders is important to the success of the Alliance.
Analytics for Measuring Water, Electricity
Optimizing resources is particularly relevant for cities because of their impact on both livability as well as resilience.
Redesigning Future Vehicles
Imagine never having to worry about an accident again. Using cloud and analytics technologies, Continental and IBM are trying to build this world.
Creative Destruction: What is it, and should I be worried?
Creative destruction loosely refers to the replacement of existing businesses, practices, ideas, processes, and products with new technology and innovation.
From NFC technology to mobile loyalty applications, keeping on top of the latest payment technology trends can give your business an edge over the competition.
St. Albert's Smart City Master Plan Released for Comment
May 25, 2016 — Subjects: Alberta, Best Practices, Canada, Implementation, Innovation, St. Albert, Strategic Planning
St. Albert’s smart city master plan released for final stakeholder consultation, with expected approval September 2016 and inclusion in future budget deliberations...
Edmonton Mayor Positions City as Health Innovation Leader
April 25, 2016 — Subjects: Alberta, Canada, Commerce, Edmonton, Innovation
Mayor Don Iveson said Edmonton’s economy is due for a rebranding as he unveiled plans Monday to market the city as Canada’s hub for health innovation...
New Ideas Embraced at Alberta Smart City Symposium
April 23, 2016 — Subjects: Alberta, Alliance, Best Practices, Canada, Collaboration, Engagement, Events, Implementation, St. Albert
You probably don’t know how smart your city already is. “You’re smarter than you think,” Maya Pungur-Buick, St. Albert’s general manager of corporate strategic services, told a crowd last week...
St. Albert First in Canada to Buy Electric Transit Buses
March 04, 2016 — Subjects: Alberta, Canada, Implementation, Infrastructure, St. Albert, Transportation
The City of St. Albert today announced that it has taken steps to become the first municipality in Canada to order long-range all-electric buses to deploy on city streets for public transit use...
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