March 06, 2018 — Source: High River Times
Businesses in town will have the opportunity to access services at speeds 100 times greater than what is currently offered
November 29, 2017 — Source: City of St. Albert
St. Albert to make it easier for the City and residents to monitor water consumption levels and provide more accurate and beneficial information
November 24, 2017 — Source: Infrastructure Canada
Calling on the communities of Ontario to improve the lives of Canadians through innovation, data, and technology
October 27, 2017 — Source: Intelligent Communities Forum
In a live ceremony in New York City and an online video, the Intelligent Community Forum (ICF) today named the world’s Smart21 Communities of 2018.
October 10, 2017 — Source: Campbell Scientific (Canada) Corp.
EDMONTON, Alberta, Oct. 10, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Edmonton-based Campbell Scientific Canada’s new Internet of Things (IoT) technology, WeatherBrain, is now available to the environmental marketplace after being launched to a gl
October 02, 2017 — Source: Hill Times
Canadian communities are lining up to compete for millions in lucrative funding as part of a new government-organized competition designed to foster greater innovation in urban centres.
September 27, 2017 — Source: Canadian Wind Energy Association
CALGARY, Sept. 27, 2017 /CNW/ - The Alberta Government's plan to add 5,000 MW of new renewable energy capacity by 2030 will deliver economic opportunities, in addition to environmental benefits, according to a new report by The De
July 05, 2017 — Source: Edmonton Journal
DeepMind, the London-based artificial intelligence research division of Google, announced Wednesday it was setting up its first international AI research lab in downtown Edmonton.
June 22, 2017 — Source: Doug Peeples, Smart Cities Council
Okotoks has used a water infrastructure modernization project to revamp the way it manages its supply, and now has one of the lowest per capita water consumption rates on the continent.
June 15, 2017 — Source: Elise Stolte, Edmonton Journal
A volunteer group of tech experts is creating a low-cost network of sensors in Edmonton that could level the playing field in favour of local citizens when it comes to gathering data.