Principles for Reforming Public Services with Data
Data analytics is no cure-all; it cannot address every issue. So how do you work out where it has something to contribute?
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.
Spark: An Open Source Revolution Comes to Data Analytics
Spark has the potential to place large-scale data processing capabilities at the fingertips of organizations all over the world.
Smart Technologies to Ease Frustrations on New Jersey Toll Roads
NJTA, IBM and other technology partners have developed new capabilities with the goal of improving the motoring experience and making these two highways safer.
IBM Building Management Center at Carnegie Mellon
The IBM Building Management Center, a turnkey, ready-to-use analytics system delivered by IBM’s SoftLayer Cloud, will monitor the school’s energy and building automation and control systems.
Date - July 05, 2017 Author - 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.
Date - March 18, 2017 Author - Doug Neuman, St. Albert Gazette
The City of St. Albert has begun the first of many pilot projects to look at what value wireless sensor networks could bring to the City and its residents
Date - March 10, 2017 Author - City of St. Albert
The City of St. Albert has launched a Smart City sensor pilot project, which is the first pilot within a larger review of wireless sensor networks and management platforms throughout 2017.
Date - March 03, 2017 Author - Lynda Neufeld, CBC News
The City of Edmonton is researching technology that provides information on available parking stalls in "real time."
Date - March 03, 2017 Author - Sharon Crowder, The Globe and Mail
St. Albert, a small Alberta city, is moving forward on an ambitious plan for growth based on early adoption of new urban technologies
Date - November 25, 2016 Author - Emily Mertz, Global News
Infrared cameras fly over a city in the middle of the night, street by street, to gather heat maps of each home
Date - March 03, 2015 Author - Jesse Snyder, Alberta Oil Magazine
By gathering those sensors and funneling the data they collect through highly complex algorithms, companies can quickly build up enormous databases crammed full of online chatter fromTwitter’s 288 million active monthly users.
Date - December 19, 2012 Author - CBC News
The Calgary Parking Authority launched a new iPhone app on Wednesday with added features beyond paying for parking.
Date - June, 2013 Author - IBM
This IBM Redbooks Point-of-View publication identifies the key questions you need to address to capitalize on your big data needs.
Date - July, 2010 Author - IBM
This IBM Institute for Business Value study on creating smarter cities shows how cities can assess and monitor progress in optimizing core systems against a set of key parameters, as well as determine how they measure up to their peers.
October 29 – 02, 2017
The ITS World Congress brings together global leaders in intelligent and transformative transportation to showcase and evaluate the latest innovative concepts, active prototypes, and live systems.
October 14 – 16, 2016
The inaugural Alberta Open Data Summit will be held October 14 & 15 at the Stanley A. Milner Library in downtown Edmonton.
September 30 – 01, 2016
Second Annual DMC Canada Data Analytics Business Intelligence Conference
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