Dublin Digs Deep with City Data | Navigant Research Blog
Cities that want to take advantage of new technologies to improve their operations should be ready to embrace both top-down investment in new management and control systems and bottom-up innovation from a wide range of stakeholders.  Dublin provides a good example of a city that is taking advantage of both approaches to attack some critical city issues.

Dublin Digs Deep with City Data | Navigant Research Blog

Cities that want to take advantage of new technologies to improve their operations should be ready to embrace both top-down investment in new management and control systems and bottom-up innovation from a wide range of stakeholders.  Dublin provides a good example of a city that is taking advantage of both approaches to attack some critical city issues.

Becoming the Smartest Lake on the Planet
The collaboration partners expect that this world-class scientific and technology facility at Lake George will create a new model for predictive preservation and remediation of critical natural systems on Lake George, in New York, and ultimately around the world.
Read more here: http://ibm.co/110N2pa

Becoming the Smartest Lake on the Planet

The collaboration partners expect that this world-class scientific and technology facility at Lake George will create a new model for predictive preservation and remediation of critical natural systems on Lake George, in New York, and ultimately around the world.

Read more here: http://ibm.co/110N2pa

Creating a Global Model for Protecting One of the World’s Natural Wonders | A Smarter Planer Blog
The Jefferson Project at Lake George, being launched today in Upstate New York, is the culmination of a generation’s work to understand the lake’s changing water quality and what it will take to protect it for the next generation.

Creating a Global Model for Protecting One of the World’s Natural Wonders | A Smarter Planer Blog

The Jefferson Project at Lake George, being launched today in Upstate New York, is the culmination of a generation’s work to understand the lake’s changing water quality and what it will take to protect it for the next generation.

The Netherlands Looks to Big Data to Tackle Flooding | The Wall Street Journal
Given that two-thirds of the population of The Netherlands lives in flood-prone areas and the country has 16,496 kilometers (10,250 miles) of dikes, it is not surprising that the Dutch have something of a close relationship with water.

The Netherlands Looks to Big Data to Tackle Flooding | The Wall Street Journal

Given that two-thirds of the population of The Netherlands lives in flood-prone areas and the country has 16,496 kilometers (10,250 miles) of dikes, it is not surprising that the Dutch have something of a close relationship with water.