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In the News
- ‘Park’ Your Investments In Municipal Bonds Forbes – June 8, 2019 Parks make places nicer. Communities with parks have healthier environments for residents, with better air quality, more opportunities for active living and positive social engagement.
- How can we bring transparency to urban tech? These icons are a first step. Medium – April 19, 2019 Our “Digital Transparency in the Public Realm” project brought people around the world together to co-create a visual language to demystify the tech in cities.
- Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs is developing visual cues to indicate when their tech is monitoring you TechCrunch – April 19, 2019 Alphabet’s subsidiary focused on urban tech development, Sidewalk Labs, is now trying to reinvent signage for smart cities.
- 3 startups collaborate on solutions to Brooklyn, NY’s mobility issues Smart Cities Dive – March 12, 2019 The Circular City Showcase concept is based on the idea that urban problems can be better solved through multiple stakeholders collaborating than by each entity working separately.
- Brooklyn’s New Lab showcases automated traffic counting, HD maps for autonomous cars amNY – March 11, 2019 The tech “ecosystem” boasts more than 100 companies and 600 entrepreneurs, according to its website.
- The challenge of harnessing urban tech City & State – March 8, 2019 Getting NYC to adopt urban tech is tricky business
- How smart city tech is helping to keep cars from illegally driving on this car-free street Fast Company – March 6, 2019 The issue with “smart cities” technology is that it can’t be proven useful until it gets up and running in the urban landscape. The tech hub New Lab gave three startups a chance to prove themselves in Downtown Brooklyn–and it’s paying dividends.
- Your city is watching you Curbed – January 17, 2018 How machine learning and “computer vision” will transform our cities
- More Accurate Bicycle Counter Could Give Complete Streets Advocates a Boost Next City – June 6, 2016 In 2013, the League of American Bicyclists released a report, “Where We Ride: An Analysis of Bicycling in American Cities,” which gleaned insight from the Census Bureau’s 2012 American Community Survey.
- Knight prototype fund project Numina uses data to help build better cities Knight Foundation – November 11, 2015 It’s relatively easy to count cars. Lay down a tube in the road to figure out how many vehicles cross a screenline. People, on foot or bicycle, are not so easy.