Why Do Infill Projects Have to Be Boring?

Boring is not the case with a new condo development on San Pablo Avenue in Oakland. In the 1990s, including the work of artisans in new construction or remodels was common. These days, this corridor is home to a lot block after block of new housing that looks like Holiday Inns. But not Wardenclyffe.

San Pablo Avenue Condos Are Works of Art

Could Connected Cars Benefit Society?

Services for connected cars are usually evaluated by whether they’ll benefit the automaker and/or the consumer. Looking beyond push notifications for the nearest fast-food joint, there could be some societal benefits from these services. This article examines the potential for social good.

The Real Winners in Connected Car Services

Cities and the Urban Data Challenge

There is definitely profit to be had in city data: directly by selling/sharing data and indirectly by saving money and improving every aspect of the city, from transportation to tax collection. While municipalities face a lot of the same challenges in implementing IoT and data analytics that business does, there are specific barriers, including the way cities contract and pay for outside services. Read more:

Cities Get Smarter about Embracing the Data Economy