The Central Business District has been earmarked to test innovative lighting solutions and parking accessibility and enforcement.
A City Council committee on Tuesday recommended Brooks and the South Texas Medical Center as proving grounds for smart-city technology.
If all goes according to plan, the City will by year’s end name an new innovation zone, a pilot area to test so-called smart city initiatives in San Antonio.
Two homegrown startups – one uses robots to create indoor maps, the other wants to automate utility bill assistance – will take up residency at the City of San Antonio for 16 weeks.
CivTechSA is a civic innovation program aimed at developing solutions to community challenges in San Antonio.
To deliver better services to residents and help create a city that’s attractive for incoming talent, San Antonio has began adopting a smart city approach.