If San Antonio is to live up to its goal of being an equitable city, openness must be reflected in the ways its leaders engage both data and citizens.
The kiosks will provide information on hundreds of points of interest, charge devices via USB, and provide a free Wi-Fi signal.
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.
“Smart City Day” at Casa San Antonio sought to show how top tech trends are impacting mobility, affordability, the digital divide, and more.
For the past six months, I’ve been studying Smart City approaches in the United States and China, as part of a Zhi-Xing China Eisenhower Fellowship.
During the fall of 2015 a small group representing local government, our public research university, and the private sector began to discuss how San Antonio could develop a focus on smart city approaches to local issues.
San Antonio City Manager Sheryl Sculley gave an overview of the $2.5 billion proposed budget for the 2017 fiscal year to City Council on Thursday.