Published in NRU Toronto: Designing the smart city

August 19, 2019

How can we build smart cities that serve their citizens well? How can we use technology to ensure Toronto is a thriving, livable, and resilient city for everyone?

 

We recently explored these questions with dozens of participants—from academia, private and public organizations, as well as the general public—at Stantec’s Idea Hackathon. In this new piece for Novae Res Urbis, reporter Rob Jowett interviews our Nancy MacDonald about her favorite ideas from the Hackathon and her approach to smart cities. Download the pdf to read the two-page feature.

Posted with permission of the publisher of NRU Publishing Inc. Original article first appeared in Novae Res Urbis – City of Toronto Edition, Vol. 23, No. 32, Friday, August 16, 2019.

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