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1. Tell a story: Contribute text, photos, links, quotes or video to describe your smarter city. Start by selecting your medium from the pulldown menu at the top of the box below.
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Share your ideas freely under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License, and help build the Smarter Cities Open Model that grassroots groups everywhere can use as a foundation for making their city smarter. For more, see our Help & FAQ section.

Post Your Smarter City Ideas

1. Tell a story: Contribute text, photos, links, quotes or video to describe your smarter city. Start by selecting your medium from the pulldown menu at the top of the box below.

2. Make sure others can find your story: At the bottom of your post, include your city and country, and any descriptive terms so we can tag it properly.

Share your ideas freely under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License, and help build the Smarter Cities Open Model that grassroots groups everywhere can use as a foundation for making their city smarter. For more, see our Help & FAQ section.

The Tale of a Smarter City (via IBMSocialMedia)

"A city is more than just a collection of buildings, streets, parks, and people, and the many different entities engaged in many different trades.

Its a living environment of different cultures, peoples, ideas and systems that are interdependent yet all determine and shape the others identity.”

The story of smarter cities — told through simple narration, music and illustrations.

Words, voice, sound: Chris Luongo
Art: Jane Harris

Smarter cities topics: Energy (via IBM Smarter Cities)  Intelligent energy networks can balance loads, reduce outages and loss and allow consumers more control over their power usage. CenterPoint Energy is working to create one of the industry’s first intelligent utility networks, serving Houston, the fourth largest city in the U.S.

Smarter cities topics: Energy (via IBM Smarter Cities) Intelligent energy networks can balance loads, reduce outages and loss and allow consumers more control over their power usage. CenterPoint Energy is working to create one of the industry’s first intelligent utility networks, serving Houston, the fourth largest city in the U.S.