Small City Gone Smart: Redesigning Traffic Lights in the GIS Capital
An article written by Kjeld Lindsted for StateScoop gives a perspective smaller cities like Redlands and how they often struggle to compete on technology initiatives when stacked against the likes of Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, New York or Detroit. In small cities, leaders are closer to the staff. This provides an opportunity to build momentum behind a smart city initiative. They see their small size as a big advantage and they want to leverage it for all it’s worth. Redlands doesn’t have a large budget, but their ability to drive innovation is a direct result of how they support their staff. Receive a copy in your inbox by emailing email@example.com
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