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Smart City Strategy

Randwick City Council is working with our community to develop a dedicated Smart City Strategy.

What is a smart pole and how might they be used in Randwick? How are people’s working habits changing, and how can Council plan for and accommodate changing trends? When will driverless cars arrive on our roads, and what does Council need to do to prepare? These are some of the questions we need to consider.

Wireless networks (like Wi-Fi), sensors, real time information, online services, mobile applications, big data collection and analysis, innovation programs, citizen-centric design, and digital connectivity are all hallmarks of smart cities.

Above all, a smart city puts people at the centre, using technology to improve liveability, economic development, and sustainability. It is local community priorities that will shape our smart city Strategy, so your ideas and views are paramount.

Have your say

You are invited to tell us your priorities for smart city innovation to help inform a Council Smart City Strategy. Community consultation is open from Monday 26 March 2018 until Monday 7 May 2018 and there are a number of ways you can be involved:

Survey

We invite you to provide your feedback by completing one of the online surveys below:

Give us your feedback

We also welcome more detailed submissions from all stakeholders - the community, businesses, innovators, smart city vendors, developers, and researchers. Please send your submissions to smartcities@randwick.nsw.gov.au by 9am 7 May 2018.

Attend a workshop

We also invite you to attend a small group workshop to share what you think smart cities means for Randwick and to help identify priority projects and ideas:

Tuesday 10 April 2018, 6:30-8pm, Margaret Martin Library, Royal Randwick Shopping Centre 73 Belmore Rd, Randwick – register your interest by COB Thursday 5 April.

Randwick City Council is working with our community to develop a dedicated Smart City Strategy.

What is a smart pole and how might they be used in Randwick? How are people’s working habits changing, and how can Council plan for and accommodate changing trends? When will driverless cars arrive on our roads, and what does Council need to do to prepare? These are some of the questions we need to consider.

Wireless networks (like Wi-Fi), sensors, real time information, online services, mobile applications, big data collection and analysis, innovation programs, citizen-centric design, and digital connectivity are all hallmarks of smart cities.

Above all, a smart city puts people at the centre, using technology to improve liveability, economic development, and sustainability. It is local community priorities that will shape our smart city Strategy, so your ideas and views are paramount.

Have your say

You are invited to tell us your priorities for smart city innovation to help inform a Council Smart City Strategy. Community consultation is open from Monday 26 March 2018 until Monday 7 May 2018 and there are a number of ways you can be involved:

Survey

We invite you to provide your feedback by completing one of the online surveys below:

Give us your feedback

We also welcome more detailed submissions from all stakeholders - the community, businesses, innovators, smart city vendors, developers, and researchers. Please send your submissions to smartcities@randwick.nsw.gov.au by 9am 7 May 2018.

Attend a workshop

We also invite you to attend a small group workshop to share what you think smart cities means for Randwick and to help identify priority projects and ideas:

Tuesday 10 April 2018, 6:30-8pm, Margaret Martin Library, Royal Randwick Shopping Centre 73 Belmore Rd, Randwick – register your interest by COB Thursday 5 April.