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Innovation Approaches to Today’s Challenges

MW Presents is a podcast sponsored by our partners and vendors and distributed on Municipal World’s network. Topics include smart cities, new technologies, and innovative ways municipalities are adapting to the ever-changing local government context.
Series launch: June, 2020

 

AI teams up with local government - Zoran Postic, City of Vaughan

Artificial intelligence is going local. The City of Vaughan is working smarter to bring cutting edge, innovative solutions to their municipality. Deputy City Manager of ...

The digital solution to tax payment woes - PaySimply

Online property tax payments are now possible - at no added cost to municipalities. PaySimply, Payment Source's secure, alternative payment platform removes the headache. And, ...

Sustainability and community ice rinks - Chuck Allgood & Omar Mitchell

Sustainable refrigeration has a big role in keeping community ice rinks cost effective. And Chemours is working with the NHL to help make that goal ...

Transparency and accountability for the future with TELUS IoT - Michael Cihra & Dave Wood

Bringing real-time visibility solutions to businesses. The internet of things is here to stay and TELUS IoT is keeping their focus on innovation. Michael Cihra ...

Digital streamlining and e-permits with Cloudpermit - Jarkko Turtiainen

E-permitting is the future. But how exactly does this streamlined process look for Canada? Vice-President of Cloudpermit Jarkko Turtiainen joins Municipal World CEO Susan Gardner ...

Funding your Smart City - Wendy Gnenz

Access funding to build your Smart City. The march of progress carries on as a new frontier of digital connection finds its way to urban ...

Building a secure, remote government workforce for today and the future - David De Abreu

COVID-19 has dramatically changed the way we work. David De Abreu from Cisco joins Susan Gardner to highlight important considerations for local governments now and ...

A step into smart cities with TELUS IoT and Miovision - Kurtis Mcbride

Understanding traffic is fundamental to managing the evolution of our cities. But, when Kurtis McBride looked at how cities were measuring traffic, he saw methods ...