Pittsburgh stays on path to smart-cityness with MetroLab

Despite losing the federal Smart Cities Challenge for $50 million this summer, Pittsburgh and two universities are soldiering on with their related projects. The city¬†will continue its involvement in the MetroLab Network in conjunction with Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh. The city will serve as the test bed for the technology developed […]

Will autonomous microgrids drive IoT in smart cities?

The ability of microgrids to operate autonomously from larger grids could prove to be a major driver of¬†Internet of Things (IoT) adoption in smart cities of the future. A recent Intel Grid Insights blog piece by Andres Carvallo discussed the pivotal role microgrids will play in smart cities of the future. Carvallo is CEO of […]