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The Smart City Podcast
Smart City Podcast Interview with Alan Marcus, head of digital strategy at Planet Smart City Hosted by Jim Frazer
8 Jun 2020 · 54 mins
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19 Aug 2020
Saving the World by Leveraging Our Collective Impact with Katie Patrick, Environmental Engineer - Hosted By Jim Frazer
ARC's Vice President, Infrastructure and Smart Cities, Jim Frazer sits down with Katie Patrick, Environmental Engineer & Dr. Melissa Wiley, Data Analyst, City of Gainesville, Florida. In order to discuss initiatives with in the Smart City ecosystem, for mitigating our collective environmental impact and how we can all get involved.
3 Aug 2020
Smart City Best Practices with Kevin Comstock, Smart Cities Director, City of Chattanooga & Dr. Melissa Wiley, Data Analyst, City of Gainesville, Florida
Welcome everyone, I'm Jim Frazier of ARCA Advisory Group, and this is the Smart City Podcast. Today, we have a panel discussion with some with, with some intriguing end users of Smart City Technology. *0:15* We have Kevin Comstock, Smart Cities, Director of the City of Chattanooga, as well as doctor Melissa Wiley, who's a data analyst for the city of Gainesville, Florida. Welcome to both of you, love, Thank you, Jim. *0:31* OK, well, thanks for joining us today. *0:34* Um, there's been a lot lot published and discussed about Smart Cities. Much of its vaporware Can can each of you share some? You know, interesting projects that actually are happening on the ground and in both Chattanooga and Gainesville. *0:53* Sure, Be happy to. one of the, we've got three major projects are three major activities that we've got going on here in Chattanooga. The first one is a collaborative of different governmental agencies, academia, hospitals, health care people, the electric power board here. The individuals that installed our fiber network about 10 years ago, that created the gig city. *1:24* So, that group is kinda working together to identify opportunities in smart cities more from an economic development perspective and to help bring technology and research to our universities here. So, which leads into the first or the next project, which is our Testbed. The city and the University of Tennessee Chattanooga have built a living laboratory on one of our corridors here in town. *1:51* It's about a mile and a half long, has 11 intersections on it, where we have deployed numerous sensors for vehicle, detection, air quality detection, mckusick detection, to get a very good sense of how that corridor or operates from an urban perspective. Some of the things that we're doing there are actually starting to test out some of the ... technologies for live spat, challenge the signal facing and timing transmission between vehicles and infrastructure and from the infrastructure back to the vehicles. So that's been going on here for about 18 months, now. *2:29* The next project we've got is a collaborative project with the Oak Ridge National Labs, and the National Renewable Energy Lab on a digital twin here in the community, which is computer simulation of our entire city, basically. And the primary points that they're looking at with that is the traffic system, how we can reduce emissions, are improved fuel economy, reduced energy, use this as a department, event, US Department of Energy project. So, but it's, it's in its second year now, they're getting ready to roll out the next two years of the project. And they're expanding that to be much more of a regional perspective than the one specific corridor that they've identified. And I've been working on for the past two years. Well, Kevin, let me jump in that, That, that's fascinating. *3:23* It's a Department of Energy project that is building a Digital Twin with a focus on your transportation network, correct? *3:33* And it didn't come from the U S D O T? correct. *3:39* I don't get into politics. That's that's. That's it, That Melissa, there's another, in gainesville's a big university town. *3:50* Yeah. And there's a there's a lot happening there. I know, in the Smart City domain. You maybe want to touch on some of the things you're personally involved with, in terms of Data analytics. *Read entire transcript at *https://www.gotostage.com/channel/8c81af73828943598cf4b25ae492b3e9/recording/20169eda5bea434b9afb456df05bfc47/watch?source=CHANNEL
27 Jul 2020
Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Planning – Start Early! A Conversation with Joffrey Wilson of Mortenson
Vehicle electrification is proving to be a winning proposition for fleets. Often overlooked in the conversation though is the charging infrastructure. In this episode, Joffrey Wilson of Mortenson joins ARC Transportation Analyst Eduard Fidler to discuss planning for energy delivery requirements, utility engagement, siting, permitting, construction planning, and the occasional power infrastructure upgrade to ensure a successful EV fleet deployment.
22 Jul 2020
Data Analytics and The Response to Covid-19 with Dr. Melissa Whiley Hosted by Jim Frazer
15 Jun 2020
A "Hyper-Connected City Future” with guest Gordon Feller, hosted by Jim Frazer
How will our most advanced technologies help us to bridge the big gaps? Listen in on our 35-minute conversation about the “hyper-connected city future” with Gordon Feller, one of Silicon Valley’s leading advisors to companies and governments. ARC’s Jim Frazer asks him about the history of the Valley’s biggest companies working to tackle big problems. We discussed some of the first-hand knowledge he’s gained since his arrival into Silicon Valley’s executive ranks in 1983. This free-wheeling conversation reviews a range of the critical elements for a positive future, including ‘smart assets’ such as streetlights, parking, intersections, vehicles. In projects across the globe, including for 8 years from his base at Cisco’s HQ, Gordon’s aim has always has been the same: harnessing the immense power of data (IoT, AI, machine-learning) in ways that support citizens and decision-makers.