Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Smart City Party Moves To Kansas City

The closest thing to a tech win Kansas City has earned in almost half a decade. Check this cowtown feeding on Texas leftovers. Take a look:

Smart Cities Connect Conference Will Move from Austin, Texas, to Kansas City, Mo., Officials Say

After two years in Austin where it continues through Wednesday, June 28, the Smart Cities Connect Conference and Expo and the co-located but separate U.S. Ignite Application Summit nonprofit will both relocate in 2018 from the Texas state capital to Kansas City, Mo., whose CIO has said it will be the nation's smartest city within five years.

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Smartest City? Give me a break! We can't get half of our ghetto rats to complete high school. Is that the state of Smartz in America?

agentzero said...

Funny, kc being a smart city under sly is an oxymoron. They will convene a no impact meeting and then give themselves an award

agentzero said...

Up with the green zone, smart grid for clueless lack of relevance to citizens lives

agentzero said...

Have sly explain how the airport is designed for autonomous transit and details of the business case for streetcar to umkc

agentzero said...

Sly just wants more pork because his sponsors want more pork

agentzero said...

Have sly explain in detail what the smart city actually does for you