Talking points to justify the Las Vegas road trip during this cold weather . . .
“Roughly 96 percent of residents in Kansas City have fiber access at their doorway… But in half of our neighborhoods, citizens don’t take advantage of that because of a mindset barrier or a social barrier.”
Chief information officers from Las Vegas, Kansas City and Miami spoke about pushing smart city agendas to improve communities. CIOs from Miami, Kansas City, and Las Vegas spoke on the CNET stage at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018 this week on smart city programs. Kevin Burns, CIO for the city of Miami, said the use of technology helped prepare the city for Hurricane Irma.