Smart City Works News & Events
EVENT: The first annual Smart City Challenge — a month-long hacking event and pitch competition — was held to find solutions for the toughest challenges in housing, transportation, health, broadband, energy, water infrastructure, and public safety.
Smart City Works Leads First-of-its-Kind Safer Building/Smarter Building Technology Deployment at EagleBank Arena
Collaboration with U.S. Department of Homeland Security, CIT and George Mason University created an operational test facility for first responders to train and generate valuable research.
Startups specializing in smart-city tech, ‘internet of things’ and solving urban challenges can now apply for Winter 2019-2020 Business Actuation Program.
Smart City Works was named as one of a dozen top smart city accelerators operating globally by SmartMyCity, a Singapore-based technology hub that serves a global audience with news and information about smart cities development.
Smart City Works is proud to congratulate five portfolio companies named to the BuiltWorlds 2019 Infrastructure Tech 50 list.
David Heyman, co-founder of Smart City Works and former Assistant Secretary for Policy at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, will address economic development issues at the Smart Cities Week conference in Washington Sept. 30 to Oct. 2.
Smart City Works and Refraction won a $750,000 federal grant to develop a regional smart infrastructure innovation program for Northern Virginia.
Smart City Works announced their first semi-annual Demo Day, which is being held January 31, 2019 at the Virginia Tech Research Center.
Smart City Works will help the Foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities initiative, an organization dedicated to helping cities around the world become stronger.
Smart City Works was selected by the Department of Homeland Security to help bring innovative technologies to improve public safety to cities across America.
The Government of Slovakia is hiring Smart City Works to help the country’s top urban technology companies accelerate growth and crack the U.S. market.