Smart Cities News

Former Philadelphia mayor joins the board of Rubicon

Former Philadelphia mayor joins the board of Rubicon

Michael Nutter is expanding his role with the smart waste and recycling company after partnering with RubiconSmartCity in his capacity as an advisory board member for two years.

DIFC and Etisalat join forces to implement smart technologies

DIFC and Etisalat join forces to implement smart technologies

Dubai International Financial Centre will become the telecoms provider’s preferred location to test smart city and other advanced technologies as they are developed.

City smart sewer project claims to pinpoint unknown Covid-19 outbreaks

City smart sewer project claims to pinpoint unknown Covid-19 outbreaks

Wastewater company Kando and scientists have announced initial findings of a pilot project in the Israeli city of Ashkelon aimed at detecting virus outbreaks.

Smart waste solutions available on global marketplace

Smart waste solutions available on global marketplace

Rubicon, whose solutions are used by more than 50 cities in the US, has made its smart city technology products available on the Geotab Marketplace.

Huawei and SC2 strike agreement to collaborate on Saudi smart cities

Huawei and SC2 strike agreement to collaborate on Saudi smart cities

The first project will be the implementation of smart parking, smart lighting, video analytics technology and an ICT infrastructure for the cities of Al Khobar, Dammam and Dhahran.

Smart waste and global science company team to promote circularity

Smart waste and global science company team to promote circularity

Rubicon and UL will work together on their shared goals and aspirations towards zero waste and sustainability while creating economic value.

Smart waste report sets out how to realise the circular economy

Smart waste report sets out how to realise the circular economy

Rubicon’s report, Toward a Future Without Waste, presents a roadmap for cities and governments on how to implement technology-based solutions to build a more sustainable future.

The future of smart city tech: Helping governments be proactive, not reactive

The future of smart city tech: Helping governments be proactive, not reactive

Applying smart technology to waste and recycling fleets provides a win for citizens, governments and the environment, and helps build equitable communities, says Rubicon’s Michael Allegretti.

Companies join forces for interoperable smart city solution

Companies join forces for interoperable smart city solution

Wellness TechGroup and National Narrowband Network Co want to help cities implement an infinite number of applications without being locked into a single proprietary vendor.

Fort Smith pilots smart waste platform across its fleet

Fort Smith pilots smart waste platform across its fleet

The city in Arkansas wants to enhance its municipal solid waste, recycling, and yard waste offerings in terms of sustainability and customer service through Rubicon’s smart city platform.