The Smart Cincy Summit in Cincinnati last week focused on how the city is working toward becoming a smarter city.
The event, held at tech savvy maker space Union Hall in the trendy Over-the-Rhine district of Cincinnati, was the focus of brainstorming sessions on what it takes to become a truly smart city, with attention on security, big data, connectivity, sustainability and transportation.
TechRepublic spoke to 11 smart city experts at the one-day event, ranging from Cincinnati city officials, to executives at Cintrifuse, Nexigen, Cincinnati Bell, TransitX and ET3 and more.
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