A roadmap to building smart, sustainable cities
Governor Martin O’Malley is regarded as one of the most successful managers in US political history. As former Mayor of Baltimore and Governor of Maryland, O'Malley is known for his 'entrepreneurial' style of leadership, leveraging smart mapping technology to build a transparent and accountable government.
In this break-out Australian podcast, Governor Martin O'Malley shares how he turned a city and a state around with innovative technology and a commitment to transparent leadership.
Meet StateStat: South Australia's revolutionary, location-based analytics platform providing state executive leadership with a clear understanding of the effectiveness of key government-led initiatives.
The ACT government has developed an automated workflow that is revolutionising Canberra's construction audit process.
Presenter: Jack Dangermond & Martin O’Malley
Esri founder Jack Dangermond and Martin O’Malley discuss how GIS technology research and development has created an unprecedented platform for governments to focus on data-driven leadership.
To better serve the public, smart governments embrace geospatial infrastructure and leverage enhanced insights to make data-driven decisions. Explore the defining technology tenants of a smart government and the role GIS plays in those areas.
The Australian shares Governor Martin O'Malley's take on the next industrial revolution - driven by the internet, automation and renewable energy - and how technology will drive major cities to be more resilient, liveable and healthy.
3D models are set to make Townsville City Council's development application process easier than ever, enable developments and support the city's economic recovery. Find out how.
Dr Amen Ra Mashariki is one of the world's leading urban data strategists. Discover his best-practice approach to creating smarter cities.
The City of Cockburn's innovative 'CoSafe' app achieved international acclaim at the Asia-Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards. Learn how the app leverages the latest in GIS technology to streamline workflows for the city's safety patrol service.
Governor Martin O'Malley discusses how cities and law enforcement agencies can create a positive path forward from the George Floyd protests, by implementing better public safety systems.
The Canterbury Bankstown Council developed the Smart Data initiative championing data transparency, accountability and innovation for increased productivity and planning for the city's future.
In a first for local government, the City of Parramatta uses smart technology to monitor conditions promoting liveability and sustainability in the new suburb of Melrose Park. The capturing, analysing and visualising of local environmental data was the key to Smart Planning for Climate Responsive Neighbourhoods project using smart technology.