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Bloomberg Philanthropies Government Innovation program

Bloomberg Philanthropies Government Innovation program

Bloomberg Philanthropies, 25 East 78th Street, New York, NY 10075, USA



Innovation has been at the core of our corporate DNA since 1936, and the last several years have seen a wave of innovation that is delivering the promise of Smart Parking to cities of all sizes.​

Intel's Big Data for Precision Farming

Intel's Big Data for Precision Farming

University of California, Davis, Shields Avenue, CA, USA

Intel is working with University of California, Davis, to perfect irrigation techniques by placing sensors in crops and other strategic areas to monitor soil and air moisture levels.

World Smart City Awards

The World Smart City Awards seek to recognize pioneering projects, ideas and strategies that promote sustainable urban development around the globe.


Opti prepares today's infrastructure for tomorrow's storms. We provide Continuous Monitoring and Adaptive Control (CMAC) of stormwater systems at watershed scale.

Sea Level Rise Toolbox

Interactive mapping tool for visualizing the effects of rising see levels

Audit of the Administration of the Internet of Things

In this audit, we obtained an understanding of the Commonwealth’s current IoT environment in terms of device use and planned use by surveying a sample of Commonwealth agencies (see Appendix) where we believed IoT devices were used for significant purposes.


Follow air quality in your city in real-time, and protect yourself from pollution thanks to our personalized advice and hourly forecasts.

SONYC Sounds of New York City

SONYC is currently seeking citizen scientists to help address NYC’s noise by annotating audio clips for our machine learning technology.

Waze Connected Citizens

Waze Connected Citizens

Waze, Yigal Alon Street, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

Over a thousand cities and other public sector partners are already working with Waze to gain better data and insights; reduce driving alone with Waze Carpool; and to make their communities safer with Waze's Beacons and Crisis programs.

Smart Cities Expo

Smart Cities Expo

Barcelona Spain

Smart City Expo World Congress is the world's biggest and most influential event on urban innovation.

Link NYC

LinkNYC is a first-of-its-kind communication network, bringing the fastest free public Wi-Fi to millions of New Yorkers and visitors.

Boston's Smart Streets page

City page covers which tracking technologies are in place, why, and what they mean for privacy



425 Broadway, New York, NY, USA

Placemeter is an open urban intelligence platform. Create your account to automatically quantify pedestrian and vehicular movement for a selected area: streets, parks, stores, and much more.

Mesa by Sidewalk Labs

Mesa by Sidewalk Labs

Sidewalk Labs, 10th Avenue, New York, NY, USA

An easy-install kit to help commercial buildings cut energy costs.

Hush City

Hush City

Hardenbergstraße 40, 10623 Berlin, Germany

With Hush City app, you are an active part of a soundscape and citizen science research project to map and evaluate everyday quiet areas.



New York, NY

Heat Seek's sensors monitor heat for New York City tenants during heat season.


We are here to give you actionable information about the quality of your city's air, water and sound.

Beijing Air Tracks

The causes and effects of air pollution comprise a complicated chemical recipe that is all too easily reduced to superficial observation (the color of the sky) or an abstract statistical reading from static instruments. In reality, the total experience of a city’s air quality is a combination of highly localized as well as more regional effects that shift in intensity as one moves through an urban landscape.

Purple Air

Purple Air

110 West 13800 South, Draper, UT 84020, USA

A low cost air quality sensor network providing real time measurement of air quality on a public map.

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