An urban affairs researcher makes the case for Sidewalk Labs and other smart city developers to turn their attention to LeBreton Flats
Municipal tech leaders in Ottawa say privacy should be top of mind in smart city initiatives
A local startup’s software is not only giving Ottawa firefighters valuable insights before arriving at a frenzied scene, but could also lay the foundations for a smarter and safer nation’s capital
New technology will soon make driving, parking and interacting with City Hall easier, municipal officials say
In the latest edition of the OBJ newsmagazine, publisher Michael Curran notes the value of collaboration between Ottawa's post-secondary institutions
An Ottawa startup equipping first responders with smart tech has received a $615,000 loan from FedDev Ontario
Hydro Ottawa is giving its commercial customers a full picture of how their property is consuming power and offering solutions to help reduce their consumption.
Announcement comes the same day Ottawa MP Catherine McKenna kicks off the federal government’s Smart Cities Challenge, a $75-million nationwide competition.
In this not-so-distant future, autonomous vehicles will need to communicate with smart infrastructure, and a connected home could call a plumber on its own if the basement pipes spring a leak.