I just wrapped up a few days at the always-impressive VERGE Conference. This post summarizes the most important messages I drew from a panel discussion including StreetLight Data, StreetWize, and the City of San Francisco’s Neighborhood Empowerment Network.
On October 27 - 30, the annual VERGE SF conference will return to San Francisco. Producted by GreenBiz Group, the event focuses on how the intersection of energy, information, building and transportation technologies is accelerating innovation and creating new product, services and business models.
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I spent several days with the vanguard of commercial real estate analytics at the ICSC Research Connection event this week. Collectively, we circled around the fundamental issue of interest: how do we keep brick-and-mortar shopping centers vibrant? For reasons outlined elsewhere on our site, StreetLight firmly believes that brick-and-mortar shopping is a critical part of strong economies and happy, connected communities.
This week, the 6th annual EcoDistricts Summit, will converge on Washington, DC on September 24 - 26th. The summit will explore district-scale sustainable development and dig deep into the public-private-civic partnerships that are laying the groundwork for the neighborhoods of the future: resilient, vibrant, resource-efficient and just.
Sponsored by GreenBiz, the Verge Salon 2014 on September 16th is focusing on next-gen Buildings and Cities. StreetLight's CEO, Laura Schewel, will be speaking on a panel titled "Democratizing Data: How to Make it Accessible and Useful".
The online magazine ReadWrite recently published an article "How Big Data Reveals the Secret Life of Cities".