Redlands Coast Smart and Connected City Strategy

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This is your chance to help us develop the Redlands Coast Smart and Connected City Strategy!

Redland City Council has identified the opportunity to develop a smart and connected city strategy to help improve the liveability, prosperity and sustainability of Redlands Coast.

Smart solutions can include new technology or new ways of applying existing technology. They can also include new ways of doing things or working together and encourage new ways of thinking. Examples include the use of remote sensing technology for monitoring assets or informing the community, using recycled products in road surfaces and partnering with communities in environmental management.

By embracing new partnerships, policy, infrastructure and digital technology, Council will be able to adapt, innovate and improve how we respond to changes and challenges. This is especially important for our island communities, where innovative solutions could be explored to help address future infrastructure needs.

We want your input! Tell us what you think is important to:

  • drive innovation in Council’s service delivery through policy, partnerships, infrastructure investment and technology
  • build on the city’s capabilities and opportunities
  • attract new businesses and investment to deliver real solutions to local issues.

Looking at Redlands Coast through a smart city lens

By becoming a smart city, Redlands Coast could consider a variety of ways to:

  • make decisions based on real time data
  • increase community-centric engagement, using intuitive website methods, mobile applications, self-service portals and convenient online accounts
  • use technology to enhance community access to information like land use data or storm or fire risks
  • use active monitoring and real time information to reduce our environmental footprint
  • deliver better transportation through real-time public transport applications, intelligent traffic signals, autonomous vehicles and smart parking management
  • create local jobs through new innovative business opportunities
  • save money by reducing waste through actively monitoring water and energy use
  • create community-centric business opportunities that recognise and support local advantages.

Join the conversation to shape the smart city agenda for Redlands Coast.

Have your say before consultation closes on 22 November 2019.

This is your chance to help us develop the Redlands Coast Smart and Connected City Strategy!

Redland City Council has identified the opportunity to develop a smart and connected city strategy to help improve the liveability, prosperity and sustainability of Redlands Coast.

Smart solutions can include new technology or new ways of applying existing technology. They can also include new ways of doing things or working together and encourage new ways of thinking. Examples include the use of remote sensing technology for monitoring assets or informing the community, using recycled products in road surfaces and partnering with communities in environmental management.

By embracing new partnerships, policy, infrastructure and digital technology, Council will be able to adapt, innovate and improve how we respond to changes and challenges. This is especially important for our island communities, where innovative solutions could be explored to help address future infrastructure needs.

We want your input! Tell us what you think is important to:

  • drive innovation in Council’s service delivery through policy, partnerships, infrastructure investment and technology
  • build on the city’s capabilities and opportunities
  • attract new businesses and investment to deliver real solutions to local issues.

Looking at Redlands Coast through a smart city lens

By becoming a smart city, Redlands Coast could consider a variety of ways to:

  • make decisions based on real time data
  • increase community-centric engagement, using intuitive website methods, mobile applications, self-service portals and convenient online accounts
  • use technology to enhance community access to information like land use data or storm or fire risks
  • use active monitoring and real time information to reduce our environmental footprint
  • deliver better transportation through real-time public transport applications, intelligent traffic signals, autonomous vehicles and smart parking management
  • create local jobs through new innovative business opportunities
  • save money by reducing waste through actively monitoring water and energy use
  • create community-centric business opportunities that recognise and support local advantages.

Join the conversation to shape the smart city agenda for Redlands Coast.

Have your say before consultation closes on 22 November 2019.

  • This is your chance to help us develop the Redlands Coast Smart and Connected City Strategy.

    Have your say now.

    This is your chance to help us develop the Redlands Coast Smart and Connected City Strategy.

    Have your say now.

    Consultation has concluded