• TRB 100th Annual Meeting - A Virtual Event

      January 2021

    • Online Program


Annual Meeting Event Detail

Lectern Session 1286

How Smart Cities Manage Knowledge

Monday, January 13 3:45 PM- 5:30 PM ET
Alexander Linthicum, OST-R/Volpe Center
Sponsored by:
Task Force on Knowledge Management (AB010T)

Smart cities attempt to modernize delivery of public services, management of public assets, and enhancement of public safety by adopting cutting-edge technology, data analytics, communications, and problem-solving techniques. Beyond technology adoption, public agencies’ and their partners’ ability to aggregate knowledge from experience, and to learn from one another under complex and uncertain conditions may be a key determinant of which cities successfully transform themselves. This session features smart cities researchers and practitioners who will share their experiences applying knowledge management within the complex and time-sensitive environments of smart cities. 

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Title Presentation Number
Knowledge Management for Change and Uncertainty
Kristie Chin, University of Texas, Austin
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Smart Lessons Learned for Knowledge Management, Collaboration, and Transfer for Regional Multi-Jurisdiction Smart Networks: City of Detroit and Macomb County Experience
Tony Geara, City of Detroit Department of Public Works
Oladayo Akinyemi, City of Detroit
John Abraham, Macomb County Department of Roads
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The Application of Knowledge Management in Tampa's Smart City Program
Vik Bhide, City of Tampa
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