Join the fourth webinar in the 2019 Smart Cities Webinar Series hosted by Green Electronics Council. This webinar will explore the valuable and necessary human components that make a smart city prosper.
Join Hector Dominguez, our open data coordinator, in a conversation about surveillance technologies and the impacts on civil liberties, transparency and creating safe communities for all. This conversation is hosted by Free Geek.
The City of Portland Privacy and Information Protection Principles will be presented to Portland City Council for adoption. Joins us at City Hall on June 19 at 2:45pm to show support and join the discussion.
Join the first webinar in the 2019 Smart Cities Webinar Series hosted by Green Electronics Council. Examples to make communities smart, sustainable, and resilient will be discussed.
Join Smart City PDX Manager Kevin Martin at Urbanism Next, the source for information about the potential impacts of emerging technologies — autonomous vehicles, E-commerce and the sharing economy — on city development, form, and design and the implications for sustainability, resiliency, equity, the economy, and quality of life.
Hector Dominguez, open data coordinator for Smart City PDX, will participate on the Digital Equity panel at the Portland Community Insights Survey Community Data Fellowship Workshop with representatives from Hack Oregon, Make+Think+Code, and the Coalition of Communities of Color.
Technology touches all of our lives and we're building a community at PSU to examine, challenge and participate in our future. From the internet of things to smart houses to genetic engineering, technological progress continues to accelerate provides exciting opportunities and unique challenges.
This event is sponsored by PDX Privacy look and we will review our privacy principles and their impacts in city services.
This session on smart city technologies, part of the Society for Applied Anthropology annual meeting, facilitates conversations between technologists and anthropologists to understand the future of urban living at the confluence of rapid technological, social, and demographic trends.
This new exhibit at Portland Winter Light Festival highlights community resilience and preparedness, featuring functions that a PREPHub will bring to Portland in 2019.
Inviting all ecologists, data scientists, smart cities policymakers, community advocates, and open source technologists: Join us on January 20, 2019, for the launch of the Make +Think+Code Environmental Stone Soup Project.
Free Geek’s mission is to sustainably reuse technology, enable digital access, and provide education to create a community that empowers people to realize their potential. Hector Dominguez will present the coming City of Portland Privacy and Information Protection Principles. The discussion will also focus on how digital equity organizations like Free Geek can participate in the construction of better data and information practices for all Portlanders.
Hector Dominguez will discuss the coming City of Portland Privacy and Information Protection Principles at the Code For PDX Hack Night.
The City of Portland invites you to a community discussion about our Privacy and Data Protection Rights Initiative.
Third webinar in Green Electronic Council’s five-part series, “Sustainable Disruption: Mobile Technology as a Force for Good,” supported by the GSMA.
Join us at the awesome Portland Mercado on Tuesday, August 28th at 6:30p) and learn how the City of Portland’s Smart City efforts in conjunction with emerging technologies will impact the PDX tech, entrepreneur and Latinx communities.
A webinar to explore how smart cities around the world can play a crucial role in reducing e-waste associated with disturbed sensors and Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Webinar includes presentations from Green Electronics Council, City of Portland, Apis, and Smart Cities Council.
KEYNOTE BREAKFAST & CITY LIGHTING PITCHES
Welcoming Remarks by Mayor Ted Wheeler
Thursday, June 21st, 9:00 – 11:15 a.m.
ABOUT GLOBAL TECH JAM
Bringing together forward-looking research institutions, federal agencies, leading private sector companies, and municipalities interested in preparing their infrastructure for the latest technologies to provide better, more equitable services. This three-day conference will feature Transportation/Mobility with participation from other policy areas including Energy/Water/Waste Management, Public Safety, Wireless, City Platform/Dashboard, Data Governance and Exchange, and Agriculture and Rural.
Building a digitally connected, prosperous community.
The City of Portland Office for Community Technology, along with Multnomah County Library staff, are leading a small working group of Digital Inclusion Network (DIN) members to organize the 2018 Digital Inclusion Summit.
The 2018 Summit is designed to share insights, identify knowledge gaps and to continue our collaborative work to achieve digital equity. Participants will take advantage of inspirational keynotes, panel discussions, and networking breaks to help advance our collective efforts to build a digitally connected, prosperous community.
WHO should attend: Policy-makers, community leaders, decision-makers, and digital inclusion program implementers in education, technology businesses, nonprofits, philanthropy, healthcare, broadband companies, and public agencies.
Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Register today to save your spot! This event is free but space is limited.
Register here and use password: summit2018
See the detailed schedule, event organizers, and transportation directions here: https://www.portlandoregon.gov/revenue/76093
Save the date!
On April 25th, 2018, the City of Portland’s Smart City PDX Project Team will hold an Open House and Tech Expo to introduce Portlanders to the Traffic Safety Sensor Initiative, the City’s latest Smart City Initiative. The initiative will pilot the use of safety sensors on 122nd, Hawthorne and Division, three of Portland’s most dangerous streets.
Representatives from the PBOT Project Team will be present to explain the project and answer questions. The Smart City PDX Coordinating team will also be present to answer questions about citywide smart cities and open data efforts. Representatives from Current by GE, ATT, PGE and Intel, the initiative’s private sector partners, will also be at the event with displays of the sensor technology. Please mark your calendars now.
The event will be free and open to the public.
Bike or Walk
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Bike parking is available on the south side of the building.
#12 and #44, SW 4th Ave.and Hall, Stop ID 12763
PSU/SW 5th Ave and Mill St MAX Station, Stop ID 7618
SW 3rd at Harrison
Metered parking on streets near building. Warning: Street parking is often full during business hours.
Parking garage available at PSU NW Center Plaza, 1930 SW 4th Ave, $1.50 per half-hour (or $12/day), open 6:15 a.m. – 7 p.m. To enter the garage, you must be traveling on SW 4th Avenue (entrance between College Stand Lincoln St.).
15 minutes or less: The building’s loading dock has two 15-minute spaces available first-come, first-served. To access the loading dock, you must enter from Hall St. and proceed straight ahead at the light across 4th Avenue.