Smart City Networks was recognized before the U.S. Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee for its efforts to assist the COVID-19 response across the country. Jonathan Spalter, President and Chief Executive Officer, USTelecom – The Broadband Association, thanked Smart City, for its work to implement telemedical technology and solutions in centers serving as field hospitals, government support […]
The San Diego Convention Center (SDCC) is providing sheltering services to serve the community, while Smart City aids efforts with connectivity. As part of the response to COVID-19, the San Diego Convention Center is serving as a temporary shelter for 1,100 displaced individuals in need of refuge and social distancing through these circumstances. This is […]
Smart City is proud to provide the Hawaii Convention Center with technology and telecommunications services to serve communities in COVID-19 efforts. The State of Hawaii has a population of roughly 1.4 million people, the better part of a million of which reside on the island of Oahu alone. Home to the state capitol, Honolulu, Oahu, […]
The Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) continues to demonstrate its dedication to their community during these challenging times. Over a month ago, emergency management began utilizing the Orange County Convention Center outdoor spaces, such as parking lots, as a testing site. The center started conducting nearly 250 Coronavirus tests a day and are now equipped […]
Les Goldberg’s professional titles include founder, chief executive officer, and president, and is considered a leader in the entertainment technology services industry. Smart City President, Mark Haley, joined Goldberg and other event industry thought leaders in this podcast to discuss the future and safety of live events. Listen to The Road Ahead Episode 2 here.
While convention centers are not holding events, they continue to serve communities during these unprecedented circumstances and Smart City is supporting their efforts with technical support and telecommunications services. In March, the Santa Clara Convention Center (SCCC) participated in multiple initiatives to provide meals to their community. The City of Santa Clara designed a meal […]
The foundation of the convention center industry is public service and centers across the nation continue to demonstrate that during this challenging time. Our partner facilities are supporting their communities in COVID efforts by providing sheltering to help displaced individuals maintain social distancing, placement for those needing isolation during recovery, meal programs, and Coronavirus testing […]
The 2020 1Q Pinnacle Newsletter is now available. In this quarter’s Pinnacle we focus on Smart City’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Using a mobile device? Follow the link and scroll down to “What’s Inside” and select individual stories to read in a mobile-friendly view.
Smart City team members nationwide extend our support for those impacted by the current 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) health emergency. Obviously, convention centers are not holding events, but that does not mean they have shut down. Many convention centers across the country are supporting their communities in COVID efforts by providing sheltering to help displaced […]
Smart City Networks takes a broad approach to service continuity, including potential effects of an outbreak such as COVID-19. While there is currently no foreseen impact to Smart City’s network and administrative operation of our services, we wanted to provide some detail regarding our preparedness should the situation change. Specific to COVID-19, we are providing an outline of key preparedness activities to ensure continued service […]