At the June 25, 2019 Ordinary Council Meeting Wyndham City Council adopted the Smart City Strategy 2019-2014 and Implementation Plan.
City management, planning and the creation of liveable communities are at the threshold of a new age led by the adoption of new technologies and the use of advanced data analytics to improve operations, decision making and services. But, with the fusion of the smart city concept and next-level urban design, governance models, empowerment of citizens and sustainability, the burgeoning smart cities movement is bringing more and more innovative solutions and greater opportunities directly into the hands of councils and communities.
The smart city is on the verge of realisation in Wyndham. Faced with rapid societal, environmental and technological changes, Wyndham is choosing to be proactive in designing the vision for its future and the steps to get there.
The city will be renowned for its bold and courageous leadership to transform urban transport, data-driven decision making and transparency, co-design with the community, leadership in sustainability and management of the environment and its inclusiveness, participation and community spirit.
2019 Smart Cities Awards Winner
The Wyndham Smart City Strategy 2019-2024, released in June this year, won the prestigious Smart City Strategy award at the Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand 2019 awards ceremony Thursday night (31st October).
As part of the development of Wyndham’s Smart City Strategy, an exercise was undertaken to benchmark Wyndham against cities that are leaders in the Smart City space.
As part of Wyndham City’s plan to bring more people into the Werribee City Centre and allow them to stay longer, the Council will be rolling out Smart Parking technology over the coming months.
The online collaboration platform allows council, utilities, telecommunications providers and transport authorities to share project information well in advance of the works being undertaken.
- Partnership & Collaboration
Wyndham City Council and the Australian Government are partnering to expand CityLens such that any city can utilise the same tool.