We're exploring new technology and approaches to help make our city a smarter, safer place in which we live, work and play.
On 14 April 2020 Christchurch City Council submitted to the Government for support for just over $1 billion worth of ‘shovel-ready’ Christchurch infrastructure projects that can quickly stimulate the economy and create jobs, including Smart Cities. Read more on Newsline.
New smart technologies and sensors will allow us to gather real-time data on all sorts of things, so we can see how the city is functioning and respond appropriately.
Being a "smart city" will also bring many other benefits for Christchurch, such as better planning and decision making, attracting international talent to the city and creating new business opportunities.
All our projects are grouped to fit in with the Council's priorities and are designed to create a better Christchurch for everyone.
We are currently working closely with Auckland and Wellington councils to share research and data, as well as partner companies (locally, nationally and internationally) and agencies to deliver our trials and projects.
In the next few months we will start working with the education sector, local residents, community groups and volunteers to create a connected city in which we all enjoy working and living.
If you would like to find out more about the Council's Smart Cities programme, or explore ways you might be able to work with us in the future, please get in touch.
Introducing ‘Seismic Resilience as a Service’ to New Zealand.
Displays real-time information about Christchurch city.
Pre and post-quake Christchurch CBD 3D visualisations.
How did you find your commute? Rate your journey.
We’re using smart sensors to ensure rubbish bins are emptied at the right time.
Compacting solar powered rubbish and recycling bins.