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Smart City

Council has developed its first smart city strategy. The Smart City Plan 2018-2025(4298 kb) is a collaborative strategic planning document that will guide Council, and a wide range of stakeholders and partners, towards a smart and innovative future.

Our aim has been to develop a roadmap for creating a smarter and more innovative city to maximise opportunities as they are presented in sectors including technology, advanced manufacturing, the digital economy and the creative industries.

The strategy will leverage the smart city movement to improve liveability, sustainability and economic diversity. It will help ensure our future city has effective and integrated public transport, nurtures a creative and vibrant community and features best-practice energy and water efficiency.

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Our Smart City Vision

Charles Sturt is a leading smart city that uses information and technology to better respond to its community and business needs.

By 2025 we will be…

  • A city that has a strong and connected community by using emerging smart technologies and enables everyone to participate;
  • A livable city that uses smart technology in its public places, connects people, and uses technology-enabled infrastructure;
  • A city that applies technology and innovation to overcome future environmental challenges;
  • An economically thriving city that has access to digital infrastructure and leverages it to support business growth, investment and sustainability across priority sectors; and
  • Provide transformational leadership that fosters collaboration across government, industry and business.

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Our Approach – Guiding Principles

To be flexible and recognise that new opportunities will continually arise as digital technologies evolve. Potential new activities can be assessed and prioritised based on alignment with the strategic outcomes and initiatives that underpin this Strategy.

Citizen Centric - Residents, business, entrepreneurs, industry and government will be engaged early and often. We will use technology to be more community connected and encourage participation, access and inclusion through the design of citizen centric digital services.

Collaboration - We will make it easy to partner and focus on shared outcomes.

Innovation - We will influence regulation to reduce red tape, test and trial new technology.

Sustainable - We will develop digital city standards and leverage new business models. We will be commercially driven and ensure the Business Case ‘stacks up’.

Measurable - We will measure the effectiveness of the smart city approach to projects.

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Smart Bins and Benches

Bin sensors will detect when bins are full and optimise collection routes. Benches provide WiFi and phone charging points.

Smart Lighting

Smart poles provide energy efficient LED lighting, but that's not all. Each pole can house WiFi signal points, sensors, public address system and more.

Smart Screens

Interactive smart screens provide information to help people find out the latest on what's going on in the city.

Future Community Hubs

Co-located Community Centres and Libraries to improve digital literacy and act as a lab for collaboration and innovation.

Internet of Things (IoT)

An IoT platform connects almost any device in the city to the internet and to each other. Apps, sensors, and smart city applications generate data on the city

Smart Parking

Sensors in the street detect available parking and send data to drivers.

Public WiFi

Free public WiFi is available providing high speed quality internet access.

Smart Energy

Buildings are powered by the sun through solar panels connected to battery storage.

Smart City App

A city app makes information on the city easily available.

Smart Bins and Benches

Bin sensors will detect when bins are full and optimise collection routes. Benches provide WiFi and phone charging points.

Smart Lighting

Smart poles provide energy efficient LED lighting, but that's not all. Each pole can house WiFi signal points, sensors, public address system and more.

Smart Screens

Interactive smart screens provide information to help people find out the latest on what's going on in the city.

Future Community Hubs

Co-located Community Centres and Libraries to improve digital literacy and act as a lab for collaboration and innovation.

Internet of Things (IoT)

An IoT platform connects almost any device in the city to the internet and to each other. Apps, sensors, and smart city applications generate data on the city

Smart Parking

Sensors in the street detect available parking and send data to drivers.

Public WiFi

Free public WiFi is available providing high speed quality internet access.

Smart Energy

Buildings are powered by the sun through solar panels connected to battery storage.

Smart City App

A city app makes information on the city easily available.


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