The concept of the “smart city” is beginning to be adopted by cities and municipalities worldwide. By providing “smart,” digital services, cities will, ostensibly, become more attractive places to live, offering better living conditions to citizens.
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Day two of The Open Group San Francisco event was held Tuesday, January 31 on another sunny, winter day in San Francisco. Tuesday’s welcome address featured Steve Nunn, President & CEO, and Jim Hietala, VP Business Development and Security, both of The Open Group, greeting attendees for a morning of sessions centered around the theme of Making Standards Work®.
If we are to someday realize the dream of colonizing Mars, Enterprise Architects will play a critical role in getting us there. Developing open standards for the new space industry will help nascent NewSpace companies figure out how they can work together. RedWorks began as an effort to solve the problem of building on Mars. “Now RedWorks want to bring that 3D technology back to Earth. RedWorks is creating a flexible system to print building materials from the dirt beneath your feet. This hyper-local construction system will make it less costly to build in New Frontiers on Earth, by using long established architectural concepts in concert with new adapted organic construction technologies.”
By Andrew Josey, VP, Standards and Certification, The Open Group Technology can be a fickle thing. Spurred by perpetual innovation, the one constant in the
By The Open Group Background The automotive industry is currently facing massive challenges. For the past 30-40 years, automakers have faced stiff competition in the
By The Open Group This year marks the 20th anniversary of the first version of TOGAF®, an Open Group standard, and the publication of “The