- San Mateo County, CA has opened SMC Labs, which it is touting as a “smart solutions” innovation center in Silicon Valley.
- The first-of-its-kind center for the region will bring together cities, residents, universities and businesses to share resources and work together to solve problems.
- Ulysses Vinson, San Mateo County’s chief smart communities officer, told Smart Cities Dive in an email the center will bring “new and innovative internet of things (IoT) technologies to 22 cities and large unincorporated areas of our county.”
Redwood City — In an effort to foster borderless technology innovation, the County of San Mateo
opened SMC Labs, a “smart solutions” innovation center, at its main campus in Redwood City as a
way to bring cities, agencies, residents, universities and businesses together with solutions providers,
domain experts and resources to co-create innovative solutions for complex regional problems.
The County announced the creation of SMC Labs today at IoT World 2018, the industry’s leading
IoT conference attended by over 12,000 Internet of Things (IoT) professionals in Santa Clara, CA.
San Mateo County, Calif., is set to lead a smart city project through a new IoT lab aimed at deploying the technology on a regional scale.
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