ABOUT SMART CITIES GROUP
Smart Cities Group supports the growth of the smart cities industry by positioning itself centrally in three key roles between producers and consumers, lenders and borrowers, inventors and investors, and city officials and citizens. The smart cities industry is estimated to be over $900 billion worldwide and growing at 19.8% annually and is expected to surpass $3 trillion by 2026. Smart Cities Group is built on a localized hub platform within urban centers throughout the world.
Chairman of the Board
Don L. Rondeau
President and Chief Executive Officer
States, cities, townships, counties, academic Institutions, Fortune 1000 companies, military installations, government facilities, commercial and residential construction companies, home builders, federal, state, local, tribal, and territories, and general contractors.
Chemical Emergency Services
Commercial Facilities Energy
Critical Manufacturing Food & Agriculture
Dams Government Facilities
Defense industrial Base Healthcare & Public Health
Information Technology Transportation System
Water & Wastewater Pollution Mitigation Strategies
Smart City Evaluation, Sector-Specific Evaluations, Assessments, and Project Plans
Smart Cities Group is an international Smart City corporation. We design, create and manage smart systems, and processes that establish the innovative synergy required to improve safety, security, economics, health, and overall quality of life for the citizens of the municipalities that we serve. Our approach is grounded in international standards, and cutting-edge technology built on an established solid framework. We provide a host of smart services and tools including our award-winning Smart City Assessments. The one thousand points plus assessment measures the efficacy of relevant systems, plans, processes, and functions. The output of the assessment is compared against the
"smartest" cities in the world. Clients receive sectors, industry and function scores, dashboard, and action plans needed to effect change. SCG plans can positively impact the bond rating and the ability to raise capital.