Smart Connected Brisbane blog

The Brisbane Square Library book sorter automatically transports, checks-in, sorts and deposits returned items on trolleys, ready for staff to shelve.

Brisbane was the first city in Australia to implement a functional, large-scale Bluetooth monitoring system, allowing monitoring of our road network in real-time.

Council has harnessed the reach and engagement of digital and face-to-face communication, to maximise inclusivity across Brisbane’s culturally diverse population.

Virtual Brisbane is an innovative, computer-generated 3D model that plays a vital role in helping plan for Brisbane’s growth.

Brisbane City Council’s Annual Plan and Budget 2018-19 outlines an ongoing commitment to delivering a Smart, Connected Brisbane.

If you have an idea to help make Brisbane an even better place to live, work and relax, or a proposal that solves a problem and could enhance Council's services, then we want to hear from you!

The considerable cost involved in safe construction and maintenance of our road networks has led Council to investigate new and innovative solutions to help maintain this network to a cost-effective and high safety standard.

One of Australia’s best public United States Golf Association (USGA) rated golf courses has implemented a revolutionary maintenance system – increasing efficiency and implementing sustainable watering practices.

CitySmart and Brisbane Marketing partnered with property group ISPT and the Ideas Challenge at The Capital in early 2017, searching for innovative ideas to see more people visiting often, staying longer, spending more and generally having a better experience in Brisbane.

Brisbane City Council is helping keep Brisbane clean, green and sustainable through use of innovative technologies that allow Council to operate more efficiently. Council has recently acquired two new drones, DJI Inspire 2 and DJI Phantom 4, for use by the Field Services team.