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Oct. 23: Students present Smart City Spokane designs

u-districtSPOKANE, Wash. – Washington State University students will make public presentations of their mid-term smart technology designs for the future of the university district at 2-6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 23, at the WSU Spokane South Campus Facility Court, 410 E. Spokane Falls Blvd.

Approximately 40 graduate and undergraduate students from WSU’s School of Design and Construction are working with the nonprofit University District Development Association and the Spokane Smart City Technology Accelerator Group to incorporate smart city ideas like interactive environments and data-driven decision making.

The university district is an area of universities and businesses north of I-90 and east of Division Street that provides a unique opportunity for economic growth in a highly desirable location.

See an earlier article at https://news.wsu.edu/2015/09/22/students-smart-city-ideas-to-help-spokane-redevelopment/#.ViARPk2FOfA.

 

Contacts:
Steve Austin, WSU School of Design & Construction, 859-473-3880, steve.austin@wsu.edu
Brett Stav, WSU Voiland College of Engineering & Architecture communications, 509-335-8189, brett.stav@wsu.edu

 

 

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