1. Synopsis
2. Australian Smart Cities in 2017
3. Statistical Overviews
3.1 Potential value of smart cities to the economy
3.2 City statistics
3.3 City Growth Statistics
3.4 Fairfax data underlines the need for smart cities
4. Telcos, industry platforms and smart cities
5. The Drivers behind Smart Cities
5.1 Customer-driven smart cities
5.2 Economy-driven smart cities
5.3 Society-driven smart cities
5.4 Urbanisation
5.5 Greenfields Opportunities
5.6 Brownfields Challenges
6. Trends, Developments, Analyses
6.1 Smart people are the key to smart cities
6.2 Councils should object to FttN
6.3 NBN critical in developing Australia's first smart cities
6.4 The need for smart infrastructure policies
6.5 Cities of the future research
6.6 Smart Cities: sustainable engines for growth
6.7 Have plans ready for opportunities
6.8 Regulations for drones
7. Smart cities and smart countries - Analysis
7.1 The need for an holistic approach
7.2 How to build smart communities and smart countries
7.3 Stage one - infrastructure
7.4 Stage two trans-sector policies
7.5 Stage three - the business game-changer
8. Rolling out infrastructure the smart way
9. The Australian M2M market (separate report)
10. Australia Big Data (separate report)
11. Smart Transport, Smart Cars (separate report)
12. Australia Smart Cities Case Studies (separate report)
13. Other Reports:
Table 1 - Public Sector Value Gain (A$)
Table 2 Contribution to economic output (by population)
Exhibit 1 Statistical insights in Australian cities