Cities are phenomenal hubs of innovation and culture. Some are large enough that big projects such as self-driving cars or real-time water quality can be tested in them. Others are small enough that they have strong local cultures and preferences toward change. The common denominator for both large and small cities is the drive for technological change. Today, that technological change is driven by the Internet of Things (IoT) and its billions of connected devices slated to bring greater efficiencies and savings to smart cities.