It Takes a Village: Building Smart Communities
It takes many public and private partners to deliver smart city solutions to benefit the economy, mobility, safety and security of citizens, infrastructure and more. We’ll take a closer look at the network of contributors to build a smart city. SPEAKERS: Kathaleen Reid-Martinez, Provost, Cheif Academic Officer, Oral Roberts University Stephen Engblom, SVP, Global Director, Cities, AECOM Maksim Pecherskiy, CDO, City of San Diego Kevin Self, Senior Vice President Strategy, Business Development & Government Relations, Schneider Electric Rana Sen, Smart City Leader, Deloitte Consulting LLP Simon Dixon, Principal, Deloitte
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When Does My Air Taxi Arrive?
Urban air mobility (UAM) involves multiple aircraft–manned, remotely piloted and autonomous–safely operating within a city. What are the advantages and challenges of UAM?
Cities Flirt with Blockchain
The emergence of blockchain technology—featuring immutability, openness and fairness—provides efficient solutions to some of the pressing problems we encounter in today’s cities.
CES 2019 Trends: 5G
5G will revolutionize the way we connect and reinvent the business world. The U.S., Europe and Asia will launch 5G commercially in 2019. Exhibitors at CES 2019 showed how 5G is driving innovation across emerging technologies.
CES 2019 Trends: Smart Cities and Resilience
CES offered a glimpse into the smart tech solutions that are bringing solutions to the everyday challenges of urban life. There is a real sense of urgency to make cities more resilient, based on the increase in natural disasters and civic threats.
Funding, Financing and the Economics of Smart Cities
Funding and financing smart cities requires collaboration with a number of stakeholders, and the economic benefits can be extraordinary. Listen to this discussion exploring how organizations are working to fund and finance smart cities.
Smart Cities, Public Safety and Disaster Preparedness/Recovery
Sensors embedded into Smart City IoT devices will do more than find you a parking spot. Connected gas sensors will improve health, reduce emissions, identify infrastructure leaks and security threats.