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
In 5G and Internet of Things (IoT)
The Reality of Smart City Development
The smart city market is expected to grow to over $158 billion in 2022. Coming advancements are expected to make everyday life more efficient through traffic patterns and air quality, emergency preparedness, wayfinding and optimal energy consumption.
Renewable Energy Takes Center Stage
Renewable energy is poised to revolutionize the world’s energy supply. Visionaries and venture capitalists have invested billions in clean energy while cities are targeting higher goals of renewable energies to help combat climate change.
Network Infrastructure Is Key to Smart Cities
Industry studies predicts that 70% of IoT devices will use cellular connections by 2022. Explore how smart cities are focused on robust and reliable network connectivity for optimal communication.
Location-Based AI Enabling a Mobile and Efficient Future
How can AI help us enhance mobility, from improving traffic congestion to managing fleets? HERE Technologies, a global leader in mapping and location-based services, demonstrates how training AI on geospatial data can provide insights and solutions.
The Ag Tech Ecosystem
Entrepreneurs and industry visionaries will explore how advanced agricultural tech is tackling problems resulting from climate change, population growth and more.
Blending New Tech and Aging Infrastructure in Smart Cities
City officials face the challenges of aging infrastructure and how to fix their crumbling streets, sewers and subways. Striving for improvement through renewal, cities are repurposing existing infrastructure and adding tech for smart city solutions.