Shared and Multimodal Mobility Solutions in Smart Cities
Shared and integrated multimodal transportation solutions offer a vision of urban mobility, but the path to get there may be challenging. How will different transportation systems operate seamlessly? Where are the opportunities for disruption and value creation? Panelists will discuss creating value through shared, multimodal mobility. Scott Corwin Managing Director, Deloitte Future of Mobility Practice, Deloitte Jeff Kaelin Vice President Customer Experience & Product Development, Avis Budget Group Rajil Kapoor Chief Strategy Officer, Lyft John Hagel Co-Chairman, Deloitte Center for the Edge, Deloitte Leon Kalvaria Chairman-Institutional Clients Group, Citi John Moavenzadeh Head of Mobility and Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum
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What’s Next for Vehicle Automation
Automation in transportation has the potential to improve quality of life and enhance the mobility of millions. But with so many new entrants in the automated vehicle space, how do we ensure the safe introduction of the technology on our roads?
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.
Public-Private Partnerships to Create Smart Cities
Initiatives to redesign cities so that they are smarter and more sustainable are increasing. Cities and smart solution providers are coming together to address the greatest challenges as metropolitan areas strive to advance their technology.
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.
Top Security Trends in Smart Cities
Security is top of mind for connected cities. Learn how smart cities are preparing to prevent digital disruptions in their health care, communication and emergency systems.
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.