Smart Cities & Sustainable Society
Smart Cities; Smart for the People
May 19 - 20, 2021
About the Event
As the demand for urbanisation continues to mature and grow in vast cities, there is a need for the local bodies to respond with digitalisation and adoption of latest technologies. However, simply going digital is not a panacea and every city has specific needs and challenges that should be addressed with tailored solutions. How can emerging technologies be used to accelerate the inception of Smart Cities, while improving connectivity and sustainability?
Join the discussion on the smart and sustainable development of our future cities. Meet the industry leaders and learn about the latest technological and sustainable trends impacting our society and the way our cities are changing. Take the opportunity to build connections and share innovative solutions with visionary leaders in the area and develop business relations over pre-booked virtual 1-to-1 meetings.
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Re-build your connections and stay engaged with the business community through our virtual events. Maintain your competitive edge with insightful keynotes, panel discussions, and tailored content, and continue growing your network and discover new business opportunities through virtual 1-2-1 matchmade meetings.
Claus Popp Larsen
Head of Connected Cities
RISE Research Insitutes of Sweden AB
Chief Data Officer
Project Manager for RUGGEDISED Smart Solution "Smart Open-Data City Decision Platform"
Development Leader Digital Services
Göteborgs Stad- IT-enheten
Head of Future
Programchef Digitaliseringen av transportsystemet
Director, Head of Business Development & Innovation
Customer Service Solution Sales Manager
Event Attendees Include
5G Powered Cities: Will Next Generation of Wireless Technology Fuel Smart City Growth?
The Thoughtful City: Rethinking the City’s Role in Inclusive Urban Development
Connected City: Scaling up The Smart City Ecosystem
Governing the Smart City of the Future: Smart for Whom?
Unleashing the Full Potential of a Smart City with Open Data Policy