Где: Courtyard by Marriott, Boston
Дата: 2016-12-06 - 2016-12-07
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Municipalities all over the world are facing increasing pressures to grow, innovate and transform in order to become more sustainable, improve resilience, meet citizens’ demand and expectations, as well as to attract investment and new businesses!
With increasing urbanization putting added pressure on governments to innovate, the concept of the Smart City is a hugely attractive principle for city officials, citizens and the private sector.
With this in mind, Internet of Things World is pleased to launch the first dedicated Smart Cities Summit, providing a necessary platform to bring together the public sector and city representatives, with cutting-edge technology vendors and private sector enterprises to highlight the huge opportunities as more and more cities embrace these connected technologies, as well as to overcome some of the key challenges hindering developments moving forward.
Building on the huge success of our flagship show, Internet of Things World, the event will tackle some of the key issues as cities become more connected such as models for successful collaboration between public and private sectors; the ways in which to fully leverage IoT Data; and the monetization opportunities and investment climate!
With recent estimates from Gartner predicting that 1.1 billion connected things will be used by smart cities in 2015 and that this number will rise to an impressive 9.7 billion by 2020, the Smart Cities Summit provides a necessary platform to truly showcase these opportunities and allow the industry to set strategies and frameworks for success!
We are currently putting together an amazing conference program for you all about Smart Cities. In the meantime, have a look below at the type of topics we expect to cover at the event. If you would like to speak at the event, then why not submit a speaking proposal and a member of the team will get back in touch with you.
Covering topics such as:
- Smart Homes
- Public Services
- Smart Commercial Buildings
- Transportation/Urban Mobility
- Smart Grids
- Policy & Regulation
- Energy Efficiency & Low Carbon Solutsion