Fast-Tracking Future Smart City Development with Emerging Technologies
Municipalities are always striving to improve the sustainability, connectivity and livability of their communities.
By partnering with innovative organizations to employ technology and complete tasks faster and with higher levels of accuracy, municipalities are starting to explore and increase reliance on technologies, such as GIS, to better understand their surroundings, plan future development and, in turn, the improve the needs of their citizens and communities.
The summer edition of our Smart Cities and Infrastructure virtual series will showcase different initiatives, challenges, and lessons learned from Canadian municipalities of all sizes. Join us to find out how you can leverage technology and partnerships with neighbouring regions and jurisdictions to increase the connectivity and intelligence of your community.
Benefits of Attending
A Sneak Peek Of Your Expert Speakers
Innovation Lab Director
City of Kitchener
Director, Asset Management & Business Solutions
City of Kitchener
GIS & Data Specialist
The Regional Municipality of Durham
Town of Erin
Town of Bruderheim
General Manager of Corporate Services
Town of Orangeville
Driving Innovation: Utilizing Technology to Yield Higher Accuracy and Efficiency Results
- Leveraging Technology: Identify a solution to improve data accuracy, and increase productivity
- Identifying Value: Discussing the challenges and solutions when implementing the solution and how they are overcome
Courtney Zinn, Innovation Lab Director, City of Kitchener
Jason Winter, Director, Asset Management & Business Solutions, City of Kitchner
Extracting Value and Benefit from Utilizing GIS Technology for Municipality Planning and Development
Justin Miron, GIS & Data Specialist, The Regional Municipality of Durham
Future Trends in Smart Cities and Smart Citizens – Innovative Ways People and Technology Can Revolutionize Cities
- What are the multitude of challenges faced_ by cities in the next 5-10 years in the areas of environmental, economic and societal?
- What are the key trends the future smart cities?
- How can technology be used as a Intelligent, Sustainable And As-A-Service?
- How can cities attract talent, enable creativity and encourage disruptive thinking through a combination of physical and digital elements?
Nathan Hyde, CAO, Town of Erin
Pat Podoborozny, CAO, Town of Bruderheim
What Your Peers Had to Say
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