New conference series "Smart City Thinking" kicks off 3 June
How do I make my city smart? What exactly is a smart city? What makes it smart? How many elements are there to consider? How do I make my city smart? All these questions, and a whole lot more, will be discussed on Wednesday 3 June when H3B Media, in association with the Thinking Cities Alliance and Digital Greenwich commence their new programme called "Smart City Thinking – Smart City Action conference programme with How Do I Make My City Smart? An Introduction To Smart City Thinking".
Issues addressed include:
- Internet of Things
- Autonomous vehicles
- EV charging
- Smart City Logistics
- Smart City Strategy
- Andrea Edmunds (Future Cities Catapult)
- Indré Jukaityte (Smart Vilnius)
- Paul Copping and Trevor Dorling (Digital Greenwich)
- Karen Vancluysen (Polis)
- Maria Hernandez (Head of IoE, Cisco)
Held on the 11th floor of Mitre Passage on the Greenwich Peninsula in London and home to Digital Greenwich and the Meridian Shuttle autonomous electric vehicle, delegates can come and exchange ideas with representatives from cities who have already embarked upon successful smart city projects, benchmark where you are now and set targets for achieving a smart city vision.
Polis members can attend the conference free of charge.
H3B are the publishers with which Polis produces the "Thinking Cities" magazine. In addition to the magazine, H3B has now launched a conference series called "Smart City Thinking".
For further details, to view the full conference programme and direction to the venue or to book your place, click here.