SMART CITIES UPCOMING EVENTS
Below is a list of upcoming events. To submit a calendar item, send conference details and a link to firstname.lastname@example.org
Oct 3 2017 to Oct 5 2017— Washington, D.C. – USA
Smart Cities Week is North America’s must-attend smart city conference. You will meet the international experts that are leading the charge.
You will mingle with hundreds of mayors, CIOs and other city decision makers. You will see the latest technology up close and personal.
Jun 7 2017 to Jun 8 2017— Detroit, MI
As autonomous cars enter the self-learning era, tech development (perception and AI) are overcoming societal barriers and plotting the best path to validate AVs. Presenting a wide range of relevant presentations, roundtables, and discussion groups addressing the technology and policies making AVs a reality.
Jun 26 2017 to Jun 28 2017— Austin, TX
Smart Cities Connect brings together City Leaders from all over the world to work towards innovative solutions for progressive city needs. Solution providers, delivering state of the art solutions into global city practices.
Jun 27 2017 to Jun 29 2017— San Jose, CA
Shaping the next generation electricity system and examine the trends and innovation happening at the grid edge. Focused exclusively on tomorrow’s distributed energy system, Innovation in Grid Infrastructure, Evolving Role of the Electric Utility and much more.
Aug 15 2017 —
Cape Town, South Africa
Understand opportunities to transform Africa’s infrastructure and create value through smarter planning, design and delivery. Provide a forum for technology manufacturers to showcase solutions to decision-makers from public and private sectors.
Sep 26 2017 to Sep 28 2017— Stavanger, Norway
Engaging in technological solutions that will make cities, communities, companies and homes smarter. An audience of decision makers from cities, municipalities, smart technology providers, change-making companies, start-ups and universities. Focusing on smart living, citizen involvement, mobility, buildings and infrastructure, energy/renewables, eHealth and care, and city governance.