Transforming the Way You Use Data in Your Smart City


Smart Cities

Harness The Power of Data to Complete the Transformation Process and Become Smart Cities
The smart city is commonly defined as a modern urban framework composed of a series of an interconnected network of devices and technologies that gather, store, share and communicate data, all that with the aim of improving the quality of life of its citizens. It is the intelligent use of this data that is considered key to informed decision making, which allows for the design of resource-efficient and liveable cities that are sustainable, efficient, and responsive to their external environment.  

Collecting the data is one thing, but extracting valuable insights and putting them to use is another.   This data, which can come from a variety of disparate sources including geospatial data, traffic and emissions data, foot traffic, vehicular & transit networks, and even crime statistics, allows cities and stakeholders to draw connections across from multiple sources to reveal useful information for real-time decision making – similar to how ecosystems respond and adapt as the environment around them changes. 

How are cities leveraging this data to build better and smarter cities? Attend Public Sector Network’s “Transforming the Way You Use Data in Your Smart City” virtual event, which brings together top urban leaders and industry executives to share insights and the latest developments in the smart cities data space. Hear critical discussions on leading issues including data transparency and ownership of data, cross-border transfers of information, and how future proof your smart city infrastructure.