Alliance for Best Practices and Standards in Smart Cities
For smart cities, technology is no longer just a solution for providing more efficient resources and municipality services. Technology has become people-centric, with the goal of improving the many facets of life within a city, including social well-being. In 2020, more than 55% of the world’s population lived and worked in cities, and by 2050 that number is forecast to reach 66%. How we use technology in cities has and will continue to have a huge impact on humanity. Technologists, city leaders, citizens, and other stakeholders must collaborate from the start of building any smarter city in order to resolve problems that are deemed to be priority by the cities themselves. This program will bring together technologists, academia, smart city leaders, and other stakeholders to help improve the adoption of standards by cities, greater interoperability, and transparency between cities and regions, the development of best practices and KPIs from real cases, and help identify/prioritize new standards for urban environments.
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