Program – Smart Cities Week

PROGRAM
Global Smart Cities Week Schedule-At-A-Glance

Week of October 19 First session – Compassionate Cities
Using data to reduce suffering. Engage with other cities and learn innovative approaches to using data for beneficial outcomes in your city. Multi-session.
Week of October 19 First session – Urban Flooding
Urban flooding is the most common and most destructive of all natural disasters. Led by the City of Nashville, TN, we explore how to use data to develop programs and policies that can  improve vulnerable population resiliency to urban flooding. Multi-session.
Week of October 19 Digital Twin Week
Weeklong series of events, discussions, announcements
Includes a dialogue between New South Wales State Government/Arizona State Digital Twin Roundtable
Week of October 19 Data sharing: new approaches
Learn about data sharing through open data and civic data trusts
Week of October 19 Data Dialogue: The 5G Data Dividend
This dialogue will focus on the data world we are likely to experience when the power of 5G is fully unlocked.
Week of October 27 Privacy Impact Assessment
Using the Council’s Privacy Impact Assessment learn how benchmark your city’s privacy practices
Week of October 27 Smart Urban Development 101
Using the Council’s Code for Smart Communities learn about data best practices
Week of October 27 Future Cities Academy
Live. Full day intensive. Earn a Smart Cities Practitioner Certificate.
Week of October 27 Second session – Compassionate Cities
Using data to reduce suffering. Engage with other cities and learn innovative approaches to using data for beneficial outcomes in your city. Multi-session.

 
Week of October 27 Second session – Urban Flooding
Urban flooding is the most common and most destructive of all natural disasters. Led by the City of Nashville, TN, we explore how to use data to develop programs and policies that can  improve vulnerable population resiliency to urban flooding. Multi-session.
Our programming will focus on the following topics:

Women in City Tech – making a difference
Pandemic strategies from competent nations – Singapore, New Zealand, Korea and Germany
Mitigating climate change for vulnerable populations
Workforce development – upskilling your workforce
Collaborative engagement solving common needs through the Council’s 2020 Global Readiness Challenge
Vote on finalists and meet the 2021 Readiness Leaders for Readiness Cohorts
Well-being and compassion using data and technology
Privacy protections when crises require more information about individuals
Economic development focus with a review of smart city business opportunities in North American / Indian communities
Infrastructure investment in local communities in 2021
Control of urban flooding with protections for vulnerable populations
Improved reputation for sustainability using benchmarks and technology
Inclusive entrepreneurial ecosystems
Scaling IoT proof of concept to fully deployed opportunities
Improved decision making with shared data
Full stakeholder engagement during project planning
5G data dividend with agile planning
Better predictive analytics with digital twins
Protecting assets with cybersecurity best practices
Digital transformation through collaborative planning
Resiliency thru the Readiness For Resiliency Program
Crisis Management working at the front lines
— Read on global.smartcitiesweek.com/program/

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