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Not only cities can achieve a deep digital transformation in order to become “Smart”, it is also possible for regions and rural areas to undergo a significant digital transformation that improves the quality of life of their inhabitants.
However, although the digital transformation is the best possible strategy to face the present and future challenges of contemporary civilization, before resorting to the technological component, it is necessary to recognize and strengthen the multiple dimensions that make up the social fabric of the territories.
During the event, we will address multiple dimensions of Smart Territories, including regulatory, technological, social, environmental, economic, and commercial aspects, presenting an updated perspective of the present and future challenges.
This will be a space for reflection, analysis, debate and collaborative construction from an innovative, inclusive, diverse and responsible perspective on smart territories, in which Civil Society, Suppliers, Government, Industry and telecommunications operators will contribute to the digital transformation of our communities in Latin America.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 2023
9:00 A 9:45 AM MASTERCLASS
CYBERSECURITY: THE CHALLENGES OF ICT INDUSTRIES AND SMART TERRITORIES
SMARTCITIES ACADEMIC PANEL
10:30 A. M. – 12:00 A. M.
ROOM NUEVA GRANADA B
THE FUTURE OF MOBILITY, SAFETY, HEALTH, EDUCATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY IN SMART TERRITORIES
The human factor is the main cause of automobile accidents. In the coming years, the automotive industry intends to ensure greater automation in vehicle driving and urban signaling, thereby improving safety and mobility in cities.
The public safety of the inhabitants is, perhaps, the greatest challenge faced by governments; a matter that, thanks to information and communication technologies, can be guaranteed in intelligent territories.
How can a city achieve much more efficient and safer mobility with the implementation of technology?
Is it possible to reduce the number of accidents through the use of technologies and artificial intelligence?
Can traffic and pollution in cities be reduced through the use of technology?
How can technology improve security in smart cities?
What aspects should be considered for the design of an environmental sustainability strategy?
How does technology allow territories to become environmentally sustainable spaces?
What business models can be implemented to achieve profitability and environmental sustainability?
Governmental and regulatory authorities
Environmental sustainability experts
Vehicle automation in Smartcities
Sustainability and its relationship with Smartcities
THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 2023
9:00 A. M. – 11:00 A. M.
ROOM NUEVA GRANADA B
TOOLS FOR SMART PLANNING AND GOVERNANCE (SMARTCITIES)
Government entities as intelligent territories. Sogamoso (Boyacá), a case of success
Optical connectivity technology and smart cities
The adequate, efficient, and timely implementation of Smartcities does not depend so much on the size of the city, nor necessarily on the budget, but to a large extent on the timely vision and decision of its governors when choosing and integrating the technology that will transform and improve the quality of life of their localities. Rather, it consists of combining economic development with welfare, mobility, health, education, and the environment. In other words, the effective implementation of Smartcities is about planning in an efficient and timely manner.
How does planning work in smart cities?
How does technology help improve urban planning?
How does technology help to improve the management of mayors and government authorities?
Is it possible to plan the future of Latin American cities based on Smartcities models?
Government and regulatory authorities
Smart urban planning experts
Smartcities as a tool for governance