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IoT Word 2021,
November 2 - 4, 2021

Thank Your For Attending The 2020 Smart Cities Summit

Smart Cities Summit will now be part of the IoT World event for 2021 and beyond. Stay up to date with developments when you register to join the email list.

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How is your city weathering the storm?

Our world has changed exponentially in a few short months and Smart Cities initiatives and projects have been put to the test in unanticipated ways. Some have performed beyond expectation, some have produced fortuitous benefits, others are struggling in the ‘New Normal’.

Smart Cities Summit will share these results through presentations from fellow cities and technology providers and discuss what works, what doesn’t, and where to go next to continue building up smart, sustainable, and resilient cities of the future. Be part of the conversations around technical wins, the architecture of resilient cities, how the future will require evolution, innovation, and new ways to look at funding and partnering to keep it all moving forward.

The evolution of cities is happening now and it is time to get ahead of the curve.

What's Happening at Smart Cities Summit?


Content for cities, delivered by cities
Content for cities, delivered by cities

Through city-to-city learning, Smart Cities Summit offers the opportunity to engage directly with leading case studies from across the Smart City ecosystem.  This year, case studies will deep dive into topics imperative for 2020 and beyond, such as redefining resiliency and sustainability; repurposing, adding, and expanding technologies that are flexible enough to weather any storm; the new economics of creating and maintaining Smart Cities; and the future of Smart and Resilient Cities.

New: Deep-dive into the Funding Workshop
New: Deep-dive into the Funding Workshop

This workshop will address new ways of looking at Smart Cities Projects through the funding lens.  Topics will address ways to circumvent and/or augment funding needs through partnerships, living labs, grants, and more.  This workshop will provide the arena to explore and create a new roadmap to ensure your Smart Cities Programs stay on track and build our resilient future.


Co-located with IIoT and IoT Security
Co-located with IIoT and IoT Security

With shared keynotes, you can expect enriched content, bigger speakers, and more opportunity to deep dive into the role of emerging technology across different verticals within the Smart City ecosystem.

Meaningful networking
Meaningful networking

Engage in networking opportunities such as roundtables, one-to-one meetings and briefings, and ensure that practical solutions are realized through collaboration and knowledge sharing.

EXPLORING THE CURRENT INDUSTRY TOPICS


Connectivity
Connectivity
Infrastructure
Infrastructure
IoT Security
IoT Security

Mobility
Mobility
Resilient Cities
Resilient Cities
Public Private Partnerships
Public Private Partnerships

CONNECT WITH THE COMMUNITY - WHO YOU'LL MEET AT SMART CITIES SUMMIT

80+
Thought-Provoking Speakers
40+
Innovative Sponsors & Exhibitors
54%
Director Level & Above

Jan Bradley

Director, Chief Information Technology Officer

City of Calgary

Just as important as engagement with our own local partners is the opportunity to find out what other municipalities are doing to become a smart city. These conferences provide fantastic opportunities to learn from each other, and equally important, is the opportunity for each of us to share our own experiences, successes, and failures!