Smart cities were originally conceived simply as ones with lots of sensors and computing but it is now realised that much bigger prizes can be won with reinvented hardware.and listen to first-hand experiences of those who have ventured in.
Circumstances conjured up by the COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated an overhaul of the very definition of a smart city. We need to understand that smart cities, with all the focus on digitisation, are still vulnerable to known as well as unknown disasters.
As the urban population is expected to increase by an additional 2.5 billion people by 2050, what is the relevance of Big Data in making these areas liveable and sustainable?
This webinar aims to reveal the impacts of COVID 19 crisis have on one of India’s most successful Smart City and highlights the investment opportunities arising from the innovative use of technologies for other cities to follow suit and get smarter.
PLUS: How a Singapore Start-Up spread its wings across 10 Cities in India
Understanding the Smart City advantage In responding to Pandemic
Market Entry Strategies and tax policies in accelerating digitization and innovation
Round table discussion on Immediate Smart Cities