8.30am – 12.00pm, IET Birmingham
Big data and IoT technologies can help managing and building smart cities to improve our lives on a major scale: They can enable intelligent management of city facilities, reduce energy and water consumption, make parking more feasible and transportation smoother. This seminar looks at how cities can benefit from gathering information, use it to make informed decisions and to make cities smarter.
It will highlight innovative smart city solutions from the UK and Denmark and facilitate a dialogue around innovative solutions to urban challenges.
The event is organised by the Royal Danish Embassy in the UK in partnership with Birmingham City Council, West Medlands Combined Authority and the Royal Institute of British Architects.
Chris Rogers, Professor, Birmingham University
Jørgen Abildgaard, Executive Climate Project Director, City of Copenhagen
Ann Gordon, Project Director, Ramboll
Liselott Stenfeldt, Team Leader & Architect, The Alexandra Institute
Elaine Trimble, Director Urban Infrastructure, Siemens
Hugo Russell, Serendip Programme Manager, Innovation Birmingham
Bojana Jankovic-Nisic & David Threlfall, Associate Technical Director and Technology Director, Arcadis
Raj Mack, Head of Digital Birmingham, Digital Birmingham
To register for this event click here.