In this session, our panelists will focus on different ways cities may use to achieve sustainability goals using energy in a more efficient way or finding alternative sources of energy.
This session will provide an overall perspective on the process and non-process functions and the sub-systems that manage specific areas of operations such as power distribution, potable and non-potable water, treatment, metering, and environmental. Also, the panelists will discuss the equity and community involvement in AI/ML, advances in edge processing that allows for more privacy, and purposeful technology.
In this panel, our guests will focus on global communication trends for mobility including detailed market forecasts, revenue drivers, and expected spending by region, trends to watch in the segmented IoT space, the future of mobility with connected vehicle data and how city planners can use connected vehicle data to create smarter, safer and more accessible cities. Also, this panel will cover Innovations in mass transit as urban mobility transforms and smart street and traffic innovations that can improve cities and the lives of residents.
This panel will focus on some of the following topics: the growth of smart buildings and appetite for IoT; water damage protection and the benefits of connected systems with sensors and shutoffs (including examples of hard ROI in commercial and residential properties); the role of insurance in smart building innovation – the changing insurance landscape and how insurance carriers are promoting IoT solutions; challenges of implementing smart building solutions; ROI-proven technologies that are getting traction & more.
Some of the key topics covered in this session are: Issues, Problems & Solutions for mitigating attacks on building operational assets and systems that could threaten safety or health; cyber weaknesses and what are we doing to reduce risks; security improvements for buildings and how should we prepare to survive a cyber incident and recover quickly.
This session will focus on the following topics: Driving force behind the move to Smart – motivations, benefits, risks; technologies typically implemented blurring lines between IT and OT & security implications and considerations given interdependencies.
Join this session to learn about a few cities that already implemented IIoT technologies to improve people’s lives. Find out more about the City of London’s smart lighting project and how technology is helping to tackle some of the significant challenges in today’s cities, including lighting, traffic congestion, environmental issues.