SMART CITIES UPCOMING EVENTS

Below is a list of upcoming events. To submit a calendar item, send conference details and a link to news@smartcitiescouncil.com

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  • Feb 27 2017 to Mar 1 2017
     —  Hyatt Hotel, Canberra

    The 3rd Annual Australian Government Data Summit, provides leading case studies to assist with interpreting data accurately to develop effective and tailored services to the community. The event includes two days of keynote presentations and breakout sessions, as well as a third day of masterclasses.

  • Mar 14 2017 to Mar 17 2017
     —  Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Brisbane

    Join IPWEA in Australia’s world class city, Brisbane, 14-17 March at the 3rd International Street Lighting + Smart Controls Conference – the road lighting conference at which you can learn first-hand from the experts who are managing the world’s largest LED retrofits. Meet the people who could help you design, construct and finance the project, and manage and underwrite the risk. Network with lighting engineers and project managers who are introducing the new technologies to New Zealand and Australia.

  • Mar 16 2017  —  Melbourne

    Intelligent Communities 2017 will focus on innovation with an interactive half-day program tailored to meet the needs of Australia’s cities, exploring incoming trends and disruptive technologies. City leaders and executives actively planning and implementing smart projects will get an unprecedented view of what is coming next, as keynotes and discussions will delve into virtually every aspect of urban life — transportation, health, power, infrastructure, citizen engagement, education and delivery of city services.

  • Mar 21 2017 to Mar 23 2017
     —  Pullman Melbourne Albert Park

    At the heart of Cities 4.0 is where smart people are combined with emerging sharing economy business models that leverage the internet, IoT, mobile and social technologies the opportunities are endless. It is where ingenious ideas and technologies are applied to city challenges in areas such as energy innovation, sustainable mobility, placemaking and resilience.

  • Mar 28 2017  —  Museum of Sydney

    Our cities are becoming smarter, with digital approaches such as BIM and the Internet of Things increasingly being used to improve their productivity and competitiveness. But what does this mean for decision makers and professionals working in the built environment?

    Presented by Consult Australia and Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand, this forum will explore the role of standards in defining smart cities, the framing of projects by the public and private sectors, and how success can best be measured.

  • May 2 2017 to May 3 2017
     —  Canberra Rex Hotel

    The Chief Data & Analytics Officer Public Sector brings together 100+ of the most senior data and analytics leaders in the Australian Public Service to share best practice and assess the most critical challenges and opportunities in data and analytics.

  • May 8 2017 to May 10 2017
     —  Santa Clara, CA – USA

    Smart Cities Week Silicon Valley is built on the success of the organization’s annual conference which takes places each
    fall in Washington, D.C. Over 500 (inter)national, state and local government officials, utilities, policymakers, financiers, technologists, non-profit and
    trade groups, business leaders, academics, researchers and citizen organizations will attend to discuss key concepts and explore best practices.

  • May 23 2017 to May 24 2017
     —  Mac's Function Centre, Wellington NZ

    This year, the conference theme is “Disruptive Innovation” and it will be bringing the newest and freshest innovations in products and services, making sure they are in the best position to lead New Zealand into a new era of energy productivity and carbon management.