Smart Cities Racine, September 11-12, 2019
Wednesday, September 11, 2019, 7:30 a.m.
Thursday, September 12, 2019, 3:45 p.m. CDT
Racine, WI, United States
The City of Racine recently competed with over 100 communities across Canada, Mexico, and the United States to earn a 2019 North American Smart Cities designation, becoming the first Wisconsin municipality and the smallest city ever to be awarded that honor. But, what is a Smart City? How can it help residents, entrepreneurs, and established businesses compete more effectively in an increasingly digital economy? How can a Smart City leverage its digital infrastructure and other technology to improve the quality of life and economic growth? How can a Smart City and its partners ignite and finance future innovation for digital government and private-sector start-ups?
Learn how Smart Cities strategies and harnessing digital infrastructure can create the catalyst for economic growth and a competitive advantage for businesses and residents, alike.
Note: The morning panels and presentations will be fast-paced overviews of Smart Cities initiatives and possibilities that will allow audience members to select the the afternoon’s break-out sessions and exhibitor booths that they want to attend. Afternoon breakout sessions will provide attendees with an opportunity for more in-depth interaction with the experts who spoke in the morning plenary sessions.
Matt Sadowski, email@example.com