[Virtual] Smart Cities

Improving Philadelphia through Innovative Technology


Wednesday, June 23, 2021
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Innovations in technology are rapidly changing the way we live. The introduction of connected technologies and the Internet of Things provides great potential for urban environments to flourish and improve quality-of-life. Philadelphia is embracing these innovations as a leading Smart City, which in turn will foster economic and inclusive growth for all citizens.

Join a conversation among industry experts to learn how the City of Philadelphia is currently implementing smart technologies to improve quality-of-life. Discover unique solutions to urban challenges that can be solved through data and technology, such as increasing energy efficiency and improving mobility. Experts will explore new Smart City opportunities for the City to respond more effectively to the needs of Philadelphians and be inclusive, collaborative, and equitable in the process.

Speakers include:
Assaf Frances, Director of Urban Policy, Zencity
Michael K. Pearson, Partner, Iron Stone Real Estate Partners
Joseph Viscuso, Senior Vice President and Director of Strategic Growth, Pennoni
Steven Wray, Senior Vice President and Principal, Econsult Solutions, Inc.
Emily Yates, Smart City Director, City of Philadelphia

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