As we enter the digital age, ‘smart cities’ provide a glimpse of the future, but a big gap between the hype and the reality remains.
In order to create smart cities and regions, city leaders must leverage data and technology while also implementing programs that promote civic engagement to help make citizens’ lives better and boost economic development.
The Cities & Regions 4.0 2019 event is focused around 5 key themes:
This is the best place for city leaders to learn how to successfully plan and implement smart city projects, large and small.
Global view – Learn how leading cities in the UK, Sweden and Canada are growing their economy, maximising human capital, creating social cohesion and solving environmental problems.
Australian Cities – Listen to case studies from City of Sydney, City of Gold Coast, City of Darwin, City of Casey, City of Newcastle, City of Greater Geelong, City of Wagga Wagga and City of Prospect.
Regional Councils – Hear leaders from regional councils such as Hamilton City Council, Waverley City Council, Cairns Regional Council and Bathurst Regional Council.
Plus you can get a Federal and State government perspective with the smart cities’ teams from Infrastructure Australia and Transport for NSW delivering presentations.
Where else would you want to be on March 12-14?
The Cities & Regions 4.0 Summit 2019 agenda features in-depth roundtables, industry-leading case studies and interactive panel discussions.
The Cities & Regions 4.0 Summit is a high-level gathering that brings together city leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs, CEOs, investors and thinkers.
Our speaker line-up features world leading smart city authorities and urban futurists, as well as some of Australia’s most progressive city & regional leaders, academics and business innovators.
The Cities & Regions 4.0 Summit is designed to maximise networking and relationship development. From the break-out sessions and roundtables, to the showcase viewing, site visits, dinner and drinks functions, this is your opportunity to meet and influence key people.