Future Intelligent City initiatives are already making a contribution to solving some of the world’s most challenging engineering problems stemming from rapid urbanisation, high energy demand, and increasing/ageing populations, to ensure both economic growth and environmental sustainability.
Whether you call them Smart Cities, Future Cities, Intelligent Cities or Future Intelligent Cities the aim is the same; to optimise the use of new information and communication advances to improve life in urban environments.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) is ideally placed to encourage cross-sector learning among technologists, researchers, engineers, policy professionals and local governments across the IET’s five core sectors, Built Environment, Energy, Transport, Information & Communications and Design & Production.
Book now for this exciting multi-stream conference which provides a platform to promote the technology behind recent and future developments as well as the critical system integration between industry sectors to create that ‘system of systems’ necessary to achieve thriving, sustainable cities with an improved quality of life.
Find out about the event.
There will be 32 speakers over the 2-day conference. Organisations include:
Advanced Digital Institute
Brighton & Hove City Council
Cofely District Energy
Norfolk County Council
UK Power Networks
Find out more about the programme.
Future Intelligent Cities offers a superb opportunity to raise the profile of your company through direct contact with key people working within future / smart cities across a range of industries.
Take a look at the programme to see who else will be there. If they’re your competitors can you afford not to be?
To discuss how your company can benefit from Future Intelligent Cities sponsorship and exhibition options, please visit the sponsorship page.
This seminar can count towards CPD requirements. You'll earn 14 hours of CPD.
To keep your CPD records up to date ask in advance for an attendance certificate.
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