Smart Cities & Infrastructure Community
Building smarter cities is better for our environment and citizens.
Federal, state and local government, must incorporate sustainable technologies to improve governance, planning, management and livability of a city to meet the growing citizens demands.
Join the conversation anyway you like!
Our Smart Cities & Infrastructure Community creates an online and physical space for multiple ways to engage and learn. You can do this through:
- Attending an online or physical event
- Accessing exclusive content
- Share ideas and chat to your peers through our virtual platform where you can start a discussion or contribute to an existing one
Our community’s are hosted by industry experts within the government arena. These advisors help facilitate discussions and guide conversations throughout our different channels of engagement.
Applications are currently open – apply today!
As a Community Ambassador you will help drive discussion within your domain, across multiple layers of government, to inspire ideation, share results, learn from best practice around common problems that government share.
We encourage our members to take ambassadorships with Public Sector Network so that conversation is promoted with government professionals at every level. If you’re interested, please complete the form, and a member of our team will get back to you.
How to get involved with your community
Date: 20 July 2021
Within the past year, our cities have seen massive changes in citizen behaviour, with usage and demand becoming increasingly difficult to predict. With fluctuating data across transport, infrastructure and service delivery, the public sector has had to rethink how cities operate and find new ways to gain insights and predict demand. Luckily, as citizens have become reliant on…Find out more
Date: 4 August 2021
Technology is the spearhead of smart city planning, but the smart city ecosystem as a whole can only find a firm foundation by building upon its many multifarious layers. Each layer provides a diverse but equally important contribution. No one tier of demand and response is more relevant than another…
Date: 21 September 2021
Asset management is a top priority across the country, particularly with infrastructure investment being a key driver of post-pandemic recovery. As part of that plan, the Government of Canada is investing millions of dollars in new projects in Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, and other provinces through the Municipal Asset Management Program (MAMP), delivered through the…