Virtual Event: Improving the use of IoT in the Public Sector - USA
Bettering public sector services, creating smarter infrastructure, and enhancing
livability and safety with IoT
(Start: 12.00pm ET / 9.00am PT)
The Internet of Things (IoT) is spotlighting the potential transformation within the public sector by profoundly altering how government entities gather data and information, by furthering how that information is leveraged, and by convening the technical, technological, and business dynamism driving American entrepreneurship.
Building the right smart ecosystem for your community and constituents is essential. A new generation of community, public sector, and technology leaders are partnering – leveraging top-tier solutions providers to drive the development of infrastructure at the intersection of technology, innovation, business, operations, strategy, and people. No individual, department, or organization can achieve change on this scale alone.
Public Sector Network’s Improving the use of IoT in the Public Sector Virtual Event will explore how technology is being rolled out to meet the current and future needs of residents, respond to the challenges of climate change and other emergencies, and facilitate overall community improvement.
Examine how to best leverage and integrate IoT technology into your operations and services
Discuss how to build and design your IoT network with ‘trust’ in your smart city initiatives in-mind
What are the right skills, processes, tools, and technology needed for your smart city?
Explore some of the technologies revolutionizing cities around the country and how the American Jobs Plan may influence IoT development going forward
City of Coral Gables, FL
Former Program Director for Technology & Innovation, City of New York
Current - Cybersecurity Fellow, Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago
City of Chattanooga (TN)
Grace de Leon
Christchurch City Council
Palo Alto Networks