Virtual Event: Smart Infrastructure Planning
Ensuring investments in smart infrastructure deliver maximum value to citizens
Start: 12:00pm ET / 9:00 PT
Smart Infrastructure and the Internet of Things (IoT) hold the promise of greater safety, energy efficiency, lower levels of pollution and data-driven decision-making to drive better outcomes for municipalities. However, implementation requires more than installation; municipal leaders will need to forecast, budget, plan and consult with citizens to gain buy-in and trust.
To get there, city planners and policymakers must think about smart infrastructure on a holistic level and start planning for the future today. As recent events have shown, predicting trends, anticipating community needs and planning for the future is not as easy as it seems. Creating a large-scale infrastructure plan that can move with the times may sound like a paradox, but with the right plan and the right tools to back it up, municipal leaders can deliver on their smart goals.
Public Sector Network’s Smart Infrastructure Planning event will bring together municipal leaders to reimagine infrastructure planning. Hear what is possible for Smart Communities and discover ways that your infrastructure can adapt to changing citizen expectations. Create a plan that can be designed, developed and implemented in the least disruptive and most cost-effective way possible.
Understand what the smart infrastructure platform of the future looks like and learn how to build it
Forecasting the future demands of societal and citizen needs when building infrastructure
Designing trust in your smart infrastructure and gaining trust among the community
Working together with different stakeholders to improve the quality of life of the residents
City of Nanaimo and Canadian Association of Municipal Administrators (CAMA)
Town of Devon
Joanne Hyde, MPA, Dipl. M.A., CMO, AOMC, CMMIII
Township of Cramahe
City of Calgary
Region of Peel