Date

May 31 - June 1, 2018

Location

Double-Tree Oak Brook: 1909 Spring Road Oak Brook,Illinois, 60523

Speakers

2 days networking

Connected Cities 2018 Overview

Connected Cities USA covers strategies and technologies to bring smart cities to fruition. Hosted in Chicago, this event will feature a technical session track, exhibit hall, and multiple networking opportunities to learn, collaborate and educate yourself about connected cities in the US. With the Internet of Things exploding across the globe, cities that once were restricted by shrinking budgets and an aging workforce are now finding they can modernize their infrastructure projects quickly and more efficiently by employing smart technologies.

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1-1 MEETINGS

Connected Cities 2018 offers attendees and exhibitors an unparalleled opportunity to network.   We are making available our proprietary 1×1 Meeting platform, which is used in hundreds of events each year.  This allows you to see everyone else who wants to take part.  You can search by profile category, and find exactly the people or companies you want to meet.   Invite them to a meeting, and if they accept, you will enjoy 30 minutes of uninterrupted conversation at a specific time and location.   This is how networking is done at the best conferences, and your time with us will be really well spent.

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Early bird pass before March 30th, 2018: $750.    Full Rate Pass After March 30th, 2018: $895.    Onsite Rate Begins May 31st, 2018: $1095

Event Location

Double-Tree Oak Brook
1909 Spring Road
Oak Brook,Illinois, 60523

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