Date

Dec. 5th, 2019

Location

Washington DC Convene, 1800 Tysons Boulevard, McLean, VA 22102

Speakers

Education and Networking

Connected Cities Privacy Summit Overview

The Connected Cities Privacy Summit will explore the challenges of advancing technical innovation in the smart city while protecting the privacy of its citizens. In the coming age of Smart Video, Intelligent Transportation, Big Data, IoT and AI, technology providers, city officials, and data managers must balance privacy and technical advancements in the Smart City.

The conference is designed to bring city officials, technology providers and policy makers together for a day of networking and education on new developments, standards, and advances in the Smart City market as it relates to maintain citizen’s privacy.

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Who Should Attend

Professionals Working in These Areas:

  • Mayors, City Managers, City Planners and their Staff
  • Operations Managers and Project Engineers
  • Security Providers
  • Smart City Technology Providers
  • Smart City Asset Owners
  • Researchers and Consultants
  • Government Technical Staff and Management
  • Policy Makers

Academia
Researchers, professors and students working towards the goal of advancing smart cities and citizen privacy programs.

Management Executives
– Purchasing
– Product Development and Design
– Sales and Marketing

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How Ann Arbor, Michigan Became a Living Lab for City Mobility

By Brett Wheatley, Vice President, Mobility Marketing and Growth, Ford Motor Company A bustling city’s transportation system can often seem chaotic, especially with more than half of the world’s population moving to urban areas and new mobility services jockeying for space. But

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Early bird pass before Sept. 27th, 2019: $650.    Full Rate Pass After Sept. 27th, 2019: $795.    Onsite Rate Begins Dec. 4th, 2019: $995