Smart Cities Expo World Forum combines the power of collocated conference with state-of-the-art expo floor in order to educate people towards smart cities and urban planning technologies, strive for innovation, promote business and connect thousands of attendees from around the globe. We aim to provide a platform where public business managers, directors, urban administrators, international authorities responsible for developing urban policies can offer their services for the development of smart cities. The conference program covers Smart City Vertical Applications such as Smart Grid, Smart Transportation, Smart Health, Smart Building Management Systems, Enterprise IoT, Fog computing, Big Data Analytics and Smart Governance.
Angus Taylor MP
Assistant Minister to the Prime Minister,
with responsibility for Cities and Digital Transformation.
Federal Member for Hume
It was fantastic to be able to speak directly to urban planners, academics, and industry experts on Australia’s Smart Cities Plan. Congratulations to the organisers of The Smart Cities Expo World Forum for bringing so many stakeholders with bright ideas together to shape our cities of the future. I look forward to the next Expo.
Date: 31st Aug – 1st Sep 2017 Venue: International Convention Center (ICC) Sydney, Darling Harbour Sydney, 2000, Australia View Details
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