Harnessing international, government and industry expertise to accelerate Australia's future in smart cities and infrastructure

Sydney | 7-8 March 2018
 
Efficient buildings and public lighting; access to clean energy and water supplies; the ability to travel efficiently; a sense of safety and security - these are the prerequisites modern cities must fulfil to stay competitive and provide a decent quality of life for citizens. The 3rd Annual Australian Smart Cities and Infrastructure Summit delivers a programme that offers solutions to these challenges.
 
  • Hear from CTOs, smart city programme managers, urban planners and senior decision makers from government, utilities, telecommunications, transport and real estate
  • Learn from those who already live in a Smart City – benefit from the experience of the City of Boston; ask how they did it, and find the strategies that will work and can be applied to your city 
  • Discover how some cities are deploying smart energy and water systems to achieve cost and energy savings with efficient public lighting
  • Understand how smart building technologies are being used to drive operational efficiencies, reduce energy consumption and increase sustainability
  • Gain insights into the mobility needs of the future and discover how current transport planning should cater the needs of the future
For the first time ever, the 2018 event will be held co-located with the 2nd Annual Western Sydney Aerotropolis Summit, where Australia’s first smart airport city is being developed. The events will welcome more than 200 government, industry and international keynotes as they gather to explore progress and discuss development opportunities to deliver Australia’s first airport city and Australia’s future in smart cities.  

  
10 Infrastructure events | 500+ Speakers |1,500+ Attendees | 1,000+ Organisations

Hear what past delegates have to say…

 
“Listening to the successes of others in different areas of Australia or the world reminds us to seek assistance from others rather than trying to figure out the problem alone.” Senior Domain Architect, Transport for NSW
 
“An excellent investment of time in better understanding the concept of smart cities and identifying ways to improve service delivery to the community.” General Manager, Tamworth Regional Council
 

“A great forum of thought leaders looking at what is possible and how it can be used to solve real life problems for community benefit.” Head of service planning and asset strategy, Sydney Water

 “This conference will put you in touch with thought leaders. You will learn and share knowledge here.” Economic development Manager, Brisbane City Council

"The conference was well structured with very reputable Key Note Speakers. It delivered on expectations." Account Director - Infrastructure Strategic Customers & Segments, Schneider Electric   

"Great way to compare and collaborate on approaches to evolving cities. Uncovered real innovation in the areas of adopting new technologies and operating methodologies." General Manager, Dimension Data

WHY ATTEND

  • Hear from CTOs, smart city programme managers, urban planners and senior decision makers from government, utilities, telecommunications, transport and real estate
  • Learn from those who already live in a Smart City – benefit from the experience of the City of Boston; ask how they did it, and find the strategies that will work and can be applied to your city 
  • Discover how some cities are deploying smart energy and water systems to achieve cost and energy savings with efficient public lighting
  • Understand how smart building technologies are being used to drive operational efficiencies, reduce energy consumption and increase sustainability
  • Gain insights into the mobility needs of the future and discover how current transport planning should cater the needs of the future
 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Directors, Heads, Senior Managers and Specialists, who are involved in or have an interest in infrastructure, property, urban development, investment and smart systems in Australia’s cities:

  • Managing directors, C-Level Executives
  • Heads, General Managers, Senior Managers
  • CTOs, CDOs, CIOs
  • Federal, State and Local government 
  • Lord Mayors, CEOs, General Managers 
  • Heads of innovation
  • Policy and advocacy
  • Strategy and planning
  • International and domestic businesses and investors
  • Urban Planners

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