PLANNING, DESIGNING, AND DEVELOPING LIVEABLE, EFFICIENT AND SMART CITIES AND INFRASTRUCTURE

"A smart city needs more than smart technology, it needs smart people. And to create the environment that will attract them, you need technological imagination and above all smart planning," – The Hon. Malcolm Turnbull MP, Prime Minister of Australia 
 
With Australia’s population in cities set to double in the next few decades, the focus on developing intelligent and efficient cities and transport infrastructure has never been stronger.  The increasing pressure on infrastructure and urban services has placed an amplified demand on smart systems and technology – which will be increasingly critical for ensuring that our cities are smart, liveable and sustainable.
 
Australian Smart Cities and Infrastructure is the upcoming addition to Aventedge’s INFRACON series which has attracted a grand total of 1026 attendees in 7 events. Following the huge track record of success, this premier two-day conference aim to bring key stakeholders from government and the private industry together to discuss key issues and opportunities for developing smart cities in Australia. 

For more information on sponsorship and speaking opportunities please contact info@aventedge.com 

  

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 on Australian Smart Cities and Infrastructure 2016
 
“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 on Australian Smart Cities and Infrastructure 2016
 
“For me the value in the summit was the chance to hear what the current thinking and policies are from Government and industry leaders, and what the "big" issues facing the industry are. But the greatest value is in the opportunities to network with people, raise issues and learn what others have done successfully. Therefore, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend the summit to those that are willing to those involved in transport and its infrastructure.”
Councillor, Far North District Council on New Zealand Transport and Infrastructure 

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WHY ATTEND

  • Leverage first-hand insights from federal, state and local government on Australia’s current and future smart city goals and plans
  • Evaluate the role of smart ICT in the design and planning of infrastructure, and what this means for the future of urban planning
  • Examine how digital spaces, ICT and connectivity can be used to enhance city living

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:

  • Directors
  • Chairman
  • Managing directors, C-Level Executives
  • Heads, General Managers, Senior Managers
  • Project managers
  • Data managers

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