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Event Date:
October 28, 2021
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Location:
Online Workshop


About This Event

What makes a city smart is not only the way it adopts digital technologies to improve the quality of life for its citizens, but also how it takes on global good practice and standards to make better decisions in a transparent and intelligent way—as technology alone is not sufficient to make cities liveable and sustainable.

This 90-minute session brings together experts to examine the strategies and systems required to improve citizens’ quality of life, the international standards and indicators currently in place, and importantly how policymakers can put this into practice to build sustainable and connected smart cities that express their individuality.

Speakers

  • Moderator: Ms Waltraut Ritter, Founder of Knowledge Dialogues
  • Dr Trung Nguyen, Associate Professor and Head of Department, Management, RMIT Vietnam
  • Ms Helen Ng, ISO TC268 Sustainable Cities and Communities WG2
  • Mr. Joris van Etten, Senior Urban Development Specialist, Asian Development Bank
  • Md Farabi Yussoff bin Md Yussoff, Head of Smart City, PLANMalaysia, Ministry of Housing & Local Government, Malaysia

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