Minister for Cities joins Smart Cities Week
Australia’s newly minted Minister for Cities, Urban Infrastructure and Population, Alan Tudge, will share his vision for smart, connected cities at the opening plenary at Smart Cities Week, to be held from 29–31 October at the Hilton Sydney.
Tudge will join a stellar line up of international policymakers, serial disruptors and smart cities thinkers and practitioners exploring a range of topics over the three-day conference.
Other highlights from the event include:
- City Deals: Bringing together cities and regions working on this exciting new model of governance and infrastructure funding, including Darwin, Townsville, Western Sydney, Launceston and South East Queensland.
- Smart Cities Awards: Cheer on best practice work from government, industry and academia from across the region, and celebrate smart cities success.
- Property provoked: With US$4.8 billion channelled into property technology around our region in the last two years, take a look at how proptech will propel smart, sustainable cities.
Pitch fest: The hottest smart cities start-ups will unleash their passion and ingenuity to solve some of our cities’ most wicked challenges.
To download the Smart Cities Week program and register for the event, visit https://www.smartcitiesweek.com/2018-australia/.
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