Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, September 27, 2017 —- Happening for the second time this year, Marcus Evans 2nd Annual Smart Cities is set to take place on the 25th – 27th October 2017 at Conrad Seoul, South Korea.
Speaking at the event Fazal Hussain Director Enterprise Solutions City of Toronto mentioned that “sharing information from across the world allows us to consider new ideas and share experiences that help us all. The world is one big community the residents are highly mobile in order to make our urban centers competitive with other global urban centers we must participate in events like the Marcus Evans – 2nd Annual Smart Cities conference.”
Fazal will be presenting an interesting case study, ‘Digital Transformation: A Roadmap to a Smarter City’. Besides that, he will be also moderating one of the TechTalk sessions: A Smart City in Practice: Are Cities of the Future Connected or Just Innovation Hubs.
Featuring distinguished plenary speakers Kibyoung Kim Director, Global e-Government Division Ministry of Interior , South Korea; Chungha Cha Co-Founder & Chair Re-Imagining Cities Foundation , South Korea; Kim Spiegelberg Stelzer Smart City Senior Advisor City of Copenhagen , Denmark; Dr. Joshua I. James Professor, Digital Forensics and Cybercrime Investigation Hallym University, South Korea; Dr. Okan Geray Strategy Planning Advisor Smart Dubai Office , UAE; Chang-Won Ahn Special Fellow, Future Technology & Strategy Research Lab Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), South Korea; Sinead O’Brien Executive Director-Office of Customer, ICT & Digital Transformation Department of Premier and Cabinet South Australia; Matthew Rouser Assistant Director for Innovation & Technology, Department of Neighborhood Development City of Boston, USA; Jae Yong Lee Director Smart and Green City Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements; Dr. Fahmi Ngah CEO, Selangor Economic Advisor & Deputy Program Director Smart Selangor Delivery Unit, Malaysia and many more.
Sang Ho Lee Director, Technical Operations Division, Incheon U-City Corporation, South Korea who will be speaking at the conference shared, “I think it will help us to understand the overall flow of the Smart City business and to understand the future directions.”
The annual conference will be feature interactive panel discussion such as Tech Talk, Cyber Safe Inside Out and City and Country Spotlight session that focuses on case studies on the latest breakthrough as well as identifying, mitigating and closing cyber security gaps for data safety.
One of the event highlights will be the exclusive guided tours on Day three of the conference, providing an opportunity to delegates to witness innovative examples of Smart City Projects in Seoul.
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