One of the greatest risks of the 21st century is the water scarcity. People attribute a low value to water, perceiving that it will always be there. This needs to change change and it’s up to cities to tackle this issue. Another risk is all the waste of the 21st century. Waste can be used nowadays as a source of renewable energy to take care of the long-term health of our cities.
Technical solutions for water and waste efficiency in a city should be thought through by city officials, public utility executives, developers, engineers, building owners, building managers and more. These people come together at the Intelligent Cities Expo, a holistic city-level event, to network with other stakeholder groups.
City stakeholders should be engaged to work together so that tangible results in Smart City development can be seen. And it’s only through taking a city-level approach that this comprehensive network of city stakeholders can work together. In addition to the water and waste specific stakeholders, attendees and exhibitors of the Intelligent City expo can also meet public and private sector individuals and companies involved in intelligent energy, transport, mobility, security and information and communication technologies.
These sectors can provide crucial insight into city-wide service delivery. That’s why Intelligent Cities Expo maximizes the ability of city stakeholders to influence government policy, create new partner opportunities and let cities understand the importance of moving forward to becoming truly smart with the support of fellow public entities and innovative private sector organizations.
For more information, take a look at the Intelligent Cities Expo website: http://www.intelligentcitiesexpo.com/