Published on 7 August, 2014
|Future Cities Asia will bring together over 200 senior level executives
Future Cities Asia, Asia's premier smart cities event will examine how harnessing technology can transform urban infrastructure. It is an initiative that will explore topics such as Smart Governance and Funding, Smart Energy, Smart Buildings, Smart Mobility, Smart Technology, Smart Infrastructure, Smart Healthcare, Smart Citizen and Smart Resilience for future cities.
Future Cities Asia is taking place on the 13 - 15 October in Hong Kong which is already a highly sophisticated smart city and a gateway to Asia. Taking place at the Cyberport Conference and Exhibition Centre, the event will bring together over 200 senior level executives including government authorities, urban planners, investors, academics and the private sector from some of the world's leading cities who will give direction to sustainable city development and is a must-attend for key stakeholders committed to creating smarter cities.
Future Cities Asia is being organised by Worldwide Business Research (WBR) the world's biggest large-scale conference company in partnership with Cyberport and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Danny Levy the Head of Asia Public Sector for WBR said, "We are delighted to be bringing Future Cities Asia 2014 to Hong Kong which is regularly voted Asia's leading smart city. The 3 day event brings together over 50 speakers from some of the world's leading future cities with the opportunity to see the latest innovations, technologies and solutions for the smart cities community during our industry leading exhibition."
Future Cities Asia is being partnered by Microsoft, Bosch Software Innovations, Cyberport, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Tigerspike, CTTC HK, iOmniscient, Technology Quotient, The Future Cities Institute and EU Academic Programme.