City of the Future - November Session City of the Future - November Session

Since the last City of the Future, both Texas and the world have drastically changed. We have learned the true measure of strength in our communities—and that we each have a part to play in transforming them. People have endured great pain, and from that, lessons are being learned. As systems, institutions, supply chains, and even culture are being reassessed to better protect and deliver for people first, there are opportunities to heal and build. Now with the City of the Future virtual monthly series, we hope to create a platform for collaborative sharing of ideas and lessons learned so our cities and systems can be built for preparedness and equity.

Schedule

Register to build your agenda.

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

- CST
Welcome to City of the Future
Joyce Deuley
Joyce Deuley
Zpryme, Senior Research Analyst
- CST
Tech-enabled Recovery
Join on Zoom
Nadir Khan
Nadir Khan
AT&T, IoT & Data Soultions Sales Director
Jason Rodriguez
Jason Rodriguez
Zpryme, CEO & Co-Founder

Cities across the country are trying to figure out the best way to bring citizens and businesses back together as part of their recovery strategy post-COVID-19. At the heart of making citizens feel more confident and comfortable are smart city technologies and data initiatives to ensure a safer way to live, work and play. Join us as Nadir Khan, gives us a deeper look at how cities are leveraging technology & new funding for meaningful recovery.

- CST
Innovation Ecosystems
Join on Zoom
Andi Littlejohn
Andi Littlejohn
EPIcenter, Chief of the EPIcenter Energy Incubator and Accelerator
Richard Medina
Richard Medina
CPS Energy, Vice President Grid Transformation & Engineering
Joyce Deuley
Joyce Deuley
Zpryme, Senior Research Analyst
Matthew Reat
Matthew Reat
Office of Innovation, City of San Antonio, Innovation Administrator

Leaders need to rely on several talent pools and partners to create truly resilient communities. By tapping into cities, utilities, and entrepreneurial centers, cities can source diverse solutions that are effective and community-driven.

- CST
IOT - The Connected City
Join on Zoom
Dominic Papa
Dominic Papa
Arizona Commerce Authority, Vice President of Smart State Initiatives
Seth Henneman
Seth Henneman
AT&T, Senior Design Engineer
Phil Beecher
Phil Beecher
Wi-SUN, President and CEO
Dylan Lockwood
Dylan Lockwood
Zpryme, Online Content Editor

Intelligent cities are using connected devices to better serve citizens and lend to industrial advancements. As more computerized infrastructure is developed, cities will increasingly rely on the networks that support digital operations. Join us as we learn how the Internet of Things is changing and the new frontier of city management.