Smart Transformations

About

Developing Smart cities is a stated objective of many governments and organisations worldwide. It meets the dual objectives of sustainability and enhancing the quality of life. Increasing aspirations of citizens to improve living standards puts pressure on the cities to upgrade, and as the global population increases, the world must move towards a Smarter use of resources.


Lecture


Smart City Masterclass

Module 1 :: 1-day workshop on smart city transformations

 

Who should attend

  1. Business professionals with top management responsibilities, such as CEO, COO, CFO, CIO, President, Vice President, Department Head, Practice Head.Most suitable from the following industries
    • Electronics, devices, sensors, telecom
    • Information technology and management
    • Civil infrastructure
    • Project management, governance support
    • Construction
  2. Government top-level officials, involved in
    • Vision, Strategy, conceptualization, prioritization
    • Finance control, governance
    • Responsible a Smart city initiative of the government
    • City planning, architecture,
    • Contractor management and governance
  3. Consultants who advise on
    • Smart city visioning, strategy, planning
    • Governance, leadership level stakeholder engagement

Benefits to the participants

The participants after completion will be have a great understanding of

  1. The needed definitions, concepts, strategies, approaches, and technologies to develop and manage a greenfield or brownfield Smart city.
  2. Economics, developmental concepts, engineering, environment and governance that sets the definitive foundation of the Smart framework.
  3. Technologies that are powering the Smart movement.
  4. Specific methodology of measuring Smart elements of a city. Introduction to the concepts of Smart Map and Smart Index.
  5. A structured approach to a transformation: setting priorities, execution, financing and governance.
  6. The new structure of the Smart industry and the new market dynamics.

Methodology

This workshop is a combination of 40% lecture, 50% discussions and 10% case studies.

Module 2 :: 3-day workshop on Smart city transformations

 

Who should attend

  1. Mid-level to senior business professionals such as general manager, vice president, department head, division head, project leader, program leaderMost suitable from the following industries
    • Electronics, devices, sensors, telecom
    • Information technology and management
    • Civil infrastructure
    • Project management, governance support
    • Construction
  2. Government senior-level officials
    • Involved in strategy, conceptualization, prioritization
    • Governing, managing projects
    • A part of leadership team of a Smart city initiative of the government
    • City planning, architecture
    • Contractor management and governance
  3. Consultants who advise on
    • Smart city planning, execution
    • Governance, stakeholder engagement

Benefits to the participants

The participants after completion will be have a great understanding of

  1. The needed definitions, concepts, strategies, approaches, and technologies to develop and manage a greenfield or brownfield Smart city.
  2. Economics, developmental concepts, engineering, environment and governance that sets the definitive foundation of the Smart framework.
  3. Technologies that are powering the Smart movement.
  4. Specific methodology of measuring Smart elements of a city. Introduction to the concepts of Smart Map and Smart Index.
  5. A structured approach to a transformation: setting priorities, execution, financing and governance.
  6. The new structure of the Smart industry and the new market dynamics.

Methodology

This workshop is a combination of 30% lecture, 40% discussions and 30% case studies.

Module 3 :: 5-day workshop on Smart city transformations

 

Who should attend

  1. Young to mid-level business professionals.Most suitable from the following industries
    • Electronics, devices, sensors, telecom
    • Information technology and management
    • Civil infrastructure
    • Project management, governance support
    • Construction
  2. Government mid-level officials.
    • Involved in developing, governing, managing projects
    • A part of Smart city initiative of the government
    • City planning, architecture
    • Contractor management
  3. Consultants who advise on
    • Smart city planning, execution
    • Governance, stakeholder engagement

Benefits to the participants

The participants after completion will be have a great understanding of

  1. The needed definitions, concepts, strategies, approaches, and technologies to develop and manage a greenfield or brownfield Smart city.
  2. Economics, developmental concepts, engineering, environment and governance that sets the definitive foundation of the Smart framework.
  3. Technologies that are powering the Smart movement.
  4. Specific methodology of measuring Smart elements of a city. Introduction to the concepts of Smart Map and Smart Index.
  5. A structured approach to a transformation: setting priorities, execution, financing and governance.
  6. The new structure of the Smart industry and the new market dynamics.

Methodology

This workshop is a combination of 35% lecture, 35% discussions and 30% case studies.


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