Smart Cities with Digital Twin Week

When:
10 October, 2022 @ 9:00 am – 14 October, 2022 @ 5:00 pm
2022-10-10T09:00:00+11:00
2022-10-14T17:00:00+11:00
Where:
Pullman Hotel, Albert Park, Melbourne
Contact:
Smart Cities Council
Smart Cities with Digital Twin Week @ Pullman Hotel, Albert Park, Melbourne

Smart Cities Week Australia and New Zealand 2022 will bring together the who’s-who in smart cities, digital twins and future-of-place thought leadership in an energising, open dialogue on how to leverage technology to deliver better quality of life for citizens.

Smart Cities Week offers sessions designed to bring demand and supply side stakeholders together in a way that incubates business opportunities and incubates the smart cities investment pipeline.

This year, the event will be delivered in conjunction with Digital Twin Week, known as the premier platform for showcasing, exchanging and networking around all things Digital Twin in the built and natural environment. The event will offer a series of opportunities to connect and gain information and insights on Digital Twin activity, policy and practice from government and industry leaders.

Leading the line-up for the 2022 event is Platinum event sponsor, Amazon Web Services, who will offer attendees a look at AWS-powered twin cities, and how towns, regions and cities, can use cloud benefits, technology and support, to realise their local planning vision.

Image credit: ©stock.adobe.com/au/Blue Planet Studio

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