The promise of technology in Asia has contributed and evolved well in certain capital cities across the region. The concept is simple – technology takes a lead everywhere in order to make your city better and your citizens prosperous. While acceptance has been challenged and slower in some areas in Asia-Pacific (APAC), countries like Japan, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam and Myanmar have successfully implemented their own versions of smart city.
Smart cities can improve the access and quality of urban services for citizens, businesses, and governments through digital technologies. At present, connectivity created a wider availability and considering the low-cost internet of things (IoT) big data, artificial intelligence (AI) and distributed hybrid multicloud, smart infrastructures innovations in APAC continues to grow. These takes APAC as the fastest region to adopt smart city technologies.
This coming November 23, 2021, Opal Financial Group is proud to present to you it’s very own APAC Smart Cities and Urban Planning Conference. An approach to support and create opportunities that reflects in specific urban challenges as well as the city’s capacity to address those challenges, both in sustainable implementation and management of smart city solutions.
In this edition, we will explore on the diversity of smart city initiatives, models, implementation modes draws out the potential opportunities to collaborate in facilitating the the development of livable cities.
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All times are in SGT (Singapore Time Zone)
2020-2030 Philippine Smart City Project Outlook
Jan Irish V. Platon, Project Development Officer, Infrastructure Division, Public-Private Partnership Center of the Philippines
Philippine Government Incentives (under the CREATE Act) for Investors/Companies who will develop smart cities
Ernesto Delos Reyes, Acting Director - Investment Assistance Center, Bureau of Investments
Building community ecosystem to achieve better Philippines through smart cities and urban planning
Edward Tay, CEO, Systema Capital
Panel Discussion: Redesigning your cities. Are we ready for City 3.0 and how smart are we?
Izzat Azzis, Director - Risk Management, KPMG - Malaysia
Janlo de los Reyes, Head of the Research and Strategic Consulting Services, JLL Philippines
Jolan Formalejo, Assistant Vice President for Inventory Generation Group, Aboitiz InfraCapital, Inc.
Xiaoqing Li, Technical Director, Infrastructure Development & Economics, Mott Macdonald
Nicolas Bhar, Dupoint Consultancy
Empowering Climate Resilient Businesses and Communities
Felix Ayque, Founder, Komunidad Global Pte Ltd
ICT infrastructure. A city-wide network of connectivity, combined with the latest intelligent systems, secures the real-time exchange of data across a city and makes it available to citizens and businesses
Dir. Emmy Lou Delfin, Director of the ICT Industry Development Bureau, Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT)
Creating a safer community that allows each individual to confidently move without worries
Urban Planning: Rethinking Urban Development In A Post Pandemic World
Live and on demand video panels
Exhibit Hall with branded interactive booths and analytics
Ability to connect via instant message chat, video chat, direct message
Live Chatting Options in sessions, private 1:1 communication & lounge area for group networking
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