IDC will showcase research and innovations in smart cities at the Smart Regions Conference
IDC is among the global leaders in IT research, advisery services, and industry focused events. IDC's Mark Zannoni will be speaking at the Smart Regions Conference at BB&T Arena on October 25th about smart cities and the integration of the Internet of Things. Specifically, Mark will be presenting insights related to advanced transportation, connected vehicles and infrastructure, and economic development drivers in smart cities.
Mark Zannoni is Research Director for Smart Cities and Transportation within IDC’s Government Insights group, focusing on global transportation issues and key and emerging transportation technologies in the smart city ecosystem. Mark’s core research areas include mass transit, smart parking, connected vehicles, V2X and transportation infrastructure in the context of transportation innovation, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), global trends, economic development, and regulatory issues. His work covers all modes of transportation and their strategic application as they relate to smart cities worldwide.
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