Save the Date: October 25th, 2018! Attend the Second Annual Smart Regions Conference in Columbus, OH
The second annual Smart Regions Conference will happen on Thursday, October 25th 2018 in Columbus, OH. The key theme will revolve around Smart Mobility and Infrastructure, and the pillars of smart regional growth will be explored. Speakers and presenters will shine a light on success stories, challenges, and opportunities to collaborate to more efficiently and effectively build smart cities and regions. The event will also mark the end of the 2018 Smart Infrastructure Challenge as winners will be announced following presentations during the event.
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The 2017 Smart Regions Conference Keynote Speaker was Anil Menon, Cisco's Global President of Smart+ Connected Communities. Other speakers included Virginia Secretary of Technology Karen Jackson, Cintrifuse CEO Wendy Lea, and experts across sectors focused on building smart cities and regions.
2017 Highlights: 709 guests, 102 speakers and panelists, 50 sponsors and exhibitors, and professional drone racing to top it all off.
MORE DETAILS AND INFORMATION COMING SOON FOR THE 2018 SMART REGIONS CONFERENCE.
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