Innovation in the Integrated Smart City

MAY 28, 2015, 10:00 a.m. EST

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Innovation in the Integrated Smart City

lightbulbsInnovation is the creation of value from services that do not yet exist. Smart cities innovate innovation by pulling groups and tools together in managed ecosystems.

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International Leaders from the U.K., Spain, the United States and Canada

Brian PurcellBrian Purcell, Smart Cities Leader, IBM Canada
“We are entering a Century of Cities, which will be Integrated, Interconnected, Intelligent and Innovative.”

Chelo FenandezChelo Fenandez, Dep. Dir. of Innovation, Knowledge Society and ICT – Barcelona City Council, Spain
The Innovative City and the Smart City are the same thing; this goes beyond ICT to become an issue for everyone in the community.”

Greg BloomGreg Bloom, Chief Organizing Officer, Open Referral and Code for America, United States
The 211 Community Resource Directory is a community-based, non-profit movement telling people where to go if they need help.”

Paul WilsonPaul Wilson, Managing Director – Bristol Is Open, United Kingdom
Giving people more connectivity than they think they need drives innovation and helps us maintain our reputation as Best Place to Live in Britain.”

Roy WisemanRoy Wiseman, Executive Director, MISA, Canada – Modertor
“Collaboration is the common theme – the full communinty needs to be involved.”


For inquiries please email:
Barry Gander, Co-Founder, i-CANADA

This was the third in a series of i-CANADA international webinars on Smart Cities.

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