2018 Route Fifty Tech Roadshow
At the heart of Silicon Valley, San Jose has declared its ambition to become the most innovative city in America by 2020. Through a Smart City vision that promotes itself as a “demonstration city” to the technology giants that call San Jose home, the city has opened itself up to the innovation surrounding it. How does a city work to be inclusive as a test bed for technology, while ensuring quality services and no citizen is left behind? During this event, we’ll explore how San Jose and other cities in the region have balanced opening their city to technology while prioritizing digital inclusion alongside digital infrastructure and broadband.
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Co-located with the Defense TechConnect Fall Conference and SBIR/STTR Innovation Summit, the Smart Cities Connect Fall Conference & Expo will include three extraordinary programs all accelerating innovative solutions for city, security, and society.
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City Summit is the National League of Cities’ conference for local leaders to convene and collaborate on solutions to the common challenges facing America’s cities. Each year, the conference is hosted in a different U.S. city – offering fresh and new best practices for government officials to improve the conditions back home.
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