What does it take to build a smart state?

Building smart cities and communities requires interdisciplinary, interagency and multi-jurisdictional coordination. It also requires smart public-private-partnerships, new business and procurement models and collaborative co-creation through applied research and innovation.

What does it take to build a smart state?

At the Colorado Technology Association Smart Cities Symposium, Venture Smarter, Arrow Electronics, Colorado Smart Cities Alliance, and more civic-minded leaders from enterprise, government, academia, research, impact investors, startups and nonprofits will dive deep into what it takes to create a state full of connected communities.

Venture Smarter CEO, Zack Huhn, will moderate a discussion about active efforts related to pilot projects, non-traditional procurement, technology standards, planning blueprints, federal policies and funding or financing allocations that are accelerating the development of smart cities and regions across North America – creating better places to live, work and visit.

Join the conversation online! #COSmartCities

 
 

ABOUT THE PARTNERS:

Colorado Technology Association (CTA), Colorado Smart Cities Alliance and Arrow Electronics are dedicated to bringing smart cities to life across Colorado. Founded in 2017, the Colorado Smart Cities Alliance seeks to build partnerships, pilot ideas and drive action across the state to better connect our communities and serve our citizens. Arrow Electronics, a founding partner of the Alliance, is leading the way in IoT and smart city technologies globally, and is intent on introducing the Arrow global network to the conversations happening across the state. As the leading technology nonprofit in the state, CTA is proud to showcase members who are changing the way we build cities, do business and connect.