Smart Cities Solution
Friday, October 28th 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
While the developed world faces the challenge of technology deluge and over consumerism, more than half of the global population still faces basic survival challenges of clean water, sanitation, daily nutrition, medical help and education. While most of these geographies have mobile connectivity, the lack of infrastructure connectivity disables real mobility. Lessons from developing economies have shown radical urbanization and forced mass movement of populations to urbanize had negative impact, disrupting a whole generation’s progress. How do we help plan, design, strategize and apply the human, technological and state resources to connect huge populations and add them to the global market?