Smart Cities Innovation

Find out more about Smart Hamilton, what the future of smart cities could look like, and developments from Australia, NZ and the globe!

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If you are interested in finding out more about the Smart Hamilton initiative, what the future of smart cities could look like, and hearing about developments in the Smart Cities space from Australia, New Zealand and around the world then join us for lunch as part of Techweek19 Waikato.

Here about the Smart Cities Council ANZ work building movements and marketplaces for sustainable cities, information on plans for a Smart Space in Garden Place to share insights around what the Council has been working on and as an opportunity to engage the wider community in co-creating the Smart Hamilton vision, the possibilities of emerging technologies, and some of what we can expect from the pioneer of technology innovation in the parking industry

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Waikato Innovation Park, Conference Centre, 9 Melody Ln, Hamilton East, Hamilton 3216, Waikato

Thursday 23 May
12:00pm - 2:00pm

Free event
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Matthew Ensor

AI Forum NZ working group member

Matt is an expert in Artificial Intelligence conversational agents (IBM Watson Assistant) and regularly speaks at conferences, facilitates workshops, and provides AI advisory services to Senior Executives.

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Adam Beck

Executive Director, Smart Cities Council ANZ

Adam advocates for the adoption of technology, data-driven decision making and intelligent design as an accelerator to sustainability outcomes in cities, as part of the world's largest network of smart cities practitioners and policy makers.

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Chelsey Stewart

Smart Hamilton Programme Manager

Connecting, dreaming and doing.

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John Heard

Chief Technology Officer at Smart Parking

John has an exceptionally strong background in technology platforms within the internet, computing and telecommunications industries, and is passionate about supporting and developing challenging initiatives, which sets him in good stead to lead Smart Parking’s large technology development division.

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  • Information and communications technology
  • Internet of Things
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