The five pillars of smart places and connected communities 07 September 2018
What if you could confidently build the smart places and connected communities of our future today?
Richard Potter, chief technology officer at Microsoft Services UK, will be at our South and South West event in Bristol on 26 September to explore the CityNext vision for creating healthier, more caring, safer, smarter public services and communities.
This vision is based on five pillars that reflect the overriding priorities in using technology for the public good: caring and healthy; educated and aspiring; safe and secure; sustainable, efficient and green; and reimagining local services.
Richard will look at the possibilities within each of these five pillars within the Microsoft CityNext vision, highlighting instances where digital technology is already making a significant difference to people, communities and places.
Don’t risk missing out on this chance of accessing new ideas, solutions and innovations to help deliver the public services of the future, and look to register your place at South and South West 2018 today.