Addressing Urbanization Challenges Through Technology and Innovation

Smart Cities, EmTech Singapore
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Enterprise Forum (MITEF) and Koelnmesse
are hosting “Technologies That Matter”, a series of industry talks that serve as a run
up to the main EmTech Singapore conference which will be held on 20-21 January
2014 at the Marina Bay Sands. This series is an interactive platform where corporate
business leaders, entrepreneurs and industry experts share their ideas on the latest
trends in technology through panel discussions, fireside chats and networking.

Addressing Urbanization Challenges Through Technology and Innovation

Singapore is often recognized as one of Asia’s most livable cities. As the demands of urbanization become more complex, how can Singapore remain resilient amidst the challenges? How can it accommodate a growing population within a limited land area and maintain its economic dynamism? How will cities use technology and policy to become innovation hubs that attract capital and talent and also provide a sustainable high quality of life? Join future cities experts as they discuss forward-thinking strategies and identify the most important technologies and innovation tools essential for the country’s sustainable development.

Our smart cities experts include:

Gianluca Nicholas Lange, Head of AEC/ENI Sales, Autodesk – ASEAN

Ayesha Khanna, CEO, Urban Intel; Director, Hybrid Reality Institute; Future Cities Group, London School of Economics

Steffen Endler, Senior Vice President, Siemens

Michael Budig, Module Coordinator & Senior Researcher, Singapore-ETH Centre

Admission is free. For more information, please email s.balmaceda@koelnmesse.com.sg.


EmTech Singapore

Don't miss the most important technology conference of 2014. Visit www.emtechsingapore.com for more details on speakers and agenda.

Wed Dec 11, 2013
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM SGT
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Possibility Room, Level 5, National Library, 100 Victoria Street
Free Admission FULL
Free Admission FULL
Venue Address
100 Victoria Street, Singapore 188064 Singapore