Experiences Developing Smart City Data Strategy
Apr.
4
2:00 pm14:00

Experiences Developing Smart City Data Strategy

New smart city technologies generate lots of data - pedestrian movement, cctv, lighting, environmental and other data are just some examples. This data is a valuable resource that can be tapped by councils and communities to gain new insights and provide new and improved services.

Managing, using this data and making it available to those who can benefit from it are challenges that all councils will face. Fortunately some councils have already been tackling this - this webinar is an opportunity to hear their experiences in developing data strategies for their communities.

The webinar will be interactive with opportunities for members to ask questions of the panel.

Free for ASCA Members, $33 for non-members. Register here

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SmartLearning Series: Preparing for your smart cities strategy - get it right the first time
Sep.
19
12:00 pm12:00

SmartLearning Series: Preparing for your smart cities strategy - get it right the first time

In his seminar, Peter will discuss the importance of understanding why a Smart City project is being undertaking and its perceived benefits and how to avoid disappointment when the delivery of technology fails to meet expectations.

Presenter: Peter Marklew, Consulting Services Manager - National Business Development Manager, itvision

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SmartLearning Series: Innovation in procurement
Jul.
25
12:00 pm12:00

SmartLearning Series: Innovation in procurement

Presented by Matt Schultz, Chief Digital Officer, Ipswich City Council

Matt will explain how council’s Procurement Policy provides a process on how council will deal with smart city proposals to encourage the market to propose innovative ideas and ensure they are dealt with in a consistent manner by Council within sound contracting principles. 

ASCA members: Complimentary | Non members: $33 | Register now
 

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Jun.
13
12:00 pm12:00

SmartLearning Series: Round 2 funding program

Round Two of the Australian Government's Smart Cities and Suburbs Program is now open and encourages applications for collaborative projects, led by local governments, which apply innovative technology solutions to urban challenges, delivering economic, social and environmental benefits. 

FREE webinar. Register now

Presented in partnership with the Australian Government | Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

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