This IEEE Smart Cities Planning and Technology Workshop is intended to educate end-users as well as their engineering consultants and other partners on planning, implementation and operational best practices required to build sustainable, economically sensible Smart City solutions. It's based upon the IEEE P2784 Smart Cities Planning and Technology draft standard.
Who Should Attend the IEEE Smart Cities Planning and Technology Workshop?
Public works personnel, Department of Transportation staff, consulting engineers, utility staff, resilience and sustainability experts, planners, community leaders and the general public are strongly encouraged to attend.
What You’ll Learn:
- What Human Factors Impact a Smart City
- What are the Nine Applications That Must Be Considered
- What Seven Technologies Drive Those Applications
- How to Identify Stakeholder Communities
- What Stakeholder Communities Must Be Included
- How to Document Needs of the Communities
- How to Build a List of Consensus-Based Needs
- How to Refine Consensus-Based Needs into Measurable Functional Requirements
- How to Develop a Request for Information (RFI) and Request for Proposal (RFP)
- How to Develop and Implement Test Plans to Keep You on Track
- How to Manage Smart City Projects Over Their Entire Life-Cycle
At the conclusion of the event, all attendees will receive a detailed summary of the results of this interactive program.
Details on the IEEE P2784 Guide for the Technology and Process Framework for Planning a Smart City
Sponsor: IEEE Communications Society/Standards Development Board -Tarek El-Bawab
Chair Jim Frazer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Staff Liason - Jennifer Santulli, IEEE
Scope: This guide provides a framework that outlines technologies and the processes for planning the evolution of a smart city. Smart Cities and related solutions require technology standards and a cohesive process planning framework for the use of the internet of things to ensure interoperable, agile, and scalable solutions that are able to be implemented and maintained in a sustainable manner. This framework provides a methodology for municipalities and technology integrators to use as a tool to plan for innovative and technology solutions for smart cities.
Time and Date
The workshop is scheduled for 1-5PM on February 6th the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld, 6677 Sea Harbor Drive Orlando, Florida 32821. It immediately follows the conclusion of the ARC Forum that will be held February 3-6
In order to confirm your attendance at this free event, please send an email indicating your interest directly to Rob D’Angelo, Director of Strategic Services at email@example.com or call him directly at 781-471-1150 / for more information