This session will give delegates a summary of the smart city agenda. Looking at technology start ups and organisations supporting the smart city agenda the session will also discuss how future cities will evolve and change how we currently live, work and travel. BIM and Digital Engineering processes will continue to evolve and impact how we design and build. This will ultimately change how we access, use and deliver our built assets.
This session will explain the details of what encompasses a smart city. Future cities will be driven by new technologies and the impacts of global population increases and this will ultimately change how we live and work. A smart city agenda acknowledges the impacts of BIM and Digital engineering and the way accessible data can help us to utilise our cities and the services around them. Not only will this session explain the importance of a smart city but how smart city standards have been developed to enable a consistent approach toward the way we design and build around them.
The session will give examples of intelligent systems and technology start ups which exist to enable the smart city agenda with the experience we’ve had with other smart city technology startups. There is much research present which suggests there is enormous financial impact on how smart city companies will support our future cities and the session will also discuss the services traditional architecture and engineering practices may need to offer to support the future of the built environment. In Australia the smart city agenda is influencing how we grow and develop solutions to enable data use and physical interactivity and with the rapid increases in population Australia will urgently require better utilisation of smart city resources. This will impact the spatial properties of our cities as well as how we operate within them. Not only will the future city require smarter systems but also smarter operational processes and using digital processes such as BIM will begin to shape how this data can be developed and shared.
Time & room
3.30 pm–3.45 pm in City Room 1
Miss Rebecca De Cicco
Date & venue
Friday, 25 October 2019 at the Adelaide Convention Centre