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Making Modern Cities

Tue 22 Sep 2020


Digital technologies are transforming the way we live, work and play. Real-time information and data analysis has proven to be even more critical in safely and effectively managing the current crisis too, but technology and data are tools for people, not the other way round. This webinar will consider the full ecosystem that enables ‘smart’ and safe cities; the technology, the people, and the governance. Our panellists will have an open discussion about opportunities and challenges to make modern cities that work for the people that live in them.

Phil Scanlon from Solace will share his experience in Singapore on a city/nationwide data exchange, with an event-driven backbone offering various ministries and industries to process data in real-time. Sara Stace is a triple threat; environmental designer, architect, and MBA currently leading the walking and cycling strategy at Transport for NSW. Finally, Yale Wong (our 2019 Young Professional of the Year) has been thinking about public transport and pandemics and using technology to build resilient transport networks.



Sara Stace Associate Director Walking and Cycling Strategy / Transport for NSW
Phil Scanlon VP, Sales Engineering, Asia Pacific & Japan / Solace Corporation
Yale Z Wong (Co-chair, Sydney) Principal / Dr Transportation

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