Arab Future Cities Summit expects 350 decision makers

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Doha summitThe Arab Future Cities Summit, a conference on smart city development in the Middle East slated to beheld from April 7 to 9 in Doha, Qatar, will host 350 decision makers including government officials, engineers, architects and designers, urban planners and developers, green building consultants, academics and researchers, innovators and smart cities solution providers, the organiser, Australia-based conference and event firm Expotrade, announced.

With a focus on knowledge sharing and networking, the summit will showcase city development best practice strategies through presentations from some of the world’s leading experts and the innovative solutions that will integrate citizens, systems and services, Expotrade said, adding that connecting government authorities, developers, urban planners, investors, academics and cutting-edge technologists gives direction to sustainable city development across the MENA region and makes the summit a must-attend for key stakeholders committed to creating smarter cities.

The summit will cover the following key areas:

  • Smart Citizens – Unlocking Human Potential with ICT
  • Smart Economy – Encouraging Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Partnerships
  • Smart Mobility – Integrated Mixed-Modal Transport Networks
  • Smart Water and Electricity Grids
  • Green Buildings and Sustainable Environments

Now in its third year, the smart cities conference will take place under the patronage of Shaikh Abdul Rahman Bin Khalifa Al Thani, Minister for Municipality and Urban Planning of Qatar.

US network company Cisco announced on March 20 its sponsor partnership of the summit. Using this platform, Cisco will share its vision for creating a sustainable smart and connected city, the company said.

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The Arab Future Cities Summit, a conference on smart city development in the Middle East slated to beheld from April 7 to 9 in Doha, Qatar, will host 350 decision makers including government officials, engineers, architects and designers, urban planners and developers, green building consultants, academics and researchers, innovators and smart cities solution providers, the organiser, Australia-based conference and event firm Expotrade, announced.

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Doha summitThe Arab Future Cities Summit, a conference on smart city development in the Middle East slated to beheld from April 7 to 9 in Doha, Qatar, will host 350 decision makers including government officials, engineers, architects and designers, urban planners and developers, green building consultants, academics and researchers, innovators and smart cities solution providers, the organiser, Australia-based conference and event firm Expotrade, announced.

With a focus on knowledge sharing and networking, the summit will showcase city development best practice strategies through presentations from some of the world’s leading experts and the innovative solutions that will integrate citizens, systems and services, Expotrade said, adding that connecting government authorities, developers, urban planners, investors, academics and cutting-edge technologists gives direction to sustainable city development across the MENA region and makes the summit a must-attend for key stakeholders committed to creating smarter cities.

The summit will cover the following key areas:

  • Smart Citizens – Unlocking Human Potential with ICT
  • Smart Economy – Encouraging Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Partnerships
  • Smart Mobility – Integrated Mixed-Modal Transport Networks
  • Smart Water and Electricity Grids
  • Green Buildings and Sustainable Environments

Now in its third year, the smart cities conference will take place under the patronage of Shaikh Abdul Rahman Bin Khalifa Al Thani, Minister for Municipality and Urban Planning of Qatar.

US network company Cisco announced on March 20 its sponsor partnership of the summit. Using this platform, Cisco will share its vision for creating a sustainable smart and connected city, the company said.

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