Sharing spaces, smart transport and sustainable innovation top of the agenda at Urban Infrastructure 2014

The future of the city is smart and shareable – that was the overwhelming consensus from  Urban Infrastructure 2014 conference. This event brought together some of the world’s most forward-thinking elected officials, city planners and industry-leaders to discuss how cities of the future can innovate to provide world class, intelligent infrastructure.

Some 150+ authorities in urban planning, infrastructure, housing, construction, transport, energy and architecture gathered for a day of insight, debate and action.

TOPICS DISCUSSED INCLUDED:

  • What role can improved urban design and infrastructure development play in both developed and emerging markets? 
  • From planning to completion: clearing the obstacles to getting infrastructure projects off the drawing board
  • How can emerging technologies and ideas provide a better experience for citizens? 
  • How can increased data and information flows improve transport and energy efficiency?

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Urban Infrastructure 2014

CITIES DRIVING GROWTH, INFRASTRUCTURE DRIVING CITIES

November 13th 2014, London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square

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Standard Delegate Rate £995.00 + VAT

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