Why Connected Smart Cities?

The big, modern cities are, perhaps, the most important achievements of mankind, for being responsible, among other things, for a big part of the human development.

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Why Connected Smart Cities?

The big, modern cities are, perhaps, the most important achievements of mankind, for being responsible, among other things, for a big part of the human development. The growth and modernization of the cities however is not restricted to their size, but to a series of factors that determine how intelligent a city is and how much the citizens are connected to it.

Connected Smart Cities believes that a smart city is the one that grows in a planned way through analyzing the development of some basic indicators, like economy, mobility, government, environment, urbanism, and quality of life.

The Platform Connected Smart Cities

Connected Smart Cities involves companies, entities and governments in an event which has as a mission to find the DNA of innovation and improvement for cities more intelligent and connected to one another, whether they are small or megacities.

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The Platform Connected Smart Cities

Connected Smart Cities involves companies, entities and governments in an event which has as a mission to find the DNA of innovation and improvement for cities more intelligent and connected to one another, whether they are small or megacities.

In order to achieve this goal, we gathered companies which offer high technology and services; specialists; government; and people interested and in improving the Brazilian cities, looking for inspiration in solutions implemented in the smartest cities of the world and also bringing new ideas.

The Connected Smart Cities Platform involves the following dimensions: the development of a Brazilian Smart Cities Ranking; an Award that recognizes the best initiatives for the improvement of cities; a forum that brings experts to discuss the main issues related to urban development; and an Expo which gather the exhibition of the project’s sponsors. All of these parts will be gathered at the event which takes place on September 4st and 5nd, 2018.

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SCHEDULE REGIONAL MEETINGS

  • Hotel SESC Cacupé
    __Estrada Haroldo Soares Glavan, 1670 - Cacupé, Florianópolis - SC /
  • 08:30
    Welcome coffee
  • 09:00
    Welcome from the Florianópolis Mayor City- Gean Loureiro, Prefeito de Florianópolis /
  • 09:00
    Business Roundtable
  • 09:30
    Presentation of FNP – National Front of Mayors / Brazilian Network of Intelligent and Human Cities- André Gomyde, Presidente da Rede Brasileira de Cidades Inteligentes e Humanas /
  • 10:10
    Host Company Welcome- Kevin Alix, Solutions Manager Engie /
  • 10:30
    More Human, Intelligent and Sustainable Cities: Hercilio Luz Bridge case and its surroundings- Professor Eduardo Moreira da Costa, UFSC - Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina /
  • 11:00
    Presentation of Connected Smart Cities indicators- Thomaz Assumpção, Presidente da Urban Systems /
  • 11:30
    The role of development organizations in the development of Smart Cities- Eloá Jane Fernandes Mateus, Coordenadora-Geral de Formação, Sistema e Infraestrutura do Departamento de Inclusão Digital do MCTIC - Ministério da Ciência, Tecnologia, Inovações e Comunicações /
  • 11:45
    The role of PPP’s in the development of Smart Cities- Vitor Amuri Antunes, Presidente da SPin Soluções Públicas Inteligentes /
  • 12:00
    Open data and business generation for the development of Smart Cities- Eduardo Kaplan Barbosa, Coordenador da Frente Cidades Inteligentes do Estudo IoT, BNDES /
  • 12:15
    Closing and conclusions- Jamile Sabatini Marques, Presidente da Câmara de Tecnologia e Inovação da Fecomércio de Santa Catarina /
  • 12:45
    Lunch
  • 13:45
    Florianópolis City Presentation- Prefeitura de Florianópolis - Marcus J. Rocha, Superintendente de Ciência, Tecnologia e Inovação da Secretaria Municipal de Turismo, Tecnologia e Desenvolvimento Econômico /
  • 14:00
    Curitiba City Presentation- Prefeitura de Curitiba - Frederico Augusto Munhoz da Rocha Lacerda, Presidente da Agência Curitiba /
  • 14:15
    Porto Alegre City Presentation- Prefeitura de Porto Alegre /
  • 14:30
    Balneário Camboriú City Presentation- Prefeitura de Balneário Camboriú - Karine Homes, Secretária de Administração da Prefeitura /
  • 14:45
    Closing and Conclusions- Marcus J. Rocha, Superintendente de Ciência, Tecnologia e Inovação da Secretaria Municipal do Turismo, Tecnologia e Desenvolvimento Econômico da Prefeitura Municipal de Florianópolis /
  • 15:30
    Closing- Thomaz Assumpção, Presidente da Urban Systems & Jamile Sabatini Marques, Presidente da Câmara de Tecnologia e Inovação da Fecomércio de Santa Catarina /
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NEWS

  • The Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce confirms sponsorship

    The Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce confirms sponsorship

    Founded in 1973, the Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce (CCBC) is an independent, privately held nonprofit organization. The CCBC’s main objective is to promote commercial, cultural and technological exchange between Brazil and Canada through a differentiated and innovative producer and service. Arminio Calonga, Head of Business Development for CCBC, states that “Management efficiency is the smartest...

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  • PPP Awards & Conference Brazil 2017

    PPP Awards & Conference Brazil 2017

    On 21 November, the PPP Awards & Conference Brazil 2017 will take place at the Frei Caneca Convention Center in São Paulo. The Prize aims to value, enhance and contribute good works and ideas of Public-Private Partnerships developed in Brazil. Within a context of political crisis, public-private partnerships appear as an alternative to investments in...

  • South Regional Meeting in Florianopolis

    South Regional Meeting in Florianopolis

    In partnership with the National Front of Mayors, the Brazilian Network of Intelligent and Human Cities and the Sustainable Cities Program on October 26, 2017, the South Regional Meeting was held in Florianópolis. The event took place at Sesc Cacupé and consolidates the Connected Smart Cities as the main discussion and business event of smart...

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NOTÍCIAS

  • The Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce confirms sponsorship

    The Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce confirms sponsorship

    Founded in 1973, the Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce (CCBC) is an independent, privately held nonprofit organization. The CCBC’s main objective is to promote commercial, cultural and technological exchange between Brazil and Canada through a differentiated and innovative producer and service. Arminio Calonga, Head of Business Development for CCBC, states that “Management efficiency is the smartest...

    Read More
  • PPP Awards & Conference Brazil 2017

    PPP Awards & Conference Brazil 2017

    On 21 November, the PPP Awards & Conference Brazil 2017 will take place at the Frei Caneca Convention Center in São Paulo. The Prize aims to value, enhance and contribute good works and ideas of Public-Private Partnerships developed in Brazil. Within a context of political crisis, public-private partnerships appear as an alternative to investments in...

  • South Regional Meeting in Florianopolis

    South Regional Meeting in Florianopolis

    In partnership with the National Front of Mayors, the Brazilian Network of Intelligent and Human Cities and the Sustainable Cities Program on October 26, 2017, the South Regional Meeting was held in Florianópolis. The event took place at Sesc Cacupé and consolidates the Connected Smart Cities as the main discussion and business event of smart...

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