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The Connected Smart Cities Platform

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.

Connected Smart Cities Ranking

Made in order to map the cities with the highest development potential in Brazil, the Connected Smart Cities Ranking will bring indicators developed by the consulting firm Urban Systems, which will qualify the smartest cities.

Highlights

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See why Connected Smart Cities is the event that generates more business for the cities in Brazil.

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Meet the previous editions Sponsors.

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See the profile of the participating companies by sector.

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The order is to map the cities with the highest development potential in Brazil.

Smart, Human and Sustainable

See the thematic axes that make up the Themes Covered in the Connected Smart Cities 2019

URBANISM
ENVIRONMENT
ENERGY
MOBILITY
TECNOLOGY
SECURITY
GOVERNANCE
ECONOMY
EDUCATION
HEALTH
ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Speakers

UNINOVE and IEA - USP

“Regulatory frameworks for Smart Cities”

City Hall of Fortaleza

“Fortaleza Competitive City” and “Fortaleza Online: a new look at urban and environmental licensing”

Center of Operations of the City of Rio de Janeiro - COR

“Safe Cities – Integrated and Connected Public Safety”

City Hall of Passo Fundo

“Multiple views on popular participation: methodology for revising the master plan of Passo Fundo”

Smart Campus Newton

“Kludge not! Creative Solution”

IBM Brasil; País Digital

“Artificial Intelligence, Ethics and Accountability”

Founder - Places for us

“Antiphagile City”

CEO - Fala Cidadão

“A Social Network for Your Neighborhood”

President - CITINOVA

“Fortaleza +Inteligente”

Teacher - CEFET-MG

“Circular Economy Project for the Recycling of End-of-Life Vehicles in the State of Minas Gerais”

IEA - USP

“Innovation and urban resilience: trends and alternatives”

CEO - Nearbee

“Challenges for the development of resilient cities”

China Fortune Land Development

”From ghost towns to connected cities: How China has transformed its cities into fundamentals of its economic success”

Arco | Innovation Hub

“Smart Cities – The Strategic Design Perspective”

Doctor and master - FAU-USP

“Smart cities in the context of Latin American metropolises”

Mayor - Bento Gonçalves - RS

“Digital and connected society: intelligent solutions”

CEO - Colab

“Gamification for citizen engagement”

HP Transportes Coletivos

“The power of shared mobility to make operators more competitive and cities more livable”

Economist - Firjan

“Opportunities for Concessions and Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) in RJ”

Política e Planejamento Ambiental Ltda; IEA-USP

“Environmental urban planning in the context of climate change”

Sou da Paz institute

“Safe Cities – Integrated and Connected Public Safety”

ABES and IEA - USP

“Ecosystem of innovation, entrepreneurship and economic development in cities through open data”

Belo Horizonte City Hall

“PBH APP – Mobile platform of relationship of the City of Belo Horizonte with the citizen”

Transparência Brasil

“Engajamento e Participação Cívica para Melhorar a Educação”

Instituto de Estudos Avançados; IEA-USP

“Air Quality Modeling and Urban Mobility”

Executive director - inCities

“How to promote safer and more intelligent urban spaces and cities from a gender perspective?”

Conselho de Política Urbana

“How to promote public-private partnerships in cities”

Country Manager Brasil - Via

“The power of shared mobility to make operators more competitive and cities more livable”

Master in Economics - Firjan

 “Análise de Viabilidade para Parcerias Público-Privadas (PPPs) para Saneamento Básico”

CTS of FGV DIREITO RIO

“Data Governance in Intelligent Cities in Brazil”

UNIRIO & TUWIEN

“Cultivating the roof landscape of the city of Rio de Janeiro”

IEA-USP

“Intra-urban security: technical and technological solutions”

Director - Belotur

“Presentation of the results of the Carnival Experimentation Laboratory of Belo Horizonte 2019”

Teacher and Researcher - UFSCar

“Implementation, regulation and harmonization for the development of smart cities”

Technical Coordinator - CBCS

“Efficient cities: the potential for sustainability in the management of public buildings”

University of Lisbon

“The regulation of the Smart Cities: a comparative study between Brazil and Germany”

City Hall of Piraí

“Piraí smart and connected city”

Institute of Technological Research of São Paulo

“Harmonizing Energy Management with ODSs in the Municipal Master Plan”

Natureza Urbana

 “Public private partnerships as a tool for implementing, developing and implementing parks and urban spaces”

Iguá Saneamento S/A

“Resilience, Efficiency and Quality: where we are and how to promote innovation as a way for greater sustainability in water”

Agir Ambiental Institute

“Homemade composting included in IPTU Verde de Sertãozinho (SP)”

UNIFACENS/ Smart Campus FACENS

“Innovation in Education: How to Prepare the Next Generation to Develop Intelligent, Human and Sustainable Cities”

Coordinator - Boticário Group

“Nature-based solutions for water security”

Abes e Brasil País Digital

”Cyber ​​Resilience”

Founder - Scipopulis

“Real-time Monitoring Of Atmospheric Emissions From Public Transport (Sustainable Urban Planning In Cities)”

USP polytechnic school

“Systemic modeling for intelligent cities in the interaction between urbanism and technologies”

Ezute Foundation

“Cooperation between civil society organization and public administration to support the structuring and modeling of concession and / or PPP projects in sanitation, with funding

Manager - SEBRAE Alagoas

“How cities can undertake and create an environment conducive to entrepreneurship”

Sawluz e Taggen - Iot

“Impact of IOT on cities”

“Firjan Index of Fiscal Management (IFGF): financial risk assessment tool for Municipal Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs)”

Universidade Nove de Julho

“Smart and Sustainable Cities: concepts and perspectives for Brazilian cities”

Health's Secretary of Belo Horizonte

“Simplification of the Authorization Process for Sanitary Authorization in Belo Horizonte”

September 17 and 18, 2019

Blog

Videos

Rafael Greca, Mayor of Curitiba, talks about winning the 1st place in the General Ranking of the Connected Smart Cities 2018

Daniel Annenberg, Technology Secretary of the prefecture of São Paulo, talks about the Connected Smart Cities

Paula Faria and Thomaz Assumpção comment on highlights of the 2018 National Event and expectations for the 2019 edition

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