With an innovative exhibition, the Connected Smart Cities brings companies and organizations determined to spread their know-how on the latest technologies in the many Market segments covered in the event. See below the descriptive of the spaces and the floor plan of the event:
STAGES MORUMBI, SANTANA, PENHA AND LAPA
The stage programming is built in advance and collaboratively. The content is developed based on the eleven theme axes of the ranking grouped in 07 main themes. Get to know the details of the topics covered here.
WORKSHOPS IBIRAPUERA, VILLA LOBOS, PAULISTA AND ARICANDUVA
The workshops schedule is built with our partners and addresses more specific themes related to smart cities. In 2017 we held more than 10 workshops with partners such as Ericsson, CTE, Urban Systems, Diagonal, among others. For more details on how to organize a workshop, please contact us.
The Arena program is built with our sponsors and exhibitors. They are quick and interactive presentations on the solutions presented during the event for the attending public. To know more details on how to make a presentation in the Arena please contact us.
The layout of the sponsors’ lounges is innovative and interactive with the other spaces of the event connecting your organization with the participants. The main advantage is that the cost of producing these spaces is already included in the sponsorship quotas, guaranteeing the maximization of the invested resource.
Connected Smart Cities is the event that most generates business for the smart cities market in Brazil. In an environment conducive to the exchange of learning and information and, especially, committed people for these connections to happen, the Business Roundtable organized by Sator is an action that translates how active networking can generate business opportunities. See here for more information on business roundtable.
At Smart Innovation, the award-winning of the Connected Smart Cities Award, in 2016, 2017 and 2018 participate in this space presenting their innovative businesses that contribute to solving city problems to make them smart.
New to 2018, the Smart Enterprise space will be one of the highlights, offering cutting-edge content. In this space we will bring innovations in the public and social sector, fostering innovation projects and scenarios of the future.
The promotion of cycling in cities and the importance of including this modal in the mobility plans.
Supporting organizations are invited to participate in this space to present to cities how they are working to finance the development of cities. BNDES, the Ministry of Cities, the BID, the Sustainable Cities Program, among others, have participated in this space.