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 cities in Brazil.
The event began with the welcome of the Mayor of Florianópolis Gean Lourerio. The opening followed with the President of the Brazilian Network of Intelligent and Humanities Cities and representative of the National Front of Mayors, André Gomyde and Engie’s representative Kevin Alexis.
The event was also attended by Professor Eduardo Moreira da Costa of the Federal University of Santa Catarina; From the CEO of Urban Systems, Thomaz Assumpção; Eloá Jane Fernandes Mateus, General Coordinator of Training, System and Infrastructure of the Digital Inclusion Department of MCTIC; Vitor Amuri Antures, President SPIn Intelligent Public Solutions; Eduardo Kaplan Barbosa, Coordinator of the Intelligent Cities Front of the Iot- BNDES Study; and Jamile Sabatini Marques, President of the Technology and Innovation Chamber of Fecomércio de Santa Catarina.
The representatives of the cities of the Southern Region also made presentations highlighting the initiatives of their cities. Marcus J. Rocha, Superintendent of Science, Technology and Innovation of the Municipal Secretariat of Tourism, Technology, Innovation and Communication, representing Florianópolis; Alexandre Hojda, responsible for the renovation of the CCO in Curitiba and George Varela, Municipal Secretary of Culture and President of the Council on Cultural Policies, presented the city of Balneário Camboriú.
The closing of the South Regional Meeting was made by Thomaz Assumpção and Jamile Sabatini Marques. In addition to the lectures, the event included the Business Rounds, with more than 80 meetings held, consolidating the Connected Smart Cities as the most effective business event in Brazil. The meeting was attended by over 120 participants and representatives of 20 prefectures.
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 cities in Brazil. The event began with the welcome of the Mayor of Florianópolis Gean Lourerio. The opening followed with the President of the Brazilian Network
The Regional Meetings will be held in partnership with the Frente Nacional de Prefeitos (National Front of Mayors- FNP) and the Rede Brasileira de Cidades Inteligentes e Humanas (Brazilian Network of Intelligent and Human Cities). Eduardo Kaplan Barbosa will participate as a speaker on October 26, 2017 in the South Regional Meeting in Florianópolis / SC. He has work with the BNDS since 2006, where he has gained experience with funding States and Municipalities in the Department of Urban Development,
In partnership with the National Front of Mayors (FNP) and the Brazilian Network of Intelligent and Human Cities, the South Regional Meeting in Florianópolis will be held on October 26, 2017. According to Eduardo Moreira da Costa, an event like the Connected Smart Cities is important for "Awakening interest in the theme and inform people. Connected people build Human, Smart and Sustainable Cities". Eduardo Moreira da Costa is founder and CEO of Pi-Academy, an international consulting firm in entrepreneurship and innovation,
Jamile Sabatini Marques works in the area of Human, Intelligent and Sustainable Cities through Fecomércio / SC, where she serves as President of the Chamber of Technology and Innovation. She is a member of the board of the International Journal of Knowledge-Based Development (IJKBD), a member of the Advisory Committee of the MCTIC Start-up Brazil Program, participates in the MDIC Industry 4.0 work group and is a member of the Municipal Innovation Council of Florianópolis / SC. In addition,
The south region of the country is highlighted when it is verified the indicators of health, mortality rate, quality of life and education. The region concentrates a significant industrial area, which extends from Curitiba (PR) to Blumenau in Santa Catarina and another area that extends to Porto Alegre, to the north, with Caxias do Sul (RS) as its center. Very influential in the economy of the country, the population of the south was influenced by Italian and German immigrants, becoming
Florianópolis is one of the main centers of technological knowledge in the country, being recognized by ACATE Tech Report 2015 as the 3rd city in the country with average revenues of more than 900 companies that work in the technology sector with a high level of activity.The sector generates revenue of more than 5 billion reais annually, which allows the capital of Santa Catarina to combine economic development with an excellent quality of life. According to the Mayor of Florianópolis, Gean