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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 the 2019 Connected Smart Cities Award, legal entities headquartered in Brazil and that have an innovative business focused on smart cities can participate. The initiative builds on the Connected Smart Cities Platform and submissions can be made by May 31.   Registrations for the 2019 Connected Smart Cities Award, an initiative of Sator in partnership with Neurônio, are open and can be held until May 31, 2019. In the 5th edition, the Award is part of the actions of the

With a new date, Connected Smart Mobility, the urban mobility revolution, will be held on September 17 and 18, 2019, in São Paulo. Thus, the event will be parallel to Connected Smart Cities.   Connected Smart Cities, the most important smart cities event in Brazil and one of the largest in Latin America, will be held parallel to Connected Smart Mobility, on September 17 and 18, 2019, at Centro de Convenções Frei Caneca, in São Paulo. The change of date of the event,

Connected Smart Cities 2019 has Impact Hub São Paulo's Strategic Institutional Support, an organization with programs and relational spaces that activate and support the development of entrepreneurs with a positive impact.   With the agenda confirmed for September 17 and 18, Connected Smart Cities 2019 counts with the Strategic Institutional Support of Impact Hub São Paulo. The organization, with programs and relational spaces that activate and support the development of positive impact entrepreneurs, will also have an exclusive Workshop in the 2019

The Connected Smart Cities organization, Brazil's most important intelligent cities platform, announces the list of selected lectures through the Call for Papers.   Connected Smart Cities 2019 will be held on September 17 and 18, 2019, in São Paulo, and will bring together governments, companies, entities and national and international experts. The event is in the 5th edition and contemplates the Themes Addressed: Sustainable Urbanism in the Cities; Entrepreneurial Cities; Participatory Cities, Prosperous Cities; Resilient Cities; Connected Cities; and Mobility and Accessibility

For the 4th year, the Chamber of Commerce Brazil-Canada (CCBC) supports the most important smart cities event in Brazil. The Connected Smart Cities 2019 will be held on September 17 and 18, 2019, in São Paulo. In its 5th edition, the Connected Smart Cities will be held on September 17 and 18, 2019, in São Paulo. For the fourth year, the initiative is sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce Brazil-Canada (CCBC). The CCBC brings together Brazilian and Canadian companies operating in

Connected Smart Cities, Brazil's most important smart cities platform, will be held on September 17 and 18, 2019 in São Paulo. In its 5th edition, the event will present new trends for the development of smart cities in the country and will feature new technologies, such as experiences in virtual reality.   The capital of São Paulo will host, for the 5th consecutive year, the most important event of smart cities in the country and one of the largest in Latin

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