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Future Hong Kong 2030: Lessons From World-Leading Smart Cities and Paths to Build a Smarter, More Liveable, More Sustainable Hong Kong

Webinar organiser: German Chamber of Commerce, Hong Kong

Webinar organiser: German Chamber of Commerce, Hong Kong

Future Hong Kong 2030: Lessons From World-Leading Smart Cities and Paths to Build a Smarter, More Liveable, More Sustainable Hong Kong

Image source: hongkong.ahk.de

12:00 - 13:00, 23 June 2020

This year, the Hong Kong SAR government is expected to release an updated version of its Smart City Blueprint originally published in 2017, which will guide efforts to build a smarter, more liveable, more sustainable city over the coming decade.

Further enhancement of Hong Kong's technology infrastructure is a critical factor to the city's development as a smart city by 2030, according to the recently released KPMG survey report Future Hong Kong 2030. Published in cooperation with CLP, Cyberport, HKBN JOS, Smart City Consortium, Siemens, Weave Co-Living and Wilson Group, the report analyses the factors shaping Hong Kong's smart city transformation over the next ten years.

 

In this interactive seminar, Julian Vella, Co-Head of Infrastructure for KPMG China, will share the report highlights and discuss the key factors shaping Hong Kong's smart city transformation over the next ten years. A panel of experts will further explore the below topics:

  • Developing the right smart city governance model: 'regulation-free' zones and sandboxes
  • Communications strategies for smart city solutions: creating 'public-private-people partnerships'
  • Crucial factors for creating and refining a smart city blueprint
  • Technology infrastructure: greater connectivity, open data ecosystems
  • Best practices in other leading smart cities

For more information and registration, please visit this website: gicgcchk.eventbank.com

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