Future of Cities

Future of Cities Collaborative

Future of Cities sets out to bring together innovators with a common goal of reimagining the systems and processes that guide the operation of our cities. The vast array of impacts technology will have on transportation, health, the environment and social interaction are ripe for exploration. 

Working collaboratively with a variety of stakeholders, we will explore solutions to the most pressing challenges while ensuring there is an underlying consideration for the privacy and security of citizens.

The Future of Cities:
Next is Now

Virtual Event
November 24, 2020
11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. ET

Join our  global network of cross-sector experts to begin a vital dialogue to prepare our cities for the future.

Register now

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Solving today's challenges:

How to drive fast and collaborative innovation

A global pandemic — along with today’s profound technological, economic, environmental and societal shifts — calls for immediate re-thinking of how we design, operate, work and live in our cities. 

We have to make our cities smarter, more resilient, more efficient, and more livable . The good news is many see as a multi-trillion-dollar opportunity.

That will only happen by tapping into our connected age’s most powerful human tool, collaboration — the interdisciplinary networks of leaders with the ideas to build the future. 

Communitech, in partnership with CityAge, invites you to The Future of Cities, a free interactive event on November 24 that will provide you real tools in how to drive urban innovation.

Join our  global network of cross-sector experts to begin a vital dialogue to prepare our cities for the future.

Register now

Communitech, in partnership with CityAge, invites you to the future of cities.

Join our  global network of cross-sector experts to begin a vital dialogue to prepare our cities for the future. Canada’s proven public-private innovation hub, Communitech, will lead a collaboration on how our cities can be transformed by:

The practical possibilities of 5G, AI and data for our cities.

New approaches to public health, with the lessons learned from the pandemic that has transformed urban life.

Increasing the efficiency of movement through our urban spaces to reduce our environmental footprint.

Keeping citizens cyber safe when considering use of new innovative technologies.

Re-thinking city centres, and public spaces, to build greater resilience against future catastrophes.

Event agenda

11:00 a.m.   Opening remarks

11:45 a.m.   Panel discussion 

12:15 p.m.   Breakout sessions

12:30 p.m.   Conclusion

Karen Klink

Have questions?

Karen Klink is happy to help.

Director Relationship Management | Email Karen Klink or call +1 (226) 606-1060