The Continued Rise of Smarter and Safer Cities - Are you ready yet?

CSARN


Thursday 27th February 2020
13:30 to 16:30
Registration starts at 13:00
The British Library
St Pancras
London
NW1 2DB

    The need for the integrated technology of things in order to make us all safer, efficient, resilient, decisive, interconnected and future-proofed is here and for some globally placed cities, it has been a strong feature for some time.  For many in the business and government sectors, the aim of achieving the benefits of smarter and safer cities is becoming central to future growth, prosperity and longevity and a critical part of regional and national strategies.  We all need to be involved and we all need to shape our thinking, no matter what sector we work within.  This CSARN briefing explores some of the key challenges that we must all consider if our businesses are to feature in the future strategic plans of others.  Attendance is strongly advised.

    Those who should attend:

    • C-Suite Leaders
    • CTO’s
    • Local and national city planners
    • Defence and resilience suppliers
    • Local and national government agencies
    • Communications experts

    Speakers

    13:00 Registration
    13:30 Brett Lovegrove / 
    CEO, CSARN - Chair of the day

    Welcome from the Chair
    13:35 Matt Rush / 
    Security Manager – Business Continuity, The British Library
    Welcome from the Host
    13:40 Michael Husnik / 
    Head of Protective Intelligence at Facebook
    "Protective Intelligence: Smart Cities"
    14:10 Philip Pate /
    UK Director at Everbridge
    "Smart Cities – viewed through a single pane of glass"
    14:40 Q & A
    15:00 Coffee Break and networking
    15:20 Rob Shimmin / 
    Managing Director at Shimmin Communications
    "Smart Cities. Smarter crisis response"
    15:50 Q & A Panel & Discussion
    16:30 Opportunity for guided tour of The British Library

     

    Delegate Fee

    CSARN Members | FREE

    Standard Fee | £199.00

    Public Sector | £129.00

     


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