Venue:
Frost & Sullivan Singapore 
Training Room
100 Beach Road Level 13 Shaw Tower Singapore 189702
Agenda:

Managing Urbanization in Tomorrow’s Context

Identifying emerging trends that stem from the growth of cities including [1] demographic migration, [2] the dearth of urban spaces to live, play and work, [3] significant impact on transportation, communication, utility and waste management networks which present a unique set of challenges for government agencies by 2030

Planning for Efficiency and Productivity at a National Level

The advent of WEB 3.0, environmental awareness and productivity initiatives driving solutions including [1] smart energy resources and grids, [2] urban mobility, [3] green and clean technologies, [4] intelligent buildings , [5] cloud computing and virtualization and [6] urban planning.

Connected Cities, Converging Worlds

The agglomeration of urban environments including the growth and assimilation of megacities into mega- regions and mega corridors that creates significant challenges on the one hand that may be transformed into meaningful opportunities with the application of an array of technologies on the other.

Timeline:
08:45 – 09:00 Registration and Breakfast
09:00 – 09:30 Managing Urbanization in Tomorrow’s Context
Manoj Menon, Partner, Frost & Sullivan
09:30 – 10:00 Planning for Efficiency and Productivity at a National Level
Shivaji Das, Vice President – Public Sector Practice, Frost & Sullivan
10:00 – 10:30 Tea Break & Networking Session
10:30 – 11:00 Connected Cities, Converging Worlds 
Sapan Agarwal, Vice President – Environment & Building Technologies Practice, Frost & Sullivan
11:00 -11:30 Q&A and End of Breakfast Briefing
To register for the briefing or for more information, please write to us at apacfrost@frost.com

 

 

 

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