Are Smart Cities Putting Safety First?

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As cities expand in size and population, and in a context where digital and physical threats continue to increase, the demand for responsive safety and security in cities, from a holistic and people-centric perspective, grows. How can city governments respond to safety and security challenges in a tailored manner that directly improves people’s lives? How to establish flexible and resilient enough systems so that they can rapidly adapt to hazards and new dangers?

Speakers

Cristina Garrido
Cristina Garrido
Deputy Curator - Director Innovation & Strategy Smart City Expo World Congress - Events Abroad and Anteverti
Emilia Saiz Carrancedo
Emilia Saiz Carrancedo
General Secretary, UCLG
Marcelo Silvio	D'Alessandro
Marcelo Silvio D'Alessandro
Minister of Justice and Safety, City of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Matthew C. Fraser
Matthew C. Fraser
Chief Technology Officer, City of New York, US
Eduardo Pimentel Slaviero
Eduardo Pimentel Slaviero
Deputy Mayor, Curitiba City Hall
Mauricio Vila Dosal
Mauricio Vila Dosal
Governor, Yucatan State Government, Mexico

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