Reimagining Cities Post COVID-19

Presented by

Jesse Bounds, City of Houston, Ferry Chung, Dell, Beverly Rider, Hitatchi, and Sameer Sharma, Intel

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The front line of the COVID-19 pandemic recovery is on the local level – especially in densely populated cities and regions that were ground zero for the virus' rapid transmission. As city leaders weigh the safest ways to reopen, they grapple with pressures on multiple fronts. Rapid urbanization has placed a premium on ensuring public safety, environmental sustainability and mitigating future outbreaks of the virus. From public health, safety and transportation services, to communications networks and waste management, there is more pressure than ever before on our civic infrastructure to meet today's unprecedented challenges and build more resilient and sustainable cities. Key audience takeaways - The role of tech in enabling resilient cities - Best practices and case studies from leaders employing smart city solutions - The long-term legacy of COVID-19 on urban life, and trends and predictions for the next 1-2 years Panelists: Jesse Bounds – Director of Innovation, City of Houston Ferry Chung – Vice President of Digital Transformation, Dell Beverly Rider – Senior Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer, Hitachi Moderator: Sameer Sharma – Global General Manager, Smart Cities and Intelligent Transportation, Intel

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