Smart Docklands Presents – Over The Horizon: Future City Trends Dec 5th 2018

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Smart Docklands in partnership with Mastercard City Possible, Cities Today, Harvard TECH and hosted by Hibernia REIT, present an evening discussion and networking event on Future City innovation trends.


On Wednesday 5th December at 1 WML, we will bring together members of our Smart Docklands community to bring to a close a two day ‘Cities Today 20-20’ urban innovation leadership forum and mark the end of a successful year for Smart Docklands (nominated for most innovative project idea at the Global Smart City Expo 2018).


Free entry but registration required here


At the event we will be joined by leading city expert David Graham, Chair of San Diego Inclusive Connected Communities and Chief Innovation Officer for the California City of Carlsbad, who will give a talk on future city innovation trends alongside the renowned David Ricketts –Innovation Fellow @ Harvard TECH and founder of the Harvard TECH global city innovation accelerator programme.


Miguel Gamino, SVP of Cities for MasterCard and ex CTO for New York City will also introduce the recently launched Mastercard Global ‘City Possible’ initiative of which Dublin City is a founding member.


The event offers us the opportunity to thank everyone who has contributed to the Smart Docklands project to date, and to give our partners a preview of current smart city innovation trends and opportunities coming our direction!


We would like to thank Hibernia REIT and Mastercard for their support with this event.


1 WML (1 Windmill Ln, Dublin 2)


Event Agenda

18:00 – Arrival


Introduction: Jamie Cudden – Smart City Programme Manager – Dublin City Council


Mastercard City Possible: Miguel Gamino – MVP Cities for MasterCard


Keynote: Future City Innovation Trends


David Graham – CIO, City of San Diego


David Ricketts – Innovation Fellow, Harvard TECH


19:00 – Networking Drinks


20:00 – Ends


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