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Wednesday, October 3 • 11:30am - 1:00pm
Smart Cities, Technology & Startups: Spotlight on SmartTraffic & SmartHealth and the Impacts on Citizens

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“Smart Cities” is alternately 1) a hard-to-define buzzword and 2) a trillion dollar global market full of opportunities for startups. Too often, people focus on new, shiny technologies rather than the problems that the new, shiny technologies can help cities solve. In the end, the companies that succeed address pain points for citizens and/or pain points for government employees. This interactive discussion will tackle questions like: what does “smart cities” actually mean? Why should citizens and startups care? It will include inspiring examples from the transportation and health sectors, as well as discussions of untapped opportunities in the smart cities market, plus advice for startups.

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Tal Kreisler

Co-Founder / CEO, No Traffic
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Ellory Monks

Co-Founder, The Atlas
Ellory is co-founder of The Atlas Marketplace, a free online community for cities upgrading their systems to be safer, smarter and more sustainable. As co-founder, Ellory works with 100+ partner cities to help them share their success stories, learn about what’s working elsewhere... Read More →
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Nathan Mustafa

Senior Traffic Engineer, City of Riverside
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Wil Orinion

Principal, Internet of Things, Kaiser Permanente
Wil is a Principal Architect on the Internet of Things team within the Office of the CTO at Kaiser Permanente. His team is tasked with defining the reference architecture, identifying technology standards and quantifying service cost models for Strategic Technologies, such as IoT... Read More →

Wednesday October 3, 2018 11:30am - 1:00pm PDT
The Riverside Fox Theater 3801 Mission Inn Avenue, Riverside, CA, USA