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Smart Cities and Disruptive Technologies at the ACEC Fall Conference in Colorado Springs, October 19-22

Posted by Infra on Thursday, September 29th, 2016

Expert Panel to Address Smart Cities and Disruptive Technologies at ACEC Fall Conference in Colorado Springs

ACEC Fall ConferenceFuture urban infrastructure will be intelligent, connected, and aware. Get a jumpstart on this fast-moving trend with an expert panel on Smart Cities and Disruptive Technologies on Friday, Oct. 21, 2016, as part of the upcoming American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Fall Conference in Colorado Springs, October 19-22.

Moderated by Meeting of the Minds Co-Founder Gordon Feller, the panel will feature Mrinalini Ingram, vice president, Smart Communities, Verizon; Clinton Moloney, managing director, Sustainable Business Solutions, PricewaterhouseCoopers; and Scott Stallard, vice president, Smart integrated Infrastructure, Black & Veatch.

Panelists will discuss the key elements that make it possible for cities to use their existing assets to become smarter, greener, connected, and more successful.

Other speakers at the Conference will include Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, political analyst Stuart Rothenberg, Forbes Publisher Rich Karlgaard, Mt. Everest climber Eric Weihenmayer, and experts on M&A, water markets, and other important issues.

For more information and to register, click here.


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