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The Smart City Project: Infrastructure, Industry and Citizens

IoT - The Smart City Project: Infrastructure, Industry and Citizens

Building a smart city will take real effort by businesses to meet rising populations and industries with escalating needs. Utilities, IT and telecommunications need to collaborate to provide smart solutions for the community, anything from transportation, water, waste management and building systems to address new demands. How will so many elements related to technology, sustainability and even citizen well-being be integrated into our infrastructure? How will the private sector work together with local governments to find creative solutions, and who’s going to pay for it all?


Harriet Tregoning

Harriet Tregoning, Director, Washington DC Office of Planning

Harriet Tregoning is the Director of the Washington DC Office of Planning, where she works to make DC a walkable, bikeable, eminently livable, globally competitive and sustainable city. Prior to this she was the director of the Governors’... More   View all posts
Gary Foster

Gary Foster, CTO of Massachusetts, Bay Transit Authority (MBTA), Boston, MA

Gary joined MBTA in January 2008 as Chief Technology Officer and Director of Information Technology. He is responsible for Enterprise Systems, Information Security, the MBTA web presence, systems and network infrastructure. As Chief Techn... More   View all posts
Dennis Gribble

Dennis Gribble, VP and CIO, Idaho Power

Dennis Gribble, an Idaho Power employee since 1979, is responsible for the company’s information technology activities. He was appointed to the position of vice president and chief information officer for both IDACORP and Idaho Power in M... More   View all posts
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