Call for Editor in Chief - IEEE Smart Cities Newsletter
It is with great regret & sadness we are reporting the passing away of the Founding Editor-in-Chief of IEEE Smart Cities Newsletters Professor Mohamed El-Hawary, FIEEE who has made an outstanding contribution to the development of the newsletter. We are now searching for a new Editor-in-Chief. If anyone has an interest or would like to nominate a colleague to be considered, please email the Bio and statement to Dr Chun Sing Lai, Secretary of the IEEE Smart Cities Publications Committee There is a possibility that the position may be filled by invitation. The search will be on until the position is filled.
Call for Proposals - IEEE Smart Cities Conferences
IEEE Smart Cities is accepting proposals by individuals/organizations to serve as hosts of the following events:
- IEEE International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2) is the flagship IEEE Smart Cities event which brings together practitioners, city policymakers & administrators, infrastructure operators, industry representatives and researchers to present technologies and applications, share their experiences & views with current and future Smart Cities applications. The conference includes keynote and panel session discussions, tutorials given by experts on state-of-the-art topics, and special sessions on emerging topics with the aim of complementing the regular program. All papers will be presented in a poster sessions. Expected attendance for this event is 400 – 600 people with 30 to 50 exhibitors.
- The IEEE Innovative Smart Cities Technologies Conference brings industry practitioners, infrastructure operators, and academicians to present their views, opinions, experiences with their studies, research, designs and future advances within Smart Cities Technologies. The conference includes three plenary sessions and 21 panel session discussions. Additionally, poster sessions and/or tutorials may be offered. Expected attendance for this event is 200 to 400 people with 15 – 20 exhibitors.
IEEE Smart Cities will serve as the 100% financial sponsor for these events. Proposals will be reviewed by the IEEE Smart Cities Conference Advisory Committee. Questions & proposals should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
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IEEE Working Group - P2784 - Guide for the Technology and Process Framework for Planning a Smart City
This guide will provide a framework that outlines technologies and the processes for planning the evolution of a smart city. Smart Cities and related solutions require technology standards and a cohesive process planning framework for the use of the internet of things to ensure interoperable, agile, and scalable solutions that are able to be implemented and maintained in a sustainable manner. This framework provides a methodology for municipalities and technology integrators to use as a tool to plan for innovative and technology solutions for smart cities. More information - visit the IEEE SA website.