Exploring the Economic Factors of a Smart City
Presented By: Jim Frazer
Economic factors that drive smart city developments include social, economic, environmental, technological, and political factors. In this session, we’ll focus on economic factors including aging infrastructure, finance, the circular economy, skills shortages, user-centricity, responsible business, city resilience, the digital economy as well as urban logistics, urban mfg, women’s economic influence, urban regeneration, small business, the sharing economy, supply chain vulnerability, city identity, decarbonization, and economic growth.
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Who Should Attend?
- All Smart City Stakeholder Communities, Citizens, Elected Officials, Maintenance and Operations Staff, Suppliers
About the Speaker
Jim Frazer leads the Infrastructure and Smart Cities consulting team at ARC Advisory. In addition to chairing the IEEE Smart City Planning Standard P2784, Jim has authored many lighting, transportation, and Smart City project specifications for end users as well as national and international standards for the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES), the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) and the United States Department of Transportation.
Tags & Topics for This Webinar:
- Smart Cities; Infrastructure; Regeneration; Supply Chain; Decarbonization