The Social and Business Value of Smart City Platforms
Presented By: Larry O’Brien
Smart city platforms allow end-users to gain seamless access to data across the multiple siloes of functionality that exist in today’s cities. These include applications like transportation management, health, and public safety, environmental (including water and wastewater), energy, governance, the built environment, and more. This is particularly relevant today as cities and towns struggle to deal with the economic and social challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic with an eye toward long-term resiliency. This presentation will provide an introduction to smart city platform architecture, functionality, and use cases, and will explore some of the ways that those in the industrial sector can bring their experience to bear in optimizing the performance of today’s cities.
Who Should Attend?
- All Smart City Stakeholder Communities, Citizens, Elected Officials, Maintenance and Operations Staff, Suppliers
About the Speaker
Larry O’Brien is part of the cybersecurity and smart cities and infrastructure teams at ARC. Larry has a 20-year background in process control, process safety, and field devices/field networks. Over the years, Larry has supported many of our end-user clients in the oil and gas and refining industries and has conducted several supplier selection workshops.
For the past four years, Larry has been part of both the cybersecurity and smart city practices at ARC and has authored a number of research papers, market reports, and articles on ICS/SCADA cybersecurity and smart city technologies, applications, and best practices. Larry has also made numerous public speaking appearances as both a presenter and MC/moderator for these topics at events such as the ARC Industry Forum, ABB Customer World, Honeywell User Group Meeting, ICSJWG, and ICS Cybersecurity conference.
Tags & Topics for This Webinar:
- Smart City Planning, Smart City Technology Deployment