4th Middle East Smart Cities Summit 2015

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4th Middle East Smart Cities Summit 2015

With the advent of technology, cities are transforming themselves to adopt towards a smarter lifestyle. There are massive developmental plans underway especially in the GCC. With Dubai staged to host the EXPO 2020, developmental plans are underway to create sustainable and energy efficient infrastructures. The race has got faster to explore, experiment and implement cost effective technologies. This event will be providing a stage to debate, discuss, network and chart out a path for a smart development of the Middle East into a Smart Province. The 4th Edition of the Middle East Smart Cities Summit promises a fresh outlook of the GCC Smart City Sector

When : 8th and 9th Dec, 2015
Where : Pullman Deira City Centre Hotel, Dubai – UAE


  • His Excellency Eng. Abdulla Rafia, Assistant Director General, Dubai Municipality
  • Maher Ahmad Neamatolla, Head of e-transformation, Dubai Municipality
  • George Kenich, GM, Al Farra Group
  • Abdul Salam Bastaki, Executive Director, Dubai Properties
  • Noor Al Noman, Director, Sharjah e-government
  • Ian Evans, VP & MD EMEA, Airwatch by VMware
  • Serjios Hage, GCEO, EMWme


This Event will bring together Policy Makers, Users, Technology Providers, Service Providers and the Academia to discuss the below topics

  • Regulatory and Policy Framework for Smart Cities Smart Grid Terminals & Smart Metering – What is the technology all about?
  • Internet of Things (IoT) and Smart Cities
  • Role of ICT in Future Cities Infrastructure Sustainability and Green Buildings Framework
  • Smart Homes, Buildings and Infrastructures for a Smarter City
  • Energy Efficiency in The Development of the Energy Infrastructure Framework
  • Wireless Networks and the needed Network Infrastructure
  • Vehicle to Vehicle Communications and Emergency Response Systems
  • The Role of Telecommunications in a Smart City
  • Smart Mobility and Transportation
  • Citizen Engagement in Smart Cities

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