From pre-conference workshops that drill down on fundamentals to an opening plenary that features updates from members of California’s Congressional delegation and a unique Mayors Roundtable, the Smart Cities Week agenda has it all!
Throughout the event, breakout sessions, mentoring and small group dialogue will highlight vital issues and explore the trends, data and technologies helping accelerate action and investment in more livable, workable and sustainable communities.
To view all the sessions under a particular theme, click on the corresponding button in the right-hand column.
- What’s Working Now
- Getting Ready for Tomorrow
- Practical Policy and Governance
- Spotlight Sessions and Progress Reports
To view the sessions under each format, click on the corresponding button in the right-hand column
Facilitated interactive discussion on the plenary stage with audience Q&A.
Classroom-style session with one-four subject matter experts, presentations or exercises and learning objectives.
Small, interactive roundtable discussion with up three subject matter experts who set the context and launch directly into a dialogue with participants.
Up to seven speakers seated in a semi-circle surrounded by participants. 5-7-minute presentations by each speaker with related themes.
Up to six speakers around a table debating a timely issue. Moderator asks a series of five questions for the speakers to discuss and debate.
Presentations featuring data about pilot projects and technology implementation findings.
City Readiness Hub
“Featured Cities” receive guidance from “Mentor Cities” about building more livable, workable, and sustainable communities