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Join us on Wednesday, October 25th at BB&T Arena for the first Midwest IoT Showcase and Smart Regions Conference!

The Smart Regions Conference will include speakers and featured presentations in the morning, an open IoT Showcase and Expo throughout the day, and Smart City leadership workshops and awards in the afternoon. Oh, did we mention drones? Yeah, professional drone racing and exhibitions, too! Tickets and Sponsorships are available but limited.

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Wednesday, October 25 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Smart Cities are Connected Cities

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Building a smart city starts with connecting people, places, things and information. The Internet is becoming less of a want and more of a utility, a means to connect people with information and opportunities. How can we make Greater Cincinnati a more connected region? We have the opportunity to create a model for smart regional growth worldwide, in fact, that is exactly what appears to be happening.

Connected communities are smart cities on a smaller scale. From Lawrenceburg, Ind, to the city of Hamilton and on both shores of the Ohio River in Newport and Cincinnati, municipalities have begun deploying smart city solutions, but those solutions have applications in the private sector, as well.

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Zack Huhn

President, Venture Smarter

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Greg Dunn

Partner, Ice Miller LLP
Greg Dunn has represented telecommunication clients for more than 33 years, providing legal and strategic assistance to a variety of private and public clients.Greg has a comprehensive knowledge of both public utility and broadband issues. His clients include municipalities, The Ohio... Read More →

Rob Scott

Director of Wireless Solutions, Cincinnati Bell
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Jamie Sullivan

Digital Infrastructure Lead, AT&T
I am focused on digital infrastructure, 5G and FirstNet as drivers for how cities will be smart. Sensor overlay networks for data analytics and organization will be critical to cities in order to succeed to enable citizens and drive economic growth.

Michael Turner

Macquarie Capital - National Broadband Strategies

Wednesday October 25, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT
BB&T Arena Room One 500 Louie B Nunn Dr Newport KY 41099