After having spent all night developing apps to improve the livability of cities, Meeting of the Minds delegates heard the top three hackathon finalists pitch their solutions.
What major obstacles still lie in the way to scaling up start-ups and innovative companies popping up in cities? How can urban entrepreneurs have an even greater impact?
How do we attract, retain and nurture the talent needed to lead our cities’ future generations?
An examination of the principles and strategies underpinning Detroit's new blueprint for civic change offers lessons for many other cities in transition.
What steps can we take to improve resource efficiency, and can these be combined with liveability? How do the decisions we make today affect how we will live in the future?
Welcome and context-setting by Gordon Feller, Director, Cisco & Board Co-President, Meeting of the Minds
And what’s the future of the car (at a moment when some are predicting its extinction)?
Our future lies in cities that are efficient, sustainable and liveable.
Digital LED lighting systems are revolutionizing the lighting industry.
Peter Wells, Chairman, Neftex Petroleum Consultants, explains the hurdles toward moving toward a cleaner-burning fuel environment.
How can the globalized commercial real estate industry benchmark ongoing progress across international geographies, markets and property types?
Find out how cities are building a sense of community, while lowering their energy costs and environmental impact through smart LED lighting technologies.
What strategies and technologies are transit executives adopting to improve their systems? What obstacles do they face?
Can we all agree on criteria for the creation of the “City Protocol,” a certification system for smart cities? Can that “City Protocol” be put into practice by any city in the world?