Smart Cities Summit Guadalajara 2014 (Mexico)
The Smart Cities Summit Guadalajara 2014 was an open event held at Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Guadalajara on February 25th 2014. Its main goal was to discuss the challenges that Guadalajara’s Metropolitan Area faces today to become a smarter urban system.
This summit was a half-day of lectures and talks that gathered over 100 city officials, industry participants and students, analyzing the next topics:
- City Governance as a challenge for Mexican municipalities
- Innovation Difficulties in Mexican cities: The case of Ciudad Creativa Digital and Distrito Tec (mobility).
- Government Innovation for Citizen Involvement in decision-making.
- The roll of private actors and investment in smart cities: The IBM case.
This was the first networking event, as well as a first meeting towards the IGLUS Executive Master’s Module 1, to be held in June 16th 2014.
IGLUS Master’s Module 1 will start with a second smart cities summit about Mobility, Security, Transparency and use of Land