Connected Cities are harnessing the power of technology to create places fit for the future, in which commercial, residential and leisure activities happily co-exist. Underpinning those elements is security and resilience - so how do local government organisations create safe, secure, smart cities where people want to live, work and play?
Daniel Bloodworth, Director of Emerging Technologies at resilience software company Everbridge, joins us on The GovX Show to explain how security's role in public sector place-making has been transformed in recent years, to become an enabler that can encourage investment and build community cohesion.
Hear how leading towns and cities are creating connected places by watching the on-demand video of the GovX Digital 2021 panel session 'Connected Cities'. Alongside Daniel, you'll hear from:
Tracey Crews, Director of Planning - Place & Growth, Cheltenham Borough Council
Jenny Nelson, Programme Manager, Digital Newcastle, Newcastle City Council
Liz St Louis, Assistant Director of Smart Cities, Sunderland City Council
Tim is the Community Director at Government Transformation magazine, maintaining engagement with our public sector audience through learning and networking activities, and hosting the weekly GovX Show.