IN REVIEW
Video: A Recap of Smart City Expo Atlanta 2019 by Smart City Expo Atlanta
September 13, 2019

In 2019, Smart City Expo Atlanta’s inaugural year, we hosted 2500+ attendees and distinguished speakers including the CEOs of Cox Enterprises, SunTrust, and the Atlanta Braves, senior executives from Southern Company, Cisco, Verizon, Siemens, SoftBank Robotics, and BlackRock, mayors from Atlanta, Denver, and Honolulu, CTO/CIOs from Paris, South Bend, and Louisville, and luminaries such as Ambassador Young, Dr. Bernice King, T.I., and John Hope Bryant.

Hear from select attendees and re-live the experience through this recap. We look forward to seeing you from September 8-9, 2021 at the Georgia World Congress Center as we #buildbackbetter!

OPINION
Building and Redefining Smart Cities by Hardie Davis, Jr. & Aarti Tandon
April 22, 2020

Many of us read Marc Andreessen’s piece, “It’s Time to Build,” and appreciated the rallying cry to invest in innovation. His questions about gleaming skyscrapers, delivery drones, and hyperloops resonated with many people who have been advocating for a world of connected everything—people, places, things—commonly known as “smart cities”.

OPINION
How We’ll Build Pandemic Immunity Into Our Future Cities by Smart City Expo Atlanta
March 31, 2020

The coronavirus outbreak started the same way most infectious diseases do: through contact with wildlife. But the reason it has spread to, at the time of writing, near-pandemic levels isn’t because of anything inherent to the disease—instead, it’s because the virus occurred in a city.

OPINION
Redefining Smart: The Critical Role of Developing Smart Cities by Smart City Expo Atlanta
March 18, 2020

The development of smart cities has never been more important than it is today.

IN REVIEW
Video: The Harvard Diversity Project by Smart City Expo Atlanta
September 17, 2019

Smart City Expo Atlanta was honored to have students of the Harvard Diversity Project and its Founder, Brandon Fleming, and Executive Director, Kellye Britton, give voice to the millennial generation’s vision for smart, equitable, and sustainable cities. From climate change to social and economic mobility, they demonstrated the extraordinary importance of empowering our young leaders as they build inclusive cities of the future.