Circular economy, electric mobility, telemedicine and water use were discussed at the summit of the cities of the future.
The organization of fairs and conferences has been affected by the pandemic, but is resuming. The Portugal Smart Cities Summit was the first hybrid event of AIP, a 'special' edition with face-to-face or digital participation, says the director-general.
“We are talking about urban environments where the use of new technologies allows us to manage resources much more efficiently, to be able to reduce waste, better manage our activity and offer better living conditions to populations and productivity to people. companies ”, said Pedro Siza Vieira in the intervention that ended the 'Portugal Smart Cities Summit 2020' which had JE as a media partner.
“Nowadays millions of data are generated and our job is to find out which ones are useful and which are not. We also have to segment which data is private and which is at risk of privacy ”, explained Vasco Móra in his speech.
“5G is one of the most thankless technologies to present itself”, Jorge Graça started by saying, pointing out that “it has a transformative character, different from what exists until now, but it is difficult to materialize”. Statements were made on the last day of the 'Portugal Smart Cities Summit 2020', a summit organized by the AIP Foundation, in which Jornal Económico is a media partner
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