The future of the city is not the Metaverse made of 3D pixels but the Matterverse empowered by the Radical Atoms that blend bits and atoms. Radical Atoms assume a hypothetical generation of materials that can change form and properties dynamically. It is a vision for the future of Human-Material Interaction, in which all digital information has a physical manifestation, thus enabling us to interact directly with it. In this session, we will discover how Radical Atoms could mean the next step in digital transformation and its contribution to the future of cities.
Three innovative ways in which 5G is already being used
What role for large cloud providers in smart cities & utilities?
Utility Driven Connectivity for Cities: Potentials & Limitations
Will Computer Vision Kill the Sensor?
Agorythm by Onionlab | Immersive lights that show the invisible urban data
Zina Cinker, Puzzle X | Welcome to the MATTERverse
Jaime Durbán, Milestone Systems | The Lifeblood of a 2.0 Smart City
Jung Hoon Lee, Seoul | Urban Digital Transformation through Smart City: Hype or Reality?
AWS | Smart City Transformation Processes Made Simple
Metaverse: Hype, Hope, or Hell for the future?
Urban Innovations from Global CIOs
Empowering Sustainable Cities: the Strategic Vision for the Cities of Tomorrow
IoT Enabling Urban Communities: the case of Las Condes
Hannah Fry: The Joy of Data
Salvi Lighting: Street Lighting that Improves Safety and Travel Efficiency
FLOW: Why Do They Track Our Movements in the Physical Space?
Honeywell: Here's the Key to Data Integration from Critical City Infrastructure
Omniflow: How Can We Transform Streetlights Into Carbon Neutral, Connected Infrastructures?
CTAG: EV & 5G Networks, a Winning Combo for Tomorrow Transportation
Seoul Digital Foundation: AI & Metaverses Brought the City to the Next Level
Equinsa Parking: The Future of Parking Is Already Here
Nicol Turner Lee, Brookings | 5G, a Great Step Forward for Citizens
Buenos Aires and the Self-Sovereign Digital City
Cecilia del Re, City of Florence | A Smooth Transition to IoT, Future-Ready Cities
Christina Yan Zhang | The Impact of the Metaverse in Smart Cities: Dystopian or Exciting Idea?
Dassault Systemes - Decision-Making Through VR Experiences
AWS - The Smart Territory Framework: Building Ideas and Solutions
DELL TECHNOLOGIES - A System of Systems and a Network Intelligence
Cisco - Industry and Public Sector working together to keep cities connected
When Technology Becomes A Push for Inclusion
Hiroshi Ishii: Beyond Pixels, Towards the Radical Atoms
Connected Cities Make It Further
Microsoft - Empowering Governments to Deliver Experiences for their Citizens
Breakthrough cooling for data centres to power sustainable smart cities
Ensuring equitable access to AR/VR in higher education
One of 5G’s Biggest Features Is a Security Minefield
How Can Society Prepare for the Moral Norms of Tomorrow?
Metaverse and smart cities: potential or vaporware?
10 Best IoT Industry 4.0 Implementations
Moving home? Here’s what to do with your smart home devices
Bill Gates on the Next 40 Years in Technology
Strengthening digital infrastructure: A policy agenda for free and open source software
Reykjavík to Become 1 of 100 Climate-Neutral European Cities
Dubai: A tech-driven smart city
Urban and sub-urban disparities in health outcomes among patients with COVID-19; a cross-sectional study of 234 418 patients in Iran
How to Invest in 5G
How Cities Are Using Digital Twins Like a SimCity for Policymakers
IRIS Sentinel, Quamtra Smart Waste Management and WeLight Smart Lighting by Wellness TechGroup
Flexibility is key when navigating the future of 6G
Artificial Intelligence aids to diagnose mild cognitive impairment that progresses to Alzheimer's
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