2019 Smart City Summit & Expo (SCSE) open its door for the public today at Nangang Exhibition Center Hall 1, welcoming visitors from around the world to experience the technology that drives the concept of a smart city starting from March 26th to 29th.
Attending this year’s SCSE, we have a total 1,700 participants from around the world, 128 mayors and representatives from 45 countries to share their experiences in developing and implementing Smart City related technologies in various fields such as health care, education, transportation and building management.
Experts around the globe are brought together here at SCSE to showcase their implementation Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT) and other innovative technologies that drives the idea and concept of a Smart City. Visitors will get to experience a wide variety of technologies for the implementation of smart cities from a total of 1,260 booths and 337 exhibitors.
Alongside the participating exhibitors, Taipei City Government too has its own booth under the name “Smart City, One Taipei”, which displays the innovative technology and its implementation to improve the quality of life for Taipei City citizens.
Taipei Mayor Mr. Ko Wen-Je highlighted the official launch of Global Organization of Smart Cities (GO SMART), which he will also be attending later this Wednesday after the official opening of 2019 SCSE. GO SMART is an initiative proposed by the Taipei City Government back it year 2018, which took a year long preparation and the involvement of 90 cities, 43 enterprises and 5 organization around the world.
By forming a network for smart cities around the globe, GO SMART aims to become the platform for experience sharing and idea exchange among the participating cities and enterprises. Through the experience and idea sharing, participating cities are able to gain access to the solutions for many challenges faced during the implementation of Smart City and progress better, faster.