On 28th and 30th July, the Smart Resilient Cities initiative hosted two TechWeek sessions. The two-day online event provided an opportunity to share, learn, network, and converse about the macro-trends and social innovations that are shaping our increasingly digital urban environments. The two sessions focussed on “Technology for Public Good”. The first session looked into the topic of “Networking cities in a changing world: the Internet of Things and Big Data Analytics.
The second session looked into EEW and asked the question on “What’s the potential for an earthquake early-warning system in Aotearoa, New Zealand?” Watch the first part of the 30th July session on EEW here: