This was an excellent opportunity to hear about the many initiatives happening in Denver including Pena Station Next - a smart neighborhood built in partnership with Panasonic. How did Denver get there? Digi.City co-hosted a roundtable with the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce to examine the role of cooperation among government, industry and communities as well as the social and economic benefits of 21st century digital infrastructure.
Welcome by : Kelly Brough, CEO of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce
Remarks from: Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock
Panel Discussion featuring
- Albus Brooks, Denver City Council, District 9
- J.J. Ament, CEO of the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation
- Shailen P. Bhatt, Executive Director, Colorado Department of Transportation
- Moderator: Chelsea Collier, Digi.City
This event is part of a multi-city series, “Digi.City Connects,” spearheading thoughtful discussions in key metropolitan areas across the United States with local lawmakers and experts about the policy implications of smart city technologies.