Vietnam - Asia 2023 Smart City Summit begins in Hanoi
The event aims to advance the development of smart and sustainable cities in Vietnam.
The Vietnam - Asia 2023 Smart City Summit begins in the capital city of Hanoi today [November 29], reflecting the Southeast Asian economy's enthusiasm for building a smart Hanoi by 2025 with a vision for 2030 and the pursuit of innovation to spur national socio-economic development.
|The event provides a platform for experts and businesses to share insights on promoting smart cities in Hanoi.
The two-day conference, taking place on November 29-30, is jointly organized by the Hanoi Department of Information and Communications in collaboration with the Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA), aiming to advance the development of smart and sustainable cities.
This event, hosted at the National Convention Center in Hanoi, provides a platform for experts and businesses to share insights on the construction of a smart city in Hanoi and foster collaboration between Hanoi and international IT enterprises.
Under the theme "Data Mining - Building Smart Cities for Sustainable Development," the summit serves as a forum for exchanging perspectives and visions on smart city development. It invites experts, regional city leaders, and officials from provinces and cities nationwide to contribute their views.
The program also seeks to recognize and promote innovative solutions from provinces, cities, real estate sectors, industrial real estate, and technology companies that contribute to making urban areas smarter and more convenient for residents.
The summit will unveil the digital transformation program, outlining the roadmap for building a smart Hanoi by 2025 with a vision for 2030. Discussions will delve into challenges and pertinent issues that necessitate resolution in the ongoing processes of digital transformation and smart city development.
Anticipating the attendance of over 2,000 guests, including government agency leaders, ministry representatives, local authorities, and domestic and international IT enterprises, this event aligns with the Vietnamese Government’s agenda for national digital transformation development goals.
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