The Mayor of Stratford, Ontario, has joined an executive summit described as "the centre of the universe for smart cities". Dan Mathieson will speak with his peers at the i-CANADA SUMMIT "The Seven Habits of Highly Intelligent Communities". Stratford is a Top Seven Intelligent Community in the ICF competition for "Most Intelligent Community of the Year". The i-CANADA SUMMIT in Toronto feeds into the ICF Summit in New York, where the winning city is announced.
Premiers, Mayors, CEOs and thought-leaders from academia and the Public Sector are speaking at the SUMMIT. CeLEA -- the Canadian eLearning Enterprise Alliance -- is bringing it AGM of digital leanring companies to the SUMMIT. CanWIT -- Canadian Women In Technology -- is holding its AGM at the SUMMIT, bringing in the premier group of women entrepreneurs, investors, and industry experts who are dedicated to support and help grow women-led businesses.
"This year, Canada has two cities among the top seven, which is remarkable," said Bill Hutchison, Chair of i-CANADA. "At our 'Seven Habits' SUMMIT our other proud contender, Toronto, will be spearheaded by John Campbell, President and CEO, Waterfront Toronto."
Other highlights include:
David Alward, Premier, New Brunswick
8 Mayors from Intelligent Communities
30 Senior Business and Public Sector Thought-Leading Speakers
150 Executives for Networking
Demos of High-Broadband Health Care, First Responders
Lac Carling 3.0 Event on the Public Sector and the Impact of Mobile and Open Data
Health Care Demonstrations of High-Broadband Futures
First Responders and demonstrations of LTE Applications
High Speed Impacts in BC, Alberta, Ontario, Atlantic
Service Success in Remote Communities
Lac Carling 3.0: Open Data and m-Government Applications for Municipal, Provincial and Federal Governments:
The SUMMIT is organized by i-CANADA, the only movement in Canada dedicated solely to the creation of an Intelligent Nation, following a new National Dream. It is a not-for-profit organization supported by sponsors and backed by Canada's largest High Technology Organization: the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATA). http://www.icanada.nu http://www.cata.ca
Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATAAlliance),
Tel: (613) 236-6550, http://www.cata.ca