On October 18, 2017, the Spanish association AMEC URBIS will hold the Technical Conference on Urban Technologies in Plaza Mayor (Medellín).
Sustainable mobility, intelligent traffic systems, intelligent management of waste and public space will be addressed on the conference.
ACI Medellín joins this initiative to support the articulation of the private and public sector for the generation of urban development in different areas of the city-region.
A large group of Colombian and Spanish experts in the areas of mobility, public space and waste management will meet at the Technical Conference on Urban Technologies to discuss the challenges faced by cities in these dimensions.
The event will be held in the Press Room of the Convention Center this next Wednesday, October 18, 2017 in Plaza Mayor, Medellín from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. It is organized by AMEC URBIS ―Spanish Association that brings together the companies that offer sustainable solutions for smart cities― and is supported by the Commercial Office of the Spanish Embassy in Colombia, Área Metropolitana del Valle de Aburrá, Medellín Mayor’s Office and local public entities such as ACI Medellín, EDU, APP , EMVARIAS and the Colombian Chamber of Infrastructures.
Attendees will learn about “the technological solutions the sector has to offer to Medellín and its Metropolitan Area to face the challenges of mobility, solid waste management and public space. The Colombian and Spanish perspectives will be complemented by brief presentations from both institutions as well as Spanish and Colombian companies,” said Diego Guri, director of AMEC URBIS.
The event is free and requires prior online registration .