Kansas City, Mo. is often recognized for its work in the smart city space. Many of these initiatives are naturally regional in scope. Governments throughout the metro are making progress on projects that fit within the broader category of “smart cities." This event is aimed at fostering greater connectivity between innovators in city governments across the metro, discussing the role states can play in smart cities and the innovation economy, and broadening participation in region-wide innovation initiatives.
This day-long roundtable is part of the Digi.City Connects series, which hosts thoughtful discussions in key metropolitan areas across the United States with local lawmakers and experts about the policy implications of smart city technologies.