Hear from Dassault Systèmes experts how cities, governments and businesses can work together to create environmentally-friendly and sustainable urban infrastructure and transport systems for our future sustainable cities across Asia Pacific.
Urbanization is driving Asian economies, moving vast numbers of people to urban centres at an unprecedented pace, bringing with them massive problems in terms of sustainability, mobility and infrastructure challenges. According to research by the Asian Development Bank, more than 55% of the population of Asia will be urban by 2030.
Cities and urban areas are powerhouses of economic growth and rethinking the way we build involves investment in transport networks, and improving urban planning and management in an inclusive way. These approaches can also enable us to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) to create resilient societies and economies.
Join us for a series of virtual events where Dassault Systèmes' experts will discuss how cities, governments and businesses can work together, taking advantage of modern technology, to create environmentally-friendly and sustainable urban infrastructure and transport systems for our future cities in Asia Pacific.
In this track, learn how city planners can reinvent their transport systems and operations to tackle congestion and improve mobility for citizens and businesses.
Cities serve as one of society’s main sources of carbon emissions, with buildings representing almost 40% of overall energy consumption. In this track, learn about smart...