A Smart city is an urban area that uses different types of electronic Internet of things sensors to collect data and then use these data to manage assets and resources efficiently.
Kwara Build Tech Community is a premier global association community for tech enthusiasts and developers in Kwara state, who are passionate about building and developing the tech ecosystem of Kwara state and the nation at large, believing in the unequaled power of events and human connections to educate youth about the power of technology towards ecosystem development and future foresight.
Why you should attend Kwarabuild Tech Conference 2019
“The organisers are bringing industry leaders from different part of the world to talk to you about the Smart Cities requirements.”
Panel Discussion: A robot world? It is estimated that more than 3 million industrial robots will be in used in factories around the world by 2020. This means that the operational stock will more than double within seven years. This panel will bring together experts to discuss the future of jobs, cities and workplaces with the inclusion of robots. How will we be affected by this?
KwaraBuild was founded on the basis of needs to fill the technological gap that exist in the North central part of Nigeria and mainstreaming it, especially at the grassroots level. It has to be the core of northern culture.
KwaraBuild Tech conference 2.0 is themed on “The future of a Smart City” which will provide solutions on the:
- Educational Sector
- Agricultural Sector
- Transportation Sector
- Health and;
- Digital Entrepreneurship
There is now extensive use of technology in various ways and Information communications technology (ICT) is not only one of the fastest growing industries — directly creating millions of jobs — but it is also an important enabler of innovation and development. The number of mobile subscriptions (6.8 billion) is approaching global population figures, with 40% of people in the world already online. In this new environment, the competitiveness of economies depends on their ability to leverage new technologies. Here are the six common economic effects of ICT.
- Direct job creation
- Drives Productivity
- Helps Build High-Growth Companies
- Creates New Sectors and Ways of Doing Business
- Emergence of new services and industries:
- Business innovation
Kwarabuild is proudly sponsored by VMware through Virtualize Africa, a world leading Virtualization Computing company.
The event will take place on September 28th, 2019 at FP Auditorium, Behind Dangote Flours Mills, Off Asa Dam Road, Ilorin.
Register today https://Kwarabuild.com/kbtc19