Taipei Computer Association’s Smart City Summit & Expo 2022 (SCSE 2022) will be a twin event exploring how digital transformation can lead to the development of smart cities.
The Taipei Computer Association’s annual Smart City Summit & Expo kicks off tomorrow, March 22nd, 2022. The event, which is titled “Digital Transformation Takes Smart Cities to New Heights” will run in Taipei and Kaohsiung from the 22nd to the 25th, and 24th to the 26th respectively.
The twin events will host over 450 smart solution exhibitions from players in various industries, making up more than 1500 booths in total. The Summit/Expo will also feature about 60 professional discussions covering a range of topics, from the economic transformation of cities, digital business transformation, to 5G smart poles, and the metaverse.
Established in 2014, SCSE has become the largest trade show in the Asia Pacific region. The event was put together to help bolster the vision of turning Taiwan into a smart city and showcase the best technological advancements that Taiwan’s industries have to offer.
SCSE 2022 marks quite a milestone for the event as this year will be the first time it hosts twin events, in Taipei and Kaohsiung. The event will also be – for the first time since the COVID-19 outbreak – be accepting 100 international visitors. A provision made possible by special approval bestowed by 5he nation’s central government. Which may signal the impending reopening of the country’s borders to international travel.
Taipei forum sessions to look forward to, this year, will be the Smart City Mayors’ Summit, Smart Hospital Leadership Summit, World Telecom Smart City Conference, and World System Integration Conference. The inaugural summits, Taiwan CIO Summit for Healthcare Technology Innovation, discussing key data sharing trends between hospitals, and the Smart City x Metaverse talk – which will explore materverse governance and how virtual environments can interact with smart cities – might also be worth a sit-in.
The Kaohsiung event, on the other hand, will feature discussions covering urban economic development, offer insight on regional collaboration between five cities in Southern Taiwan. SCSE@Kaohsiung will also reveal case studies regarding digital business transformation that propels local economic development forward.