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Smart Cities Industries Summit, London

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Start:
September 25, 2012
End:
September 26, 2012
Venue:
Grand Connaught Rooms
Address:
61 – 65 Great Queen Street
London , United Kingdom

Understand how mobility in all areas of life will improve the citizen experience across the planet at the Smart Cities Summit.

Svetlana Grant, Director of Smart Cities, Connected Living programme, at the GSMA will be a keynote speaker at the event. Svetlana will be talking about M2M Standards for Smart Cities on the 25 September and Smart Cities Opportunities of Mobile Operators: Partnerships and Business Models on the 26 September.

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