In Miami, you can attend 2 events. On March 20th, we discuss Water Quality in Miami. On March 21st, City Logistics, Cross Chain Coordination and Blockchain Technology in Miami are the subjects.
Water quality made the news frequently in Florida this past year, with algae bloom in freshwater bodies and closed beaches due to red tide. The new governor of this southern state, Ron DeSantis, and the local governments, universities and the private sector realize this does not benefit tourism and the economy.
During this session on board of 'Stad Amsterdam', U.S. and Dutch experts will exchange lessons learned, best practices and challenges as to water quality, including algae blooms, storm water pollution and salt-water intrusion in coastal communities. What solutions are out there, what lessons have both countries learned, and are there opportunities to collaborate?
City Logistics, Cross Chain Coordination and Blockchain Technology
On March 21, learn how Miami and Dutch smart logistics innovations can contribute to our logistics challenges. At the Smart City Clipper Session, hosted aboard the historic sailing vessel ‘Stad Amsterdam’ docked in Miami, both cities will share challenges and solutions and find more ways in which we can work together and exchange knowledge for smart logistics. Data-analytics, intelligent ICT applications and blockchain offer opportunities for efficient supply chain coordination. Smart logistics seamlessly integrates data, information, financial transactions and physical flows of goods across all supply chain partners. Reducing operational costs and congestion in cities and beyond. During this event experts from the Netherlands and the Greater Miami metro present challenges and opportunities in the realm of smart logistics.
Registration for Miami is no longer possible.
For more information, please contact Barbara Staals: Barbara.Staals@minbuza.nl.