Date, time & venue
22 July 2020; 6:30-8:00pm, Seminar Playback via Zoom Meeting
HKIE Civil Division
The Government released the “Smart City Blueprint for Hong Kong” in December 2017, with the vision to “embrace innovation and technology (“I&T”) to build a world-famed smart Hong Kong characterised by a strong economy and high quality of living”. The Blueprint lists out six major areas, namely “Smart Mobility”, “Smart Living”, “Smart Environment”, “Smart People”, “Smart Government” and “Smart Economy”, with a view to developing Hong Kong into a smart city by leveraging I&T.
In addition, the Sustainable Lantau Blueprint promulgated by the Government in June 2017 aims to develop Lantau into a smart and low-carbon community.
Introduction of a number of smart and green elements, including the construction of a comprehensive cycle track network, Sustainable Urban Drainage System (SUDS), eco-shorelines, District Cooling System (DCS), e-vehicle charging facilities, smart lampposts and Water Intelligent Networks (WIN) etc. was proposed in the Tung Chung New Town Extension (TCNTE) project.
This technical seminar will present the highlights of these proposals which aim at developing the TCNTE area into a smart, green and low-carbon community, and creating a more liveable environment for the public in support of the three areas under the “Smart City Blueprint for Hong Kong”, namely “Smart Mobility”, “Smart Environment” and “Smart Living”.
Free of Charge.
Mr. Eddie LAM
Mr. LAM is the Senior Engineer of the Sustainable Lantau Office of Civil Engineering and Development Department of HKSAR Government responsible for TCNTE project (East), including DCS, Central Green and smart initiatives, etc.
Ms. Phoebe TANG
Ms. TANG is the Senior Engineer of the Sustainable Lantau Office of Civil Engineering and Development Department of HKSAR Government responsible for TCNTE project (West), including SUDS, River Park and smart initiatives, etc.
Mr. Bryan HO
Mr. HO is the Senior Engineer of the Sustainable Lantau Office of Civil Engineering and Development Department of HKSAR Government responsible for TCNTE project (East), including eco-shorelines, WIN and Automatic Meter Reading System for water supply system, etc.
Registration & Enquiries
The seminar will be conducted in English. Presentation materials will be in English.
Please complete the on-line registration at http://cv.hkie.org.hk. The number of participants is limited to 500 on a first-come-first served basis. Priority will be given to members of Civil Division.
Email registration will not be accepted. Successful applicants will be informed by email and provided a link to the Zoom Meeting where the seminar will be a video playback at the designated time slot where which the participant will need to sign on using the membership no. and name entered at the time of registration. A CPD certificate will be issued after the seminar is closed based on this membership no. and name.
For enquiries, please contact: Ms. Allison Lung via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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