Smart Cities for Healthy Aging

Smart Cities for Healthy Aging



As the average age in cities across the world trends older, cities are adopting multiple strategies to address population aging as well as other health, environmental, transportation and growth issues. By utilizing new technologies and strategies, cities can more effectively navigate an urban tapestry that is becoming more diverse, economically stratified, and technologically advanced as ever before. This session will highlight breakthrough technologies as well as innovative business and service models that smart cities can adopt to help aging populations live healthier, more productive, and purposeful lives.


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Paul Irving
Chairman, Center for the Future of Aging, Milken Institute; Distinguished Scholar in Residence, Davis School of Gerontology, USC


Liddy Manson
Director, AgingWell Hub, Georgetown University McDonough School of Business

David Ryan
General Manager, Health and Life Sciences Sector, Internet of Things Group, Intel Corporation

Emily Shea
Commissioner, Commission of Affairs of the Elderly, City of Boston

Lauren Steingold
Head of Strategy, Uber Health, Uber

Published October 16, 2019