The University’s fourth annual Smart Cities Miami Conference will expose members to digital instruments that may assist them provide higher health care to their residents.
How can native authorities leaders use technology to alert them in regards to the rumblings of a public health disaster effectively earlier than it threatens the protection of their residents?
This is likely one of the questions that technology consultants will deal with on the University of Miami’s fourth annual Smart Cities Miami Conference this week, hosted by the School of Architecture and the Institute for Data Science and Computing (IDSC). At the digital convention, which runs from 1 to 4 p.m. on Thursday, April 15, members from authorities, academia, and the personal trade will have the ability to be taught in regards to the convergence of digital instruments out there—in addition to some in growth—to observe and enhance the health of their residents. They will additionally get an opportunity to satisfy different leaders within the discipline and to share data about practices in place in the present day which can be making cities extra digitally related than ever.
This yr’s convention theme is health and well-being within the post-pandemic metropolis. It will start with keynote speaker Michael Mylrea, senior technical advisor to the University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s Center for Accelerated and Real Time Analytics (CARTA), and proceed with a panel dialogue. Moderated by Yelena Yesha, chief innovation officer and head of worldwide relations at IDSC, the panelists embrace a bunch of luminaries from main world firms who will delve into alternatives which have developed all through the previous yr for bettering health care with good technology, in addition to check out new instruments within the works.
“The pandemic accelerated the adoption of existing technology and gave us an opportunity to develop new technology to address the many health care challenges posed by the COVID-19 crisis, along with a growing aging population,” stated Yesha, who can also be a visiting professor of laptop science, and an skilled in health care cybersecurity. “This panel will address those converging technologies.”
The convention will additionally characteristic a UM innovation showcase, the place a crew made up of professors and researchers from structure, biochemistry, nanotechnology, chemistry, and laptop science, will clarify an ongoing venture they’re engaged on to reimagine healthcare in an expanded territory—past the hospital and clinic setting, that features the house as a web site for health checks and remedy.
Finally, Mark Wolff, chief health analytics strategist for the SAS Institute, a world knowledge analytics agency, will give a chat entitled “Your Digital Twin will see you Now—How the Internet of Medical Things and Edge Analytics are Changing Health Care.” Wolff will clarify how the rising availability of large knowledge units on health care now permits medical doctors to make the most of digital instruments to assist information their analysis. He will additionally speak about how this can be utilized sooner or later, when an individual’s avatar may go to the physician’s workplace as a substitute of them having to be bodily current.
Register for the Smart Cities Miami convention here.