Type: Symposium
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With technological advancement, extensive efforts have been made to explore innovative and smart solutions to tackle the combined effect of double ageing for building an age-friendly community.

This season’s symposium aims to facilitate a discussion among cross-sector and trans-disciplinary professionals on how we can leverage existing data and GIS technology to improve the health and wellbeing of elderly in ageing built environment. Through soliciting efforts and driving systematic changes at policy, application, user-oriented design and community level, the season also advocates an age-friendly digital surface that could empower the young olds to self-assess and prepare for age-in-place in their neighbourhoods.

Date: 9th April 2021 (Friday)
Time: 14:30-17:00
Format: Live streaming
Fee: Free of charge
Language: Cantonese

Tentative Symposium Speakers*

Mr Tony Wong, JP
Deputy Government Chief Information Officer
Tony Wong PNG 
Edmond Lam PNG Mr Edmond Lam
Planning and Design Manager, Urban Renewal Authority 
   
Prof. Albert Lee
Clinical Professor, School of Public Health and Primary Care, CUHK
Founding Director, Centre for Health Education and Health Promotion, CUHK
 Prof Lee Photo New PNG
Benny PNG

Dr Benny Chow
Convenor of Steering Committee for Hong Kong Smart Green Building Design Best Practice Guidebook Including Interfacing with Smart City,
Hong Kong Green Building Council

*Arranged in speaking order

Guests for Panel Discussion

Ir Dr Vincent Cheng
Arup Fellow and Director of Sustainability, Arup 
 Vincent Cheng Portrait PNG
Esri Paul Tsui PNG Sr Paul Tsui
Managing Director, Esri China (Hong Kong) Limited


 

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