Brooklyn Navy Yard, Duggal Greenhouse Attract Smart Cities NYC Conferenc
The Brooklyn Navy Yard is New York City’s–make that America’s–newest symbol of how technology and sustainability are shaping our future. There was no better place to host New York’s first expo examining the intersection of technology and urban life than the Duggal Greenhouse, the once dilapidated waterfront warehouse that Duggal Visual Solutions late founder, Baldev Duggal, converted into a hybrid eco-lab events venue.
The inaugural Smart Cities NYC conference drew more than 800 attendees and reached an audience of millions from May 3-6 as innovators, disruptive thinkers, startup CEOs and corporate leaders shared their ideas for creating the cities of the future. Produced by Empire Entertainment and Global Futures Group, Smart Cities NYC examined technology’s role in virtually every aspect of our lives, from real estate, construction and design to health, transportation and education. On the final evening, VICE took the stage to presents its Humans of the Year awards.
In addition to hosting Smart Cities NYC, Duggal Visual Solutions produced all of the event’s signage and vendor graphics, including booth wraps, flyers, banners and more. See photos below, and learn more about the Duggal Greenhouse here.