Mobility corridors, smart lighting and connected infrastructure are just some of the projects our communities are embarking on today. Many state and local governments already have published smart city visions and are working to fund massive system upgrades. This session will detail a framework for how risk management principles can be implemented to assess the risks of these new technologies, shepherd successful partnerships with vendors, and even help secure financing.
Jose Peralta, ARM-P
Director - Public Sector, Aon
Jose Peralta is the Director for Aon's Public Sector Practice in the US and member of the Aon Weather & Climate Risk Innovation Group. He leads multi-disciplinary teams focused on addressing the financial challenges faced by supranational, Federal, state, local and quasi-governmental entities. Jose specializes in complex placements connecting clients with insurance, reinsurance, and capital market solutions that empower governments to more sustainably serve their constituents. Jose is a frequent speaker on issues of technological innovation in the public sector and climate resilience. Jose has presented on related topics at events organized by the United Nation's Environmental Programme, Berkeley Law, and many insurance industry groups. Aon is a global leader in commercial risk, reinsurance, retirement, health, and data & analytic services.
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