Dundee is the first city in Scotland to lose its analogue television signal and go all digital. Dundee is also to become Scotland’s first Fibrecity®.
Dundee is a modern, forward looking city and has to consider ‘Digital Dundee’ as a whole. It needs to identify ways it can harness e-technology to improve leisure, business processes and increase their competitive advantage.
At this debate, we will be asking the questions: Does Dundee need a digital strategy? Should it continue to develop organically? What would a world-class broadband wireless technical infrastructure do for the city?
Along with industry specialists and key professionals from the city we will discuss what the advantages and/or disadvantages are for ‘going digital’.
Paul Carroll, Performance & Improvement Manager, Dundee City Council
Gameelah Ghafoor, Global Project Manager for Comms, Security & CRM FSE, NCR
Clive Gilman, Director, Dundee Contemporary Arts
Colin Anderson, Managing Director, Denki
Doug Tonner, Client Director – BT Scotland
Venue: Dundee City Square, City Council Conference Room
Date: 31st August 2010
Time: 6pm – 8pm