Pablo Tomasi

Pablo Tomasi

Pablo Tomasi is a lead analyst in the Internet of Things (IoT) and Connectivity Research Group at IHS Markit. He joined the group in September 2016 focusing on Smart Cities and IoT.

Pablo leverages his multi-sector work and academic experience to lead the Smart Cities Intelligence Service, managing and coordinating a research spanning through different sectors. 

Pablo joined IHS Markit in 2014 as a telecoms analyst working in the Operators Group, part of the Mobile and Telecoms team. His areas of expertise included operators’ strategies in emerging markets, multiplay, MVNOs, and over-the-top (OTT) services. Within the Operators Group, he was also responsible for data modelling and forecasting.

Since joining IHS Markit, Pablo has regularly taken part in numerous industry events including the Service Innovation World, the MVNO World Congress, and the Total Telecom Congress with speaking/moderating roles.

Pablo holds an MRes in Social Anthropology and Amerindian Studies from the University of St Andrews and an MA in War Studies from King’s College London. He is based in London, United Kingdom.

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Mobility and payment in smart cities: Visa Global Transit Solutions

• Visa introduces the Visa Global Transit Solutions, a worldwide programme to foster seamless commuting thorough contactless payments. • The new Visa Ready for Transit program incorporates new standards to simplify the certification of payment solutions for operators and transit solution providers easing consumers’ doubts. • Visa looks at the future with an Innovation Center based in London researching the future of transportation and new technologies.

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Smart Cities Profiles - Jakarta - 2017

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Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs to shake the smart city market

Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs (Sidewalk) and Waterfront Toronto announced plans for the creation of Sidewalk Toronto, an ambitious smart city development plan in Toronto’s Eastern Waterfront. Sidewalk Toronto will be a testbed for the deployment of digital technology along with innovative urban planning adapted around peoples’ needs with goals in sustainability, affordability, new mobility, and economic growth. The project will start with the creation of a testbed neighbourhood at Quayside and will eventually scale up to the rest of the Eastern Waterfront.

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