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Smart Cities

For the past two decades, every city has generated huge amounts of valuable data from every operational department, whether it is municipality, urban planning, land, public safety, traffic control, and others. The said data can provide spatial insights connected to the real-world space and make us understand what belongs where and how cities can measure and monitor every aspect of city operation.

Network of sensors, cameras, and wireless devices, connected through IoT, helps bridge the gap between city authorities and the community. Data collected from these devices and from the citizens will be processed and analyzed to create real-time knowledge, which becomes key to tackling inefficiency.

The Smart Cities track will feature experts from urban/city planning, engineers/consultants, mobility and transportation experts, technology providers and research/academic institutes, discussing geospatial technology as the backbone in empowering smart city management.

Speakers

Integrating City Intelligence for Improved Operation

Chris Derksema, Sustainability Director, City of Sydney, Australia
Chris Derksema Sustainability Director
City of Sydney
Australia
Patrick Duverger, Chief Information Officer, City of Antibes, France
Patrick Duverger Chief Information Officer
City of Antibes
France
Sameh Wahba, Director Urban & Territorial Development, Disaster Risk Management & Resilience, The World Bank,
Sameh Wahba Director Urban & Territorial Development, Disaster Risk Management & Resilience
The World Bank
Tan Boon Khai, Chief Executive, Singapore Land Authority, Singapore
Tan Boon Khai Chief Executive
Singapore Land Authority
Singapore
Ron Bisio, Vice President, Geospatial, Trimble, USA
Ron Bisio Vice President, Geospatial
Trimble
USA

City Information Modeling: Designing Resilient Cities

Bartosz Bartoszewicz, Deputy Mayor, City of Gdynia, Poland
Bartosz Bartoszewicz Deputy Mayor
City of Gdynia
Poland
Iain Langlands, GIS Manager, Glasgow City Council, United Kingdom
Iain Langlands GIS Manager
Glasgow City Council
United Kingdom
Jernej Vidmar, Chief Executive Officer, AgiliCity, Slovenia
Jernej Vidmar Chief Executive Officer
AgiliCity
Slovenia
Jette Vindum, Smart City Coordinator, Municipality of Vejle, Denmark
Jette Vindum Smart City Coordinator
Municipality of Vejle
Denmark
Rob Van Welsenaere, Business Manager, Benelux, Avineon, Belgium
Rob Van Welsenaere Business Manager, Benelux
Avineon
Belgium

Connected Infrastructure for Smart Mobility

Ingrid Elizabeth Haraldseid, Consultant Mobility Division, The Agency for Urban Environment, City of Oslo, Norway
Ingrid Elizabeth Haraldseid Consultant Mobility Division, The Agency for Urban Environment
City of Oslo
Norway
Hans Viehmann, Product Manager, EMEA, Oracle, Germany
Hans Viehmann Product Manager, EMEA
Oracle
Germany
Steffen Rasmussen, Head of Traffic and Urban Life Department, City of Copenhagen, Denmark
Steffen Rasmussen Head of Traffic and Urban Life Department
City of Copenhagen
Denmark

Urban Energy: Demand vs Sustainability

James Noakes, Assistant Mayor for Energy and Smart City, Liverpool City Council, United Kingdom
James Noakes Assistant Mayor for Energy and Smart City
Liverpool City Council
United Kingdom
Dominic Weiss, Head of Smart City Agency, Urban Innovation Vienna, Austria
Dominic Weiss Head of Smart City Agency
Urban Innovation Vienna
Austria
Urban Ledin, Environment Director, Municipality of Forshaga, Sweden
Urban Ledin Environment Director
Municipality of Forshaga
Sweden

Smart Governance and City Planning

Marino  Cavallo, Head of Research & Innovation,  City of Bologna, Italy
Marino Cavallo Head of Research & Innovation
City of Bologna
Italy
Chris Garde, Smart City Planner, Dublin City Council, Ireland
Chris Garde Smart City Planner
Dublin City Council
Ireland
Eng. Abdulla Mohammed Al Khaddeim, Director of Engineering and Land Affairs Department, Fujairah Municipality, UAE
Eng. Abdulla Mohammed Al Khaddeim Director of Engineering and Land Affairs Department
Fujairah Municipality
UAE

Digital Infrastructure for Safer Cities

Laurent Horvath, Smart City Manager, City of Geneva, Switzerland
Laurent Horvath Smart City Manager
City of Geneva
Switzerland
Thomas Loser, CAD Engineer, ASTRID, Belgium
Thomas Loser CAD Engineer
ASTRID
Belgium
Mark Reichardt, President, Open Geospatial Consortium, USA
Mark Reichardt President
Open Geospatial Consortium
USA

SESSION THEMES

Integrating City Intelligence for Improved Operation

Location technology is a critical component in producing city intelligence that helps improve urban living. For the past two decades, every city has generated huge amounts of valuable data from every operational department, whether it is municipality, urban planning, land, public safety, traffic control, and others. The said data can provide spatial insights connected to the real-world space and make us understand what belongs where and how cities can measure and monitor every aspect of city operation. Session will feature best practices from major cities around the world.

Mayors Panel: Creating Smart, Connected Community

Mayors Panel will feature mayors from cities around the globe to discuss best practices in creating smart, connected community, in two interactive panels: ‘Digital Revolution: Designing Sustainable Communities’ and ‘Cities as Innovation Hubs: The Rise of Urban Competitiveness’. Topics to be discussed will include role of technology in economic development, improving city efficiencies, smart city policy innovation, creating collaborative environment between government and citizens, and innovation strategies.

Connected Infrastructure for Smart Mobility

Many cities across the world are putting infrastructure as an economic priority. Complex infrastructure projects are being commissioned to stimulate economic growth, upgrade old systems and cater for fast-growing populations. By embracing the latest technologies for innovative infrastructure, there is a major opportunity to improve the lives of citizens with better connected assets, especially in transportation services. As the line between public and private transportation systems in cities becomes increasingly blurred, smart technology will give the opportunity for policy-makers, infrastructure operators and mobility providers to reshape urban mobility systems into new versions that are safer, cleaner and more inclusive. How does geospatial technology contribute? Experts shall discuss.

Urban Energy: Demand vs Sustainability

Cities are huge sources of power demand, consuming two-thirds of the world’s energy and producing a similar proportion of global carbon emissions. City authorities, planners and utility companies need to think of the sustainable way to develop electrical infrastructure that supports economic growth and high quality-of-life while also integrating more renewable energy sources, and reducing cities’ impact on the environment. Session will discuss how smart city can leverage data and digital connectivity for a sustainable energy management.

Smart Governance and Smart City Planning - Integrating Location Technologies in Decision-Making Processes
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City Information Modeling: Designing Resilient Cities

Smart cities movement is all about creating better planned, more connected, and more livable cities. City Information Modeling generally involves building a 3D city model that connects with building information and other contextual data source or analysis tool of various city components, including buildings, roads and public spaces (open data), streetlights (sensors/IoT), and even people on the street (social media).

By connecting building data to CIM, architects and planners are provided with an interactive, content-rich 3D city model environments, where data can be accessed, analyzed and shared anywhere in the world, in real time. Such data repository will be an invaluable asset for cities in the long run to generate data-driven policy, decision-making and overall city governance.

Digital Infrastructure for Safer Cities

Protecting citizens against crime, accidents, terrorism or natural disasters require sophisticated technologies and processes. The key to achieve this is by integration and analysis of information – from various sources, times and locations – to produce actionable insight. With city operation becoming more intelligent and connected, integration with advanced public safety solutions such as gunshot detection and facial recognition programs, is now making way. Listen to safe city pilots from all over the world and find out the latest technological developments that are making cities safer and smarter.

TARGET AUDIENCE

  • Architecture Firms
  • City & Municipal Authorities
  • Construction & Engineering Firms
  • Consultants
  • Emergency Responders
  • Funding Agencies
  • Geospatial Technology Experts
  • Healthcare Institutions
  • ICT/Smart Technology Experts
  • Infrastructure Authorities
  • Policymakers
  • Public Health Agencies
  • Research Institutions
  • Transport Operators
  • Urban Planners
  • Utility Companies