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13:00 - 14:00

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15:40 - 16:20

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17:30 - 18:30

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08:50 - 10:40 110 mins
Shared Keynotes with Smart Mobility
Shared Keynotes with Smart Mobility
10:40 - 11:20 40 mins
Break & Networking
11:20 - 11:30 10 mins
Keyontes
Chair Opening remarks
11:30 - 11:50 20 mins
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Keyontes
Connection, collaboration, co-ordination: Understanding the role of government in effective cross-city partnerships
  • Julie Snell - Managing Director, Bristol is Open
  • Ineffective communication across departments creates an unsteady foundation for PPPs to succeed. Understanding where weaknesses may arise in the partnership, appreciating that solutions may be too narrow to solve without efficient support and integration by local authorities
  • Facilitating interoperability through long-term co-ordination across services as a priority in strategy to serve as a partnership foundation.
  • Unlocking the benefits of greater integration of public services and cost savings especially across smaller authorities.
11:50 - 12:10 20 mins
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Unlocking value through smart city investment
  • How to foster a clear message that smart city initiatives are cost effective and effective for citizens, including why should investment happen now and not later.
  • Identify who you need to engage through a clear business case, how to ensure buy in to the project across the ecosystem including government, citizens and potential partners
  • Ensure a sound-proof business case by characterising clear ROI from your initiative, both community value and cost-savings
12:10 - 12:30 20 mins
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Learning from success: enabling smart city initiatives through standardized frameworks
  • Gianfranco Moi - Deputy General Director of the Directorate of Economic Development, Research and Innovation, and former CIO, State of Geneva
  • Learn how model initiatives from previous successful smart city programmes can be effective alternative in city projects, especially when local authorities may not have the capacity to plan initiatives without this guidance
  • Facilitate a business models to support future smart city programmes. Enable support from existing, tried and tested business models to effectively adopt emerging technologies
  • Cross region business models to support future smart city programmes, with insight from different local authorities, being aware of the different challenges this may bring.
12:30 - 13:00 30 mins
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Moving beyond the pilot stage, from those who have
  • Piero Peilizzaro - Chief Resilience Officer and the City Lead for the H2020 Lighthouse project Sharing Cities, Municipality of Milan
  • Matthew Evans - Associate Director, Tech UK
  • From city examples of successful initiatives, learn how the broad structure of government can work as a foundation for start-ups and SME’s who hold innovative technology but work in a narrow part of the smart city ecosystem
  • Working towards solution driven trials that solve set problems identified by the city to help citizens. Ensure the potential of the partnership is realised by offering a genuine value to citizens across the local authority, becoming an effective use of resources.
13:00 - 14:00 60 mins
Lunch break & Networking
14:00 - 14:10 10 mins
Sustainable Urban Environments
Chairperson’s Opening Remarks
14:00 - 14:10 10 mins
Disruptive Technology Delivery
Chairperson’s Opening Remarks
14:10 - 14:30 20 mins
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Sustainable Urban Environments
Beyond Brexit: Addressing carbon emission initiatives and the future of green energy
  • What is the future legislation that will affect emission targets within the post-Brexit landscape? Who is delivering incentives post Brexit? Answering key questions around national plan to lower emissions
  • Understanding targets to become the foundations of smart city initiatives
  • Exploration of the options available to help lower emissions at a cost-effective price, including unlocking the potential of using solar to fuel smart cities.
14:10 - 14:30 20 mins
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Disruptive Technology Delivery
Powering the Cities of the Future: The Role of 5G in Realising Smart Cities
  • Justifying the business case and investment in 5G Infrastructure
  • Key Exploration into the structural placements that can attract future 5G pilots: Improving bandwidth and utilizing small cells for stronger 4G networks
  • Identify city owned assets that hold the key for smarter connectivity, including suburban city assets.
  • Dig once: Optimising fibre placement for process streamlining to save on future costs
  • Towards cross-city adoption of 5G: Addressing the link between connectivity and opportunity for smart city projects across the ecosystem
14:30 - 14:50 20 mins
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Sustainable Urban Environments
Empowering citizens for a sustainable future
  • Sam Verblen - Innovation Manage and Circular South Lead, City of Antwerp
  • Challenging the culture around energy consumption by creating a clear initiative to engage citizens with emission reducing schemes within the local authority.
  • Understanding what initiatives are currently available, sharing opportunities at key interactions between government and citizens enabling the opportunity to become prosumers.
  • Unlocking potential by mapping data from smart meters to understand where excessive energy use can be solved, reducing costs for citizens and authorities.
14:30 - 14:50 20 mins
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Disruptive Technology Delivery
Using IoT data platforms to unlock citizen focused service models
  • Daniel Clarke - Smart Cambridge Programme Manager, Cambridgeshire County Council
  • In depth investigation into how to upscale IoT network pilots to a cross-city deployment
  • How do cities build IoT deployments from the citizen up?
  • Engage with the crucial questions around the neutrality of service solution platforms
  • How data can drive new service models which deliver benefit for citizens.
  • What is the role of the local authority, and where can the role of partners be most effective?
14:50 - 15:10 20 mins
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Sustainable Urban Environments
The realistic roadmap towards a circular economy
  • Trevor Gibson - Smart City Leadership and Development Manager, Opportunity Peterborough
  • Practical approaches to set the enabling conditions for circularity including the development of a city-wide road map including the role of technology
  • Understanding consumer behaviour as an enabler of circular economy solutions
  • Enabling emerging technology such as digital models that facilitate a better understanding of the city landscape.
  • The benefits and challenges of applying circular economy approaches at the city scale as part of developing cities of the future.
  • Tackling preventable waste in cities with local scalable solutions that focus on reusing and recovering waste within the city.
14:50 - 15:10 20 mins
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Disruptive Technology Delivery
Reducing latency and reducing danger during emergency response
  • Utilizing emerging smart city technologies and accessing real-time data to facilitate reduction between alert of the emergency and arrival time
  • Merging geospatial data with lower latency connectivity to reduce response time in rural communities
  • Utilizing IoT throughout the city such as smart lighting and CCTV to ensure citizen safety in emergencies
15:10 - 15:40 30 mins
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Sustainable Urban Environments
How to build a sustainable city
  • Harri Pananeen - Head of Economic Development, City of Espoo
  • Astrid Vanackere - Smart City Coordinator, City of Ostend
  • Taking a practical approach to Eco-design: identifying where technological foundations, such as sensors and solar panels, can be implemented so that further costs can be offset.
  • Justify local government focus on energy efficiency in longstanding public infrastructure.
  • Addressing longstanding public service costs in hard to heat homes and public infrastructure with self-sufficient solutions.
  • Exploration into where sustainable infrastructure can enhance liveability and enable sustainable lifestyles
15:10 - 15:40 30 mins
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Disruptive Technology Delivery
Smart spaces, smart citizens: Placing social value in connectivity for citizen-driven welfare transformation
  • Jeanette Carlsson - Founder, Tech Nordic Advocates, Nordics/Baltics
  • Natalia Reen - Technical Lead, IoT Projects, City of Helsinki
  • Ricky Morton - Newham Modernisation Programme Lead and Digital and Transformation Adviser, London Borough of Newham
  • Piero Peilizzaro - Chief Resilience Officer and the City Lead for the H2020 Lighthouse project Sharing Cities, Municipality of Milan
  • interconnection between connectivity and social opportunity by opening broadband access
  • Safeguarding vulnerable people from isolation by humanizing the digital process. Importance of digital placemaking, incorporating AR/VR and IoT into citizen engagement
  • Using connectivity to optimize digital services to encourage citizen 'buy in' to projects in turn encouraging interaction with initiatives
15:40 - 16:20 40 mins
Afternoon Networking Refreshment Break
16:20 - 16:40 20 mins
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Disruptive Technology Delivery
Towards collaborative digital health for empowering citizen-led healthcare with connected in-home IoT and wearables
  • Deidre Wallace - Health and Care Innovation Lead, Innovation Hub, Oxfordshire County Council
  • Empowering personal health management with in-home connectivity to monitor health from smart inhalers to blood pressure apps.
  • Benefits of opening different avenues of healthcare delivery to reduce stress n public health services
  • Tracking inconsistencies and behavioural changes for evidence-based diagnoses based on data and monitoring by patient and practitioner
  • Wellness incentives through data-driven trend monitoring of activity to lower preventable health costs
16:40 - 17:00 20 mins
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Disruptive Technology Delivery
How can distributed ledger technology (DLT) hold the key to open government services
  • Addressing safety concerns in opening government data platforms with DLT
  • Through DLT optimisation realise the social value of data to enable greater citizen control of data use.
  • Generate future informed government trust through greater understanding of data use within government
16:50 - 17:10 20 mins
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Sustainable Urban Environments
Smart meters: the key for effective wellbeing management?
  • PPP's with smart meter providers to enable data sharing can unlock opportunities for local authorities to engage in new forms of welfare management.
  • In depth look at potential of Smart meters in ensuring wellbeing in elderly and vulnerable residents.
  • Mapping data to spot irregularities in patients with Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease
17:00 - 17:30 30 mins
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Disruptive Technology Delivery
The AI driven city: Exploring the chances, the cost and the consequences throughout the ecosystem
  • Paul Copping - Chief Innovation Officer, Digital Greenwich
  • In depth insight into where AI technologies can work together to enhance citizen experience of the city
  • Enabling AI to work with real-time data and adapt the city to pedestrian habits
  • Where can AI solve long standing city problems?
17:10 - 17:30 20 mins
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Sustainable Urban Environments
Building with sensors, smart control systems and data: How the City of Umea became smarter with smart energy
  • Carina Aschan - Smart City Project manager -RUGGEDISED lead, City of Umea
  • Exploration into how local authorities can control energy use through building with sustainability at the forefront of the planning process
  • Controlling air, heat and light through a smart control system.
  • Towards efficiency: where else can sensors inform general maintenance and energy savings
  • The prosumer city: Using new technology to improve transparency around energy use within the public sector
17:30 - 18:30 60 mins
Evening Drinks Reception