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Smart City Live! @ Building smart cities for smart citizens AGENDA WHAT IS SMART CITY LIVE? BUILDING SMART CITIES FOR SMART CITIZENS An increasing...
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Building smart cities for smart citizens


WHAT IS SMART CITY LIVE? BUILDING SMART CITIES FOR SMART CITIZENS An increasing number of cities are embarking on a journey of transformation to become “smart”. The goal is to connect and engage all of its stakeholders, leverage technology to foster innovation and co-creation in order to ultimately create cities that are smarter, safer, more liveable and more sustainable. But how do we realize this vision of a smart city? What are the challenges and potential pitfalls and how do we turn opportunities into tangible, sustainable benefits and services for cities and their stakeholders? Smart City Live! will feature case studies by leading smart cities from around the world that will address these challenges. Delegates will gain practical insights into how these cities are driving transformation, what lessons they l earned along the way, what opportunities they see and where they are planning to go in the future to realize their smart city vision.


What are the innovative business models for smart cities? How do you engage citizens and co-create smart city services with them? How do you navigate the complex value fabric needed to connect the myriad services within a typical city? How do you foster innovation and new service creation with open data? How do you create a new operating system for smarter cities? How do you build safe and secure smart cities?


Access to 7 other live events, covering compatible and important topics such as Customer Centricity, Analytics, Agile IT, Virtualization, 5G and more… TM Forum is the global industry association for digital business, connecting leading companies, and diverse ecosystems to accelerate successful digital business transformation Our members are developing the assets needed to build successful Smart Cities - we don’t just tell you what you should do - we show you how and help you build it, in a unique collaborative environment

SPEAKERS INCLUDE: Dr. Aisha Bin Bishr SmartDubai Taskforce leader Executive Committee

Debra Lam Chief of Innovation & Performance City of Pittsburgh Jonathan Reichenthal CIO City of Palo Alto

Andreas Trisko Head of Urban Development Department City of Vienna


Paul Wilson Managing Director Bristol is Open


3,500+ Delegates


companies and cities including service providers, global enterprises, technology suppliers and cities

350+ CXOs


Countries represented

AGENDA DAY 1: Monday, May 9, 2016 ENABLING THE SMART CITY Chair: Jesse Berst, Chairman, Smart Cities Council 9:00 AM KEYNOTE: Senseable cities • •

How the increasing deployment of sensors and hand-held electronics is allowing for a new approach to the study of the built environment Understanding how the way in which we describe and understand cities is being radically transformed, alongside the tools we use to design them and impact on their physical structure Addressing the issues from a critical point of view through projects by the Senseable City Laboratory

Speaker: Carlo Ratti, Director of the Senseable City Lab, MIT

9:40 AM CASE STUDY: Bristol Is Open: the world’s first open programmable city • • • •

Speaker: Paul Wilson, Managing Director, Bristol is Open 10:00 AM CASE STUDY: How Tel Aviv is leveraging its startup city infrastructure to develop smart city solutions •


9:20 AM CASE STUDY: Creating a new operating system for smarter cities

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Moving away from applying 20th century solutions to 21st century problems Understanding the need to reinvent how cities function Implementing a new city operating system. Reprograming our way of thinking and the manner in which city infrastructure and services are delivered Exploring the challenges, the opportunity, and the potential paths we need to take to ensure a good life for all our citizens

Speaker: Jonathan Reichenthal, CIO, City of Palo Alto

Understanding how cities work is changing Leveraging smart city technologies to enable more interaction between people and places and more machine-to-machine communication Giving citizens more ability to interact, work and play with their city How Bristol is working with an ecosystem of innovators to create an open programmable city region

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Outlining the development of Tel Aviv’s unique start-up ecosystem Cultivating start-up initiatives that foster an environment conducive to innovation and attractive to global talent and resources What resources have been invested to nurture the city’s technology start-up culture? Detailing the Municipality’s initiative, known as DigiTel, to employ digital technology to heighten civic engagement and public empowerment Encouraging public collaboration based on open data

10:20 AM CASE STUDY: La Coruña - a real case of a successful implementation development of an intelligent city Speaker: Alberto Bernal, SVP Smart Cities Global Practice, Indra


10:45 AM Morning Refreshments 11:15 AM Smart City datahubs, analytics and the Cloud - fostering innovation and new service creation with city data •

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Understanding how the Smart City datahub uses both the IoT platform and an OpenData portal to collect, correlate and expose dynamic and static data in a consistent manner Visualizing the data through dashboards to display the metrics of urban life Examining how ecosystem stakeholders are using the data to create innovative smart city services and apps based on historic, real-time and predictive data Promoting the use of open data through hackathons

FOSTERING INNOVATION & ENSURING SUSTAINABILITY 11:55 AM CASE STUDY: The roadmap for inclusive innovation •

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Examining the initiatives the City of Pittsburgh will undertake in the coming months and years to move the City forward and improve the quality of life for all residents Supporting equitable access to technology, city resources, and information. Incorporating new programs and projects into the Roadmap on a continuous basis Providing information on project status and completion on the Roadmap website in order to keep the public informed on progress Outlining the 20 goals and over 100 actions to meet those goals

Speaker: Debra Lam, Chief of Innovation & Performance, City of Pittsburgh


AGENDA DAY 1: 12:15 PM CASE STUDY: Building a liveable and commercially attractive smart city • •

Outlining the challenges cities face to remain competitive in an increasing globalized market Understanding the complex layer of city services and infrastructure assets under the jurisdiction of a broad range of public and private sector partners Leveraging ‘horizontal enablers’ driven by the power of data to help city authorities create cities that enhance the lives of citizens and are attractive as a business location Manchester - examining the issues from a city perspective

Speaker: Steve Turner, Head of Future City, City of Manchester 12:45 PM Lunch

2:20 PM Getting smart about city assets - shifting from a fail-and-fix to a predict-and-prevent approach • • • •

4:35 PM CASE STUDY: Santander Smart City

Speaker: Rogier van der Heide, Senior Vice President & Chief Design and Marketing Officer, Zumtobel Group

2:40 PM CASE STUDY: Essential ingredients for delivering the Smart City Alive

2:00 PM Designing the City

Speaker: Manuel Parga, Chief Financial Officer & Business Development Director, Smart Social City

Chair: Carl Piva, VP Strategic Programs, TM Forum

Appreciating that more than ever design is a prime differentiator that defines the success of cities, places and businesses alike Understanding why and how design has changed profoundly, from “creating toasters and posters” to orchestrating an ecosystem of devices and services that together make the immersive, holistic user experience Examining how design could change to remain fit for the future in a digital, connected city environment

Innovation and entrepreneurship with a methodology based on an “open innovation” model and other collaborative models Developing new models for sustainable, social, environmental and economic development Engines for change: coordinating governments, universities, companies and society, in order to promote innovation projects for the progress of society Outlining the Smart Social City Model: 13 areas of development for increasing the quality of life, structured from three criteria based on efficiency, participation and connectivity

Speaker: Ralph Overbeck, Managing Partner, Overbeck Analitica, Preetham Nadig, CEO, Qubida Analytics

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Driving smart city transformation by leveraging predictive asset management to streamline operations and cut cost Targeting critical public assets at highest risk of impending failure Preventing wider consequence cost such as pollution incidents Simulating the effects of longer term financial sustainability

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Technology is enabler not the end game Constructing a business case from a city perspective – two roads separate Innovation and Openness as mind-set for leadership towards vision Engagement and collaboration with citizens and stakeholders the real drivers Questions of value, purpose and future that are overlooked

3:30 PM

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4:55 PM PANEL: APIs and Open Data - empowering businesses to create new smart city services •

3:00 PM Smart Social Innovation

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Finding solutions for social challenges -from the root of social problems - to bring about the necessary structural changes



Providing an overview of Santander Smart City Open Santander Modernizing public administration

Speaker: José Antonio Teixeira Vitienes, Director General Innovation, Municipality of Santander

Speaker: Peter Finnegan, Director Office of Economy & International Relations, Dublin City Council

Afternoon Refreshments

The role of APIs in driving smart city service development What new collaboration models are being enabled? What open data is being used? How are city APIs and open data used by businesses? What are the different business and services models enabled by the use of open data?


AGENDA DAY 2: Tuesday, May 10, 2016 Chair: Carl Piva, VP Strategic Programs, TM Forum

TACKLING SECURITY & PRIVACY ISSUES 11:15 AM Protecting citizens’ data and privacy whilst continuing to innovate • • • •

Understanding citizens’ concerns about both privacy and security Being transparent what data is collected and how it is made available Dispelling fears of a “Big Brother” city government that collects too much data about citizens Addressing the challenges around data management, data handling and physical storage

Speaker: Raj Samani, CTO, EMEA, Intel Security

BUILDING THE SMART CITY ECOSYSTEM & PARTNERSHIPS 11:35 AM CASE STUDY: Developing the smart city ecosystem and partnerships •

Berlin’s Smart City Strategy - Process - Stakeholders and their roles - Political commitment Partnerships for Innovation - Smart City Berlin Network - Smart City Charta - Smart City Summit and projects

11:55 AM CASE STUDY: Creating the connected smart city ecosystem • • • •

Building city-wide innovation capabilities Who are the stakeholders in the Smart City ecosystem and what are their roles in enabling it? How can stakeholders stimulate innovation and investment in the smart city ecosystem? Understanding how to exploit synergies to accelerate smart city development

Geoff Snelson, Director of Strategy, Milton Keynes Council 12:15 PM PANEL: Partnerships make smarter cities • • • •

Comparing bottom up versus government top down approach What types of partnerships are cities forming? What new partnership models are driving smart city development? How do you take and share risks within partnerships?

Panellists: Paul Garner, Head of Future Business Technology department, BT Andreas Pölz, CTO, Infonova 12:45 PM Lunch

Speaker: Alexander Möller, Head of Unit Smart Cities, Berlin Partner for Business and Technology


SMART MOBILITY Chair: Aaron Boasman, Senior Director, Research & Content, TM Forum 2:00 PM CASE STUDY: New paths in mobility – the urban mobility plan in Vienna • • •

Developing strategies in a complex world that address rules and values as nobody can offer a fixed plan for 2025 Driving urban mobility forward by including implementation steps and being actively involved in the processes Achieving the target of reducing trips by cars to 20 % by 2025 - setting ambitious targets, involving the stakeholders and leveraging integrated planning tools

Speaker: Andreas Trisko, Head of Urban Development Department, City of Vienna 2:20 PM Developing new cargo bike services in smart cities • •

Establishing sustainable and economic concepts and business models for the use cargo-e-bikes “100.000 Cargo Bikes made in Berlin” - outlining the Berlin-based initiative for development, design, production and use of variable and modular cargo bikes Supporting activities referring to citizen involvement for green delivery and waste disposal and using cargo-bike services at the last mile

Speaker: Frank Panse, Project Manager, Berlin Agency for Electromobility 2:40 PM Atlanta’s Smart City strategy and progress Speaker: Samir Saini, CIO, City of Atlanta


AGENDA DAY 2: CREATING ENGAGED & SHARING COMMUNITIES 3:00 PM CASE STUDY: Enabling citizens to report and map city issues in order to address them more efficiently •

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Creating innovative apps that make it easy for citizens to report issues from broken streetlights and potholes to sunken manhole covers and abandoned cars Enabling citizens to submit photos of issues they have encountered around the city Creating a crowdsourced map to help city officials identify issues that need fixing Leveraging sensors inside smartphones to crowdsource data from cars hitting bumps in the road

Speaker: Washington Tavares, CTO, Tacira Technologies 3:30 PM Afternoon Refreshments 4:15 PM How “smartness” protects big cities and saves small cities • • •

How does the massive influx of people into cities impact sustainability and the economic survival of citizens and administrations? How can big cities engage citizens in order to grow economically and socially? Examining the tools small cities can leverage to available to combat population decline, and attract new citizens - creativity, tourism, technology, innovation and citizen participation How can smaller cities combat brain drain, especially in the area of creativity, and retain and grow their “smart” tag?

4:35 PM Smart citizens - the way to transform government • • •

Defining the concept of Smart City and Smart Citizens Exploring the mix of citizen participation, open government and smart cities Capturing and leveraging citizens’ opinions and knowledge to innovate governments and politics

Carles Agusti i Hernàndez, Innovation and Democratic Quality Director, Generalitat de Catalunya 4:55 PM PANEL: Tomorrow’s smart cities • • • • •

What are the smart characteristics of the tomorrow’s city? How will the smart city ecosystem evolve? How technology help to make cities smart? How can new business models and partnerships be leveraged to move smart city development forward? How can you develop foresight capabilities within the cities and central government?

DON’T MISS SMART CITY CATALYSTS Ecosystem Enablement for Smart City DataHub Services

The Catalyst will demonstrate Ecosystem Enablement (orchestration and monetization) for Smart City Data Hub communities, to deliver Smart Economic, Secure, Sustainable Growth. This project uses a state of the art, live Smart City Data Hub – the Milton Keynes Data Hub (MK Data Hub), and addresses the commercial enablement necessary to provide services to the dynamic community of information providers, application developers, end users, service providers, and machine-to-machine interfaces.

Smart traffic decision-support system As a part of ZTEsoft’s ZSmart solution, the smart-traffic decision-support system is built based on big-data analytics. It breaks information silos and helps to share information crossing multiple departments/systems.


5:30 PM End of Summit

5:40 PM Smart City Drink Reception


Vitor Pereira, Head of Strategy, Conteudo Chave


Specially, It collects all kinds of traffic information through sensors to enables real-time traffic monitoring and control. In addition, it’s able to predict traffic trends based on practical simulation & mathematics models. As a result, it assists decision makers with reliable and scientific information.