Day 1

13 June 2016

Smart Cities

“The smart city is an alluring vision of the future, in which civic technology such as traffic lights, smart meters for utilities and public transport could all be connected and feed back invaluable data online”

These sessions will cover all aspects of the development and future of smart cities. The track will explore the entire debate and structure of smart cities. They will discuss the effect of digital on the opportunities for smart city development, how to identify and implement an ecosystem within a smart city and also the social and societal considerations such as improving sustainability, quality of life and economic performance. The track will also discuss the energy sector and how changes within this industry fit with smart city development, and explore potential issues of technology, mobility and sustainability.

10:00AM

Smart Cities: Chairs welcome and opening remarks

 

. Sacha Meckler, Principal, Analysys Mason

10:20AM

Keynote Panel: Smart Cities on the move

Dr. Mehdi Javadi

Co Founder and Design Researcher

Smart City Wire

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Sandra Rohner

Scientific Associate

VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH

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Prof. Philipp Bouteiller

Senior Representative

Berlin Partner

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Anya Ogorkiewicz

Managing Director, The Keryx Group & AIOTI Representative

AIOTI

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  • Discussing smart city development in Europe and beyond
  • What are different global initiatives and how does it help the digital transformation between and within cities? Exploring common set standards and principles such as Hypercat
  • To what extend can new technologies help address socioeconomic and environmental challenges?
  • What are the challenges of adopting new technologies from local to national networks and beyond? Discussing relevant rules, regulations and policies in place
  • Exploring technologies, ecosystems and toolkits available for open and smart cities
  • Monetisation strategies for smart cities

This panel will be moderated by Sacha Meckler, Principal, Analysys Mason

. Dr. Mehdi Javadi, Co Founder and Design Researcher, Smart City Wire
. Sandra Rohner, Scientific Associate, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH
. Prof. Philipp Bouteiller, Senior Representative, Berlin Partner
. Sacha Meckler, Principal, Analysys Mason
. Anya Ogorkiewicz, Managing Director, The Keryx Group & AIOTI Representative, AIOTI

11:00AM

Digitalization: Looking ahead to a safe, efficient and comfortable mobility

Jürgen Bilo

Vice President, Head of Strategy, Business Development and Marketing, Corporate Systems & Technology

Continental

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  • The Big Picture of Digitalization / IoE
  • Relevance of Digitalization for Automotive Industry
  • Intelligent Mobility: Traffic management, smart cities, V2X
  • Opportunities for Automotive Industry and Solutions
  • Connected mobility needs connected industries
. Jürgen Bilo, Vice President, Head of Strategy, Business Development and Marketing, Corporate Systems & Technology, Continental

11:30AM

Networking Break

12:00PM

Green Urban Travel – smart ways to become carbon neutral

Steffen Rasmussen

Head of Department, Traffic Design

City of Copenhagen

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Copenhagen has the ambition of becoming the first carbon neutral capital by 2025. In its bid to introduce more sustainability into the city, Copenhagen has applied different smart solutions. In this presentation Steffen will outline some of these solutions and talk about the challenges of introducing them.

  • City of Copenhagen – Trends and development
  • Service goals for pedestrians, bicyclists, buses and cars
  • Optimization of traffic through traffic signals
  • ECO driving
  • Intelligent Transport Solutions – Quality of life
. Steffen Rasmussen, Head of Department, Traffic Design, City of Copenhagen

12:30PM

Panel: Smart Travelling – Creating intelligent transport systems

Alexander Pilz

Head of Passenger Information

VBB Verkehrsverbund Berlin-Brandenburg GmbH (VBB)

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Jürgen Bilo

Vice President, Head of Strategy, Business Development and Marketing, Corporate Systems & Technology

Continental

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Ronan Stephan

Chief Scientist

GE

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Steffen Rasmussen

Head of Department, Traffic Design

City of Copenhagen

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  • Exploring the potential of IoT in the transport sector and how it can help cities to address trends such as traffic congestion, environmental awareness and improving quality of life
  • What are the latest advancements and IoT technologies that enable connected transport systems?
  • The benefits of implementing M2M technologies such as smart navigation and how it can positively affect urban mobility
  • Discovering ways in which smart transportation can add business value and generate additional revenue
. Alexander Pilz, Head of Passenger Information, VBB Verkehrsverbund Berlin-Brandenburg GmbH (VBB)
. Jürgen Bilo, Vice President, Head of Strategy, Business Development and Marketing, Corporate Systems & Technology, Continental
. Ronan Stephan, Chief Scientist , GE
. Sacha Meckler, Principal, Analysys Mason
. Steffen Rasmussen, Head of Department, Traffic Design, City of Copenhagen

01:15PM

Networking Break

02:10PM

IoT in Berlin

Cornel Pampu

Head of Division Digital Economy, Media, Creative Industries

Berlin Government Senate Department for Economics, Technology and Research

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02:10PM - Day 1

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. Cornel Pampu, Head of Division Digital Economy, Media, Creative Industries, Berlin Government Senate Department for Economics, Technology and Research

02:40PM

Bristol: The world’s first open programmable city

Paul Wilson

Managing Director

Bristol Is Open

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  • Explaining the concepts and goals around creating an open programmable city
  • Developing smart city infrastructure that is open, agnostic and programmable
  • Exploring the benefits, and issues of governance, of an open data approach to smart city projects
  • Examples of how Bristol Is Open is driving innovation and creating a better quality of life
. Paul Wilson, Managing Director, Bristol Is Open

03:10PM

Networking Break

03:30PM

GrowSmarter: Helping Europe Grow Smarter

Gustaf Landahl

Head of Department

City of Stockholm and Grow Smarter Coordinator

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  • The Challenges that Cities face
  • Helping create a market for 12 smart solutions through business cases
  • Examples of ‘Smart’ ideas being implemented through the project
  • Knowledge replication: challenges in adapting smart city solutions from one city to another
. Gustaf Landahl, Head of Department, City of Stockholm and Grow Smarter Coordinator

04:00PM

Opening new opportunities for the IoT

Frank Alexander Reusch

Project Manager

Lemonbeat

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  • Autonomously collaboration of devices on field-level
  • Device-to-device communication without central control
  • Communication with devices and applications in the web, but internet access is not mandatory
  • Active contribution of international standardization in W3C (Web of Things) to counter the fragmentation in the IoT
  • Information about the future W3C standard of an universal communication protocol
. Frank Alexander Reusch, Project Manager, Lemonbeat

04:30PM

Panel: Smart Grids, sustainable cities and innovations in energy

Michel de Goede

Strategy Consultant / Enterprise Architect

Alliander

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Paul Hopton

Chief Engineer

relayr

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Jaak Vlasveld

Director

Green IT

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Lars Weber

Senior Programme Manager

E.ON

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  • Exploring ways to make cities more effective and energy efficient using M2M and IOT solutions
  • Smart grids as a gateway towards a better quality of life in cities?
  • What processes need to be in place to adopt and implement innovative energy such as training of electricians and engineers?
  • Strategies for individual businesses to support the path towards becoming a more sustainable and economic city (e.g. smart buildings)
  • Discussing city partnerships with global leading companies to reach smart city goals – benefits and challenges

This panel will be moderated by Sacha Meckler, Principal, Analysys Mason

. Michel de Goede, Strategy Consultant / Enterprise Architect, Alliander
. Paul Hopton, Chief Engineer, relayr
. Sacha Meckler, Principal, Analysys Mason
. Jaak Vlasveld, Director, Green IT
. Lars Weber, Senior Programme Manager, E.ON

05:00PM

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