Agenda | Event | Smart City & Buildings 2019

SMART LIVING: A BETTER & BALANCED LIFE

AGENDA DAY 1 | 29.10.2019

 

8:45

REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST

Social Smart Cities

9:15

The Moderator Kick Off

9:20

KEYNOTE  Talk About Emotions, Not Technology

Renato de Castro, 3xTEDx speaker, Advisor and consultant for Smart Cities

  • A Better Life - Closer than ever

9:50

Helsinki – The Best Functioning City in the World

Pia Pakarinen, Deputy Mayor, Education Division, City of Helsinki

  • How to make a shift from a reactive to a proactive city?

  • A city for Helsinkians – not Helsinkians for the city

  • Better work-life balance means happier inhabitants

10:10

Transparency and Time – Keys for Sustainable City Development

Jukka Kettunen, Head of Urban & Real Estate Development, AINS Group

  • Premises of prosperous urban areas: viable housing and service investments

  • Open data + digital master plans = bigger picture for value-based decisions

  • Forecasting city development: how the Greater Helsinki area looks like in 2040

 

10:30 BREAK & BUSINESS MINGLE

11:10

Experiences at the Edge – What Networking Technology Can Enable for a Smart City

Kai Turunen, Country Manager, Finland & Baltics, Aruba

  • The importance of end user experiences in a smart city

  • The challenges and possibilities of a smart city now and in the future, how can technology help?

  • Building smart cities with Aruba technology

11:25

How to Boost the Realization of Innovative, Loved Mobility Services for People and Avoid Chaos in the Smart Cities.

Lassi Tolonen, Director, Product & Development, Clear Channel Finland

  • The demand for new service can be great but the solution is not yet economically sustainable

  • How to accelerate the implementation of new service in sustainable way

  • Smart city case examples of city bike, electronic vehicle charging station and parcel delivery kiosk

11:40

KEYNOTE Social Smart Cities

Jorge Saraiva, Leader of the European Network of City Policy Labs (Innovate.city)

  • Demand-driven market or a solution driven market?

  • A trip across different cities and experiments

  • EU strategy in smart cities and some of its conclusions - programs and calls.

  • EU beyond Horizon2020: The mission oriented smart cities

 

12:05 LUNCH TIME!

Mobility as a Leader of Digital Transformation 

13:15

Introduction to Q&A part

Jonne Sandberg, Development Director, City of Kokkola

 

13:25

Q&A: The Next Level of Connectivity for Industries and Society

Hosted by City of Kokkola

Ilkka Suojanen, CTO, Esri Finland

Mika Kemppi, Product Marketing Manager, M-Files

Sakari Karppinen, Senior Advisor, Business Finland

  • Key value elements

  • Transform and grow the core business

13:50

Case: Smart Living in a Smart City

Hanna Sillanpää, Ecosystems Owner  
Julia Jääskeläinen, Concept Owner for Residential Segment, Abloy

  • Mobile access creates new business opportunities

  •  (When) Residential becomes commercial

 

14:05

Case: Create Better Living Environments and Seize New Business Opportunities with EV Charging Solutions

Päivi Linteri, Solutions Manager, Ensto

  • Outlook of EV adobtion in Finland

  • New business opportunities arising from increase of EV’s

  • Sample case ”Easypark”

14:25 BREAK & BUSINESS MINGLE

14:45    

The Rise of 5G and Piloting in Smart Cities

Jyrki Huusko, Research Team Leader, VTT 

  • 5G – The schedule and use cases

  • National and European 5G Trials

  • Time for innovation - What 5G can provide for Smart Cities and Buildings

15:05

Autonomous Last Mile Solution From Operators Point of View

Mikko Hurskainen, CTO, Roboride

  • Safety and regulation requirements

  • Different market

  • Case: Industrial park, Pori, Finland

15:25

KEYNOTE  How to Fix the Smart City Future

Andrew Keen, Executive Director, FutureCast

  • The digital fixes

  • It's all down to education

 

16:00 COCKTAILS & MINGLE

 

AGENDA DAY 2  |  30.10.2019

8:30

REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST

Infrastructure Intelligence – Smart Buildings & Alliances

9:00

Moderator

9:05

KEYNOTE Waking Up Homeless People and Smart Cities Simultaneously!

Andrew Funk, TEDx speaker, CEO

 #HomelessEntrepreneur

  • Problem solving rather than rule following 

  • Co-designed tech for good  

  • Engaging communities via active leadership (citizenship)  

9:30

Wireless Control Makes Buildings Smart

Paavo Ritala, Head of Marketing, Ensto

  • Smart space management

  • Easy lighting control and scalability

  • Human-touch to technology

9:50

Smart Energy Efficiency and Ways for Higher Level of
Self-Sufficiency with New Earning Models

Miko Huomo, Director, New Business Development, Lumme Energia

Antti Koskelainen, CEO, Co-Founder, Solarigo

  • Decentralized positive cashflow with PV production-fact or fiction?

  • New digitized earning models for the BO’s and end users

10:10

Let’s surrender! Five Reasons Why Smart Buildings Won’t Fly

Kari Liukko, Head of Sales, Digital Energy, Schneider Electric

  • Fragmented ownership and broken value chain

  • Public procurement and the power of lowest price

  • Lack of choice, new entrants and global competition

  • Bad sales people – bad buyers

 

10:30 BREAK & BUSINESS MINGLE

11:10

How Data Based Ecosystems Change the Way We Use Buildings

Toni Luhti, CEO, Platform of Trust ​

  • Buildings as data sources

  • The value of dataflows

  • Data will win the game

11:25

Energy Aware Buildings Enabling Low-carbon Energy System

Janne Paananen Technology Director, Eaton Electrical Europe, Middle East and Africa Region

  • Sustainable building - improving urban quality of life

  • Transformation of energy system – challenges for the power grid

  • Energy aware buildings for sustainable future

11:40

KEYNOTE 

Transforming the Urban Innovation Ecosystem

Vladimir Bataev Global Expert in Innovative Smart & Circular Urban Solutions

  • Agile teaming: small, cross-functional and autonomous 

  • Affordable housing, climate-friendly services and clean energy

  • Transparency, open data and the democratic administration of data

12:10 LUNCH TIME!

From Big Cities to Communities of All Sizes

13:20

Smart Buildings 2.0 = User Experience

Ken Dooley, Technology Director, Granlund

  • The value proposition of smart buildings is broken

  • The key to delivering value is to focus on user experience

  • Case study from a 3000 person office campus in Finland

13:40

Smarter Together, How Cities Can Do More With Less

Tommi Karttaavi, Director, Information Society Unit, Association of Finnish Local and Regional Authorities

  • Smart cities information systems

  • How to scale pilot projects

  • Case Hali: smart traffic lights

14:00

PANEL: How City Leaders Can Better Foster Innovation for More Liveable Cities

Vladimir Bataev, Global Expert in Innovative Smart & Circular Urban Solutions

Hanna Niemi-Hugaerts, Program Director, IoT, Forum Virium

Alexander Ståhle, CEO of Spacescape and Research Project Leader, KTH School of Architecture

  • Easy Living and wellbeing in regenerative cities

  • Smart solutions on a balanced budget

  • Opportunities for smarter stewardship of financial resources—and revenue opportunities

 

14:20 BREAK & BUSINESS MINGLE

14:40

Innovation Platforms

Hanna Niemi-Hugaerts, Program Director, IoT, 

Forum Virium

  • Urbansense 5G

  • Key takeaways

  • Reverse pitching - projects 2020

15:00

KEYNOTE  5 Biggest Things You Will See in the Future of Smart City

Alexander Ståhle, CEO of Spacescape and Research Project Leader, KTH School of Architecture 

  • Strategies in developing small and medium towns into smart cities

  • What is residence potential? 

  • Sweden’s biggest research project on smart streets

  • Behavioral components of smart cities

 

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