- Smart Cities initiatives and projects have been put to test in unanticipated ways. Has responsibilities changed?
- Organise for implementation. Do you need a single entity in charge for coordination?
- Implementation by central decision making and pilot projects - the way forward?
- Some research claim 90% of cities does not have an integrated strategy
TRACK 2: BUILDINGS
AUTOMATION & DIGITAL CONNECTIVITY
The Business Case for Smart Buildings
- Enhancing the wellbeing of occupants, personalized experiences, sophisticated energy management and maximizing space utilization. Sounds all good – but what is the business case within?
- Independent perspectives into technology solutions for optimizing buildings including integrated workplace management systems, energy management solutions and Internet-of-Things platforms.
EXPERT: Creating Self-maintaining Smart Buildings
- combining technology available today with a vision for tomorrow
- qualitative analytics can enable a building to share cross-systems data shaping and predicting its own operations, and further take preventative actions to maintain highest levels of operational efficacies.
- bringing together people, technology and built environment that interacts with its occupants and vice versa
Collaboration and holistic design – Integrated Building Automation
- satisfying multiple future user requirements and allowing for easy adaptation to occupant’s changing needs
- facilities and services are able to adapt within an intelligent connected building when planned holistic from the start
- planning together from the earliest design stages to meet the highest demands of modern planners and customers
PANEL: Carbon Neutral goals 2035
Nordic City Leaders
Execution and reality. What cities can learn from each other.
How will cities look like when they are carbon neutral?
Carbon Capture, Storage and Utilisation
DATA & AI
VIEWPOINT: Charbel Aoun, AI City, Nvidia
AI in Cities - main areas to focus until 2025
How Technology evolution is impacting cities since early 2000
How Edge to Cloud AI platforms enables value creation?
How Metropolis ecosystem partners are driving change in cities using AI?
Tuija Pakkanen, Senior Specialist, Ministry of the Environment Finland
Digital Twin project RYHTI 2020 - 2023
A novel nationwide digital platform on built environment to be established
Vision: To create a digital twin of Finnish built environment
Goals: Standardised, open, reliable, optimal data exchange, real time updates and new business opportunities
EXPERT: Automating the right thing rather than everything
How do you determine what is right for your city?
The right tech will create reliable and resilient infrastructure, economy, community and better quality of life
Each city has its unique inefficiencies and requirements and is dependent of having long term goals to achieve
Kaisa Väänänen, Professor, Research Director, Tampere University
Project KITE; Human-centered AI
Challenges and opportunities affecting the acceptance of novel technologies
Expanding applications of AI into everyday lives for people to drive sustainability
Bringing user needs and ethics into the center of AI solution development in the smart city
MOBILITY & SUSTAINABILITY
CASE: Dominique Bonte
KEYNOTE: 5G - from hype to practice
Connectivity across the city give citizens and businesses more choice
MaaS in a usage: A look at the next Decade of Advanced Mobility Solutions
- The role of MaaS platforms. Connecting Public Transportation & Shared Mobility
- Bringing businesses together, private - public partnerships.
- Truly advanced mobility is not yet widespread, but smart solutions from smart parking to mobility on demand is in implementation.
- Making mobility more convenient for citizens & improving liveability