AGENDA 2021

OCT 27

LIVE FROM THE STUDIO     9AM CET & 10AM EEST

STRATEGIC ECOSYSTEMS & RESILIENT SMART CITIES

 

Starting 9AM CET - Stockholm, Oslo, Copenhagen Time

Starting 10AM EEST - Helsinki Time

09:00 - 09:05 (CET)

WELCOME & MORNING STUDIO

09:05 - 09:20

KEYNOTE: JAPANESE WELL-BEING MODEL FOR SMART CITY

Mr.Takehiko Nagumo, Executive Managing Director, Smart City Institute Japan (JP)

  • Well-Being as ultimate goal of human-centered smart cities

  • Key to bridge civic engagement and digital technologies

  • Subjective Well-being, Subjective and Objective Assessments of Liveability

09:20 - 09:40

SMART CITY CASE: LONDON 

Smart Governance: Engaging co-operation and advanced planning establishing resilient and future proof cities

Nathan Pierce, Head of Smart London Team, Greater London Authority (UK)

  • Smarter city through collaboration: Insights from Sharing Cities

  • Wide-ranging cooperation and ecosystem-based thinking. Importance of open and smooth communication between private and public sector and with the different stakeholders

  • An enabling city supports innovation, creativity, citizens engagement and co-creation

Comments from Smart city experts

Anders Sloth Nielsen, Senior Investment Manager - Head of Smart City, Copenhagen Capacity's (DK)

Forum Virium, Smart Kalasatama, Kerkko Vanhanen, Head of program (FI)

09:40 - 10:00

SMART CITY CASE: HELSINKI

Kari Pudas, Technical Director, City of Helsinki (FI)

  • Building a smart city from to energy efficient buildings to zero emissions construction sites

  • Solutions and lessons learned from pilot projects and programmes

  • City as a testbed and livelabs, experiments in new neighborhoods

Comments from Smart city experts

Anders Sloth Nielsen, Senior Investment Manager - Head of Smart City, Copenhagen Capacity's (DK)

Forum Virium, Smart Kalasatama, Kerkko Vanhanen, Head of program (FI)

10:00 - 10:20

SMART CITY CASE: TALLINN 

From Smart City to Place of the Future – Digital Tallinn Story

Toomas Türk, Head of Future City, City of Tallinn (EE)

  • How Tallinn is providing digital services globally and using them in everyday life in the e-Estonia concept

  • City as a testing grounds for new innovative solutions

  • Why green mindset, education and data opportunities are important for the future

Comments from Smart city experts

Anders Sloth Nielsen, Senior Investment Manager - Head of Smart City, Copenhagen Capacity's (DK)

Forum Virium, Smart Kalasatama, Kerkko Vanhanen, Head of program (FI)

10:20 - 10:40

PANEL: Smart city planning

  • Forward thinking land use and town planning

  • City planning strategies in Post-Covid world

 

Tarja Laine, Director of Urban Planning, City of Vantaa (FI)

Mikko Siitonen, Project Development Manager, City of Tampere (FI)

Marcus Horning, Director for city planning office, City of Malmö (SE)

Gustaf Landahl, Head of department for Planning & Environment / GrowSmarter 
Smart city Stockholm (SE)

10:40-10:55

Coffee break

CLEAN AND GREEN FORMS OF URBAN ENVIRONMENT

 

10:55 - 11:00

SUSTAINABILITY COUNCIL 

Ismo Ulvila, Head Of Communications, European Commission (FI)

Hanna Uusitalo, Environmental Director, Kone (FI)

Kari Kankaala, Director, Urban Environment and Development, City of Tampere (FI)

11:00 - 11:15

SUSTAINABILITY IN BUILDINGS - RETHINK ENERGY MANAGEMENT AND ENERGY STORAGES

Jan Mattsson, Head of Specifier Channel, Schneider Electric  (FI)

  • Where do we need to put focus to achieve sustainability and energy targets

  • Rethinking of energy storage and how to win challenges in existing infrastructure

  • How do we manage all the energy so that it is sensible for business and at the same time environmentally positive.

11:15 - 11:30

SMART MOBILITY CASES: JÄTKÄSAARI MOBILITY LAB & ELONROAD PROJECT

City on the move; Maximizing movement, minimizing time

Kim Svedmark, CIO & System Architect, Elonroad  (SE)

Juho Kostiainen, Project Manager of Jätkäsaari Mobility Lab, City of Helsinki (FI)

  • Transportation, Logistics and shipping going green and made energy efficient

  • Trip planning, smart transportation, mobility services and dynamic routing

  • Enabling people and goods to move faster, safer, cheaper, and cleaner

11:30 - 11:45

City is the people - Concrete actions in smart energy consumption

Tommi Riikonen, Sales director, Väre (FI)

  • Life cycle thinking in responsibility and climate wise actions: how can this be done with energy?

  • What energy saving methods leads us to the cleaner future?

  • Smart energy choices will change the world

11:45 - 12:00

SUSTAINABLE CITY CASE: THE CITY OF KOKKOLA

Recycle, reduce, reuse in infrastructure

Timo Sivula, CEO, Kokkolan Urheilupuisto Oy, City of Kokkola (FI)

  • Climate wise, energy efficient and carbon free city and development

  • Smart City solutions with city’s major new building project Kokkola Sport and Event Park

  • Sustainable and smart use of utilities and resources

12:00-12:15

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING CASE: FUTUREBUILT PROGRAMME

Erlend Seilskjær, Professional advisor, architect, FutureBuilt (NO)

  • Experiences from the circular building projects with large carbon reduction from material use

  • Develop and display climate friendly urban areas with high quality architecture

  • Reuse of building materials and localize energy production

12:15-12:25

COMMENTS FROM SUSTAINABILITY COUNCIL

12:25-12:45

Lunch break

SMART BUILDINGS: STRUCTURING QUALITY WITH TECHNOLOGY

 

12:45 - 13:00

AI POWERED DESIGN AND SMART CONSTRUCTION 
How can knowledge about the end user practice in the early design phase, make good conditions for a cost-effective building operation and building maintenance

Vagn Holk Lauridsen, Technology Lead Smart City /Intelligent Buildings, WE BUILD DENMARK (DE)

  • Building installations - functional testing of building installations is more important than ever, if the saving potentials for installing Smart technology shall be achieved

  • Example of functional test in BMS systems

  • How can an intelligent building system interact with Renewable energy systems/ be an active part of peak shaving

13:00 - 13:15

Circular economy of energy – game changer for our society

Jan Herranen, Country Manager, Rototec (FI)

  • Carbon neutral geoenergy offers realistic solutions to reach climate targets

  • Independent energy enables seasonal storage possibility

  • Semi-deep wells revolutionizing energy production in the city centres

13:15 - 13:30

Lighting: a Simple Commodity or a Value - Adding Part of Smart Buildings?

Tuomas Poskiparta, Group Director, Greenled  (FI)

  • Towards joined ecosystems: lighting solutions as an open interface and source of data in building management

  • The impact of light on resident, tenant and employee experience: a human-centric view

  • How lighting affects what we aspire – the commercial impact and opportunities of smart lighting control

13:30 - 13:50

Welcome to the Era of Flexibility: Why agility is the key to getting ahead

Edvard Lundberg, Chrome Enterprise Nordics Lead, Google (SE)

13:50 - 14:05

KEYNOTE: Mainstreaming net zero for resilient Cities

Victoria Burrows, Director of Advancing Net Zero, World Green Building Council (UK)

  • Cross sector collaboration to accelerate holistic, climate action

  • Smart, sustainable cities vs the data deficit

  • #BuildingResilince to COP26

14:00-14:05

STUDIO AND WRAP UP