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30 October 2018:

Ecosystems and Alliances

31 October 2018:

User-Centered Design

8:30
REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST
 
Building a Smart City: Lessons and Benchmarking
9:00
MODERATOR
Ian Khan, Technology Futurist, Author, Filmmaker, 3 Time TEDx Speaker, Canada
9:05
OPENING KEYNOTE: 
Why Accepting Change Should Always Be Goal #1
Ian Khan, Technology Futurist, Author, Filmmaker, 
3 Time TEDx Speaker, Canada
  • Technology Futurist and Host of Smart City talks about the pivotal steps needed for success in the era of disruption and how cities of tomorrow will thrive. 

9:25
KEYNOTE: Cultures Eat Platforms for Breakfast
Mikko Rusama, Chief Digital Officer, City of Helsinki, Finland
  • What is the role of the city in the platform economy?

  • To succeed, what does it mean for the culture and mode of operation?

9:45
Building Platforms and Analytic Services Will Change the Game – Advanced Investors Are Already Gaining Advantages
Tuomas Qvick, Vice President, EcoBuilding & Field Services, Schneider Electric, Finland
  • Cloud analytics an opportunity for all building owners

  • Utilizing electricity demand-response markets

  • How to make building more responsive to user needs?

10:05
Introduction to the Panel
Jonne Sandberg, Development Director, City of Kokkola, Finland
10:15
PANEL: Reviewing Existing Smart City Initiatives
and Future Plans
Hosted by City of Kokkola, Finland​
Jari Isohanni, Digitalisation Expert, Centria UAS, Finland
Tomi Kohtanen, Sales Director, Elisa, Finland
Anna Klemets , Reality Capture Specialist, Merius, Finland
Jarmo Finnilä , Communications and Administration Manager, Keliber Oy, Finland
  • Circular economy for 50 years, future growth from sustainability and synergy

  • Work is in change, future possibilities 500 km away from Helsinki

  • Digitalization a part of city centre development in Kokkola

10:40
BREAK
11:25
Smart Built Environment: Live Your Life, Chase Your Dreams –Sustainably
Antti Ruuska, Co-Creation Manager, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
  • What are smart cities really about?

  • Good life as a service

  • Ecosystems as the engine of innovations and growth

11:45
KEYNOTE: Smart City Ranking Lists 2018
– Nordics and World
Jaana Remes, Economist & Partner at McKinsey Global Institute, San Francisco, USA
  • As cities get smarter, they are getting more livable and more responsive – and today we are seeing only a preview of what technology could eventually do in the urban environment. Jaana will share the latest McKinsey Global Institute research findings on the opportunities of smart city solutions to improve citizen quality of life and a snapshot of where 50 leading global cities stand in rolling out these solutions.

12:15
LUNCH
Urban environments
13:25
Develop and Scale Your Products
and Services to Global Markets
Ilkka Homanen, Head of Industry Cleantech, Business Finland
  • Service path from innovations to global scale up

  • Programs supporting long-term development

  • Case examples of market activities

13:45
PANEL: Carbon-neutral by 2030 
Paul Copping, Chief Innovation Officer, Digital Greenwich, UK
Silje Bareksten, Nor-Shipping, Head of Sustainability and Technology, Oslo Business Regions, Norway
Nicolas Pardo Garcia, Science & Project Manager en AIT – Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria
Frans Anton Vermast, Strategy Advisor & International Smart City Ambassador, Amsterdam Smart City, Netherlands
  • Strategic energy and environmental planning at city level

  • Energy modelling - smart energy in homes and public realm

  • Engaging the citizens in carbon reducing measures

​14:10
Decarbonization of Cities
Nicolas Pardo Garcia, Science & Project Manager en AIT – Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria
  • Energy and environmental strategies​

 

14:25

KEYNOTE: Climate Strategy
Silje Bareksten, Nor-Shipping, Head of Sustainability and Technology, Oslo Business Regions, Norway
  • Sustainable Startup Ecosystem

  • Oslo Business Regions projects and processes that support the above

14:55 
BREAK
15:25
KEYNOTE: How May the Use of Standards Enable the Deployment of ICT Solutions for the Connected City?
Paul Copping, Chief Innovation Officer, Digital Greenwich, UK
  • Developing a replicable, procurable, horizontal city architecture to avoid 4IR silos

  • Deploying personalised citizen services using vendor neutral IoT and artificial intelligence

  • The importance of open standards in future procurement and finance of "smart city as a service" solutions

15:55
KEYNOTE: Designing the Next Generation of Sustainable Cities
Baharash Bagherian, Head of Urban Planning, SEE Nexus, Dubai
  • How green spaces are shaping the future of inclusive cities.

  • How a holistic and ground-up approach to urban planning is shaping the future of sustainable communities.

  • Project case study: The Sustainable City in Dubai.

16:25
COCKTAILS
8:30
REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST
 
Mobility & Transport Networks
9:00
MODERATOR
Ian KhanTechnology Futurist, Author, Filmmaker, 3 Time TEDx Speaker, Canada
9:05
KEYNOTE: On Our Way to Smartness
Dr Chirine Etezdzadeh, President, SmartCity.institute, Germany
  • Why should we promote smart city development?

  • How should we start the process?

  • What should we consider while starting the transformation?

9:35
New Era for Connectivity
Jani Linna-Aro, Director Of Business Development, Orbis​, Finland
Sami Huuskonen, Design Manager, Tehomet - A Valmont Company, Finland
  • Does smart services need smart infrastructure or vice versa?

  • What is smart infrastructure for Smart Cities?

  • How to create true value through partnerships?

9:50
MAPGETS Transforms Finland from Separate SmartCities to One SmartCountry
Heikki Rajasalo, Managing Director, MAPGETS, FCG City Portal, Finland
  • Create your own smart city apps

  • Platform economy enables new income for all participants

10:10
Smart Cities Are Built by the People and Businesses
Markus Mäkelä, Director of Business Development, Wapice Oy, Finland
  • Rapid Application Development Platform as an enabler

  • Co-Creation – a model for building the business

  • Integrating all the stakeholders together

10:40
BREAK
11:15
Smart Cities and Future of Mass Transit:
Steven Orelowitz, Senior Director, Global Transit Implementation, Visa Europe, UK
  • Visa’s vision on Smart Cities

  • Why digital mass transit solutions are important

  • Mass transit in the Nordics

11:35
KEYNOTE: AI Fostering Smart Government
Frans Anton Vermast, Strategy Advisor & International Smart City Ambassador, Amsterdam Smart City, Netherlands
  • How should we handle data responsibly

  • Social inclusion: Does everyone benefit, for example, equally from the digital revolution?

  • Ethical audit on algorithms

12:15
LUNCH
Digital Transformation - Disruptive technologies
13:15
City Smartness Beyond CCTV
Ari Heiniö, CTO, Hitachi Vantara, Finland
  • From police situation room to environmental public service

  • From campus surveillance to student happiness

  • Power of Social Media and modern data analytics integration with customer experiences

13:30
How Citizen and Artificial Intelligence Are Building the Cities of the Future
Natalia Rincon, CO-Founder, CEO, CHAOS architects, Finland
  • Citizens creativity and impact in the building of future cities 

  • How AI driven forecasting and simulation is changing cities 

  • Measuring quality of life and livability through AI

13:45
Freedom to Move – Making the Housing Market More Liquid through AI 
Thandia Pomar Zurita, COO, Kodit.io, Finland
  • Artificial intelligence to enable better movement within the Residential Real Estate market 

  • iBuyer  product - how AI is impacting the property movement within the cities

  • First wave iBuyer, what comes next... 

14:00
Capacity for Renewal
Thomas Müller, Co-Founder, bee smart city, Germany
  • Building the Smart City Solutions Ecosystem: From quick wins to reaching long-term development goals

  • A smart city is an ecosystem of solutions that is created over time as part of a continuous development cycle. A city needs to constantly compete with itself, purpose- and need-driven, to successfully tackle challenges and to seize development opportunities as enablers for renewal.

14:25
BREAK
14:50
Ways To Make Smart Cities Future-Proof Cybersecurity Cities
Timo Piiroinen, Detective Superintendent, Head of Cybercrime Centre, National Bureau of Investigation
  • How will the security mega trends impact you?

  • What can you do to stay secure?

  • What to do when IT happens?

 
15:05
Smart Heritage – More than Technology to Explain the World Heritage City
Gustavo Cuadrado, Executive Director at Tarragona Smart City Found, Spain
  • Civic Tarraco, governance model in amb world heritage city

  • Helix project , circular economy with strong social impact

15:25
KEYNOTE: How Blockchain Technology is Changing the World, One City at the Time
Ian Khan, Technology Futurist, Author, Filmmaker, 3 Time TEDx Speaker, Canada
  • Actual use cases that can be life savings

15:50
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