08.30 - 09.00 h.
Welcome coffee & registration
09.15 - 11.00 h. Plenary Session I: Delivering Future Cities for National Prosperity and Growth
  • The role of intelligent cities in shaping the government’s industrial strategy and delivering success at the local level.
  • The European Commission’s smart cities initiative.
  • Linking municipal systems for strategic revitalization of city assets and public services.
  • Real-world examples of how authorities are adding intelligence to their cities.
  • What does our future city look like?
11.00 - 11.15 h.
Networking coffee break
11.15 - 12.15 h. Plenary Session II: The Vision Towards Intelligent Cities
  • How do we build an intelligent city?
  • What has been done to achieve: investments, reliability, efficiency, security, cost savings, and reduced emissions?
  • Developing infrastructure in future cities.
  • Making cities greener, cleaner and healthier using smart technologies.
  • Key drivers to intelligent city development.
12.15 - 13.15 h.
Networking lunch break followed by parallel sessions in Rooms A and B
13.15 - 14.15 h. Mayors Panel
  • Participants will have the opportunity to engage in active dialogue on best practice and intelligent solutions with mayors. Each local leader will have the opportunity to reflect upon the complications faced in their city and their strategies to confront them.
14.15 - 15.15 h. Urban Regeneration: Designing Intelligent and Sustainable Cities
  • How to develop a sustainable urban regeneration model?
  • How to create a detailed master plan?
  • How to establish a social capitalization environment that attracts investors?
  • What are the strategies for urban renewal: from the physical infrastructure, environment, mobility, energy efficiency improvements to effective policies and economic performance?
  • Exploiting wireless communication networks to design intelligent and flexible urban architecture.
  • Regulations overview and what still needs to be done?
  • Citizen-centred design approaches.
15.15 - 15.30 h.
Networking refreshment break
15.30 - 16.30 h.
Case Studies
16.40 - 17.40 h. Sustainable Urban Transport for Intelligent and Innovative Cities
  • Understanding and addressing the challenges in integrating intelligent systems into existing transportation infrastructure.
  • Creating an integrated transport strategy involving multiple transport authorities and companies.
  • Exploring the potential impacts of vehicle automation on mobility, policy making, infrastructure, car-sharing services and pedestrian behaviour.
  • Analysing the market opportunities and challenges that are evolving.
  • How intelligent transport will change the way our cities move?
  • Discovering ways in which smart transportation can add business value and generate additional revenue.
13.15 - 14.15 h. Healthcare in Intelligent Cities
  • What are the intelligent healthcare solutions to be instrumented and interconnected?
  • How can we integrate technology with delivery of healthcare services?
  • How to use intelligent city data to improve emergency response and save lives?
  • How the requirements for healthcare in cities will evolve in the future?
  • Building integrated healthcare delivery systems through connected communities.
  • Developing effective business and partnership models.
14.15 - 15.15 h.
15.15 - 15.30 h.
Networking refreshment break
15.30 - 16.30 h. Intelligent Cities and Citizens: Shared Vision for Sustainable and Resilient Communities
16.40 - 17.40 h. ICT, IoT and Big Data in Intelligent Cities
  • Where do key opportunities lie for the future of IoT in intelligent cities?
  • Understand the types of technologies can be utilised to implement intelligent city IoT based solutions.
  • How cities can leverage their investments in big data?
  • Open data: key to big data, machine learning & artificial intelligence.
  • Unlocking the power of utilising big data.
  • Real-life examples of big data helping build intelligent city.
  • What is the role of ICT in driving intelligent cities approach?
  • How to create and lead in the ICT economy that will drive the 21st Century intelligent city?
  • ICT for sustainable urban design & construction.
  • Next gen mobile communications.
  • Establishing a roadmap of the ICT sector contribution to intelligent and sustainable cities.



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