Program 7th of June 2017

Smart & Safe City Event 2017 | Topics:

Brochure Smart & Safe City 2017
  • What Cities will look like in 30 years
  • The urgency for Smarter Cities
  • Risk Management for Cities in Transformation
  • How to upscale Smart City Projects
  • Successful collaborations (private and public)
  • National Smart City Strategies
  • Set up a Regional Smart City Strategy
  • Bootcamps: Smart Mobility – Smart Energy – Smart Society – Smart Economy – Smart Data – Safe City
  • More than 30 practical cases & failures
  • Knowledge and network
  • And much more…..

Program: 7th of June 

 

9.30 –  Opening by Conference Chair

Jim Stolze, Innovation Expert, Television presenter RTL Z


Saskia Bruines09.45 – Welcome by Saskia Bruines – Alderman city of The Hague


 

 

Be inspired by the City of 2050

Peter Schwartz10.00 – What does our future city look like? And how to react to this change in time?

Keynote Speech by Peter Schwartz, American futurist, innovator, author, and co-founder of the Global Business Network, Vice President Salesforce

 

Why do we need Smart & Safe Cities?

10.20 – The urgency for Smarter & Safer Cities

Keynote Speech by Aisa Kirabo Kacyira, Deputy Executive Director and Assistant Secretary-General for UN-Habitat

 


Lamberto Zannier10.40 – Local Approaches to Global Challenges

Keynote Speech by Lamberto Zannier, Secretary General of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, former UN Special Representative for Kosovo and Head of the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK)


11.00 – Coffee break at the Smart & Safe City Innovation Playground


Amy Aussieker11.30 – Highlights USA Smart City Strategy

Keynote Speech by Amy Aussieker, Executive Director of Envision Charlotte, a unique public private plus collaboration that is leading Charlotte, the largest city in the State of North Carolina, to become a global Smart City model. The White House announced Envision America, as part of their Smart Cities Initiative announcement.


11.45 – Smart companies

Michiel Muller, Co-founder Picnic and Route Mobiel, Chairman Erasmus Trustfonds, Member of the Supervisory Board FD Mediagroep


12.00 – All Around the table 

Morning speakers talk about the challenges and opportunities. Also the audience can ask questions and interact.


12.30 – Lunch at the Smart & Safe City Innovation Playground


13.00 – Innovation café Smart Cities (optional)

Meet startups, corporates, cities and knowledge institutions at the Innovation café Smart Cities that is organized by RVO. At the Innovation café Smart Cities you learn more about smart city developments, networks and funding possibilities from best practices as the Centre of Expertise Smart Sustainable cities, RDM Rotterdam and Online platform Smart Cities.

13.30 – 16.00 Round Table Sessions

During every round, you can choose:

  • round table session about smart city projects (more information: click on the orange box below)
  • a Smart & Safe City Challenge, where you face opportunities and threats of the city of the future. Together with other participants you search for smart solutions for challenges in cities.
  • a Start up battle

Three rounds: 13.30-14.15 | 14.15-15.00 | 15.30-16.00. Give yourself a coffee break from 15.00 to 15.30.

  1. Smart Cities Strategies in the USA
    Amy Aussieker, Executive Director of Envision Charlotte, a unique public private plus collaboration that is leading Charlotte, the largest city in the State of North Carolina, to become a global Smart City model
  2. How circular is your city? > Introducing the Circle Intro Dashboard
    Annerieke Douma, Director Program & Business Development at Circle Economy, Amsterdam, developer of the Circle Intro Dashboard: a digital tool for cities to self-assess their level of circularity in terms of several key elements of the circular economy
  3. Stadium Galgenwaard: The Healthy phygital experience
    Brigitte Hulscher
    , Proces Manager, Senior Advisor Smart Cities Strategies and Economy, City of Utrecht
  4. Strategies and new challenges with Data sharing and Open Data in Smart cities
    Fanny Goldschmidt, Business Developer at OpenDataSoft
  5. How does IoT Technology support the development of Smart Cities?
    – A disruptive B2C gamification approach for the city: smartMi(laan)-Barilla case
    – How can IoT help local businesses position themselves versus global retail chains?
    – Collaboration between public institutions and private companies: building a strategy for the future together.
    Simona Castelnuevo, Project Manager SmartMi (Smart Milaan), Comarch
  6. The Smart Internet of Things value
    Robert Heerekop, IoT Consultant at IOTC360
  7. The Benefits of Electrified Transport forSmarter & Safer Cities
    – Zone-Management / Safety zones
    – Indoor bus stops
    – Combined charging solutions
    Raymond Janssen, Account & Product Manager Public Transport at Volvo Group The Netherlands B.V.
  8. The use of data science for the detection of organised and subversive crime
    Xander Beenhakkers, Head safety at the city of Zoetermeer
  9. The first circular-built industrial park
    How all theories of circular building come together in 1 industral park. Including circulair business models and circular procurements.
    Peter-Paul van den Berg, Directeur Kamp C and Founder The District of Tomorrow, Province of Antwerp
  10. The implementation of the cyberresilience strategy for the city & harbor of Rotterdam, based on ‘building blocks’, crucial ingredients for a city strategy
    Marly Coenders, Senior Strategic Advisor city of Rotterdam
  11. From car ownership to car use: building for the future
    Based on a number of cases (Utrecht subject to reserve) we share knowledge about projects already submitted with a flexible mobility concept and urban parking policy and discuss conversations
    Martien Das, Senior Advisor Climate Policy and Mobility, Rijkswaterstaat (Ministry of the Netherlands)
  12. Philips Lighting: Public private partnership to enable safe smart city of the future
    – How can the cities‘ organizational structure cope with the cross vertical Smart City initiatives?
    – Which business model(s) do cities prefer for the smart city infrastructure (e.g. owned by municipalities, owned by private entities with full service contracts towards cities)?
    – How can cities secure, that they can accept and handle future smart city innovations?
    Bram Joosen, Senior Concept Business Architect Public Spaces & Living Lab department at Philips Lighting Research
    Tom Verhoeven, Concept Business Architect Project Manager Smart Public Spaces at Philips Lighting Research

The Digitalization of the Next City

Ger Baron16.15 – Digital Transformation – The impact of technology on Future Cities

Keynote Speech by Ger Baron, Chief Technology Officer at city of Amsterdam


The Sustainable Healthy City

James Ehrlich16.40 – The future of resilient eco villages, first Pilot of the ReGen Village is in Almere

Keynote Speech by James Ehrlich, Senior Technologist, Stanford University, Founder ReGen Villages, a unique example of a self sufficient city


17.05 – Smart Cities and the Energy Transition

The need to develop low-carbon cities

  • The importance of the emerging Energy Cloud to smart city goals
  • How cities are shaping the energy future
  • How cities and the energy sector can work together to accelerate the creation of more sustainable cities

Keynote Speech by Dr. Eric Woods, Research Director at Navigant, leading the firm’s global smart cities research


Debra Lam17.30 – Building a Smart Cities Ecosystem

Keynote Speech by Debra Lam, Managing Director for Smart Cities and Inclusive Innovation at Georgia Tech’s Institute for People and Technology, former Chief Innovation and Performance Officer for the City of Pittsburgh, founding leader of the MetroLab Network and a finalist for Women of the Future, Science and Technology


17.50 – Closure of Day 1

Hal24k will be giving away five copies of the Smart Cities book by Anthony Townsend


18.00 – ‘Not so smart after party’ @ Beachclub BLISS Scheveningen – 5 minute walk