By 2050 over 70% of people living on our planet will live in cities. This brings a whole new set of challenges and opportunities that we need to solve together: governments, businesses, academic institutions and of course citizens. Are you also curious how we can overcome those challenges and create economic growth, safety and social stability?
Purpose of the workshop
The 2 October event will be a day dedicated to making our future smarter and brighter. A day focused on the challenges you face today in your sector and with the opportunity to create a collaboration platform with all the stakeholders. Technology is an essential enabler in solving 21st century challenges; it is not THE solution but the key to getting to the solution with you and your partners.
Together we will have a deeper look at what is happening in the World, in Europe, in the Netherlands and in the afternoon in
specifi c working sessions focusing on Local and Regional governments, the Telecom sector and Energy sector.
To create value cross industry for your organisation in the working sessions we give you also the opportunity to invite your
colleagues and constituencies, if they have a complementary expertise.
How to attend
If you and a colleague or business partner want to accept this invitation please send an e-mail to Anja van Workum: email@example.com.
Please state your name (and that of your colleague), job title, organisation and contact details including an e-mail address and
phone number. For more information about the program please call Linda Brouwer or Patricia Maas at Euroforum on 040 2974 974.
09.45 – REGISTRATION
10.00 – Welcome by the Chairman
10.45 – Futurology
11.15 – Key-note address: Alliance management and Smart City Innovation
12.00 – INTRODUCTION OF THE AFTERNOON BREAK-OUT SESSIONS
12.30 – LUNCH
13.30 – WORKSHOPS IN BREAK-OUTS PER SECTOR:Workshops in break-outs per sector
Stream 1: Local government, municipalities
Data & Analytics as building blocks of a Cities ecosystem for collaboration and safety
Not only the 3 ‘decentralizations’ will be a key topic, but we will also touch on such important themes as the Smart city approach of local authorities in the field of open data, big data and data architectures. We will work on solving challenges, and capabilities to collaborate with other stakeholders.
Workshop host: Mr. Ad Steenbakkers, Chief Data Officer, Gemeente Eindhoven and Mr. H. J. Aernoudts, Client Executive Public IBM Netherlands (IBM Nederland BV)
Stream 2: Local Government
The ‘Curam’- solution – Keeping the citizen at the forefront of municipalities
Dutch local governments are on the verge of one of the greatest changes in governance. They will be faced with technological, cultural and organizational challenges. Despite all the new tasks due to the decentralization of duties, it will be important to keep the citizen at the forefront; this can be done by an improvement in information. The IBM solution ‘Curam’ offers a tested solution to these challenges.
Workshop host: Mr. René Coppens, Business Development Executive Government – IBM Netherlands (IBM Nederland BV)
Stream 3: Telco
Leveraging data and analytics as drivers for new business models
Telecommunication companies are sitting in a very unique perspective around all of the information they already have. Big data is a tremendously valuable asset for these companies. It puts them in a prime position to win the battle for customers and create new revenue streams – provided they can get their acts together. What are your capabilities which your competition does not have? In this session we will deep dive into concrete opportunities which Big Data & Analytics offer to create new business models, new revenue generating activities and new partnerships in the marketplace. Outcome: Practical strategies for addressing the operator’s dilemma
Workshop host: Mr. Koert van der Vleuten, Industry Client Executive, IBM Netherlands
Stream 4: Energy/Water/Utilities
How does Big Data & Analytics fuel Energy companies to become smarter and get better insight?
In this session will be discussed some of the paradigm shifts that Big Data is causing to traditional Business Intelligence and Analytics and emerging best practice and reference architectures. In the second part of the session we will explore together some of the analytic Use Cases that Energy & Utilities are implementing to leverage their investments in Smart Meters and Smart Grid.
Workshop hosts: Mrs. Hanny Boon, Client Executive, IBM Netherlands (IBM Nederland BV) and Mr. Elliott McClemments, IBM Business Solutions Executive, Big Data – Energy and Utilities
16.00 – Plenaire Panel discussion with attendees and experts representing each sector.
16.30 – CLOSING WITH RECEPTION
2 oktober 2014
Johan Huizingalaan 765
1066 VH Amsterdam