SMART INFRASTRUCTURE ENABLES SMART CITIES

October 3-5, 2017 ∙ Washington, D.C.

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North America's Must-Attend Smart City Conference

WELCOME

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Let’s do something extraordinary…
And let’s get started at Smart Cities Week 2017

Today we have the opportunity to create more advantages for our citizens, our cities and towns, our business and industry – and along the way, our planet.

We can do all of that with smart infrastructure.

Smart infrastructure is the foundation for future success, for better paying jobs and for a new era of prosperity for all. It is also the theme of our third annual Smart Cities Week® in Washington, D.C.

Join the conversation Oct. 3-5 as we bring together visionary leaders and thinkers from all levels of government to see, hear and be inspired by real-world examples of smart infrastructure solving tough urban challenges.

I’m convinced extraordinary things can happen when leaders meet, so I do hope to see you in October.

Jesse Berst
Chairman, Smart Cities Council

WHY ATTEND

FIND YOUR INSPIRATION

Exchange ideas with the world’s leading experts. (representatives from +80 U.S. cities and +35 countries).

ACCESS NEW OPPORTUNITIES

Learn from foundations and federal agencies about their grants and initiatives.

GET TOP-NOTCH EDUCATION

Learn all about the details on successful projects, explained by the people that built them.

STAY CURRENT

Participate in demonstrations of the top smart city technologies and applications.

MAKE VALUABLE CONNECTIONS

Build personal relationships with peers from other cities.

ADVANCE YOUR CAREER

Add new knowledge and skills to your professional toolbox.

Join International Experts and City Decision Makers

REGISTER

Category On or before
August 10,2017
Between August 11
and October 2, 2017
On-site
Delegates
(Public Sector, Government)
334 USD 564 USD 794 USD
Delegates – Group of 3
(Public Sector, Government)
864 USD 1,380 USD 2,295 USD
Vendors non-SCC Partners 1,024 USD 1,254 USD 1,484 USD
Vendors non-SCC Partners – Group of 3 2,742 USD 2,432 USD 4,176 USD
Sponsors or Exhibitors 909 USD 1,139 USD 1,369 USD
Sponsors or Exhibitors – Group of 3 2,400 USD 2,865 USD 4,038 USD
SCC Partners and Advisors 679 USD 909 USD 1,139 USD
SCC Partners and Advisors – Group of 3 1,605 USD 2,295 USD 3,381 USD
Student 86 USD 86 USD 115 USD
Exhibition Only (limited hours) Free Free Free

Your registration includes:

Full Conference Registration

  • Conference program sessions
  • Entry to the exhibition hall
  • Access to the Conference app
  • Coffee service on workshop days
  • Lunch and coffee breaks on Conference days
  • Tuesday opening reception

 

Exhibition Only Registration
Free access to the exhibition hall.

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Conference Tracks

CONNECTED AND
AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES


SMART
INFRASTRUCTURE


NETWORKED
CITIES

INVESTING
FOR CHANGE

BUILT
ENVIRONMENT

CLIMATE
RESILIENCE

COMPASSIONATE
CITIES

Program

Tuesday, October 3
Time Session
9:00 am – 12:30 pm Workshop for Cities - How to Complete Your 2018 Readiness Challenge Application
Stuart Cowan
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm The Code for Smart Communities Workshop
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Smart Energy Analytics for Cities
Wednesday, October 4
Time Session
9:00 am – 10:30 am Plenary Session
• Keynote Address, Jesse Berst, Chairman, Smart Cities Council
Clearing the Roadblocks to Smart Infrastructure
Peter Auhl, Chief Information Officer, City of Adelaide
Jeff Merritt, Chief Innovation Officer, City of New York
Jeff Stovall, Chief Information Officer, City of Charlotte
Andrew Therriault, Chief Digital Officer, City of Boston
10:30 am – 11:00 am Coffee Break | Expo Hall
Solution and Innovation Sessions | Hub Theater
11:00 am – 12:15 pm
Track: Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Session - Readying the Roads: Planning for Autonomous Vehicles
Track: Investing for Change
Workshop - Piecing the Funding Together: Reducing the Costs and Risks of Smart City Infrastructure Investments
Track: Smart Infrastructure
Session - Making Procurement Work for Your Smart City
Track: Climate Resilience
Workshop - Smart Cities Tackle Climate Resilience
12:15 pm – 1:30 pm Lunch Break | Expo Hall
Innovation Alley Showcase | Expo Hall
Solution and Innovation Sessions | Hub Theater
1:30 pm – 2:45 pm
Track: Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Session - Put Your City and State in the Fast Lane by Optimizing Transit and Rail Infrastructure
Track: Built Environment
Fireside Chat - Meet the Community Builders: A Smart Cities Interview with the World's Leading Developers
Track: Networked Cities
Session - Strengthening City Service Delivery with Mobile Networks
Track: Climate Resilience
Workshop - The Smart Water Utility of the Future
2:45 pm – 3:15 pm Coffee Break | Expo Hall
Solution and Innovation Sessions | Hub Theater
3:15 pm – 4:30 pm
Track: Compassionate Cities
Session - Opioid Addiction: How a New, Data-Driven Social Safety Net Can Save Lives in Your City
Track: Investing for Change
Fireside Chat - Alternative Business Models for Investing in Smart Cities
Track: Networked Cities
Fireside Chat - The Next Generation of Small and Smart Cities
Best Practices Roundtables
Disrupting City Services and Citizen Engagement with Mobile Technologies
4:30 pm – 5:45 pm Plenary Session
• Dialogue with the 2017 Smart City Readiness Challenge Winners
Jesse Berst, Founder and Chairman, Smart Cities Week - Moderator
Jeff Stovall, Chief Information Officer, City of Charlotte
Jeff Merritt, Chief Innovation Officer, City of New York
Andrew Therriault, Chief Digital Officer, City of Boston
Peter Auhl, Chief Information Officer, City of Adelaide
• Department of Energy Smart Energy Analytics Awards
5:45 pm – 7:30 pm Reception | Expo Hall
Thursday, October 5
Time Session
9:00 am – 10:30 am Plenary Session
10:30 am – 11:00 am Coffee Break | Expo Hall
Solution and Innovation Sessions | Hub Theater
11:00 am – 12:15 am
Track: Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
City Showcase - How Columbus, Ohio is Building Smart Transportation Infrastructure
Track: Investing for Change
Session - Overcoming the Six Key Challenges to Smart City Progress (from Those Who've Gone Before)
Track: Networked Cities
Five Winning Strategies for Bringing Public Wi-Fi and Mobile Broadband to Your City
Best Practices Roundtables
Strengthening Local Economies Through Smart Cities
12:15 am – 1:30 pm Lunch Break | Expo Hall
Solution and Innovation Sessions | Hub Theater
1:30 pm – 2:45 pm
Track: Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
City Showcase - University-City Coordination for Smart Transportation Infrastructure in Ann Arbor, Michigan
Track: Built Environment
Workshop - Strenghtening Utility-City Partnerships Through Collaboration and Stakeholder Engagement
Track: Networked Cities
Fireside Chat - Five Steps Towards a More Secure City
Track: Smart Infrastructure
Fireside Chat - Smart States Leading the Way Towards Smart Infrastructure
2:45 pm – 3:15 pm Coffee Break | Expo Hall
Solution and Innovation Sessions | Hub Theater
3:15 pm – 4:30 pm Plenary Session
• Keynote Address: Tom Steyer, Founder and President, NextGen Climate
• Measuring Well-Being – A Special Announcement from the Smart Cities Council

*Subject to change

SPEAKERS

Tammy Rimes

Consultant, Speaker, Author

Carl Pope

Former Executive Director and Chairman, Sierra Club

Kishia Powell

Commissioner, City of Atlanta Watershed Management

Ted Lehr

Data Architect with the City of Austin, Texas

David Rouse

Managing Director of Research and Advisory Services, American Planning Association

James Sayer

Director of the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute

Lani Ingram

Vice President of Smart Communities & Venues, Verizon

Tom Steyer

Founder and President, NextGen Climate

Andrey Belozerov

Strategy and Innovations Advisor to CIO of Moscow

Eric Coffman

Chief of the Office of Energy and Sustainability, Montgomery County Department of General Services, Maryland

Dominique Bonte

Vice President and Managing Director, ABI Research

Bob Bennett

Chief Innovation Officer, Kansas City, Missouri

Andrew Buss

Deputy Chief Information Officer, Innovation Management, City of Philadelphia

Colleen Casey

Urban and Community Development Policy Expert, Toyota North America

Dominie Garcia

Smart Cities Program Lead, Battelle Memorial Institute

Jeff Merritt

Chief Innovation Officer, City of New York

Jeff Stovall

Chief Information Officer, City of Charlotte

Andrew Therriault

Chief Data Officer, City of Boston

Ken Clark

Chief Information Officer, City of Indianapolis

Meghan Cook

Program Director for the Center for Technology in Government (CTG) at the University at Albany/SUNY

Adam Beck

Executive Director, Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand

Kevin Bingham

Risk and Analytics Practice, Deloitte Consulting’s Actuarial

Peter Auhl

Chief Information Officer, City of Adelaide

Terry Yates

Smart Cities Chief Innovator for Cary, North Carolina

Jacob Levenson

Founder and CEO, MAP Health Management

Jordan Davis

Director, Smart Cities, Columbus Partnership

Gordon Feller

Co-Founder, Meeting of the Minds

Jennifer Robinson

Councilwoman, Town of Cary, North Carolina

Neill Young

Smart Cities Lead, IoT Team, GSMA

Nico Larco

Associate Professor of Architecture, University of Oregon

Reimund Schwarze

Professor for Environmental Economics, University of Frankfurt/Oder, Germany

Gabriel Auteri

Deputy Chief of Staff, Baltimore City Health Department

Testimonials

Smart Cities Week 2016 was a tremendous success. But don’t take our word for it, here is what the attendees had to say:

  • “It was a pleasure to participate in Smart Cities Week 2016.  It is amazing to see so many people come together to create better cities and innovative urban spaces.  I know that I learned a lot from the speakers on my panel, as well as the audience members and their questions.  I look forward to see what exciting ideas come out of Smart Cities Week 2016, and can't wait for next year's conference.”

    — Angela Fox, President/Chief Executive Officer, Crystal City Business Improvement District - Crystal City Business Improvement District

  • “Smart Cities Week was a great success.  The event provided the perfect platform to showcase the innovation and collaboration that’s currently taking place in the public and private sectors in an effort to build safer, more sustainable cities.”

    — Mike Zeto, General Manager and Executive Director, AT&T Smart Cities - AT&T Smart Cities

  • “I attend several events and workshops, networked and meet people, but also grew my personal knowledge beyond my own small world view of what Smart Cities can be.”

    — Ken Walton, Architect / Urban Designer, NCPC.gov - NCPC.gov

  • “Smart Cities Week was an incredible opportunity to learn about the Smart City environment. The informational sessions and the chances to interact with companies that operate in this space were truly valuable. I learned so much about the topics involved.”

    — Jeffrey M. Ortega, Assistant Director, Department of Public Service, City of Columbus, and Communications Lead for SmartColumbus - City of Columbus and Communications Lead for SmartColumbus

  • “Leading cities are shifting to the Smart City 2.0 model. Smart Cities Week enables city leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs and analysts to define the future for the industry together.  I look forward to coming back!”

    — John Gordon, Chief Digital Officer - GE

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