AGENDA

Wednesday, January 30 Thursday, January 31 Friday, February 1
Exhibit Hall Hours 5:00 - 7:00pm 11:00am - 4:00pm 11:00am - 2:00pm

Days


Tracks

Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Wednesday, January 30, 2019
11:15am
Wednesday - 1/30/19
The Smart Cities Track (Grand Ballroom D)
Introductions+ Smart Cities Ecosystems and Sustainability
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Automated Parking Corp.
The Internet of Things often represents small elements that have big impact when applied the level of a city or region. This session starts by looking at how some incremental deployments have tremendous impact.
  The Smart Cities Track
11:45am
Wednesday - 1/30/19
The Smart Cities Track (Grand Ballroom D)
Lessons from the Greater City of Atlanta
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Atlanta has embraced the adoption of Smart City solutions for themselves and the region. This panel discusses the strategies involved at a local and regional level.
  The Smart Cities Track
1:00pm
Wednesday - 1/30/19
The Smart Cities Track (Grand Ballroom D)
Around the Nation Looking at Success in Sustainability
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For most of the world resources are scarce and need to be properly managed. For those that live where resources are abundant the issue is one of caretaking. The bottom line is the need is universal to manage, monitor and protect sustainable resources. This session looks at the full spectrum of using IoT with Sustainable resources.
  The Smart Cities Track
1:30pm
Wednesday - 1/30/19
The Smart Cities Track (Grand Ballroom D)
Smart Street Lighting: The strategic Backbone for Smart Cities IoT
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Street lighting is ubiquitous, and therefore Smart Lighting controllers can potentially carry numerous sources of data. Once every street lamp is connected, cities can favorably exploit a wireless network canopy, 30 feet in the air, enabling interaction with a wide variety of assets such as smart edge-vision and sound-recognition systems, environmental sensors, digital displays, actuators, etc. The connected assets can then be controlled and monitored remotely through dedicated open, expandable and secure interfaces.
  The Smart Cities Track
2:00pm
Wednesday - 1/30/19
The Smart Cities Track (Grand Ballroom D)
Picking the Brains of US Smart Cities
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City of Wilson, NC
FirstNet
NC RIoT
You have a Smart City strategy. Now what? The answer is in the analytics. How do you take the information gained and make Big Data – relevant data. This is a discussion about the lessons learned in delivering on the promise of IoT in Smart Cities.
  The Smart Cities Track
2:30pm
Wednesday - 1/30/19
The Smart Cities Track (Grand Ballroom D)
How Smarter Cities Can Lead to Smarter Public Safety
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Cradlepoint
City of Baltimore, MD
Chariot Solutions
In order for IoT and Smart Cities to support public safety, our first responders need fast access to critical data during emergencies. Former Baltimore Fire Chief Ray Lehr will discuss this challenge, share an overview of FirstNet, and spotlight recent cutting-edge projects that are currently leveraging this technology.
  The Smart Cities Track
Thursday, January 31, 2019
9:00am
Thursday - 1/31/19
The Smart Cities Track (Grand Ballroom D)
Intelligent Transportation for Smart Cities
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Department of For-Hire Vehicles
EastBanc Technologies
DC’s Department of For-Hire Vehicles
When it comes to commuting, timing is everything. With IoT timing can become even more precise and valuable to the customer base. This session is looks at how people move and how solutions can be deployed for mass transit and personal transportation including bikes and scooters.
  The Smart Cities Track
9:30am
Thursday - 1/31/19
The Smart Cities Track (Grand Ballroom D)
Connected Governments as the Future of Innovation and Cultivators of Authentic Smart Cities
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The City of Seat Pleasant
The technology used in Seat Pleasant's Digital Transformation includes an operational data platform (i.e. command and control platform, smart city platform) that allows Cities to aggregate data from disparate sources and visualize that data in a single view. This allows the City to share data across departments, and the solution also allows for the development of KPIs for measuring productivity and SOPs for improving the efficiency of processes. The solution was developed by IBM and is called the Intelligent Operations Center. There is a Public Safety/Emergency Management Module/Add-on to the IBM Intelligent Operations Center that was developed by Priority 5. This component allows our public safety individuals monitor crime activity across jurisdictions, plan for emergencies by understanding the interdependencies of critical infrastructure and respond effectively to emergencies by improving communication and coordination.
  The Smart Cities Track
3:00pm
Thursday - 1/31/19
The Smart Cities Track (Grand Ballroom D)
How to Make Smart Cities Stay Smart with Open Source Projects
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City of Wilson, NC
Siemens AG
Toshiba Corporation
Power plants, radar systems, traffic lights, communications and weather systems are ingrained in our every day life. Many of these infrastructure systems exist for decades, if not longer, so security and longevity are paramount. Currently, all of these systems are built from scratch, with little re-use of existing software building blocks, which drains resources, money and time. It also leads to fragmentation and duplication of effort. This is where open source comes in. Many of these critical civil infrastructure systems are powered by Linux or Debian, which offers a golden opportunity to streamline efforts. For example. Civil Infrastructure Platform (CIP), aims to speed implementation of Linux-based civil infrastructure systems, build upon existing open source foundations and expertise, establish de facto standards by providing a base layer reference implementation, and contribute to and influence upstream projects regarding industrial needs.
  The Smart Cities Track
3:30pm
Thursday - 1/31/19
The Smart Cities Track (Grand Ballroom D)
A Roadmap to Smart Gigabit Cities - Powered by US Ignite
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US Ignite
How can cities set themselves up to be Smart Gigabit Communities? What are the missing pieces that cities need to unlock before they can foster tech adoption? Join Scott Turnbull for a programmatic overview of recent US Ignite projects, including a discussion of IoT trends and a roadmap for fostering both innovation and adoption.
  The Smart Cities Track
Friday, February 01, 2019

 

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