*Programme subject to change
08:30 - Registration & Expo
09:10 - Chairs introduction & Welcome- Speaker: Iain Stewart MP, Chair of APPG on Smart Cities
09:30 - Making Manchester the smartest City- Speaker: Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester
09:45 - How do we build an intelligent City?- Speaker: Nicola Yates OBE, Chief Executive of Future Cities Catapult
10:05 - Smart Cities; Preparing for a Smart Nation- Speaker: Dr Jacqui Taylor, CEO of FlyingBinary & Smart Cities Advisor to HM Government
10:30 -The UK's Smart transformation- Speaker: The Rt Hon Lord Henley, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
10:45 -Panel Session- How do you make a City Smart?
This panel discussion will address:
11:10 - Refreshments & Expo
Stream 1 - Data
- 11:30 - Chair's Welcome - Speaker: Brian Bishop CEO, Data Performance Consultancy Ltd
- 11:35 - How A.I. can influence UK Cities and Towns - Speaker: Vishal Chatrath, CEO and co-founder, PROWLER.io
- 11:50 - The power of Big Data to improve social and economic outcomes - Speaker: George Johnston, Founder, Nitrous
Data is a critical part of any smart city. But while there's a lot of noise about identifying and collecting new datasets, there's a significant opportunity to revisit the wealth of data that already exists. As data holders, local authorities and central governments are in pole position to effect positive social and economic change; through opening up datasets and creating an environment that fosters innovation.
George Johnston, Founder of Nitrous, will talk about govtech, civtech and the what the public sector's relationship with data could look like in the future.
- 12:00 - Mapping - 5G deployment: think global, act local - Speakers: Ordnance Survey, Met Office and the University of Surrey
- Cities and local authorities will have an increasingly proactive role in shaping the 5G communications rollout within their communities to underpin a range of smart initiatives. This presentation will set out the strategic findings from a recent project in Bournemouth, including the benefits for cities of adopting and maintaining detailed data about the local environment for the successful implementation of 5G.
- 12:15 - Intelligent real-time Data for Transport - Speaker: Cleverciti Systems
- 12:30 - Open data for Smart Cities
- 12:45 - Open data on the urban environment
Stream 2 - Infrastructure
- 11:30 - Chair's Welcome - Speaker: Phil Beecher, Chairman, Wi-SUN Alliance
- 11:35 - The role of IOT in Smart Cities and Towns - Bouygues Energies & Services
- 11:50 - Lighthouse Cities - Speaker: Nathan Pierce, Programme Director of Sharing Cities, Greater London Authority
Sharing Cities is a European Wide research programme exploring how data and smart technology can improve the lives of citizens and make cities more efficient and sustainable, through testing a range of different smart measures and scaling up what works. In this speech Nathan will explore the role of the city and explore how can cities achieve positive change through coming together to learn, aggregate demand and have a proactive impact on the marketplace through joint procurement of smart tech and innovation.
- 12:05 - Creating an Adaptable City - Speaker: Dr Ian Lewis, Director of Infrastructure Investment, The University of Cambridge
- 12:20 - How asset sharing platforms are an easy win for smart cities - Speaker: Daniel O Connor, CEO, Warp-It
- 12:35 - Easy to grow but difficult to grow 'SMART'Speaker: James Rayner, Board Director at Broadway Malyan
Stream 3 - Citizen Engagement
- 11:30 - Chair's Welcome - Speaker: CEO and Cofounder Benjamin Snow, Civocracy
- 11:35 - Health & Wellbeing for citizens - Speaker: Declan Hadley, Digital Health Lead, Lancashire and Cumbria Change Programme
How consumer-centric technology can be used to empower people, giving them access to their own health data and enabling them to use it to improve their health and wellbeing.
- 11:50 - Designing a city for smart citizens - Speaker: Priya Prakesh, Founder, D4SC
- 12:05 - Addressing Congestion in the Smart City - Speaker: Dan Clarke, Smart Cambridge Programme Manager, Connecting Cambridgeshire
- 12:20 - E- Tourism and the role it can play on boosting the economy - Speaker: Richard Veal, Managing Director, New Mind tellUS
New Mind provides e-Tourism solutions for 150 destinations across the UK. The cornerstone of their work is the aggregation of a rich, up-to-date, database of all tourism product including accommodation, attractions, activities, retail, eateries and events. Additionally, the visit websites and apps that the company produces attract over 100 million user sessions per year and this big data could be mined to give insight into the future intentions of tourists to the destination. All of the above is accessible via a documented API and Richard is keen to explore how this could be utilised by interested parties working in the Smart City space.
- 12:35 - Q&A
12:55 - Lunch & Expo
13:55 - Elevator Pitching - The EIT Digital Accelerator Smart Cities Start-up challenge
Please visit Elevator Section for more details on how to enter
Stream 4 - Security
- 14:35 - Chair's Welcome - Speaker: Brian Sims BA (Hons) Hon FSyI, Editor, Risk UK
- 14:40 - Smart Surveillance - “How a single data source can drive multiple traffic enforcement and management applications including Clean Air Zones” - Speaker: Tim Daniels, Sales & Marketing Director, Videalert
- How open data platform approach supports multiple internal/external consumers
- Examples of multiple applications supported through a single platform
- Open data platform approach allows partnering with best of breed technologies to deliver end-to-end solutions – focus on clean air zones and Imperial partnership solution
- Importance of standards such as ONVIF to this type of integrated solution
- Hosted Platform – quick and easy way to deploy such solutions
Topics to be covered:
- 14:55 - Smart Cities & the Next Generation of Cyber Threats - Speaker: Andrew Tsonchev, Director of Technology, Darktrace Industrial
- 15:10 - Subject TBC - Speaker: TBC
- 15:25 - Q&A
Stream 5 - Workforce
- 14:35 - Chair's Welcome - Speaker: Andrew Collings, Public Sector Lead, Neyber
- 14:40 - Digitally Innate Citizens & Workforce - Speaker: Dr David Hardman MBE, Chief Executive Officer, Innovation Birmingham Ltd
The Innovation Birmingham Campus orchestrates a community of digital innovators and entrepreneurs; providing them with opportunity to innovate through partnership. The journey to new products and services is often serendipitous, so bringing together the widest possible range of people from the city is the best way to drive digital adoption.
This presentation will focus on how we digitally drive forward the next generation of employees with the appropriate education and skills. The presentation will cover how Innovation Birmingham is engaging them to address a journey of life-long learning and recognition that the way in which they learn and want to work is different. Harnessing these new approaches we will deliver a presentation for the next generation of innovators and a motivated work-force.
- 14:55 - How Augmented Reality is changing staff training and skills - Speaker: Michael Lewis, Digitally Assisted Assembly Technical Lead, AMRC
The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre with Boeing helps manufacturers of any size to become more competitive by introducing advanced techniques, technologies and processes. It is part of the AMRC Group, a cluster of world-class centres for industry-focused research and development of technologies used in high-value manufacturing sectors. The AMRC is built on strategic partnerships, and within the brand new state of the art Factory 2050, the digital manufacturing team are working with a large number of digital technology providers to understand how the application of disruptive technology can improve production, increase quality, and drive traceability. Under the banners of digitally assisted assembly and manufacturing informatics, the digital manufacturing team develop connected, intelligent applications, incorporating both augmented and virtual reality, through both fixed, mobile and wearable platforms.
The presentation will be an introduction to virtual and augmented technology work being conducted at the AMRC and how this is driving the skills and training agenda.
- 15:10 - Case Study: Sensor City - Speaker: Alison Mitchell, Executive Director, Sensor City
Sensor City is a collaboration between the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University and is a flagship University Enterprise Zone. We enable industry and academic partners in a range of sectors to translate their innovative sensor concepts into commercially viable solutions. This presentation will examine the important role of "Hands on" concepts which can drive innovation, provide platforms for organisations and solve challe for Cities and Towns
- 15:25 - Q&A