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Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Wednesday, February 12, 2020
Thursday, February 13, 2020
1:00pm
Thursday - 2/13/20
Smart City (Room 118)
Discuss: Public-Private Partnerships for SC Success
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Executive Vice President Wilco Program Manager Geekdom SVP, Digital Transformation ABB Director of Public Works & Engineering City of Peachtree Corners SolutionsPath Consultant, Smart Cities, Analytics and IoT Solutions, North America Tech Data
When the concept of Smart Cities first took off some government funding became available for investing in solutions, that made the City the boss. Then various utilities started enabling solutions and the companies were driving decisions. How can smart cities be a win / win for enterprise and government? What are realistic goals to be made between the partners? Do smart cities have to have visible results for the politicians to have public support?
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  Best Practices Theatre
  Smart City
  Smart IIoT
2:00pm
Thursday - 2/13/20
Smart City (Room 118)
Spotlight: Analytics for Municipalities
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A politician is used to seeing poll numbers, but smart city solutions are not always visible to the public. The implementations of Smart Cities show a wide range of opportunity. How can analytics be used in a smart city? Do analytics make for better decisions? What are the metrics a Smart City should be judged by?
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  Best Practices Theatre
  Smart City
  Smart IIoT
2:30pm
Thursday - 2/13/20
Smart City (Room 118)
Spotlight: Smart City Security
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VP, Customers NanoLock Security
This spotlight session will explore the unique concerns in securing a Hyper-connected Smart City.
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  Best Practices Theatre
  Smart City
3:00pm
Thursday - 2/13/20
Smart City (Room 118)
Discuss: How Smart Cities Will Leverage the Edge
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Head of City Partnerships Worth Director, Information Technology City of Coral Gables, FL Business Development Manager, Smart Cities Axis Communications, Inc Owner/Founder
Most cities have centralized systems; the board of Ed, the Municipal services, the mayor’s office. The edge, on the other hand, is where the smart cities “things” are being deployed; street lighting, parking systems, schools. What are the implications for city IT departments to support edge solutions? Find out how the can the edge be integrated into existing systems and what new services are enabled by deploying at the edge.
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  Best Practices Theatre
  Smart City
  Smart IIoT
4:00pm
Thursday - 2/13/20
Smart City (Room 118)
Discuss: Using Data to Drive Smart City
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General Manager of Intelligent Cities Current by GE Attorney Ice Miller LLP Sr. Director Visa Inc. Chief Architect Knights of Columbus
A city is a font of useful and actionable data. To be a Smart City, municipalities must learn to capture and capitalize on that data. In this session, our panel will discuss the power and uses of Data and Analytics to make cities smarter.
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  Smart City
  Smart IIoT
Friday, February 14, 2020

 

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