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Conference Programme

Day 1: 10 May 2017
Time Room A
1000-1100 hrs Opening Ceremony
1100-1130 hrs Networking break
1130-1300 hrs Inaugural Conference Session: Smarter Solutions for a Better Tomorrow
1300-1400 hrs Lunch
Time Room A: Urban Planning
1400-1530 hrs Session: City Planning

To be decided

Knowledge Partner Presentation:
from Pwc

Keynote Speaker:
from Oracle

• Mr. Adrien Defosse, Landscape Architect, Troisieme Paysage, Paris
• Mr. Ashish Mathur, Managing Director, JUSCO
• Mr. Christian Bardon, President & CEO, Votre City, Monaco
• Dr. (Mrs.) Jyoti Parikh, Executive Director, Integrated Research and Action for Development (IRADe), India
• Mr. Marcus Jeutner, Research Associate, Institute for Urban and Regional Planning / Partner, insar consult, Germany
• Mr. Surya Jeedigunta, CEO, 3P Foundation, India
• Mr. Pier Roberto Remitti, Team Leader, GFA Consulting Group GmbH, Turkey

Discussion Points:
• Mission to transform nation
• Challenges in implementing mission
• Vision and goals
• Strategic plans and roadmap
• Essential elements
• Pan city or area based development
• Engaging citizens to achieve goals
1530-1545 hrs Networking break
1545 -1715 hrs Session: Urban Design: Role of Architecture

Chair: Prof. Chetan Vaidya, Director, School of Planning and Architecture, India

Keynote Speaker: Ms. Sheila Sri Prakash, Founder, Shilpa Architects, India

• Mr. Rajendra Kumar, Principal Architect, Architect Rajendra Kumar & Associates, India
• Mr. Sebastian Elsen, Associate Dean, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, India
• Ms. Meera Malegaonkar, Director, BEEE Design Hub, India
• Mr. Amit Khanna, Design Principal, AKDA, India
• Mr. Ilija Vukorep, Professor (Digital Design), Brandenburg Technical University, Architect / Co-Founder, LOMA, Germany
• Mr. Damian Wagner, Senior Project Manager-Smart Cities, Fraunhofer-Institute for Industrial Engineering (IAO), Germany
• Mr. Andreas Binkert, Vice President, Nuesch Development, Switzerland

Discussion Points:
• Refurbishment of existing cities
• Pan city or region wise development
• Design for new cities/townships
• Urban landscaping

Day 2: 11 May 2017
Time Room A: Urban Planning
1000-1130 hrs Session: Communication Network and Infrastructure

Chair: Dr. Rajan Mathews, Director General, COAI, India

Keynote Speaker:
Shri Jayesh Ranjan, IAS, Secretary, Information Technology, Electronics and Communications (ITE&C) Department
Government of Telangana*

CEO Speaks:
Dr Nikhil Agarwal, CEO, Innovation Society, IT, Electronics & Communications Department, Govt. of AP, India

• Mr. Kiran Solipuram, Sr. Solutons Consultant, Cyient, Australia
• Dr. Krishna Kumar, Professor, Aerospace Engineering, Ryerson University and Founder and President of iSac Systems, Canada
• Mr. Vipin Tyagi, Èxecutive Director, C-DOT, India
• Lt Gen (Dr) SP Kochhar, (Retd),CEO, Telecom Sector Skill Council, India
• Mr. Vinay Thapliyal, Head – MCU & LoRa, STMicroelectronics India
• Mr. Jens Hauggaard, Sales Manager, MinebeaMitsumi, Switzerland
• Speaker from Mediatek*
• Speaker from Sterlite*

Discussion Points:
• Resource and network management
• Quality of service mechanisms for wireless networks
• Integration and co-existence of technologies and networks
• Sensor technologies and applications
• Wireless networks
• Experimental network measurements and characterization for data traffic
1130-1145 hrs Networking break
1145 -1315 hrs Session: Translating IoT into Innovation and Better Services

Moderator: from PwC

Keynote Speaker: Mr. Brian J. Kracik, Sr. Director, Product Marketing Enterprise and Cloud Solutions, Oracle, Inc.

• Mr. Sandeep Agarwal, Sr. VP Engineering and R &D Services, Happiest Mind Technologies
• Mr. Pavan Kolahal, Engagement Manager, Ericsson, India
• Mr. Uttam Kumar, Head-New Technologies Innovation and Incubation (Mobile, Entreprise and Banking), Aircel Ltd., India
• Mr. Chirag Jain, Founder and CEO, Get My Parking, India
• Mr. Juergen Hase, CEO, Unlimit by Reliance, India
• Mr. Parag Wate, Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher, Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences (HFT), Germany
• Mr. Prasoon Sharma, MD, ZTEsoft, India & South Asia
• Mr. Ramakrishna Dasari, Managing Director & CEO at Efftronics Systems Pvt. Ltd., India
• Mr. Vivek Sharma, MD, STMicroelectronics, India
• Mr. Venkata Mane Program Manager, Velocity, U&G, Cyient Ltd., India

Discussion Points:
• Smart, connected products are brining urban transformation
• Data-driven business models creating new revenue streams
• Power of IoT and M2M technology
• Convergence of the digital and physical world
• Comparison from a universal standard
• Cloud enables IoT innovation?
• Human intervention with smart devices and technologies
1315-1400 hrs Lunch
1400-1530 hrs Session: Building Safe and Secure Cities

Chair: Mr. NSN Murty, Executive Director & Leader, Smart Cities , PwC, India

Keynote Speaker: Mr. Joel Cherkis, GVP, Infrastructure, Education and Health, Oracle
Special Address: Shri Mahesh Giri, Member of Parliament, Govt. of India*

• Mr. Rajesh Mathur, Advisor, ESRI, India
• Mr. Brijesh Malik, Vice President - Business Development, Dehn India Pvt. Ltd., India
• Mr. Kamal Arora, Sales Director, Honeywell Building Solutions, India • Speaker from Hitachi
• Shri Amulya Patnaik, IPS, Commissioner of Police, Delhi, India*
• Shri Hanif Qureshi, IPS, Commissioner of Police, Faridabad, India*
• Shri Sandeep Khirwar, IPS, Commissioner of Police, Gurugram, India*
• Dr. Sanjay Bahl, ICERT, India*
• Smt. Lalitha Kumaramangalam, Chairperson, National Commission for Women, India*

Discussion Points:
• Safety in urban environment
• Emerging challenges to human and national security
• Women safety
• Smart policing
• Law enforcement
• Developing smart security solutions
• Application of GIS technology
• Cyber security risk management
1530-1545 hrs Networking break
1545-1715 hrs Session: e-Governance for Smart Cities

Chair: Shri Gaurav Dwivedi, IAS, CEO, MyGov, India*

Special Address: Shri J. K. Dadoo, IAS, Additional Secretary, Department of Commerce, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Govt. of India

CEO Speaks:
• Ms. S. Radha Chauhan, President & CEO, National e-Governance Division, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Government of India*

Keynote Speaker: Mr. Jakub Polec, MEA - Digital Transformation Program Manager, Oracle

Lead Speaker: Shri Anand Madia, Secretary of State, e-Governance, Govt. of Sikkim, India

• Dr. Shalini Urs, Founder Chairperson, Myra School of Business, India
• Ms. Mateja Geder, Managing Director, GraVita Media, Slovenia
• Mr. Tanmoy Chakrabarty, Vice President & Head: Government Industry Solutions Unit ( ISU ), Tata Consultancy Services, India
• Mr. Sushovon Saha, e-Governance Specialist Consultant for Smart Cities and Digital India, Ex- Chairman, CSI Dehradun Chapter, India
• Mr. Umesh Jain, Founder, AasPaas, India
• Mr Viraj Tyagi, CEO, eGovernments Foundation, India • Mr. Nitin Akhaury, Managing Director, Decos Asia, India

Discussion Points:
• Minimum government and maximum governance
• Citizen’s engagements in building good governance
• Capacity building through e-Governance
• Urban local governance: have reforms been effective?

Day 3: 12 May 2017
Time Room A: Urban Planning
1000-1130 hrs Session: Solid waste management in cities

Chair: Shri A.B. Akolkar, Member Secretary, CPCB, India*

Lead Speaker: Mr. Kulwant Singh, Founder, 3R Waste Foundation, India

• Mr. R. Rajmohan, Chief Executive Officer, Development Environergy Services Limited, India
• Mr. Siddharth Hande, Founder & CEO, Kabadiwalla Connect, India
• Mr. R Venkateswaran, Sr. Vice President, Presistent Systems Ltd., India
• Mr. Milen Volkmar, Director-International Sales and Innovation, Germany
• Ms. Pinky Chandran, Director, Jain University and Member, SWMRT, India
• Dr. Panagiotis Karamanos, Team Leader, EU Technical Cooperation for Environment in India Project, New Delhi, India
• Mr. Alexandra Knezovich, Program Manager, Toilet Board Coalition, Switzerland
• Mr. Ravi Aggarwal, Director, Toxic Links, India*
• Ms. Bharati Chaturvedi, Director, Chintan, India*

Discussion Points:
• Waste management: current approaches, gaps, solutions
• Waste collection, segregation and characterization
• Reduce, Reuse, Refuse, Recycle
• Landfill management
• Swacch Bharath / Clean India programmes
1130-1145 hrs Networking break
1145 -1315 hrs Session: Role of Geospatial Technologies in Enabling Smart Cities - by Geospatial Media & Communications

• Mr. Sanjay Sahay, Vice President-Sales, Cyient ltd., India

Discussion points:
• Enhancing awareness about geospatial technology benefits in city mechanisms and increasing adoption across various smart city pillars
• Challenges that urban development and planning authorities face in effective technology implementation
• Importance of Building Information Modeling (BIM) creating a sustainable smart city
• Aligning their existing technology knowledge + capacities of human resources to strengthen geospatial capacities
• Enhancing collaboration between authorities, business and citizens; collaboration between city professionals, technology and service providers; since a great vision, leadership, governance and execution will enable smart cities.
• Making use of the huge amount of data generated by mobile phones as an asset to city government
• Synergy between urban administrations and private sector to facilitate technology transfer
• Role of Big Data and IOT
1315-1400 hrs Lunch
1400-1530 hrs Session: Health and the Cities

Chair: Shri Alok Kumar, (IAS), Adviser, (Administration/Health/FR/Nutrition, WCD, Industry), Niti Aayog, Govt. of India*
Keynote Address: Speaker from Bosch, India

Spl Addresses: Dr. Henk Bekedam, WHO Representative to India
CEO Speaks: Dr. Jitendar Sharma, Chief Executive Officer, Andhra Med Tech Zone, India

• Mr. Meiling Geo, Chief Operating Officer, Clarity Movement Co., USA
• Mr. Jagdish Harsh, CMD, Mobiloitte, India
• Ms. Monalisa Sen, ICLEI, India
• Ms. Prarthna Borah, Clean Air Asia, India*
• National Health Missions*

Discussion Points:
• Emerging issues in urban environmental health
• Age friendly cities
• Services and capacity for public health
• Climate change and air pollution
• Innovation to create self-aware and smart healthy cities
• Citizens responsibility in creating healthy cities
1530-1545 hrs Networking break
1545-1715 hrs
Smart Citie India Awards 2016
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