Exhibits will be in Room 103 from 09:00 – 18:00

April 5, 2018

Registration

07:30  -  16:00
2nd Floor

Registration — Second Floor of AT&T Conference Center

Continental Breakfast & Coffee

07:30  -  09:00

Continental Breakfast & Coffee

Exhibits

09:00  -  18:00
Room 103

Exhibits will be in room 103 from 09:00 – 18:00

Welcome to Austin and Opening Remarks

09:00  -  09:30
Room 204

Welcome to Austin and Opening Remarks

Keynote: coming soon

09:30  -  10:00
Room 204

Keynote: coming soon

Malaysia IRDA Smart City Initiatives

10:00  -  10:30
Room 204

Malaysia Prime Minister, Dato’ Sri Najib Tun Razak has endorsed the smart city initiative in the Global Science and Innovation Advisory Council in May 2012, with a vision to benefit and transform the living standards of people in Malaysia through a sustainable economic and technology ecosystem. This initiative will also empower and connect rural countries […]

Networking and Coffee

10:30  -  11:00
First Floor

Networking and Coffee on First Floor

Are Shared Autonomous Vehicles the Ultimate Smart City Application?

11:00  -  11:45

Recently the City of Austin released its Smart Mobility Roadmap with a focus on shared, electric, and autonomous mobility. In this session Karl Popham, the roadmap’s electrification lead, will define why each of these three components are important for Austin and its utility. This includes Austin’s Smart City vision to address mobility, congestion, affordability, and […]

Current and Future State of Autonomous Vehicles and Electrified Vehicle Infrastructure

11:45  -  12:30
Room 204

Current and Future State of Autonomous Vehicles and Electrified Vehicle Infrastructure

Smart Grid Interoperabilty and Cybersecurity

11:45  -  12:30
Room 104

Smart Grid Interoperabilty and Cybersecurity

Austin Smart City Initiatives

11:45  -  12:30
Room 105

The panel will update the audience with some of the current initiatives launched by Austin CityUp towards building Austin as a smart city.  This include smart second street lab, mobility, health, education and others. Moderator: Fawzi Behmann Panelists: Rob Silverberg Chris Blanding Brian Dietrich

Track 1.1

11:45  -  12:30
Room 106

Track 1.1

Track 2.1

11:45  -  12:30
Room 107

Track 2.1

Lunch

12:30  -  14:00
Tejas Room

Lunch in Tejas Room

A Taste of Future Transportation Technologies in the Real World

14:00  -  15:30
Room 204

This panel will discuss ongoing and prospective pilots to deploy and incentivize the use of innovative technologies in real transportation networks, including autonomous vehicles, electric vehicles and innovative transit solutions.

Cybersecurity and Smart Cities

14:00  -  14:45
Room 104

What the Global Community Can Teach Us on Smart City Approaches

14:00  -  14:45
Room 105

This Panel will bring about greater awareness of best of class examples of smart cities such as Sweden, Mexico and EU Funded Smart cities research projects.

Track 1.2

14:00  -  14:45
Room 107

Track 1.2

Track 2.2

14:00  -  14:45
Room 107

Track 2.2

Distribution Grid Automation Powering Smart Cities

14:45  -  15:30
Room 104

In this panel you will learn about the latest use cases and technologies that utilities are deploying to further automated their power grids while also aligning themselves as providers of smart city infrastructure and services for the customers that they serve. As an example, Austin Energy services the Cities of Austin, Rollingwood, West Lake Hills, […]

Texas Use Cases for Smart Cities: Vision, Assumptions, Beliefs, Expectations

14:45  -  15:30
Room 105

Smart city leaders across from Dallas to San Antonio to Austin share the smart city initiatives and use cases

Track 1.3

14:45  -  15:30
Room 106

Track 1.3

Track 2.3

14:45  -  15:30
Room 107

Track 2.3

Networking and Coffee

15:30  -  16:00
First Floor

Networking and Coffee

IPv6-based New Internet and Impact of Smart Cities

16:00  -  16:45

In the meantime the US has become number 1 IPv6 nation in the world while India had the lead for a couple of months with some 100 M IPv6 users http://6lab.cisco.com/stats/ IPv6 will be the driving IP Protocols for IoT, Smart GRID, and thereby for Smart Cities. Promoting IPv4 now to cities is irresponsible as NAT […]

From Academia to Market: Translational Research and Transition to Practice Plans to build the Digital Energy Infrastructure for Smart Cities

16:00  -  16:45
Room 105

Energy and more specifically, smart, reliable, affordable and sustainable energy is one of the key infrastructures (services) in any successful Smart City project. This type of projects has the basic goal of improving people’s lives and the quality of living of its citizens using technology to enhance and improve such basic services as public safety, […]

Track 1.4

16:00  -  16:45
Room 106

Track 1.4

Track 2.4

16:00  -  16:45
Room 107

Track 2.4

Transportation TBD

16:00  -  16:45
Room 204

Transportation TBD

Closing: Key Takeaways for Thursday

16:45  -  17:00
Room 204

Closing: Key Takeaways for Thursday

Banquet

18:00  -  21:00

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