May 15th, 2018

Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, LLC

1152 15th Street, Washington D.C., 20005

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It’s #TimeToBuild, and we believe the timing is perfect to consider technology and connectivity as new infrastructure is built, as a fundamental part of the thinking, planning, investment, implementation and ongoing management of “smarter smart communities.”

Smart City Works is hosting a day-long seminar in Washington, DC as part of Infrastructure Week, an annual series of events.

Our seminar will focus on the intersection of the physical and digital worlds, bringing experts in building smarter villages, towns and cities using connected solutions. Whether more efficient roads, bridges, tunnels and public transportation, the control and management of energy usage that reduces cost and carbon emissions, the use of cameras incorporated into assets to enable law enforcement to keep citizens safer and respond to natural disasters faster – technology is the lifeblood of next generation public investment in sustainable infrastructure.

Agenda

TimeTitleDescription
8:30-9:00AMArrival and Check-in Arrival and Check-in
9:00-9:10AMWelcomeSmart City Works Team, HOSTS: Greg, Robert , David with Anthony Kim
9:10AM-9:35AMTalk: The Road to Resilient CitiesDon DeLoach - President Chief Operations Officer, Centri Technology; Advisory Board Member, Microshare
9:35-10:00AMTalk: Smart Regions Scale the Impact of Connected CommunitiesBrad Bush - CSO, Carnegie Technology
10:00-10:25AMTalk: The Multi-Dimensional Nature of Security and Its Relevance To Urban ResiliencyDelia Smith - VP Marketing, Dispersive Technologies
10:25-10:40AMBREAK
10:40-11:05AMTalk: Not Just Smarter Cities – Safer CitiesBita Milanian - SVP Global Marketing, Ribbon Communications
Raj Devi - Co-founder and CEO Chenoa Information Systems
11:05-11:30AMTalk: Making a Smart Community; Finding Resiliency & Efficiencies through Infrastructure ImprovementsLisa Brown - Senior National Director, Municipal Infrastructure & Smart Cities, Johnson Controls
11:30-11:55AMTalk: The Future of Smart City PlatformsGlen Allmendinger - Founder and President, Harbor Research
11:55-12:35PMTalk: Cybersecurity Smackdown on IoT and Smart InfrastructureHost: David Heyman - Co-Founder Smart City Works, and Former Assistant Secretary for Policy at DHS
Anthony Kim - Founder and Global Co-Chair; Cyber, Privacy & Data Innovation practice, Orrick
Irving Lachow - Principal Cyber Security Engineer, MITRE Corporation
Matthew Eggers - Vice President of Cybersecurity Policy; Cyber, Intelligence, and Security division, U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
12:35-1:15PMLunch Break and Networking
1:15-2:00PMPanel: How to Design Smarter Infrastructure for Our New WorldHost: George D. Thomas - Global Director, Smart Infrastructure, Hatch Ltd.& Founder, New Urban Informatics
Panellist: Biju George - Chief Operations Officer, DC Water
Panellist: Matt Hoffman - VP, Innovation, Enterprise Community Partners
2:00-2:25PMTalk: Financing the Next Generation of InfrastructureKeith Hennessy - Head of Public Private Partnerships, Bechtel
2:25-2:50PMTalk: Mobility that Enhances the HumanPam O'Connor - Council Member, Santa Monica City Council
2:50-3:15PMTalk: The Economics of Connection in a Smart City MovementStacy Scopano - Vice President of Innovation, Skanska USA Inc.
3:15-3:35PMBreak
3:35-4:00PMTalk: Open Ecosystems & Blockchain Accelerate Digital Infrastructure in Smart CitiesPhilip des Autels - Chief Product Officer, Device Tone, Cloud of Things
Michael Hathaway - Co-Founder and CEO, Windmill Enterprise
4:05-4:30PMTalk: Investing in Infrastructure TechnologyJake Fingert - Partner, Camber Creek; Board Member, Smart City Works
4:30-4:55Digital and Innovation Strategies for the Infrastructure IndustryTim McManus - VP Infrastructure, McKinsey & Company
5:00-CloseRECEPTIONMeet the Innovators – Join us for wine and cheese and meet the companies leading the charge in Smart City Innovation.
Capital Construction Solution (Construction Techniques)
PlanITimpact (Building Design)
Greater Places (Smart City Marketplace)
Accure (AI Analytics Platform)
InfraShares (Infrastructure Crowdfunding)
Matrix Materials (Road Technology)
Indeco (Blockchain Technology)
ESI (Urban Risk Modeling)
Cviker (Urban Visualization)
Datakwip (Building Intelligence)
FEND (IoT Cyber Security)
Moja Wallet (Multi-Modal Transportation)
GoSPACE Tech (Smart Parking)

Smart City Works Supporters

Media Sponsors

Thought Leadership Sponsors

Speakers

Bita Milanian

Ribbon Communications

Don Deloach

Author/Visionary

Jake Fingert

Camber

Philip des Autels

DeviceTone

Anthony Kim

Orrick

Matt Hoffman

Enterprise Community Partners

David Heyman

Smart City Works

Brad Bush

Carnegie Technologies

Lisa Brown

Johnson Controls

Stacy Scopano

Skanska Corp.

Raj Devi

Chenoa

Pam O'Connor

Santa Monica City Council

Irving Lachow

MITRE Corporation

Delia Smith

Dispersive Technologies

Glen Almendinger

Harbor Research

Michael Hathaway

Windmill Enterprise

Tim McManus

McKinsey Consultants

Biju George

DC Water

Keith Hennessey

Bechtel

Matthew Eggers

U.S Chamber of Commerce

Free Registration

May 15

Smart City Works Infrastructure Week Digital Community Seminar


 

About Smart City Works

Our mission is to build and launch next generation IoT infrastructure start-ups.

We are a new class of non-profit business accelerator to take the best ideas and inventions in civil infrastructure and technology and transform them into high-performing growth businesses that improve livability, operations, and resilience of cities.

Specifically, we:

  1. Identify and speed commercialization of the most promising ideas and companies focused on improving how we design, build, and operate civil infrastructure;
  2. Support business development and growth strategy development for start-ups, emerging companies and even mature ventures;
  3. Foster local and regional economic development.

 

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www.smartcityworks.io

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