January 31, 2018

Thursday, June 21st

9:00 – 11:15

KEYNOTE & CITY LIGHTING PITCHES
Welcoming Remarks by Mayor Ted Wheeler

11:15 – 11:30

NETWORKING BREAK

11:30 – 1:00

KEYNOTE PANEL LUNCH

1:00 – 2:00

SMART CITY ROUNDTABLES

Smart City Operators: What Have You Learned and What Are Your Challenges?

Adnan Baykal
Global Technical Advisor
Global Cyber Alliance

The Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) will conduct a roundtable discussion with smart city operators and learn from their challenges and successes on smart city implementation, and how those can inform the development of solutions in an IoT cyber range, ultimately benefiting smart city operators around the world.

1:30 – 4:00

BREAKOUT SESSIONS ONE

This panel will discuss navigating current local, state, federal, and global policies and what policies/regulations are needed and explore why cooperative governance and mutual trust are essential in advancing smart transportation solutions.

MODERATOR

Geoffrey Urbach
Senior Associate, 
Summit Strategies

PANELISTS

Carlos M. Braceras, P.E.
Executive Director, Utah Department of Transportation

Rani Narula-Woods
Sr. Director, Special Projects, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

David Strickland
Partner – Venable, LLP Counsel –  Self-Driving Coalition for Safer Streets

Sol Salinas
Managing Director, Mobility & Global Lead –  Smart Cities, Accenture

This panel will explore last mile transit solutions including micro-transit, Bike, and walking. It will discuss multi-modal solutions and how to coordinate mutli-modal fleets.

MODERATOR

Ken Montler
CEO, Mobility Cubed

PANELISTS

Jeff Allen
Executive Director, Forth

Kris Bailey
COO, Electric Cabs of North America

Joe Cortright
Economist, Impresa


This workshop will bring together US DOT Smart Cities Challenge finalist cities, and others, to discuss opportunities for future collaboration among those cities.

MODERATOR
Smart Cities Lab

WORKSHOP CITIES
Austin
Denver
Portland
Seattle

This workshop will select an urban transit hub (a place where two or more modes of travel converge) and use a process known as civic ecology to explore how such a hub can meet the needs of citizens.

MODERATOR
Tim Smith, Principal
Sera Architects


This Symposium will provide a leading venue for the presentation of the highest-quality original research, groundbreaking ideas, and compelling insights on future trends in Smart City Technology and Deployment.

BREAKOUT SESSIONS TWO

This panel will discuss navigating current local, state, federal, and global policies and what policies/regulations are needed and explore why cooperative governance and mutual trust are essential in advancing smart transportation solutions.

MODERATOR

Geoffrey Urbach
Senior Associate, 
Summit Strategies

PANELISTS

Carlos M. Braceras, P.E.
Executive Director, Utah Department of Transportation

Rani Narula-Woods
Sr. Director, Special Projects, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

David Strickland
Partner – Venable, LLP Counsel –  Self-Driving Coalition for Safer Streets

Sol Salinas
Managing Director, Mobility & Global Lead –  Smart Cities, Accenture

This panel will explore the impact of Connected Electric Vehicles (CAV) on last mile transit solutions and the built environment.

MODERATOR

Ken Montler
CEO, Mobility Cubed

PANELISTS

Anthony Levero
Program Officer, We-Go

Kent Lucas
Head of Business Development, 
VectoIQ

This workshop will bring together US DOT Smart Cities Challenge finalist cities, and others, to discuss opportunities for future collaboration among those cities.

MODERATOR
Smart Cities Lab

WORKSHOP CITIES
Austin
Denver
Portland
Seattle

This workshop will select an urban transit hub (a place where two or more modes of travel converge) and use a process known as civic ecology to explore how such a hub can meet the needs of citizens.

MODERATOR
Tim Smith, Principal
Sera Architects


This Symposium will provide a leading venue for the presentation of the highest-quality original research, groundbreaking ideas, and compelling insights on future trends in Smart City Technology and Deployment.

4:00

WeGO – HONG KONG TRADE & DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL RECEPTION

World Smart Sustainable Cities Organization (WeGO), an international organization of cities and local governments that pursues sustainable urban development based on e-Government and ICT, and Hong Kong Trade & Development Council, who showcase the strengths of Hong Kong services sector to the world, encouraging overseas and mainland companies to utilize Hong Kong’s services platform, invite you to join them a reception in the Exhibition Hall.

Network with other Global Tech Jam attendees, and speak with presenters from the official Poster Session, enjoy appetizers and a no-host bar.

6:00

HACK OREGON DEMO DAY
REVOLUTION HALL – NE PORTLAND

Hack Oregon is a Portland based nonprofit and Smart Cities program focused on building data-driven software to address important themes in the public interest.They will be unveiling five new story collections on the CIVIC platform, an open data portal built by Hack Oregon. 2018 Themes Include: Disaster Resilience, Transportation Systems, Affordable Housing, Neighborhood Development and Local Elections.

Please note that this event is separately ticketed from Global Tech Jam. General Admission tickets are FREE, but space is limited. Proceeds from VIP ticket sales directly support Hack Oregon volunteers.

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