January 31, 2018

Wednesday, June 20th

8:00 

REGISTRATION OPENS

9:00 

OPENING WELCOME
Portland Hosts, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Department of Homeland Security – Science & Technology

EXHIBITION OPENS

9:10

FEDERAL KEYNOTE

9:25 -10:15

KEYNOTE PANEL
MAXIMIZING IMPACT & BENEFITS THROUGH DISTRICT-SCALE SMART CITY PROJECTS

From Toronto to Hong Kong to Portland, many cities are looking to incorporate smart city solutions and benefits in district-scale redevelopment opportunities. One of the most notable project announcements of the past year was the City of Toronto’s $10B project with Sidewalk Labs to address urban growth challenges at a district-scale.  In Portland, the City is moving forward with five large-scale development projects around the Central City, all of which are linked by a proposed “Green Loop”.  

The complexity of such large-scale projects pose a host of opportunities and challenges for communities.  This panel will discuss implications of district-scale smart city projects, including how to optimize public-private partnerships to achieve goals related to sustainability, mobility, economic opportunity and public-safety/security. 

Elizabeth Carter
Chief Security Officer, Armored Things
Elizabeth previously led crisis management for the Americas at Apple, Inc. She also served as Plan Manager, Weapons of Mass Destruction, with the City of New York and as Senior Director with the Chertoff Group in Washington, D.C., where she advised public and private sector clients on issues related to counterterrorism, cyber security, crisis management, health preparedness and infrastructure protection.

Jonathan Winer
Head of Investments, Sidewalk Labs
Jonathan leads investments and partnerships related to innovative urban infrastructure. He previously founded Nereus, a private equity fund that invests in alternative energy infrastructure in Asia.

Joe Zehnder
Chief Planner, City of Portland
Joe has served as Chief Planner for the City of Portland for the past 17 years. Previously he served as Deputy Commissioner Planning and Development for the City of Chicago. Earlier in his career he held leadership positions in planning departments with the City of Montpelier, Vermont, and Baltimore, Maryland.

10:15 – 11:15

SUPERCLUSTER PANEL

Transportation
Public Safety
Ag & Rural
Utility
Data
Wireless
Education
Building

11:15 – Noon

CYBERSECURITY & PRIVACY PANEL

Noon – 1:00

KEYNOTE PANEL LUNCH
CIVIC ENGAGEMENT: EQUITY & INCLUSION

1:00 – 2:30 

ACTION CLUSTER PRESENTATIONS: STAGE 1

Shawn Irvine
Economic Development Director
City of Independence

Laura Rumbel
Consumer Experience Enabling Program Director
Intel

Changsoo Park
General Manager
NTELS co, Ltd.

Dr. Kangwei Woo
Executive Director

QuantumCIEL

Hiroaki Nishi
Chairperson of the Consortium for Town Management of Misono / Professor

Misono Town Management Association / Keio University

ACTION CLUSTER PRESENTATIONS: STAGE 2

Sudipta Bhattacharyya, IoT Solution Lead
Nokia

Masugi Inoue
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology

Benjamin Ng, H.A.
Assistant Vice President (Head of USA)

Concorde USA (VA) & Signapore

2:30 – 3:00

NETWORKING BREAK

3:00 – 4:30

ACTION CLUSTER PRESENTATIONS: STAGE 1

Dr. Farid Farahman
Chair Department of Engineering Science

Sonoma State University

Shivakumar Mathapathi
Co-Founder and CTO
Dew Mobility

Steve Mylroie
President

Roietronics

Jae Han, Global Business Development North American Director
Ecube Labs

Richard Dillon
Chief Innovation Officer

University City Schools

David Sandel
Founder

iNeighborhoods

ACTION CLUSTER PRESENTATIONS: STAGE 2

Dr. Farid Farahman
Chair Department of Engineering Science

Sonoma State University

Shivakumar Mathapathi
Co-Founder and CTO
Dew Mobility

4:30 – 5:00

CLOSING

EXHIBITION CLOSES

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