January 31, 2018

Wednesday, June 20th

8:00 

PRE-FUNCTION E

REGISTRATION OPENS

9:00 

EXHIBIT HALL E

EXHIBITION OPENS

OPENING WELCOME

Skip Newberry
President & CEO

Technology Association of Oregon

Sokwoo Rhee
Associate Director of Cyber-Physical Systems Innovation
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)  U.S. Department of Commerce

9:10

EXHIBIT HALL E

FEDERAL KEYNOTE

Doug Maughan
Division Director: Cyber Security Division
Department of Homeland Security

Chris Greer
Director of the Smart Grid and Cyber-Physical Systems Program Office
National Coordinator for Smart Grid Interoperability
NIST


9:25 -10:15

EXHIBIT HALL E

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. 

11:15 – Noon

EXHIBIT HALL E

CYBERSECURITY & PRIVACY PANEL

Erin Kenneally
Portfolio Manager, Cyber Security Division, Science & Technology Directorate
US Department of Homeland Security

Scott Tousley
Deputy Director: Cyber Security Division
US Department of Homeland Security

Noon – 1:00

EXHIBIT HALL E

KEYNOTE PANEL LUNCH
CIVIC ENGAGEMENT: EQUITY & INCLUSION

Equity is achieved when one’s identity cannot predict the outcome. Panelists will discuss various projects occurring in Portland, Oregon that highlight how equity is centered in their work, why equity matters, and strategies needed to make equity real. By centering projects on equity, community benefits and outcomes are improved. Carolina Iraheta Gonzalez of Verde will present information on the development and implementation of the Living Cully Community Energy Plan. The plan is a blueprint for how displacement can be prevented through increased investments in the energy sector and built using a community-driven process. The City of Portland panelists will introduce the Smart City PDX Priorities Framework and applications to Smart City PDX projects including Open Data. The Smart City PDX Priorities Framework is a city-wide, coordinated approach to guide decision-making so that data is used to address inequities and disparities and ensure investments are made in technology-driven projects that improve people’s lives in the Smart City PDX Initiative. Panelists will also participate in a moderated question and answer discussion including questions from the audience.

MODERATOR

Christine Kendrick
Smart City PDX Coordinator/Air Quality Lead – Bureau of Planning and Sustainability
City of Portland

PANELISTS

Carolina Iraheta Gonzalez
Community Energy Advocate
Verde

Janine Gates
Constituent Services Specialist – Office of Commissioner Amanda Fritz
City of Portland

Julie Omelchuck
Community Technology Program Manager
City of Portland

Hector Dominguez
Smart City PDX Open Data Coordinator –  Bureau of Planning and Sustainability
City of Portland

1:00 – 2:30 

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ACTION CLUSTER PRESENTATIONS: STAGE 1

SESSION HOST

Gabriel Youtsey
Chief Innovation Office
University of California

E145/E146

2:30 – 3:00

NETWORKING BREAK

3:00 – 4:30

EXHIBIT HALL E

ACTION CLUSTER PRESENTATIONS: STAGE 1

SESSION HOST

Wilf Pinfold
CEO
Urban Systems

E145/E146

ACTION CLUSTER PRESENTATIONS: STAGE 2

SESSION HOST

Derick Lee
Founder & Chief Architect
PilotCity

4:30 – 5:00

CLOSING

EXHIBITION CLOSES

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