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RIO DE JANEIRO - OCTOBER - 26-27, 2017

THE INSIGHTS STAGE

>  2017 PROGRAM

INSIGHTS STAGE I COLLABORATION STAGE

Current Trends and Future Insights

9:00

Opening Address

Cities as Innovation Platforms

Paul Doherty, CEO

The Digit Group - Silicon Valley


Cracking the Innovation Code

Hila Oren, CEO

Tel Aviv Foundation - Tel Aviv


The Road to Smarter Cities:

Enabling Everything from Self-Driving Cars to Cleaner Air

Jonathan Reichental, CIO

City of Palo Alto - Palo Alto


Cities, Not Nations States, Are Key For Our Survival

Robert Muggah, Research Director

Igarapé Institute - Rio de Janeiro


Disruption in AEC:

What AI, Machine Learning, and Automation Means for Construction

Brett Young, CEO

Building System Planning - San Francisco


The Role of City Innovation Systems

David Altabev, Director

City Sonar - London


Smart Infrastructure Health Check

Michael Mulquin, Editor

ISO/IEC - London

COLLABORATION STAGE

Fostering Engagement and Collaboration

Time         Name                                           Description

DESIGN THINKING WORKSHOP

PROF. GUSTAVO MACHADO

MAKING MY CITY SMART -

THE ROLE OF CITY PLANNING

MICHAEL MULQUIN

ISO/IEC

UNDERSTANDING LEAN STARTUP -

THE SILICON VALLEY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT METHOD

JONATHAN REICHENTAL

CIO - City of Palo Alto

Smart Sustainable Cities

Tomás Llorente,

Spanish Network of Smart Cities - Madrid


How to Build a Successful Startup Ecosystem

Tal Catran, CEO

Smart City Accelerator - Tel Aviv


IoT in Smart Cities: Challenges and Opportunities

Vinicius Garcia de Oliveira, Tech Leader

IoT National Plan - Campinas


Fostering a City Disruptive Innovation

Rodrigo Barros, Innovation Secretary

City of Guarulhos - Guarulhos


Rio Inteligente: Silicon Beach?

Peter Knight, Coordinator

Sufficiency4Sustainable Network - Rio de Janeiro


Creative Economy Impact

Marcos Mandacaru, Co-Founder

P7 Criativo - Belo Horizonte

Video competition

Smart Cities Hackathon

Provisional program and subject to change

Provisional program and subject to change

In today's fast-paced world, techniques for executing on ideas that helps them to be realized quickly and with lower risk, are a real asset. Old methods of idea development are just too slow and too risky. In Silicon Valley, a popular approach to taking an idea to fruition is called the lean startup method. This is a discipline and set of principles that have helped many new ideas either make it successfully, or die quickly in order to avoid to much expense and time. This 2-hour workshop provides all the tools and steps for the student to use the lean start-up method for their next idea. The workshop will include a mix of lecture and student activities. Real examples and exercises will prepare the student for immediate application upon completion of the workshop.

October 27

2:00 pm

2 hours

October 27

9:00 am

3 hours

October 27

9:00 am

8 hours

October 28-29

Venue to be announced

This interactive half-day workshop will equip participants to use the British Standard Institution’s PD 8101 to improve the planning process and the design of major new housing, retail or business developments and to use these opportunities to help the city as a whole become smarter.

DANIEL LIBESKIND     -    ARCHITECTURE IS A LANGUAGE

GERD LEONHARD       -   HUMANITY Vs. TECHNOLOGY

RENATO DE CASTRO  -   MAKING LONDON SMALL

All registered conference participants will vote for the first, second and third place in the competition.

André Muller Borges - National Secretary of Telecommunications Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovations and Communications

Luiz Paulo Velloso Lucas National Secretary of Urban Development Ministry of Cities

Bernardo Scheinkman - Founder & CEO

The Building Centre of Brazil - Smart Cities Brazil®

Presentations

Present the Design Thinking approach, contributing to change and adopting agile methodologies for continuous improvement and innovation, to increase the empathy, collaboration, experimentation, optimism and systemic vision of the stakeholders in face of increasingly complex challenges in cities