2022 Agenda

The following is a draft agenda. Changes may be made without notice.

All the sessions will be held in PST (Pacific Standard Time)

INTELLIGENT PUBLIC SECTOR SHOWCASE

INTELLIGENT CITIES SUMMIT 2022

March 29-30, 2021

The Intelligent Cities Summit is a platform for global municipal leaders and tech providers to congregate and reflect upon opportunities and challenges in making our cities intelligent, liveable, and future-ready. Through panel discussions, keynote presentation and case studies, the summit offers a 360 degree view of building and maintaining cities of the future and the role that technology can play in this process. The last two years have been times of immense global uncertainty. The pandemic has altered the very foundation of working mechanisms of cities and forced leares across the globe to rethink strategies. As the world around us changes, what has changed for cities? What are cities across the world doing to ensure that their recovery plans are match the needs of the citizens?  Join us in 2022 to discover these answers.

IOT, BIG DATA HEALTHCARE SUMMIT 2022

March 29, 2022

The IoT, Big Data Healthcare Summit witnesses the congregation of healthcare professionals and tech solution providers from across USA and beyond to meet, connect and discuss the ways and means to build an efficient healthcare system for all, and understand how technology can act as a catalyst.  Healthcare access, equity and efficiency remain the three most significant challenges for the healthcare sector in the USA. The COVID-19pandemic added another layer of uncertainty to the sector and exposed discrepancies. Join us in 2022 to hear from leaders in the healthcare sector across the USA as they reflect on these uncertain times and share the strategies that helped them navigate these times.

IOT, CODE ORANGE  SUMMIT 2022

March 30, 2022

Access to reliable and efficient Emergency Services is a crucial factor in ensuring safety and well-being of citizens. Cohesive and technologically advanced Police Services, Fire Services, Paramedic Services, and other key units are essential pillars in the foundation of a bankable city infrastructure. The IoT Code Orange Summit beings together prominent leaders across the Emergency Services and Tech vendors to analyse the opportunities and challenges for the services and ponder over the use of technology in this equation. Discover what it takes to ensure that the Emergency Services are resilient and future ready through focused panel discussion and case studies.

INTELLIGENT CITIES SUMMIT
IOT, PEOPLE FIRST SUMMIT / MAY 26 & MAY 28, 2021

Canada is one of the most diverse countries in the world. In November 2015, Canada captured global headlines with the unveiling of a diverse cabinet that “looks like Canada”. While this was a tremendous milestone, it is important that we do not rest on our laurels and continue to work towards diversity, equity, culture, and engagement at every level of the public sector.

Statistics Canada projects that by 2031 close to 1 in 3 Canadians (31.0%) will be members of a visible minority and almost 1 in 2 (44.2% to 49.7%) will be either an immigrant or a child of an immigrant by 2036. In 2016 the recruitment of people with disabilities to the federal public service decreased from 3.5% to 3.3%. Over the past decade, the overall proportion of women in the public service has increased by 18%, and the overall proportion of visible minority employees increased by 279%.

While we do see significant progress, much work remains to be done across every aspect of inherent diversity (ethnicity, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, neurodiversity, different abilities, etc.), especially as we increasingly step into the digital world and develop the future of work.

The 2021 People First Summit will bring together government leaders in talent and human capital, along with technology and solution providers to discuss the way forward for the public sector.

Why attend?

  • Be a part of productive conversations as leaders discuss the opportunities and challenges ahead in the public sector
  • Connect with thought-leaders and technology providers from across Canada and the world
  • Discover some of the latest tools and techniques being used successfully through case studies
  • Build your own highly personalized agenda, as one ticket gives you access to content from four different summits!

9:55

Opening remarks by Hifazat “Faz” Ahmad, CEO & President, IoT Events; Welcome message by Bonnie Crombie, Mayor, City of Mississauga

9:55

Opening remarks by Hifazat “Faz” Ahmad, CEO & President, IoT Events; Welcome message by Bonnie Crombie, Mayor, City of Mississauga

9:55

Opening remarks by Hifazat “Faz” Ahmad, CEO & President, IoT Events; Welcome message by Bonnie Crombie, Mayor, City of Mississauga

9:55

Opening remarks by Hifazat “Faz” Ahmad, CEO & President, IoT Events; Welcome message by Bonnie Crombie, Mayor, City of Mississauga

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DAY 1 -MARCH 29, 2022

DAY 2 -MARCH 30, 2022

8:00

Registration

8:00

Registration

8:50

Opening Remarks

8:50

Opening Remarks

9:00

Opening Keynote

9:00

Opening Keynote

9:30

Tech Keynote  

9:30

Tech Keynote

10:00

Panel: Building Intelligent, Liveable cities in a Post Pandemic world
  • Redefining global liveability?
  • What are the new priorities?
  • Lessons from COVID-19

10:00

Panel: Leveraging technology to change the Image of Public Sector
  • Using tech tools to reach and respond to citizens promptly
  • Enhancing citizen awareness
  • Marketing success and acknowledging failures

10:30

Networking Break

10:30

Networking Break

11:00

Panel: Rethinking Resilience
  • What does resilience signify ina post pandemic world?
  • Putting citizens at the heart of resilience efforts
  • New opportunities and challenges
Shelby Buso, Chief Sustainability Officer, City of Atlanta

11:00

Panel: Building future-ready, intelligent infrastructure
  • How can cities make sure that their technologies are relevant in the future?
  • Can you predict the right tools?
  • Staying relevant: Maintaining and upgrading infrastructure

11:30

Panel: Creating cities for citizens
  • Making citizen centric data strategies
  • Getting the right data from the right sources
  • Gaining Citizen’s trust on sharing data
  • Data sharing and breaking silos
Fernando De Pablo Martin, Director Digital Office, Madrid
Leonie van den Beuken, Programme Director, Amsterdam Smart Cities

11:30

Panel: Collaboration driven Innovation
  • Public-Private Collaborations
  • Collaborative efforts between different municipalities
  • Stepping away from top-down approach to innovation
  • Pooling resources and ensuring seamless integration of data
Aruj Haidar, Chief Digital and Innovation Officer, Westminster City Council
Jordan Sun, Chief Innovation Officer, City of San Jose

12:00

Panel: What does a ‘hybrid working’ city looks like?
  • What has changed? Impact on larger and smaller cities
  • Are Cities ready to embrace work from anywhere?
  • Moving from productivity management to outcome management
  • The facilitating role of technology

12:00

Panel: Using technology to redesign public spaces
  • Streets and sidewalks
  • Physical Infrastructure
  • Digital Infrastructure
  • Green Infrastructure
Kieran Fahey, Director of Long Term Control Planning, City of South Bend

12:30

Innovation Showcase

12:30

Innovation Showcase

13:00

Networking Lunch

13:00

Networking Lunch

14:30

Panel: Intelligent Mobility
  • Using innovation and technology to solve mobility challenges  
  • Creating and upgrading infrastructures
  • Green tech-driven mobility
Brandon Branham, Chief Technology Officer and Assistant City Manager, City of Peachtree Corners
Hamid Zarghampour, Chief Strategist, Connected, Cooperative Automated Mobility, Swedish Transport Administration

14:30

Panel: Small Cities 2.0
  • Economic impacts of Work from Home on smaller cities
  • Building Intelligent smaller cities
  • Deurbanization and its impact? Are small cities prepared?

15:00

Intelligent City Services
  • Maintaining and upgrading infrastructures
  • Funding requirements
  • Leveraging tech

15:00

Panel: The Chief Equity Officers panel
  • Ensuring equity in policy formulation and implementation
  • Opportunities and Challenges
  • Blending data and Citizen services
  • Ensuring Equity internally

15:30

Networking Break

15:30

Networking Break

16:00

Panel: Harnessing the power of data
  • Moving beyond silos
  • Integration and analysis of data
  • Taking evidence-based decisions

16:00

Panel: Integrating efforts with Healthcare and Emergency services
  • Infrastructure Planning
  • Data sharing
  • Opportunities and Challenges

16:30

Panel: Privacy by design
  • Ensuring responsible use of technology
  • Addressing citizen concerns
  • Embedding privacy in policies

16:30

Panel: How to Plan for the Unplanned
  • Protecting our Cities from Cyber Attacks
  • Cyberspace and Defeating Tomorrow’s Attacks
  • What steps must be taken to build a cyber secure system?
  • Avoiding services held at ransom
Lester Godsey, Chief Information Security Officer, Maricopa County

17:00

End of Day 1

17:00

End of Day 2
BIG DATA HEALTHCARE SUMMIT

DAY 1 -MARCH 29, 2022

8:00

Registration

8:50

Opening Remarks

9:00

Opening Keynote

9:30

Tech Keynote

10:00

Panel: Designing Our Healthcare Future
  • The “New Normal” is Digital
  • New Gen Health, Connected, Virtual, Integrated health
  • Patient care without borders

10:30

Networking Break

11:00

Panel: Enhancing Patient Experience
  • Improving care as well as efficiency
  • Navigating access and involvement for families
  • Patient voices – who is listening?

11:30

Panel: Rethinking the Hospital of Tomorrow
  • What does the hospital of the future look like?
  • Should certain functions of a hospital be delegated to other networks?
  • Empowering local health units

12:00

Panel: Hospital Infrastructure and how to build it
  • Physical infrastructure
  • Technology infrastructure
  • Infrastructure of health care devices

12:30

Innovation Showcase

13:00

Networking Lunch

15:00

Panel: Data & Cybersecurity
  • Data security and protection
  • Building secure systems

15:30

Closing Networking Coffee

16:00

Panel: Transforming your Local Health Unit into an Intelligent Health Unit
  • Work in-house or involve externals?
  • Upkeep of old technology
  • Overcoming implementation obstacles

16:30

Panel: Connected Community Healthcare
  • The pros and cons of localized hubs
  • Regulating and funding local hubs
  • Creating & empowering community health units

17:00

End of Day
IOT, PEOPLE FIRST SUMMIT / MAY 26 & MAY 28, 2021

Canada is one of the most diverse countries in the world. In November 2015, Canada captured global headlines with the unveiling of a diverse cabinet that “looks like Canada”. While this was a tremendous milestone, it is important that we do not rest on our laurels and continue to work towards diversity, equity, culture, and engagement at every level of the public sector.

Statistics Canada projects that by 2031 close to 1 in 3 Canadians (31.0%) will be members of a visible minority and almost 1 in 2 (44.2% to 49.7%) will be either an immigrant or a child of an immigrant by 2036. In 2016 the recruitment of people with disabilities to the federal public service decreased from 3.5% to 3.3%. Over the past decade, the overall proportion of women in the public service has increased by 18%, and the overall proportion of visible minority employees increased by 279%.

While we do see significant progress, much work remains to be done across every aspect of inherent diversity (ethnicity, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, neurodiversity, different abilities, etc.), especially as we increasingly step into the digital world and develop the future of work.

The 2021 People First Summit will bring together government leaders in talent and human capital, along with technology and solution providers to discuss the way forward for the public sector.

Why attend?

  • Be a part of productive conversations as leaders discuss the opportunities and challenges ahead in the public sector
  • Connect with thought-leaders and technology providers from across Canada and the world
  • Discover some of the latest tools and techniques being used successfully through case studies
  • Build your own highly personalized agenda, as one ticket gives you access to content from four different summits!

9:55

Opening remarks by Hifazat “Faz” Ahmad, CEO & President, IoT Events; Welcome message by Bonnie Crombie, Mayor, City of Mississauga

9:55

Opening remarks by Hifazat “Faz” Ahmad, CEO & President, IoT Events; Welcome message by Bonnie Crombie, Mayor, City of Mississauga

9:55

Opening remarks by Hifazat “Faz” Ahmad, CEO & President, IoT Events; Welcome message by Bonnie Crombie, Mayor, City of Mississauga

9:55

Opening remarks by Hifazat “Faz” Ahmad, CEO & President, IoT Events; Welcome message by Bonnie Crombie, Mayor, City of Mississauga

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IOT CODE ORANGE SUMMIT

DAY 1 -MARCH 29, 2022

8:00

Registration

8:50

Opening Remarks

9:00

Opening Keynote

9:30

Tech Keynote

10:00

Panel: Creating Resilient Emergency Services
  • Moving beyond cookie-cutter approach
  • Identifying and filing gaps
  • Using tech to improve efficiency

10:30

Networking Break

11:00

Panel: The power of collaboration
  • Collaborating services between various Emergency Services Units
  • Collaborative infrastructure planning between cities and EMS units
  • Integrating communication from multiple sources

11:30

Panel: Building the right infrastructure
  • Using Data, AI, and Predictive analytics to find the best locations
  • Investing in infrastructure

12:00

Panel: Public Education-The First line of Defence
  • Engaging and educating citizens
  • Building two-way communication channels
  • Conveying benefits and addressing concerns

12:30

Innovation Showcase

13:00

Networking Lunch

14:30

Panel: Fighting Emergencies with Technology
  • Using tech to monitor and detect emergencies
  • Enhancing operational capacity and mitigating future risks
  • Issuing alerts and notifying public

15:00

Panel: Data Driven Services
  • Collecting and accessing data
  • Breaking silos
  • Addressing privacy concerns

15:30

Closing Networking Coffee

16:00

Panel: Ensuring and Enhancing Security
  • Making networks cyber-secure
  • Establishing standards and defining procedures
  • Protecting call dispatchers

16:30

Panel: Taking 9-1-1 into the future
  • Addressing funding concerns
  • Ensuring Nation-wide implementation
  • Challenges and Opportunities

17:00

End of Day
IOT, PEOPLE FIRST SUMMIT / MAY 26 & MAY 28, 2021

Canada is one of the most diverse countries in the world. In November 2015, Canada captured global headlines with the unveiling of a diverse cabinet that “looks like Canada”. While this was a tremendous milestone, it is important that we do not rest on our laurels and continue to work towards diversity, equity, culture, and engagement at every level of the public sector.

Statistics Canada projects that by 2031 close to 1 in 3 Canadians (31.0%) will be members of a visible minority and almost 1 in 2 (44.2% to 49.7%) will be either an immigrant or a child of an immigrant by 2036. In 2016 the recruitment of people with disabilities to the federal public service decreased from 3.5% to 3.3%. Over the past decade, the overall proportion of women in the public service has increased by 18%, and the overall proportion of visible minority employees increased by 279%.

While we do see significant progress, much work remains to be done across every aspect of inherent diversity (ethnicity, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, neurodiversity, different abilities, etc.), especially as we increasingly step into the digital world and develop the future of work.

The 2021 People First Summit will bring together government leaders in talent and human capital, along with technology and solution providers to discuss the way forward for the public sector.

Why attend?

  • Be a part of productive conversations as leaders discuss the opportunities and challenges ahead in the public sector
  • Connect with thought-leaders and technology providers from across Canada and the world
  • Discover some of the latest tools and techniques being used successfully through case studies
  • Build your own highly personalized agenda, as one ticket gives you access to content from four different summits!

9:55

Opening remarks by Hifazat “Faz” Ahmad, CEO & President, IoT Events; Welcome message by Bonnie Crombie, Mayor, City of Mississauga

9:55

Opening remarks by Hifazat “Faz” Ahmad, CEO & President, IoT Events; Welcome message by Bonnie Crombie, Mayor, City of Mississauga

9:55

Opening remarks by Hifazat “Faz” Ahmad, CEO & President, IoT Events; Welcome message by Bonnie Crombie, Mayor, City of Mississauga

9:55

Opening remarks by Hifazat “Faz” Ahmad, CEO & President, IoT Events; Welcome message by Bonnie Crombie, Mayor, City of Mississauga

Download the Brochure

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