Smart Cities Connect  Conference & Expo
APRIL 4-7, 2022, COLUMBUS, OHIO, In Partnership with US Ignite Application Summit

Day-At-A-Glance


MONDAY, APRIL 4, 2022  Registration 12:00pm - 6:00pm

1:00 - 5:00 EDT Workshop I: Deploying Smart City IoT Networks (Wi-SUN Alliance) Workshop II: Smart City Partnerships (Amazon)  
6:00 - 9:00 EDT Smart 50 Awards Gala (Additional registration fee)
 

TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 2022 Registration 7:00am - 6:00pm

8:30 - 10:30 EDT Keynote Session: Smart Infrastructure
  • Welcome Address ~ City of Columbus
  • Smart Infrastructure Bill - Application & Funding Vehicles
  • Closing the Digital Divide
  • Smart Infrastructure Priorities & Social Equity
10:30 - 10:55 EDT Coffee Break
Breakout Sessions Digital Transformation: Networks, Data, AI, 5G, Sensors, IoT, Cyber
Urban Operations:
Lighting, Water, Waste, Planning, Emergency Response
Smart Mobility:
Transportation, Autonomous, Public Transit, Ride Share
Urban Infrastructure:
Buildings, Energy, Grid, Utilities, Resilience
Community Engagement:
Policy, Funding, Commerce, Inclusion, Governance
Smart City Startups Challenge
11:00 - 11:50 EDT Improve Citizen-Facing Services while Improving Staff Capacity Getting Smart about Trash
Smarter Cities Will Be Safer and More Efficient Cities FUSE - The Convergence of FttX, Utilities, Smart Cities and EDGE Breaking Down Government Silos: ONE eGov Platform for State-County-City-Agency Smart Mobility I - Startup Pitches
11:50 - 1:15 EDT
Lunch (on own)  
1:15 - 2:05 EDT Public Sector in the Age of Digital Transformation Using Utility Intelligence to become a Smart City  Why Smarter Cities Start with Smarter Fleets Effectively Managing the 5G Utility Co-locations through Vertically Integrated Solutions Smart Cities & HOU: Launching & Leading a Smart Cities Accelerator that Integrates City Leadership with Innovation and Industry Solutions Smart Mobility II - Startup Pitches
2:10 - 3:00 EDT Enabling Intelligent, Cross-Vertical Simulation, 3D Visualization and Decision-Making on a Smart City Digital Twin and Big Data Platform Analyzing a collaborative case study to demonstrate cost savings and carbon footprint reduction achieved through city-wide smart litter receptacle programs City Spotlights Leveraging National Laboratory leading edge, super-charged capabilities to plan and execute your smart energy, resilience, and sustainability strategies: Case Studies for leveraging big efforts to benefit even small cities Payments People Love: Making Compulsory Government Interactions Suck Less Urban Operations I - Startup Pitches
2:00 - 6:00 Expo Program & Reception
 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 2022 Registration 7:00am - 5:30pm

8:30 - 10:30 EDT Keynote Session: Resilient by Design
  • Smart Infrastructure
  • Energy, Water, and Waste Management
  • Data-driven Urban Development
10:30 - 10:55 EDT Coffee Break
Breakout Sessions Digital Transformation: Networks, Data, AI, 5G, Sensors, IoT, Cyber
Urban Operations:
Lighting, Water, Waste, Planning, Emergency Response
Smart Mobility:
Transportation, Autonomous, Public Transit, Ride Share
Urban Infrastructure:
Buildings, Energy, Grid, Utilities, Resilience
Community Engagement:
Policy, Funding, Commerce, Inclusion, Governance
Smart City Startups Challenge
11:00 - 11:50 EDT Operational Execution of an IoT Strategy - Putting Meat on the Bones Planning a SMART Strategy - Start with Data The critical role of data and analytics in creating an effective Mobility as a Service solution Integrated Systems Approach to Smart Lighting in the City of Chicago AI in a Time of Crisis: How Aurora, Illinois, Leveraged Data Analytics to Help Manage a Mass Shooting Urban Operations II - Startup Pitches
1:15 - 2:05 EDT Partnering with an Infrastrucure Provider Resiliency and Reliability through Smart Water Networks: A Case Study with Flint, MI High Resolution Intersection Pedestrian Performance Measures Using AI Video Detection City Spotlights SOAPBOX! The Future of Public Space Digital Transformation I - Startup Pitches
2:10 - 3:00 EDT How do you scale your smart city City data as a force for good: the Urban Data Project The Future Isn't What It Used to Be - HR Green Digitalization of the Streetlighting Infrastructure: A path to inclusive innovation City Spotlights Digital Transformation II - Startup Pitches
2:00 - 6:00  EDT Expo Program & Reception
 

THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 2022 Registration 8:30am - 12:00pm

Breakout Sessions Digital Transformation: Networks, Data, AI, 5G, Sensors, IoT, Cyber
Urban Operations:
Lighting, Water, Waste, Planning, Emergency Response
Smart Mobility:
Transportation, Autonomous, Public Transit, Ride Share
Urban Infrastructure:
Buildings, Energy, Grid, Utilities, Resilience
Community Engagement:
Policy, Funding, Commerce, Inclusion, Governance
Smart City Startups Challenge
9:00 - 9:55 EDT City Spotlights Making Smart City Automation and City Infrastructure More Intelligent One Smart Technology at a Time Cities Stepping into Transportation Electrification Streetlight Charging in City Right-Of-Way How data and community knowledge enhance regional cooperation to address shared challenges Community Engagement I - Startup Pitches
10:00 - 10:55 EDT Roadblocks to implementing IoT and how to overcome them Size Doesn't Matter - Creating a Smart Region One Community at a Time Conquering Range Anxiety on Battery Electric Buses NREL's New State and Local Energy Planning Tools – An introduction to three new tools that provide data and analysis for clean energy planning, procurement, and efficiency Small Places, Big Ideas – Bringing Innovation for Mobility & Engagement to Small and Medium Cities Community Engagement II - Startup Pitches
11:00 - 11:55 EDT 5G and Smart Cities in the 21st Century Smart Infrastructure, how to accelerate adoption Traffic Management Strategies An Outcome-Focused Approach to a Smart City Program Developing Smart Cities through Public/Private Partnerships Urban Infrastructure I - Startup Pitches
12:00 - 12:55 EDT New and Safe User Experiences: The Case for 5G and C-V2X Digital Sustainability Management: Using PropTech to Drive Strategy and Data Quality Economics of using connected vehicles as 'virtual sensors' for real-time traffic applications Advancing Smart Buildings, Infrastructure and Government Services Building a Connected, Inclusive Region in San Diego County Urban Infrastructure II - Startup Pitches
1:00 - 1:30  EDT Conference Closed

 

Silver Sponsors

Sensus
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Bronze Sponsors

Amazon Web Services
NREL
Nokia
Parsons
Payit
Siradel
TMobile
Ubicquia

Supporting Organizations

Advanced Energy Economy
aSTEAM
ATIS
ATI
Cityfi LLC
Cleantech San Diego
Colorado Cleantech Industries Association
Colorado Smart Cities Alliance
Colorado Technology Association
Dallas Innovation Alliance
Digi.City
Innosphere Ventures
Internet2
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Marketplace.city
Metrolab Network
Open Connectivity Foundation
Riot
Smart Cities San Diego
Smart Columbus
University Of Texas

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