Strategy & Governance Stage

09:00

Welcome to Nordic Smart Cities 2018

Chairman’s Opening Remarks

09:15

Forward Planning to Meet the 2030 Global Goals for Sustainable Development

  • Transformative change to end poverty, reduce inequality & tackle climate change
  • Creating an environment for economic growth, social inclusion & environmental protection

Katrin Stjernfeldt Jammeh, Mayor, City of Malmö

09:40

Putting Social Cohesion & Citizen Participation at the Heart of Smarter Development

  • Utilising digital development to improve social cohesion & meet the needs of citizens
  • Creating the environment for a connected & cohesive city with the citizen at the centre

Daniel Marco Párraga, Director, Smart Catalonia

10:05

Digital Participation – Empowering the Citizens’ Perspective 

  • Expanding and improving citizen participation in urban development through web based platforms
  • Creating tools for digital on-site participation for seamless digitized participation processes

Claudius Lieven, Senior Researcher & Minister, City of Hamburg

10:30

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

11:30

Urban Platform EU Reference Architecture

  • Creating a common framework for communities, suppliers & other smart city stakeholders
  • Putting standards in place to enable cities to develop & plan for the future

Bernard Gindroz, Chairman of ISO TC 268, Sustainable Cities & Communities

11:55

Practical Examples of Successfully Applied Smart City Standards

  • How to plan for the vision enhancement by standardising & harmonising your sustainable city & community approach
  • How can management system standards assist cities to plan for sustainable development
  • Working towards reaching the UN Sustainable Development & Agenda 2030 goals

Gunilla Dörner Buskas, Municipal Chief Executive, Ale Municipality

12:20

How Standards will Help to Improve Development not Create Homogenous Cities – Panel Discussion

Sepehr Mousavi, Chair, Sustainable Smart Cities, Swedish National Technical Committee
Bernard Gindroz, Chair, ISO TC268 / European SSCC Sector Forum
Martin Brynskov, Chair, Smart Cities, Danish Mirror Standardisation Committee

12:45

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

14:00

Stockholm – on its way to Become the Smartest City in the World 

  • Strategy & key principles for how to become a smart & connected city
  • Challenges on our way & how we need to face them

Stefan Carlson, CTO, City of Stockholm

14:25

A Value Based Smart City – The Swedish Model

  • Creating & exporting a value based smart city where digital innovations are created to fulfill citizens & communities needs of cohesion, safety & sustainability
  • Presentation of the work within the governments cooperation for smart cities – digitalisation for a cohesive smart city
  • Co-creation with citizens – which values are most important in the future smart city?

Nina Borgström, Leader, Swedish Govt. Working Group for Social & Sustainable Smart Cities

14:50

Strategic Principles for Smart City Development: Lessons to be learnt from Vienna, Amsterdam, Barcelona & Helsinki

  • Principles need to be considered when implementing strategies for enabling smart city development
  • Technology-led or holistic strategy; double or quadruple-helix model; top-down or bottom-up approach; mono-dimensional or integrated intervention logic

Luca Moro, Researcher, Napier University

15:15

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

16:15

Western Asia’s Second Largest Mega City goes Smarter

  • How Tehran plans to take the step towards becoming a smart city
  • Building a strategy for a mega city that delivers a better quality of life for citizens

Mohammad Farjood, CEO, Tehran Municipality ICT Organisation

16:40

Putting Social Cohesion at the Heart of Your Smart City Strategy – Panel Discussion

Nina Borgström, Leader, Swedish Govt. Working Group for Social & Sustainable Smart Cities

Stefan Carlson, CTO, City of Stockholm

Andreas Anderholm Pedersen, Project Manager, City of Malmö

Strategy & Governance Stage

09:00

Chairman’s Opening Remarks

09:10

Mobilising the $100 Trillion Bond Market for Climate Change Solutions

  • Developing trusted standards for green bonds
  • What cities must do to take advantage of climate finance solution

Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative

09:35

Climate Finance Solutions as an Enabler of a Climate Resilient Economy

  • Creating an environment & framework for issuing green bonds
  • What can cities learn from Malmö’s first green bond issue

Claes Ramel, Senior Portfolio Manager, City of Malmö

10:00

Barriers To Green & Climate Bonds – Opening up Cities to the 100 Trillion Bond Market – Panel Discussion

Claes Ramel, Senior Portfolio Manager, City of Malmö

Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative

Panelist to be confirmed

10:30

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

11:30

Landvetter Södra – A Sustainable, Innovative & Livable New City

  • A unique opportunity to create a sustainable city from scratch, with the latest technology – involving people in the process from the beginning
  • Starting the process of a new innovative urban development for 25.000 residents

Maria Ådahl, CEO, Landvetter Södra Utveckling AB

11:55

Using Urban Planning to Improve Social Cohesion & Citizen Participation

  • Creating new engaging environments that create communities not just somewhere to live or work
  • How smart planning & technology can be utilised to rejuvenate areas for the people – not just move the problem to another area

Christer Larsson, Director of City Planning, City of Malmö

12:20

Creating a New Type of Innovation Hub for the City of Tomorrow?

  • How we created a process & a platform to accelerate & innovate the cities services & needs
  • Creating a culture and workplace to inspire and motivate innovation
  • Co-creating together with partners from the private sector

Kamran Salehpour, Head of Digital Development, City of Helsingborg

12:45

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

14:00

From Empty Places to Sparkling Spaces

  • Why the city centres of today are in decline
  • What the future cities & inhabitants need
  • How empty spaces can be used as a tool to revitalise city centres

Siri Holmboe Høibo, Architect, Design & Architecture Norway (DOGA)

14:25

From Strategy to Early Involvement Urban Planning Applications

  • Applications and best early participation practices of urban planning
  • Addressing public interest of conservation & citizen engagement in an information society

Ari Nurkkala, Municipal Director, City of Raahe

14:50

Digital Business Services Boosting Smart Growth & Ecosystem Development

  • Developing business services that balance digital and face to face services – combining these into community thinking & different kinds of platforms
  • Digital innovation vouchers, digital Tampere Business Community & digital business data

Niina Immonen, Director, Smart City Services, Business Tampere

15:15

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

16:15

The Smart, Social and Sustainable City of 2030

  • Case study from one of the world’s leading smart cities
  • Improving quality of life in an engaged & equal city

Speaker to be confirmed

16:45

Chairman’s Closing Remarks

Smart ICT & Digital City

09:00

Welcome to Nordic Smart Cities 2018

Chairman’s Opening Remarks

09:15

Forward Planning to Meet the 2030 Global Goals for Sustainable Development

  • Transformative change to end poverty, reduce inequality & tackle climate change
  • Creating an environment for economic growth, social inclusion & environmental protection

Katrin Stjernfeldt Jammeh, Mayor, City of Malmö

09:40

Putting Social Cohesion & Citizen Participation at the Heart of Smarter Development

  • Utilising digital development to improve social cohesion & meet the needs of citizens
  • Creating the environment for a connected & cohesive city with the citizen at the centre

Daniel Marco Párraga, Director, Smart Catalonia

10:05

Digital Participation – Empowering the Citizens’ Perspective 

  • Expanding and improving citizen participation in urban development through web based platforms
  • Creating tools for digital on-site participation for seamless digitized participation processes

Claudius Lieven, Senior Researcher & Minister, City of Hamburg

10:30

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

11:30

Cloud Based Service Platforms for Massive IoT, City Insights, Blockchain Services & Artificial Intelligence

  • What are the options for a multi-city shared service business model to reduce entry costs?
  • How can we achieve standards based interoperable services?
  • How does this work with public procurement?

Paul Copping, Chief Innovation Officer, London Borough of Greenwich

11:55

Building Vejle in 3D

  • New possibilities with 1:1 Virtual Reality and 3D
  • How to engage politicians, citizens and other stakeholders in building the future city

Jette Vindum, Project Developer, Technology & Environment, Municipality of Vejle

12:20

Smart Flanders: Tackling Urban Challenges through Linked Open Data

  • A co-created Open Data Charter approved by all cities outlining the strategic & technical principles by which to publish open data
  • Data pilots put these principles into practice on topics such as parking, accessibility of government buildings & crowds in the city

Mathias Van Compernolle, Researcher at imec-MICT, Ghent University

Nils Walravens, Senior Research at imec-SMIT, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

12:45

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

14:00

IOTA Tangle Beyond Blockchain – Enabling Citizen-Centric Smart Cities & the Economy of Things

  • Deploying blockchain in cities to deliver real value add to citizens & service providers
  • Showcasing the use of blockchain in a real use case in Stockholm

Wilfried Pimenta de Miranda, Head of Development, IOTA Foundation

14:25

Helsinki 3D+  A New Generation of City Models 

  • Energy & Climate Atlas on Semantic Model
  • Smart Kalasatama Digital Twin: Open Innovation Platform and Test Bed
  • 3D City Models as Open Data

Jarmo Suomisto, Project Manager, Helsinki 3D+

14:50

Your Train in the Era of Artificial Intelligence

  • How chatbot assistants can help you find your way
  • How can we use Machine Learning to predict when a train will break down
  • How  Machine Learning can help us forecast train demand

Victoria Chudinov, Machine Learning Engineer, Danish State Railways

15:15

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

16:15

Utilising Current Infrastructure to Connect Every City & Municipality

  • Smart lighting systems are about much more than LED & CO2 reduction – from public safety to digital city platforms
  • Improve operational efficiency through accurate data insights & simplified processes

Speaker to be confirmed

16:40

Technology for the People – Not Just Technology for the Sake of Technology – Panel Discussion

Paul Copping, Chief Innovation Officer, London Borough of Greenwich

Jarmo Suomisto, Project Manager, Helsinki 3D+

Panelist to be confirmed

Moderator to be confirmed

 

Smart ICT & Digital City

09:00

Chairman’s Opening Remarks

09:10

Mobilising the $100 Trillion Bond Market for Climate Change Solutions

  • Developing trusted standards for green bonds 
  • What cities must do to take advantage of climate finance solutions

Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative

09:35

Climate Finance Solutions as an Enabler of a Climate Resilient Economy

  • Creating an environment & framework for issuing green bonds
  • What can cities learn from Malmö’s first green bond issue

Claes Ramel, Senior Portfolio Manager, City of Malmö

10:00

Barriers To Green & Climate Bonds – Opening up Cities to the 100 Trillion Bond Market – Panel Discussion

Claes Ramel, Senior Portfolio Manager, City of Malmö

Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative

Panelist to be confirmed

10:30

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

11:30

The City of Stockholm – Putting a Strategy into Action

  • How to become a smart and connected city – in practice
  • From architecture to governance
  • Challenges with cutting edge technology in the public sector

Janette Palm, IT Strategist, City of Stockholm

11:55

Are Citywide Data Exchanges the Solution to the Data Challenge

  • Software-as-a-service solutions that offer everyone access to city & public data
  • No solution is ever perfect – what have been the challenges of implementing such an ambitious project

Speaker to be confirmed

12:20

A Common Framework for Data Driven Innovation in Cities

  • What is this framework and how can a city adapt to it
  • Why the cities need to collaborate around digital infrastructure and future services
  • What are the next steps once the cities have agreed on a common framework

Claus Popp Larsen, Head of Connected Cities, RISE- Research Institutes of Sweden

12:45

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

14:00

Smart Energy City, Stockholm – Final Conclusions

  • What knowledge can be taken from the Smart Energy City Project
  • How can this data be used to improve future smart city developments

Johan Ander, Project Leader, Smart Energy City

14:25

FED – Fossil Free Energy Districts in Gothenburg

  • Development of a local marketplace for electricity, district heating and district cooling
  • Optimising the use of energy storage, using energy efficiently & avoiding fossil fuel peaks on the grids

Claes Sommanson, Director Open Energy Arena, Johanneberg Science Park

14:50

Renewable Energy Will Offer Every City the Opportunity to Be Carbon Free

  • What can cities do to create the environment for renewable installations
  • Decreasing CO2 emissions & improving health of citizens – it’s a no brainer really!

Speaker to be confirmed

15:15

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

Social & Sustainable Cities

09:00

Welcome to Nordic Smart Cities 2018

Chairman’s Opening Remarks

09:15

Forward Planning to Meet the 2030 Global Goals for Sustainable Development

  • Transformative change to end poverty, reduce inequality & tackle climate change
  • Creating an environment for economic growth, social inclusion & environmental protection

Katrin Stjernfeldt Jammeh, Mayor, City of Malmö

09:40

Putting Social Cohesion & Citizen Participation at the Heart of Smarter Development

  • Utilising digital development to improve social cohesion & meet the needs of citizens
  • Creating the environment for a connected & cohesive city with the citizen at the centre

Daniel Marco Párraga, Director, Smart Catalonia

10:05

Digital Participation – Empowering the Citizens’ Perspective 

  • Expanding and improving citizen participation in urban development through web based platforms
  • Creating tools for digital on-site participation for seamless digitized participation processes

Claudius Lieven, Senior Researcher & Minister, City of Hamburg

10:30

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

11:30

The Future Ecosystem of Urban & Rural Mobility; Opportunities & Challenges

  • How to predict the future demand?
  • How to handle complexities?
  • How to handle the shared economy in a sustainable manner?

Bahar Namaki Araghi, Head of Smart Mobility Center, DTU

11:55

Skånetrafiken & City of Malmö Investing in Bus Rapid Transit Systems

  • The advantages of BRT Systems in comparison to conventional buses
  • 100% electrified to deliver clean & efficient public transport for all citizens

Linus Eriksson, Traffic Director, Skånetrafiken

12:20

Helsinki Leading the Way on Mobility as a Service

  • Creating a commercial environment for the roll out of MaaS
  • HSL OpenMaaS ticketing API – developing future mobility concepts

Jemina Uusitalo, MaaS Project Manager, HSL

Juha Lamminkari, Chief Architect, HSL

12:45

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

14:00

Drone Taxi Geneva – Exploring the Possibilities

  • Six cities & regions work together to explore the potential and the feasibility of this new urban mobility system
  • How the OASC (Open and Agile Smart City) links cities

Laurent Horvath, Smart City Manager, City of Geneva

14:25

The Uncanny Valley of Driving Automation – How Ready are Drivers & Passengers?

  • Partially automated driving exposes drivers & passengers to great challenges when interacting with vehicle automation
  • Once automation reaches ‘Level 4’-like capabilities, will we ever reach the SAE ‘Level 5’ level of autonomy

Alexander Eriksson, Researcher, Driver & Vehicle, VTI

14:40

On our Way to E-Mobility – Driving the Vehicles of Tomorrow

  • Changing the mindset to improve air quality, decrease emissions & improve public health
  • How personal electric vehicles could become an extra source of energy for the home – new ideas & new business models

Jaime Ruiz Huéscar, E-Mobility Manager, City of Murcia

15:15

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

16:15

The Traffic Agent – We Need you to Spy

  • How can we increase the number of children walking or biking to school in Oslo?
  • Experiences of involving children in public urban & mobility planning
  • Examples of how the input from children is put into practice

Tina Hofland Engen, Consultant, Mobility & Traffic Section, City of Oslo

16:40

 The Green Transition on Ærø – the E-ferry project and beyond

  • The green transition on Ærø – how it is incorporated in our DNA
  • The E-ferry project – background, key technological features & current status
  • Capitalising on the unique competencies & network we have developed – plans to green the transportation & energy systems further

Cecilie Larsen, Project Manager, Municipality of Ærø

 

Social & Sustainable Cities

09:00

Welcome to Nordic Smart Cities 2018

Chairman’s Opening Remarks

09:10

The Challenge of Smart City Financing

  • How can cities engage with citizens to create innovate new funding platforms
  • How can crowdfunding & other new models of finance be utilised

Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative

09:35

Climate Finance Solutions as an Enabler of a Climate Resilient Economy

  • Creating an environment & framework for issuing green bonds
  • What can cities learn from Malmö’s first green bond issue

Claes Ramel, Senior Portfolio Manager, City of Malmö

10:00

Barriers To Green & Climate Bonds – Opening up Cities to the 100 Trillion Bond Market – Panel Discussion

Claes Ramel, Senior Portfolio Manager, City of Malmö

Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative

Panelist to be confirmed

10:30

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

11:30

Kalundborg Symbiosis – and Why it Became Successful

  • A best practice example of a public-private partnership that created local growth for more than 40 years
  • Moving from a linear to a circular approach to production, placing green energy transition in the main role

Lisbeth Randers, Development Director, Kalundborg Municipality

11:55

The Best of Circular Economy in the Metropolitan Area of Amsterdam

  • Breaking down traditional borders to create an environment for successful circular economy projects
  • Evaluating 3 years of Circular Economy in Amsterdam (more than 70 projects) including brilliant failures

Jolein Baidenmann, Materials Director, Metropolitan Area of Amsterdam

12:20

Gdynia, The Happy City – A Human Oriented Smart City

  • Empathic City – innovative approach to inhabitants
  • OPENNESS as a key: culture / education / decision making process / …
  • Attracting & keeping talent to lead the city reforms & economic growth through innovation

Bartosz Bartoszewicz, Deputy Mayor, City of Gdynia

12:45

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

14:00

Development at the Neighbourhood Level

  • Neighbourhood economics, how to strengthen a neighbourhood through a bottom-up approach & public-private partnerships
  • How to keep those value-creating stakeholders within an area in transformation

Andreas Anderholm Pedersen, Project Manager, City of Malmö

14:25

Transition & Transformation – Planning for a Smarter Future

  • How can cities ensure a people-centric smart city, rather than a technology-driven one?
  • What new methods, tools & mental models are needed to keep urban & spatial planning relevant?
  • How to ensure social cohesion & access to employment opportunities amidst large-scale economic disruption?

Patrick Driscoll, Project Developer, NTNU

14:50

Nature Based Solutions for Smart Cities

  • Urban & peri-urban agriculture for the improvement of social relations & citizen participation
  • Nature based solutions in the city: an opportunity for economic development & innovative enterprises

Marino Cavallo, Head of Research & Innovation, City of Bologna

15:15

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

Research & Development Lab

09:00

Welcome to Nordic Smart Cities 2018

Chairman’s Opening Remarks

09:15

Forward Planning to Meet the 2030 Global Goals for Sustainable Development

  • Transformative change to end poverty, reduce inequality & tackle climate change
  • Creating an environment for economic growth, social inclusion & environmental protection

Katrin Stjernfeldt Jammeh, Mayor, City of Malmö

09:40

Putting Social Cohesion & Citizen Participation at the Heart of Smarter Development

  • Utilising digital development to improve social cohesion & meet the needs of citizens
  • Creating the environment for a connected & cohesive city with the citizen at the centre

Daniel Marco Párraga, Director, Smart Catalonia

10:05

Digital Participation – Empowering the Citizens’ Perspective 

  • Expanding and improving citizen participation in urban development through web based platforms
  • Creating tools for digital on-site participation for seamless digitized participation processes

Claudius Lieven, Senior Researcher & Minister, City of Hamburg

10:30

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

11:30

KTH Live-in-Lab – A Platform for Handling Multiple Test-Beds across Stockholm

  • The challenges of integrating multiple smart building technologies into a manageable solution – collaboration is the key
  • Linking up smart test beds at KTH, Nordic Choice Hotels,  Einar Mattsson & Akademiska Hus

Jonas Anund Vogel, Director, KTH Live-in-Lab

11:50

Smart but also Human-Centric? Well being in the Built Environment

Why should we care?

Ways to improve wellbeing in the office environment

How do we do this? Review of certifications, e.g. WELL certificate for buildings

Vitalija Petrulaitiene, Researcher, Aalto University School of Engineering

12:20

Co-Botics for Intelligent Buildings – Human & Smart Building Interaction

  • What collaborating robots in the presence of human (co-botics) means for intelligent buildings
  • What is expected from intelligent buildings in addition to having lots of smart sensors

Moncef Gabbouj, Professor, Tampere University of Technology

12:45

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

14:00

Sharing Cities Sweden – World Leading Test Beds for the Sharing Economy

  • Improving national collaboration across 4 cities – Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö & Umeå
  • Strengthening Sweden’s competitiveness by developing new services for domestic & export markets

Kes McCormick, Associate Professor, Lund University

14:25

Smart Campuses – the Development of Next-Gen Smart City Solutions

  • Transforming your campus into a test bed and development hub
  • Creating an innovation environment that engages students, create solutions to challenges & offers the opportunity for economic development

Speaker to be confirmed

14:50

Intelligent Water Management – does it have a Positive Impact on Consumption?

  • Utilising cloud-based solutions to provide real-time data to households
  • Does understanding real-time water consumption lead to a change in behaviour?

Speaker to be confirmed

15:15

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

16:15

Testing Solutions for Revitalising Empty Spaces

  • Transforming urban decay into areas for citizens by the citizens
  • Increasing community engagement through the regeneration of underused spaces

Speaker to be confirmed

16:40

Connecting Research & Development Labs with Finance – Collaboration between Public & Private Sector – Panel Discussion

Jonas Anund Vogel, Director, KTH Live-in-Lab
Moncef Gabbouj, Professor, Tampere University of Technology
Panelist to be confirmed

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Research & Development Lab

09:00

Welcome to Nordic Smart Cities 2018

Chairman’s Opening Remarks

09:10

Mobilising the $100 Trillion Bond Market for Climate Change Solutions

  • Developing trusted standards for green bonds
  • What cities must do to take advantage of climate finance solution

Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative

09:35

Climate Finance Solutions as an Enabler of a Climate Resilient Economy

  • Creating an environment & framework for issuing green bonds
  • What can cities learn from Malmö’s first green bond issue

Claes Ramel, Senior Portfolio Manager, City of Malmö

10:00

Barriers To Green & Climate Bonds – Opening up Cities to the 100 Trillion Bond Market – Panel Discussion

Claes Ramel, Senior Portfolio Manager, City of Malmö

Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative

Panelist to be confirmed

10:30

Networking Break

  • This is your chance to meet the speakers of Nordic Smart Cities 2018
  • Organised networking giving you exclusive access to our smart city experts

11:30

Smart School Facilities – Building & Sharing Knowledge to Optimize Energy Use & Air Quality

  • Developing technical tools and qualitative knowledge
  • Facilitating improvement of energy use and air quality in schools
  • A Smart Cities Accelerator Interreg-ÖKS project

Kristina Geiger, Municipality Director, Båstad Municipality

11:55

Smart Village Svebølle – Living Lab for Smart Technologies in Small Towns & Rural Districts

  • Increasing the value of living in a small urban community – how smart technology can help to prevent brain drain & an exodus to bigger cities
  • Integrating technology from a test project into educational programs in order to strengthen the interest for science & maths among local students

Johan Ib Hansen, Senior Project Manager, Kalundborg Municipality

12:20

Creating an Innovation Environment in Second Cities

  • How Linz become an EU Top 5 Cultural & Creative City
  • The successful bid for UNESCO Creative City status
  • The city’s innovation agenda and the bid for European Capital of Innovation

Patrick Bartos, CEO, Creative Region Linz & Upper Austria

12:45

Networking Break

14:00

Speeding up the Change for a more Sustainable World

  • In collaboration with the innovation system
  • Boosting up commercialization of startups and scaleups
  • Innovations in collaboration to match market need

Sasan Shaba, Portfolio Manager, Swedish Energy Agency

14:25

Innovation Through collaboration – A challenge Driven Approach to Implementing the Global 2030 Agenda

  • Sustainable growth & the global agenda
  • Lessons learned from innovation projects
  • Principles when designing national innovation programs for smart & sustainable cities

Marie Karlsson, Programme Manager, VINNOVA

14:50

Smart City Research & Development as a Driver for Economic Development – Panel Discussion

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15:15

Networking Break

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