The future of Internet of Things, Wearable Technologies, Cloud Computing and Smart Urbanization to be revealed by industry leaders at “Innovative City”
Nice 04.June 2014 – The Internet of Things is rapidly becoming a central pillar for urban planners and developers. Digital urbanism can impact the city in many ways. It will reduce city energy costs for streetlights, improve traffic flows, increase safety of citizens and security of information, revolutionize city waste management through connected garbage bins, change the way cities handle parking through connected parking spots, support retail business through smart shopping carts, improve healthcare of citizens through wearables, and last but not least will change the information and communication behavior of citizens (e.g. by smart screens showing information relevant to their immediate proximity).
The Smart World Event taking place at Innovative City on 26 June 2014 in Nice, France will show successful smart urbanization projects and solutions for the future. It will be opened by Elaine Cook of Intel presenting the essential ICT prerequisites of smart cities. International experts, key players and innovative companies presenting at the Smart World Event will demonstrate the fundamental role oftheInternet of Things (IoT) andMachine-to-Machine (M2M) Communication, Cloud Computing and Wearable Technologies for a smarter planet.
Smart World Events, in collaboration with its regional partners Innovative City 2014, Com4Innov and Team Cote d´Azur, invites interested parties to get information about the latest developments and actual trends from global players, international experts and regional innovators at the Smart World Event, Nice. Participation is free of charge.
Agenda of the Smart World Event, Nice – 26 June 2014
2:00 Welcome by Jean-Francois Chapperon, Head of IT projects, Team Cote d`Azur
2:05 IoT as a main enabler of intelligent urbanization – Keynote Speech by Elaine Cook, Strategic Marketing Director for the Internet of Things, Intel EMEA
2:20 Introduction to the Smart World Session and the corresponding Innovation World Cups – Christian Stammel, CEO & Founder, Navispace
2:35 IoT, wearable and mobile communications – Gerard Cronin, Group Vice President, External and Marketing Communications, STMicroelectronics
2:50 How will the network society enable smarter cities? – Michel Liotard, Consultant M2M, Ericsson
3:05 Connected Dots with Telit Modules – Guido Walcher, Director, Quality and Intellectual Property, Telit Wireless Solutions
3:20 Geo services in the cloud – putting beings and things in their correct spatial context – Dr. Manfred Krischke, Co-Founder and CEO, CloudEO
3:35 Portable energy for IoT / M2M applications – Philipp Miehlich, General Manager, OEM, VARTA Microbattery
3:50 Testing new generation smart urbanisation projects using innovative IoT test bed – Claude Hary, Operational Director, Com4innov
4:05 Making digital interactions in Smart Cities secure and easy – Bernd Eckenfels, M2M Segment, Gemalto
4:20 Internet of Things architecture for Smart Cities – Soumya Kanti Datta, Research Engineer, Department Mobile Communications, Eurecom
4:35 Closing Remarks
Register for free at www.smartworldevents.com.
Smart World Events – smarter living on a smarter planet
Smart Technologies already are a fundamental part of our lives. There are limitless new developments and ideas. Integrating different technologies in our daily lives makes our world smarter. The Smart World Events, initiated by Navispace, are international and technology-orientated events addressing smart technologies running in line with the Innovation World Cup Series that are the global market leader for open innovation platforms for more than 10 years. The next Smart World Event will be in San Francisco on 8 – 9 July 2014.
Find more information about Innovation World Cup Series at www.innovationworldcup.com
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