Agenda

Agenda

We value your time as much as you do, and that is why we have prepared an inspiring and goal-oriented agenda, fortified by wise speakers and educational key notes. Solve your current issues by participating in view-broadening and mind-sharing discussions or benchmark your success against that of your peers. Register now and take the first step for moving ahead!

Time Event Speakers
08:45

Registration & Morning Coffee

09:30

Welcome Address

09:40

Smart City – Making the Most of Your Investments

Jan Alexa
Senior Research Analyst, Insights and Vertical Markets, IDC CEMA

What makes Smart City initiatives sucessful? What risks do they present?


The concept of Smart Cities frames local government transformation driven by sustainable development, improving services delivery in transportation and public safety; fostering innovation, attracting investment, new businesses, and talent; meeting citizens' rising expectations; and building successful business cases and models.
While national governments keep Smart Cities high on their priority lists, supported with considerable resources, local governments are faced with challenges such as keeping a healthy balance between infrastructure investments, civic engagement, and tangible outcomes for citizens and their quality of life.
This presentation will take a close look at being "smart" in this context through the prism of IDC’s Smart City MaturityScape.

10:00

Ghent, (Smart) City of People. A human centric approach to building the European city of the future.

Karl-Filip Coenegrachts
Chief Strategy Officer, City of Gent
10:20

Digital Wellbeing Program

dr. András Levente Gál
Permanent Expert, Digital Wellbeing Program
10:40

Smart City Technology Solution Provider Key-Note

István Király
Director, Enterprise Business Unit, Vodafone Magyarország Zrt.
11:00

Coffee Break & Networking

11:20

Innovation is our Heritage

Zoltán Vámos
General Manager, Lighting Division, Tungsram Group
11:40

Lechner Tudásközpont Presentation

Dr. András Sik
Director of Geospatial Services, Lechner Tudásközpont
12:00

Financing of Smart City Development

Dr. Katalin Simon
Deputy CEO, Hungarian Development Bank
12:20

Turning Assets Into Impact - Independent Key-Note

Sándor Kulcsár
Smart City Expert, ITI Magyarország Kft.
12:40

Buffet Lunch

13:40

Smart Liget. Digital Services for The Visitor Experience and Sustainability

Máté Petrik
Project Manager of Liget Smart Lab, Városliget Zrt.
14:00

Debrecen Smart City - Development Opportunities Based on Real-time Traffic Data

László Mátyus
Smart City Senior Expert, EDC Debrecen Város- és Gazdaságfejlesztési Központ
14:20

Electric and Intelligent Mobility: A Roadmap to Smart Environment

Zoltán Vígh
Public Affairs Executive, Jedlik Ányos Klaszter

Disruptive trends, like electric and intelligent mobility are about to change our perceptions about a vast range of things. But how can we ensure that these changes should really produce the best solutions? The experience what we at the Hungarian E-Mobility Cluster gained so far is that stakeholders must more and more closely cooperate in very complex matters, like regulation, policymaking, city planning or social networking. We should not forget that the main reason and the main goal of these changes is sustainability - in an ever smarter environment. Thus it is worth examining how the new mobility trends can meet the expectations of the relevant stakeholders.

14:40

Coffee Break & Networking

15:00

IDC Connect Sessions: moderated, interactive discussions about the following hot topics
Planning, Financing, Transportation, Energy, Visitor Experiences

Samu Szemerey,
László Mátyus,
Máté Petrik,
Gábor Pukler,
Zoltán Vígh
16:20

Closing Remarks

Contacts

Szabolcs Uveges

Conference Manager

+36 1 473 2375

Gabor Fauszt

Country Manager

+36 1 473 2376

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