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Smart City Event at Mindtrek 2016

Smart City | Future Health | Digitalization and IoT | Open Data | Open Innovation Platforms | Open Participation | Co-Creation

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Welcome

Welcome to the international Smart City Event in Tampere, Finland. The event is organized as a part of the annual, international Mindtrek conference and will be continuing the discussions that started in the Smart City Seminar 2015 in Oulu. The prior seminar in Oulu brought together around 300 like-minded people interested in smarter cities, and with the addition of the 20th international Mindtrek conference, also held in the same venue this year, we are expecting the total number of participants to climb closer to 1000 people in three days.

Smart City event 2016 will take place at Tampere Hall on 17th till 19th of October, 2016.

Smart City Event

Smart City Event is focused on intelligent community development and smart market creation. Topics that will be discussed include smart city, future healthcare, digitalization, internet of things, open data, open innovation platforms, co-creation and open participation.

Smart City Event and Mindtrek 2016 together give an unique perspective for the future and bring together people from all aspects of life to discuss these topics. Smart City Event 2016 will bring together the decision-makers of the public sector to promote and discuss future possibilities of smarter cities and smarter management.

What It's All About...

The target audience for the Smart City Event are people interested in figuring out how to make cities better places to live and to do business in. The event will have a multitude of discussion forums, workshops and inspiring speeches concentrating on themes like Smart Mobility, Circular Economy in Cities and Future Health. Smart City Event and Mindtrek bring together a unique blend of visitors from the public sector and tech companies. This blend creates new possibilities to move forward with ideas and plans for the future development of smarter cities and how to manage them effectively. It's all about lessons learnt and best practices!

Smart City Event Program on Monday

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All
Main Hall
Maestro
Duetto 1
Duetto 2
Opus 1-3
Sopraano
Riffi
Monday 17th of October
Monday 17th of October
Breakfast and Registration
08:30 - 09:50
Monday 17th of October
08:30 - 09:50

Opening Words by Anna-Kaisa Ikonen & Keynote: Neil Harbisson
09:50 - 10:45
Opening Words by Anna-Kaisa Ikonen & Keynote Neil Harbisson: The Future of Our Species
Monday 17th of October
09:50 - 10:45
Keynote
Location
Main Hall

Anna-Kaisa Ikonen, Mayor of Tampere, opens the conference. After that cyborg artist Neil Harbisson takes the stage.

Topic of speech: The Future of Our Species

Neil Harbisson is the co-founder of the Cyborg Foundation, an organization that promotes the use of cybernetics as a body part to extend human senses and perception. Harbisson has an antenna implanted in his skull that allows him to perceive colors that are outside human vision such as infrareds and ultraviolets.

This talk will explore how taking an active part in our own biological evolution is no longer a theory, but an option. Becoming technology, instead of using or wearing technology, opens up the possibility of having additional organs and senses beyond the ones confined to our species. By merging ourselves with technology we can become the designers of our own body and perception; and we can increase our survival possibilities in earth and in outer space. Are we witnessing the renaissance of our species?

harbisson.com

Dr. Hong Sheng Chiong: Challenging the Status Quo for Health Care
11:00 - 11:45
Challenging the Status Quo for Health Care
Monday 17th of October
11:00 - 11:45
Open Source World
eHealth
Location
Maestro

Topic of speech: Challenging the Status Quo for Health Care

With technology such as the SpaceX programme and the aim to land a man on Mars all happening at the same time, we are in fact still way behind in health care. With over 285 million people around the world suffering from visual impairment and 90% of them being preventable, achieving the goals of Vision 2020 to halve all preventable blindness by 2020 is far from reach. Dr. Hong, the founder of oDocs Eye Care will share his story and experience in how he and his social enterprise take on the challenge. Lumping together innovation, smartphone and open-source might not be a bad idea after all.

About
Dr. Hong Sheng Chiong is an ophthalmology registrar based in Dunedin, New Zealand. He is also the founder of oDocs Eye Care, a social enterprise with the aim of reducing the prevalence of blindness by making eye equipment more affordable and accessible globally. Dr. Hong and his team have created a set of ophthalmic examination tools that would allow clinicians to perform eye examination in various clinical setting. This is the world's first open­ source affordable eye equipment.

Dr. Hong has also won many awards including the New Zealand's People Choice Innovator Award, Clinician Challenge 2015, 3D printing grand prize, and has been nominated for the Innovator of the year 2016. He is also an open­ source project initiator and has previously initiated bionic arm and affordable 3D scanning projects. He is undoubtedly a well­respected public speaker and spoken at various national and international events including a TEDx talk in Auckland. Dr. Hong's research interest covers various fields of ophthalmology, telemedicine, and bio­engineering.

www.odocs-tech.com

Smart Citizen
11:00 - 11:45
Introduction to Smart City Event. The role of the Smart Citizen in future cities. Speeches by Teppo Rantanen and Päivi Myllykangas
Monday 17th of October
11:00 - 11:45
Smart City Event
Location
Duetto 1

Introduction to Smart City Event. The role of the Smart Citizen in future cities.

Teppo Rantanen, Director of Finance and Business Activities Group, City of Tampere

Päivi Myllykangas - The city environment as a living laboratory for the Tampere3 University

Ph.D. (Bus.Adm.) Päivi Myllykangas is currently working as the Director for Tampere3 Process. She has a vast experience in the fields of Finnish industry and business development. Experienced leader in strategic management, team leadership, and public relations.

Atif Maooied

A bright, positive and insightful thinker who brings understanding and vision to transportation issues. Long experience in transit and payment technology, via a consultative approach gained in a Business to Business (B2B) arena in both the private and public sector. Strong relationship builder, experienced in identifying customer requirements, stakeholder management and working with technical resources to develop enterprise-wide integrated solutions.

I enjoy working for Xerox International Public Sector delivering Intelligent Mobility solutions including parking & transport technology enabling Smart cities through innovation.

Speech description:
Smarter mobility- Transportation infrastructures can be adapted to the ever changing needs and behaviors of citizens. Xerox has developed visualization, optimization and simulation technologies that allow city transportation authorities and planners to better understand how services are used, monitor performance and improve their transportation offerings more quickly. More about this in my speech.

Business Networking Lunch
11:45 - 13:00
Monday 17th of October
11:45 - 13:00

Open Innovation Platforms
13:00 - 14:45
Role of open innovation platforms in urban and regional development
Monday 17th of October
13:00 - 14:45
Smart City Event
Location
Maestro

Open Innovation Platforms: Role of open innovation platforms in urban and regional development

Moderators: Mika Rantakokko ja Jari Jokisalo / Project managers, Open Innovation Platforms, the Six City Strategy, Business Oulu

13.00 Opening words:
Kari-Pekka Kronqvist / Head of Strategy, City of Oulu; Chairman of the Board, Open Innovation Platforms, the Six City Strategy

13.15 KEYNOTE: Future visions concerning cities and city networks as innovation platform
Gilles Bétis / Open Data Project Director, Transdev

13.45 Open innovation platform as approach to urban and regional development
Mika Raunio / Project manager, University of Tampere

14.05 Comment speeches:
Bror Salmelin / Advisor to the DG Information Society and Media, European Commission, DG Connect
Markku Koponen / Head of Programme. Innovative Cities (INKA) at Finnish Funding Agency for Innovation (TEKES), Finland

Pauli Välimäki / Development manager, City of Tampere

14.35-14.45. Discussion

Gilles Betis

Gilles Betis is Open Data Project Director at the Transdev Digital factory. He is in charge of the Open Data and Open Source project Catalogue (www.catalogue.global), whose development is supported by major contributors in Europe and beyond. He is also the chairman of the IEEE Smart Cities Initiative (smartcities.ieee.org). Before, he was leading the Digital Cities action line of EIT Digital (www.eitdigital.eu) and held positions of product line manager, marketing manager, solution leader and head of advanced engineering in Thales. Since the end of the eighties, he has been constantly involved with prospective, innovation and design of complex systems. Having an extensive industrial experience in IT transportation systems and smart cities, he always linked up emerging behaviours and societal needs to innovative technological solutions, allowing smooth adoption by final users. Gilles Betis was graduated in 1987 from Ecole Supérieure d’Electricité in France.

Circular Economy
13:00 - 14:45
Sirpa Pietikäinen:The ways cities accelerate the transition to a circular economy. Views from the industry: Mari Puoskari from Ekokem and Kari Herlevi, Senior Lead at Circular economy from Sitra
Monday 17th of October
13:00 - 14:45
Smart City Event
Location
Duetto 1

Thema: In this session we talk about the ways smart cities accelerate the transition to a circular economy.
- How industrial symbioses generate jobs and local prosperity.
- How Smart Cities can be living labs for zero-waste lifestyle.

Moderators: Kaisu Anttonen, environmental, manager, FT, City of Tampere and Pirkko Eteläaho, Development Manager, Cleantech, Tampere Region Economic Development Agency Tredea

Agenda

13.00-13.05 Kaisu Anttonen and Pirkko Eteläaho: Welcoming words and introduction to the theme
13.05-13.30 Sirpa Pietikäinen, Member of The European Parliament: 'Paradigm shift' needed for circular economy
13.30-13.50 Kari Herlevi, Senior Lead at Circular Economy from Sitra: Circular economy, great opportunity for industry
13.50-14.10 Mari Puoskari, SVP, New Business Ventures, Ekokem Ltd: The Circular Economy Village
14.10-14.30 Anne Raudaskoski, Co-Founder of Ethica, Circular Economy Consultancy: Case Hiedanranta: Circular & Sharing District.
14.30-14.45 Pirkko Eteläaho, Development Manager, Cleantech, Tampere Region Economic Development Agency Tredea Ltd: Green collaboration in Kolmenkulma Eco Industrial Park

Health Innovation Platforms
13:00 - 14:45
Sessio 1: Hälsaförmig - PHR for Sweden, ODA - self treatment apps for Finns
Monday 17th of October
13:00 - 14:45
Smart City Event
Location
Aaria

Moderator Jarkko Oksala, CIO City of Tampere

Hälsaförmig - PHR for Sweden
Helene Richardsson,
Affärsutvecklare Hälsa för mig
eHälsomyndigheten

Sweden is opening its Personal Health Record for citizens in the end of 2016. Meetings with developers have started and there is a strong interest about the coming service. The technical platform for developers  is available at developer.halsaformig.se

ODA - self-treatment apps for Finns
Jari Numminen,
Project Manager, City of Espoo, ODA-project

ODA-project is mutual project of main cities of Finland creating self treatment services for citizens. What is happening right now in the project?

Closed Session: Eurocities Thematic Sessions
14:00 - 17:30
Closed session: Eurocities Thematic Sessions
Monday 17th of October
14:00 - 17:30
Smart City Event
Location
Sonaatti 1

Closed session: Eurocities Thematic Sessions

Coffee & Networking
Monday 17th of October
14:45 - 15:15

Keynote Petteri Järvinen
15:15 - 16:00
Technology Expert, Columnist. Topic: Cybersecurity and Privacy in 2020. New challenges in datasecurity in modern, everyday life. Privacy is lost, but who needs it anyway? When the next crisis comes, you’ll be at the front line -- be prepared.
Monday 17th of October
15:15 - 16:00
Keynote
Location
Main Hall

Keynote speech by Petteri Järvinen, technology expert and columnist

Topic of speech: Cybersecurity and Privacy in 2020

- New challenges in datasecurity in modern, everyday life
- Privacy is lost, but who needs it anyway?
- When the next crisis comes, you’ll be at the front line -- be prepared

Smart Urban Planning
16:00 - 18:00
Smart city - just a buzzphrase or a new paradigm for urban planning? From urban sprawl to smart densification - that’s how we do it! Urban planning - accelerator for digital and resilient city.
Monday 17th of October
16:00 - 18:00
Smart City Event
Location
Duetto 1

- Smart city - just a buzzphrase or a new paradigm for urban planning?
- From urban sprawl to smart densification - that’s how we do it!
- Urban planning - accelerator for digital and resilient city.

Host: Hanna Montonen, Manager, City Planning, City of Tampere

Panelists:

Juha Kostiainen, YIT
He holds a position of SVP Urban Development and Corporate Relationships in YIT Corporation. Previously he has also worked at Sitra, City of Tampere and University of Tampere as a professor. His field of expertise is strategic development of city-regions.

Dr Isabel Pinto-Seppä

Experienced in R&D management, international project management and research policy making in the domains of Smart Cities, Energy, Built Environment and Smart Industry. Experience over 18 years in international RTD projects as international coordinator and project manager, including the coordination of ICT for EeB clusters (EEBERS). Coordinator at VTT of EC proposal portfolio and EC program management.

Milan Obradovic, deputy Mayor in the City of Malmö, Sweden

Since 2014, Milan Obradovic has been Chair of the Technical Committee in the city of Malmö and Member of the city’s Executive Board. Between 2008 and 2013, Milan was Chair of the city’s Environment Board. Between 2011 and 2013, Milan was Head of the Eurocities Environment Forum and since 2014 has been Head of the Eurocities Mobility Forum.

Milan Obradovic has a genuine commitment in the ambition to create a sustainable and attractive city — particularly related to the three pillars of sustainability: social, economy and ecology.
Malmö is a compact city, facilitating provision of collective services, including transport and bicycle pathways whilst simultaneously incorporating mixed use planning and green space; creating favourable conditions for sustainable urban development.

The European Commission awarded Malmö for the best Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning Award in 2016.
When Copenhagenize awarded the world's most bicycle friendly cities Malmö was number six on the list.

Jarno Laur, Deputy Mayor of Tartu

Mr Jarno Laur is a deputy mayor of Tartu and his main fields of responsibility are urban planning, land survey and use, architecture and building and strategic development documents. Previously he has been an MP in Estonian Parliament (2004-2007), served as senior political adviser to Estonian minister of interior (2007-2009) and minister of integration (1999-2003). His fields of expertise are smart city and spatial planning. Studied public administration in Narva College of Tartu University.

Deputy Mayor Detlef Wimmer, Linz

Mr. Detlef Wimmer is a deputy mayor of Linz and his main fields of responsibility are security, health, international contacts and finances. Previously he has worked in the economy resources department in the Austrian Military (2003-2009) and been a city councillor in the security department (2009-2015). Studied jurisprudence at the University of Linz, management and IT at the Paisii-Hilendarski-University of Plovdiv and public administration at IKW Linz & Hans-Sachs-Institute Wels.

Open Innovation Platforms
16:00 - 18:00
Role of open innovation platforms in urban and regional development
Monday 17th of October
16:00 - 18:00
Smart City Event
Location
Sopraano

Cities as Innovation platforms – linking real-world conditions and businesses to innovation process
Moderators: Mika Rantakokko ja Jari Jokisalo / Project managers, Open Innovation Platforms, the Six City Strategy, Business Oulu

16.00 Tartu Smart City Lab
Hannes Astok, Deputy Director and eGovernment expert in Estonian eGovernance Academy and Smart City Lab, Tartu

16.15 The launch of Citybusiness.fi
Mika Rantakokko and Jari Jokisalo / Project managers, Open Innovation Platforms, the Six City Strategy, Business Oulu

16.30 Introduction of innovation platforms by 6 biggest cities in Finland

17.00 Comment words
Tuija Hirvikoski / Laurea University of Applied Sciences, European Network of Living Labs
Kimmo Kumpulainen / Founder & CEO of SkillzzUp, Tampere, Finland

17.20 Discussion


Hannes Astok

Mr. Hannes Astok is senior expert and enthusiastic speaker for information society, specially promoting role of cities and challenges of the mobile governance. Hannes is Development Manager for the Estonian Smart Cities Cluster project and Senior Expert and Deputy Director for Strategy and Development in Estonian e-Governance Academy (www.ega.ee).
2012-13 Hannes was Adviser to the President of Estonia about the Information Society development.
Hannes was Member of the Estonian Parliament (Riigikogu) 2007-2011 and Deputy Mayor of Estonian second largest city Tartu 1997-2005.
He started his political career in Tartu, Estonian 2nd largest city, working for the decade for City of Tartu as Deputy Mayor. Today Tartu is one of the world’s leading cities in e-governance, providing for citizens and businesses wide variety of Internet and mobile phone based services.

Topic of the presentation

Every city like to be smart and use more technology to be more efficient and provide better public services. How to be smart? What are the bottlenecks and deal with them? How to be innovative, procure smartly and transparently new technologies? Hannes holds degree from Tartu University in journalism and public relations.

Health Innovation Platforms
16:00 - 18:00
Session 2: MyData in Finland, UNA - Side by side with Apotti, Business waits for standards
Monday 17th of October
16:00 - 18:00
Workshop
Smart City Event
Location
Aaria

Moderator Matti Eskola, Managing Director, FinnMedi Oy

MyData in Finland
Maritta Perälä-Heape
, Director
Centre for Health and Technology, Oulu

Person-centered care/MyData development is underway in Finland. Digital Health Revolution and some other projects are creating opportunities for preventive services and self care via innovative use of data.

UNA - Side by side with Apotti
Ari-Pekka Paananen
, ICT-architect
Pirkanmaa Hospital District

How will UNA solve the problem of open data in health care?

Business needs innovative customers
Juho Leppämäki
, eHealth Business Director
Atostek LTD

Innovative products create benefits when customers openly look for new approaches. Case study: Finnish KanTa.

Closed Session: EC members only, KSF Steering Committee
17:45 - 19:30
Closed session: EC members only, KSF Steering Committee
Monday 17th of October
17:45 - 19:30
Smart City Event
Opus 2-3

Closed session: EC members only, KSF Steering Committee

Closed Session: EC members only, EMF Management Committee
17:45 - 19:30
Closed session: EC members only, EMF Management Committee
Monday 17th of October
17:45 - 19:30
Smart City Event
Opus 4

Closed session: EC members only, EMF Management Committee

Evening Party Starting at Pakkahuone
18:00 - 21:00
Enjoy the evening's entertainment as well as food and drinks in great company
Monday 17th of October
18:00
Pakkahuone

The Six City Strategy Evening Party

Enjoy The Six City Strategy Evening Party's entertainment, as well as food and drinks in great company. The legendary presenter and comedian, Trent Pancy, helps you relax and let your hair down after the first day of the conference. The Evening Party is open for all ticket holders - welcome!

Preliminary schedule:

18:00 Doors Open
18:15 Welcoming Words by Jose Valanta, Chair of the Management Group, The Six City Strategy, Director of Economic Development, the City of Vantaa
18:30 Q&A with Six City Strategy Coordinators
19:00 Buffet opens
20:00 Fusion Finland Dance Show
20:45 Open World Hero & Makertech Awards Ceremony
21:00 Band: FM64

The party goes on until 23:00.

Fusion Finland - 3D Visual effects and projection mapping experts

Special effects which were until now seen only on movie screens are brought live on stage by Fusion Finland. The effects are conceptualised and neatly crafted by their artists and then fused with the technique of perspective design and 3D projection mapping.

Pakkahuone

Since 1988, Tullikamari's Pakkahuone (Old Customs House) has greeted a number of live music legends.

In addition to providing a superb setup for concerts, Pakkahuone has many uses with accessible and all-around features.

tullikamari.net

Smart City Event Program on Monday
Monday 17th of October

Smart City Event Program on Tuesday

Filter
All
Main Hall
Maestro
Duetto 1
Duetto 2
Opus 1-3
Sopraano
Riffi
Tuesday 18th of October
Tuesday 18th of October
Breakfast and Registration
08:30 - 10:00
Tuesday 18th of October
08:30 - 10:00

Closed Session
09:15 - 10:45
KSF Members meeting
Tuesday 18th of October
09:15 - 10:45
Smart City Event
Location
Duetto 1

KSF Members meeting

Closed Session
09:15 - 10:45
EMF Members meeting
Tuesday 18th of October
09:15 - 10:45
Smart City Event
Location
Duetto 2

EMF Members meeting

Keynotes: Lauri Oksanen & Markku Markkula
10:00 - 10:45
Two keynote speeches from two different point of views. Markku Markkula on Innovative Ecosystems and Lauri Oksanen on 5G and the Future of Networking
Tuesday 18th of October
10:00 - 10:45
Keynote
Location
Main Hall

Lauri Oksanen, Nokia Bell Labs

Topic of speech: " Future X Networks - a Nokia Bell Labs View"

Lauri Oksanen is Vice President for Research and Technology in Nokia. He heads Technology, Architecture, Vision, and Standardization in Nokia Bell Labs. He started his industrial career 28 years ago in fiber optics in Nokia. Then Lauri moved to mobile networks where he has worked with all major wireless technologies from GSM to 5G.

Lauri has worked in various advanced technology management positions covering fixed and wireless access, core, management and services, including also the HW and SW platforms. Lauri has Master's and Licentiate degrees in Telecommunications from Helsinki University of Technology (now Aalto), where he also worked as a researcher before joining Nokia.

Markku Markkula, President, EU Committee of the Regions and Advisor to the Aalto Presidents, Aalto University

From Smart Cities to Pioneering Regional Innovation Ecosystems
Achieving benefits: Pioneers to create sustainable growth are essential for Europe. The keynote will describe new opportunities on how cities and industry can benefit the on-going European activities of the smart city movement?

Mayors' Panel: Open Governance - Co-Creation Models
11:00 - 12:00
Open Governance - Co-Creation Models
Tuesday 18th of October
11:00 - 12:00
Smart City Event
Location
Main Hall

Open Governance - Co-Creation Models

Panel hosted by Teppo Rantanen
- Open-source governance in cities strategy and development policy.
- How can open data and open co-creation create smart business.
- Cities providing a bottom-up approach for smart growth, startups, livability and digital social innovation.

Panelists:
Anna-Kaisa Ikonen, Mayor of Tampere
Matti Pennanen, Mayor of Oulu
Aleksi Randell, Mayor of Turku
Milan Obradovic, Deputy Mayor of Malmö

Speaker introductions can be found here

Business Networking Lunch
11:45 - 13:00
Tuesday 18th of October
11:45 - 13:00

Smart Renovation
13:00 - 13:45
Three cities, three case areas - Malmö, Tampere, Tartu
Tuesday 18th of October
13:00 - 13:45
Smart City Event
Location
Riffi

Smart renovation of city districts built in the 60’s and 70’s - Three cities, three case areas.

Malmö - Tampere - Tartu

Moderator: Harry Edelman, Professor, Civil Engineering, School of Architecture

Smart energy efficient renovation concepts, best practices for motivating property owners, cities operating as an engine of co-creating smart and sustainable city districts.

Case Tammela, City of Tampere, Finland
Tiina Sahakari, the City of Tampere and Ecofellows Ltd.
MSc. Project manager in projects, EU-GUGLE and Low carbon Tampere TARMO+

Case Fastighets AB Trianon in Lindängen, Malmö, Sweden
- a holistic perspective on renovation and neighborhood development
Lena Eriksson, Project manager and sustainability strategist at the City of Malmö, Sweden.

Case "From Hrustsovka to Smartovka" - SmartEnCity lighthouse project, Tartu, Estonia
The project is about development and implementation of integrated smart city solutions, including demonstration and promotion of energy efficient refurbishment.
Raimond Tamm, Manager of SmartEnCity lighthouse project, City of Tartu

Mr. Raimond Tamm is a member of board in Tartu Science Park and in Tartu Regional Energy Agency. He has a Master of Science degree in Economics. During 2009-2014 Raimond worked as a Deputy Mayor for the City of Tartu and his main fields of responsibility were urban planning, land survey and use, architecture and building, communal services and strategic development documents. His fields of expertise are smart city, spatial planning, energy policy, economic policy and environmental policy. Raimond has been the spokesman for energy and smart city related issues in the City of Tartu. He is the manager of SmartEnCity lighthouse project which is about development and implementation of integrated smart city solutions. Raimond is also a member of Tartu City Council.

KSF and EMF thematic contribution to Smart City Event Tampere
13:00 - 15:00
Plenary session: How data can create new business opportunities and support smart mobility
Tuesday 18th of October
13:00 - 15:00
Smart City Event
Location
Duetto 1

KSF and EMF thematic contribution to Smart City Event Tampere (plenary session): ”How data can create new business opportunities and support smart mobility”

Moderator: Bart Rosseau, Head of data and information management, city of Ghent and chair of the KSF Data WG

• "Welcome and introduction to ITS in Tampere: Strategy and vision." Project Manager Mika Kulmala, City of Tampere

• Panel discussion on how data can create new business opportunities and support smart mobility (1h):

- Open data and interfaces - OASC working groups and operational mode, Martin Brynskov, chair of the Open and Agile smart cities

- Establishing public-private partnerships to support the development of innovative transport services on the basis of open data, Keroum Slimany, Grand Lyon (OPTICITIES project)

- Mobility as a service, Sampo Hietanen

• Q&A, discussion with the audience and identication of 2 or 3 smart and transferable concepts / ideas of how data can create new business opportunities and support smart mobility (40 min)


Keynote Boyd Cohen: Urban Entrepreneurship & Smart City 3.0
14:00 - 14:45
Urban Entrepreneurship & Smart City 3.0
Tuesday 18th of October
14:00 - 14:45
Keynote
Smart City Event
Location
Main Hall

Ph.D., Professor, Author, Co-Founder

Urban Entrepreneurship & Smart City 3.0

Smart City Event will have the renown urban strategist, Ph.D., Boyd Cohen give a keynote speech on the topic of sustainable development and smart cities.

Cohen obtained his Ph.D. at the University of Colorado (Boulder) in Strategy & Entrepreneurship. His expertise is in the areas of smart cities, sharing cities, urban innovation, entrepreneurship and sustainability. He is our lead consultant and researcher and is a regular keynote speaker at events around the globe. His research has been published in top academic journals. He also was the lead guest editor of a California Management Review special issue dedicated to cities as a platform for open innovation.

urbaninnova.com

Coffee & Networking
Tuesday 18th of October
14:45 - 15:15

Madam Hajbouha Zoubeir, Vice President, Phosboucraa Foundation
15:15 - 16:00
Speech by Madam Hajbouha Zoubeir, Vice President, Phosboucraa Foundation
Tuesday 18th of October
15:15 - 16:00
Smart City Event
Main Hall

Speech by Madam Hajbouha Zoubeir, Vice President, Phosboucraa Foundation

“Technopole Foum El Oued – Laayoune / Morocco
An Innovative and Smart city to serve the growth of the southern regions of the Kingdom of Morocco and Sub-Saharan Africa”

Mrs. Hajbouha Zoubeir, Vice President of the Phosboucraa Foundation – OCP Group, is born and educated in Laayoune. The Southern regions of Morocco and their environment have always provided a strong foundation and lasting values in her life.

After studying Business Administration and Cultural Management (BSc) at the University of Rabat, she started her career in the education field where she founded several school groups. She had served as member at the General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises, and as a founding member of the Moroccan Entrepreneur Women Association for Development.

Before assuming her duties as Vice President of the Phosboucraa Foundation, Mrs. Hajbouha Zoubeir, was appointed by His Majesty King Mohammed VI of Morocco to the Economic, Social and Environmental Council as an Expert. Today, Mrs. Hajbouha Zoubeir holds a Master Degree from ESSEC French Business School, in the Management of Cities and Territories, she is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA) - Executive program of Management, and she is continuing her PhD studies in the Development of Cities.

Since her appointment at the Phosboucraa Foundation, Mrs. Hajbouha Zoubeir had committed herself to the sustainable development of the Southern Regions of Morocco for the benefit of the most vulnerable population. To that end, many fields of action have been developed through the Phosboucraa Foundation: agricultural, social, entrepreneurial cultural, environmental and urban development such the prestigious Technopole Foum El Oued: «An innovative Smart City to Serve the growth of the Southern Regions of Morocco».

Awards: Arab Women Investors Award (Skhirat, Morocco), Women Entrepreneur Award (Geneva, Switzerland)

The Phosboucraâ Foundation has initiated an important city planning project: Foum El Oued Technology Cluster - A city of knowledge and innovation to benefit the southern regions.

Smart Renovation
15:15 - 16:00
Three cities, three case areas - Malmö, Tampere, Tartu
Tuesday 18th of October
15:15 - 16:00
Smart City Event
Location
Riffi

Smart renovation of city districts built in the 60’s and 70’s - Three cities, three case areas.

Malmö - Tampere - Tartu

Moderator: Harry Edelman, Professor, Civil Engineering, School of Architecture

Smart energy efficient renovation concepts, best practices for motivating property owners, cities operating as an engine of co-creating smart and sustainable city districts.

Case Tammela, City of Tampere, Finland
Tiina Sahakari, the City of Tampere and Ecofellows Ltd.
MSc. Project manager in projects, EU-GUGLE and Low carbon Tampere TARMO+

Case Fastighets AB Trianon in Lindängen, Malmö, Sweden
- a holistic perspective on renovation and neighborhood development
Lena Eriksson, Project manager and sustainability strategist at the City of Malmö, Sweden.

Case "From Hrustsovka to Smartovka" - SmartEnCity lighthouse project, Tartu, Estonia
The project is about development and implementation of integrated smart city solutions, including demonstration and promotion of energy efficient refurbishment.
Raimond Tamm, Manager of SmartEnCity lighthouse project, City of Tartu

Mr. Raimond Tamm is a member of board in Tartu Science Park and in Tartu Regional Energy Agency. He has a Master of Science degree in Economics. During 2009-2014 Raimond worked as a Deputy Mayor for the City of Tartu and his main fields of responsibility were urban planning, land survey and use, architecture and building, communal services and strategic development documents. His fields of expertise are smart city, spatial planning, energy policy, economic policy and environmental policy. Raimond has been the spokesman for energy and smart city related issues in the City of Tartu. He is the manager of SmartEnCity lighthouse project which is about development and implementation of integrated smart city solutions. Raimond is also a member of Tartu City Council.

KSF and EMF thematic contribution to Smart City Event Tampere
15:30 - 17:30
Speed Networking Sessions
Tuesday 18th of October
15:30 - 17:30
Smart City Event
Location
Duetto 1

EUROCITIES contribution to Smart City Event Tampere

Speednetworking sessions:

1) Utilising mobility data in Tampere, Case ITS Factory, Project Manager Mika Kulmala
2) Recommendations for smart procurements of innovative solutions for better transport, SPICE, Bahar Namaki Araghi (City of Copenhagen)
3) MaaS Finland and the concept of ‘Mobility as a Service’, Sampo Hietanen
4) Open data strategies in London, Ian Catlow (Greater London Authority)
5) Trac management as a service: a building stone for smart mobility, Pieter Morlion (City of Ghent)
6) Best practice from the business sector, company and speaker Jari Syrjärinne, Visionary Manager, HERE Positioning Services

Design Language for Public Digital Services?
16:15 - 17:30
Open Participation Workshop. The six biggest cities in Finland are interested in the possibility of a common design language. Speeches and discussion.
Tuesday 18th of October
16:15 - 17:30
Workshop
Location
Riffi

Open Participation: Design Language for Public Digital Services?

The six biggest cities in Finland are interested in the possibility of a common design language. Speeches and discussion.

Speeches by Matias Vaara and Petri Heiskanen from Idean Oy as well as Hannes Astok, a Development Manager for the Estonian Smart Cities Cluster project

Idean

Founded in Finland, Idean is a customer and user experience design agency. We work with a number of Fortune Global 500 brands including IBM, Volkswagen, Samsung and LG.

With a team of more than 160 designers, technologists and strategists, Idean is based in Palo Alto, California, with studios in Austin, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Berlin and Helsinki.

Petri Heiskanen is the creative director at Idean. He oversees the quality of design work across the global organisation. Petri has worked with global and Finnish clients including IBM, Ericsson and S-Ryhmä. He was heavily involved in the creation of a global design practise at IBM.

Matias Vaara is a Lead Service Designer at Idean. His work ranges from big picture digital strategy to hands-on digital service prototyping on all devices. He has worked with clients including Audi, ABB and Sanoma.

Participating:
Jarkko Oksala, CIO at City of Tampere
Juhani Heikka, CIO at City of Oulu
Rami Savila, Director at City of Turku
Kari Miskala, Acting Head of Unit, ICT of City of Helsinki
Hannes Astok, Development Manager for the Estonian Smart Cities Cluster Project

Technical Site Visits, P-Hämppi
17:45 - 18:45
P-Hämppi
Tuesday 18th of October
17:45 - 18:45
Smart City Event

If the weather allows, walking tours to two locations in the city centre will be organised: P-Hämppi car park and Demola innovation centre. More information announced later.

Technical Site Visits, Demola
17:45 - 18:45
Demola
Tuesday 18th of October
17:45 - 18:45

If the weather allows, walking tours to two locations in the city centre will be organised: P-Hämppi car park and Demola innovation centre. More information announced later.

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Conference Dinner at Vapriikki
19:15 - 22:00
Flamma Mechanik Fire Show opens the dinner
Tuesday 18th of October
19:15 - 22:00
Smart City Event
Vapriikki

Conference Dinner by The City of Tampere

Program:

klo 19.15
Flamma Mechanik Fire Show (outside)
klo 19.30
Welcoming Words: Mayor Anna-Kaisa Ikonen
klo 19.40
Tampere Smart City Ecosystem Launch
Executive Director Teppo Rantanen

Buffet Dinner

Music by Susanna Borgenström Ensemble

Free admission through the evening to the following exhibitions:
The Tammerkoski Rapids and the Story of Tampere, Tampere 1918, The Finnish Hockey Hall of Fame's miniature exhibitions, Narrative Thread - the 10th TEXO triennial of textile art.

Flamma

Flamma is a fire show group from Tampere. Since 2002 the group has performed in hundreds of event around the country.

Vapriikki

Located on the banks of the Tammerkoski rapids, Vapriikki is a museum centre that offers things to see and do for the whole family. Vapriikki hosts about a dozen exhibitions each year, with varied themes, including history, technology, and natural sciences.

Vapriikki is also home to the Natural History Museum of Tampere, the Media Museum Rupriikki, the Mineral Museum, the Finnish Hockey Hall of Fame, the Doll Museum and the Postal Museum. Visitors are served by museum restaurant Valssi and the Vapriikki museum shop, which offers a wide selection of books, gifts, and souvenirs.

Smart City Event Program on Tuesday
Tuesday 18th of October

Wednesday 19th of October

Wednesday 19th of October
Wednesday 19th of October
Coffee
08:30 - 09:00

Keynote: Matti Sommarberg
09:00 - 09:30
Maestro
Main Hall

Digitalization as a Paradigm Changer – Learnings from the machine building industry

Matti Sommarberg
Vice President, Senior Technology Advisor, Cargotec / Kalmar

More than 30 years’ experience in various senior management positions in the machine building industry serving global transportation. The presentation is based on the doctoral dissertation that is investigating mechanisms that can disrupt machine building industry enabled by digital technologies. It is also seeking understanding on factors that are either accelerating or inhibiting the development.

Closed sessions: Working Group Meetings
09:30 - 11:00
Thematic sessions, EC members only
09:30 - 11:00
Sonaatti

Joint Working Group meetings of European Knowledge Society, Mobility Forum, OASC Workshop and ITS Factory.

Sharing Economy in Cities
09:30 - 12:30
Joel Järvinen (Uber Finland), Pekka Möttö (tuup.fi), Harri Paloheimo (PiggyBaggy), Johanna Kohvakka (From Waste to Taste), and Roope Mokka (Demos Helsinki)
09:30 - 12:30
Maestro

Sharing economy and collaborative consumption are increasingly topical issues in terms of customer behavior, business models, and the economic logics at large. Powered by the digital technology and internet they often promise to provide socially, environmentally and/or economically more sound and sustainable solutions than prevailing economic model does.

Sharing economy’s ideas and practices are very relevant for the cities as public service providers and as urban communities in general. In this session real-life services implementing the ideas of the sharing economy are introduced and their future potential and challenges, especially in the context of cities, are discussed.

Agenda:

9.30 Mika Raunio, University of Tampere (moderator) Sharing Economy in Cities?
9.40 Ms. Mia Akerblom, Member of the local council, Linz, Austria, – experiences from Linz
10.05 Joel Järvinen, Uber Finland - Tap the app and get a ride
10.30 Pekka Möttö, Tuup.fi - MaaS and mobility planning service
10.55 Harri Paloheimo, PiggyBaggy – Ride sharing for goods
11.20 Johanna Kohvakka, From Waste to Taste - circular economy and food surplus restaurant
11.45 Roope Mokka, Demos Helsinki: How sharing economy changes the cities
12.10 Mika Raunio, questions and comments from the audience: Wrap-up and follow up.

Moderator Mika Raunio, Tampere University

Mia Akerblom, Linz

Ms. Mia Åkerblom is a member of the Municipal Council - Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ). Also deputy of the committee for security and her main fields of responsibility are health and international relations and political representative in the Migration and Integration Advisory Council (MIB). Studied international business management in Mälardalen University of Sweden and general management in Johannes Kepler University of Linz.

Pekka Möttö, CEO, Partner, tuup.fi

Harri Paloheimo, PiggyBaggy
Ride-sharing for goods.
Convenient: Get stuff delivered door-to-door inexpensively by a friendly neighbour.
Sustainable: Crowdsourcing deliveries saves time, money and the environment.
Secure: The registrations are made with real names. All deliveries are insured up to 100 euros.
piggypaggy.com

Johanna Kohvakka, From Waste to Taste
Opened in June 2016, From Waste to Taste is Finland's first waste food restaurant. This sharing economy project fights against global warming and food waste.
waste2taste.com

Roope Mokka, Demos Helsinki
The Nordic think tank.
demoshelsinki.fi

Workshop: Smart City Capabilities
09:30 - 12:20
- Evaluate your own city. The workshop enables cities to achieve better understanding about the required capabilities to become truly transformed Smart City. Workshop will include a session where cities will evaluate their own maturity level against Smart City development stages and learn from other participating cities’ experiences. Workshop is based on Smart City Capability Framework developed by Deloitte. More information about the framework can be found from this report from page 27 onward. Workshop can be used as a first step towards systematic Smart City Capability development.
09:30 - 12:20
Smart City Event
Aaria

– Evaluate your own city

The workshop enables cities to achieve better understanding about the required capabilities to become truly transformed Smart City. Workshop will include a session where cities will evaluate their own maturity level against Smart City development stages and learn from other participating cities’ experiences. Workshop is based on Smart City Capability Framework developed by Deloitte. More information about the framework can be found from this report from page 27 onward. Workshop can be used as a first step towards systematic Smart City Capability development.

Workshop agenda:

9.30 – Introduction - The building blocks of successful Smart City
10.15 – Interactive Workshop – Smart City Maturity self-assessment and peer learning
11.45 – Wrap-up and discussion – Roadmap for Smart City capability development

Workshop is run by Mr Daniël Charité and Matias Korin from Deloitte

Daniel Charité is working within Deloitte Netherlands and part of the service line ‘Innovation Growth Services’. He is leading an initiative called ‘GovLab’ which is especially focused on innovation in the Public Sector. Daniel has worked together with the City of Amsterdam to develop strategy on smart cities, develop an innovation program for the city with a triple helix approach and develop and implement a new service delivery model.

Coffee
11:00 - 11:30

Closed sessions: Working Group Meetings
11:30 - 13:00
Thematic sessions, EC members only
11:30 - 13:00
Sonaatti

Joint Working Group meetings of European Knowledge Society, Mobility Forum, OASC Workshop and ITS Factory.

Closing Plenary: Harri Airaksinen, CEO, Tampere Region Economic Development Agency Tredea
12:30 - 13:00

Harri Airaksinen, CEO, Tampere Region Economic Development Agency Tredea

Lunch
13:00 - 14:00
13:00 - 14:00

Technical Site Visits
14:00 - 17:00
The Tampere Rantatunneli tunnel & P-Hämppi

The Tampere Rantatunneli tunnel and P-Hämppi

Rantatunneli
"Between 2013 and 2017, just over four kilometres of Highway 12 (Vt 12 Tampereen Rantaväylä) will be rerouted. Together, we have taken on a huge challenge, building a 2.3-kilometre road tunnel - the longest in Finland - along with the related interchanges and route arrangements.

As it is completed, the Rantatunneli tunnel will free up a large swath of central Tampere's northern areas for the use of residents, while also providing easier access to the shoreline of Lake Näsijärvi. Rock material generated during the tunnel excavation has been used to fill in the water body for the park being created in the new Ranta-Tampella district." - Rantatunneli Alliance

P-Hämppi
P-Hämppi opened to the public in 2012. It's an underground car parking facility located at the heart of the city, 30 meters below Hämeenkatu. P-Hämppi won the internationally acclaimed EPA (European Parking Association) Award in 2013, in the category of best new parking facilities.

P-Hämppi has very high accuracy license plate recognition with high-resolution cameras and advanced entry control and vehicle guidance features. The facility was designed with customer friendliness, cost-effectiveness and safety in mind.

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Technical Site Visits
14:00 - 17:00
New Factory & Demola
Meeting time 14:30
Smart City Event
Location
Väinö Linnan aukio 15, 33210 Tampere

New Factory is an innovation center and business incubator that brings entrepreneurs, students, mentors, researchers, experts and inventors from various fields together to co-create and turn bright ideas into excellent products and services.

Demola is a student innovation project platform, where multidisciplinary student teams, project partners and universities come together to find solutions to real-life challenges.

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Technical Site Visits
14:00 - 17:00
Kampusareena - A hub of science, research and technology
14:00 - 17:00
Smart City Event
Location
Korkeakoulunkatu 7, Tampere

Kampusareena

A hub of science, research and technology

This extreme concentration of know-how is being developed in the heart of the Tampere University of Technology campus in Hervanta. Technology Centre Hermia, VTT Technical Research Centre and other hi-tech companies are located right next door. A small town’s worth of students, master’s degree in technology graduates, researchers and other top professionals work and study in the area.

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Technical Site Visits
14:00 - 17:00
Tampere Tram Route
14:00 - 17:00
Smart City Event
Finlayson

Antti Haukka, project engineer from City of Tampere will be introducing the Tampere Tram Route.

This Site Visit includes a bus trip along the planned route.

Register to Site Visits

Wednesday 19th of October
Wednesday 19th of October

Smart City at Mindtrek 2016

Smart City Event is produced by COSS in cooperation with the City of Tampere and 6Aika cities as part of the Mindtrek 2016 conference. Contact Information: info@mindtrek.org, +358 400 415 858