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  • Day 1 - Tuesday 28th


  • Day 2 - Wednesday 29th


  • Day 3 - Thursday 30th


  • Morning necessities are served in the Finnkino Plevna lobby area (1st & 2nd floors).
    AI in Future Tech
    BREAKS
    Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    CONFERENCE KEYNOTE
    Connectivity & 5G
    Digitalization of Municipalities
    Edtech & Global Markets
    Energy Storage Solutions in Smart Cities
    Industry Collaboration & Smart Solutions
    Mobility
    Safety & Security
    Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    Finnkino Plevna

  • The Smart City Mindtrek 2020 conference will opened by Teppo Rantanen, the Executive Director for Growth, Innovation, and Competitiveness, City of Tampere.
    Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    CONFERENCE KEYNOTE
    Mobility
    Safety & Security
    Where
    iSense

  • Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    CONFERENCE KEYNOTE
    Mobility
    Safety & Security
    Where
    iSense

  • Smart city development is not just about technology development, but cities want to use technology to improve the quality of life of their citizens, the efficiency of city services and activities, and the competitiveness of the region. Smart city development has gone from technology-driven development through citizen and user-driven co-creation to a tentative approach that addresses the needs of citizens in a diverse ecosystem. Sustainable, intelligent and smart city ensures that it meets the needs of present and future generations with respect to economic, social, environmental, as well as cultural aspects. To achieve this we need co-creation by value producing ecosystems. Smart city development, which enables the emergence of new internationally scalable smart city solutions, newest technologies and business models can be very far from simple. Therefore, it is important that we gather and share solutions and lessons through various networks. We are proud to present following professionals to share their visions for the smart city development in a changing world.
    Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    CONFERENCE KEYNOTE
    Mobility
    Safety & Security
    Where
    iSense

  • The 2015 Paris Agreement to curb global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to limit climate change to a global average temperature increase of below 2°C emphasizes the need to reduce GHG emissions. To reach this long-term target, energy consumption and GHG emissions must be reduced drastically in all sectors in the next decades. European countries have jointly been among the first signatories of the Paris Agreement and have committed to reducing domestic GHG emissions by at least 40% compared to 1990 levels by 2030. In European countries, the residential and commercial building stock accounts for approximately 36% of total GHG emissions. A substantial share of these buildings is older than 50 years. Accordingly, these buildings are often not very energy-efficient and are equipped with fossil fuel-based heating systems in many parts of Europe. The current efforts – political, technological and societal – have not led the European building stock into a carbon-neutral future. The speech will touch upon the reasons for this unsatisfactory development and suggest necessary steps towards a low-carbon future by taking advantage of international good practices and findings in research.
    Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    Where
    Room 7

  • Integration of relevant digital tools and services for event-related urban security, as well as concepts and tools for urban security management and training and for cross-sectoral cooperation between authorities are needs in modern event safety and security business. SURE creates a comprehensive and smart event-related urban security solution, complemented by the related investment on surveillance cameras and video analytics. The overall urban challenge tackled by SURE is based on rapid growth, major urban changes and related urban security challenges and development needs in Tampere. There are various popular and busy event areas in the Tampere city center. The key challenge of SURE is how to efficiently manage large crowd concentration and event-related urban security in Tampere - especially in a complex and evolving urban environments? How to maintain the high level of urban security in Tampere in connection with the rapid urban change, and to prevent a severe security incident without over-securing security-sensitive urban areas which may cause the undermining of the citizens’ sense of security?
    Safety & Security
    Where
    Room 9

  • The changing and increasingly complex security environment challenges the City of Tampere in many ways. Security and safety has been identified as one of the priorities of the City of Tampere strategy. One of the goals of the strategy is to increase effective and informed security cooperation with different authorities and other key actors. Improving security requires coordinated action by all sectors of society. Working together is the foundation of the city's security planning. Tampere wants to be a national and international pioneer in security and safety development and make the city even safer place for residents, visitors and companies.
    Safety & Security
    Where
    Room 9

  • The speech focuses on presenting the SmartRail Ecosystem, its mission, activities and long-term objectives.
    Mobility
    Where
    Room 8

  • The speech deals with the objectives of the City of Tampere to develop, test and deploy autonomous feeder transport services to the new tram/light rail service in Hervanta suburb and the Tampere University Hospital Campus area. The aim of the City is to offer automated on-demand door-to-door feeder bus for the whole Hervanta suburban area. In addition to feeder transport, it will also provide the citizens means to travel to schools, day care, hobbies, doctor, shops, other services, etc. The hospital campus area is the further extension of the SHOW-project. Due to the long walking distances (>300 m) the need for local autonomous transport services. The public campus area has already a lot of existing traffic and the shortage of parking places is causing problems. The area will also be one of the main transfer hubs between the area wide bus and tram services. The speech also describes the scope of the whole SHOW-project that will commence in the beginning of 2020.
    Mobility
    Where
    Room 8

  • Video analytics offer a variety of possibilities from public safety and personalized advertising to quality control and management of manufacturing processes. This talk will focus on how video analytics is regulated in the EU, what future regulative actions there might be, and what should be taken into account when utilizing such technologies from the legal perspective.
    Safety & Security
    Where
    Room 9

  • Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    Where
    Room 7

  • Mobility
    Where
    Room 8

  • Lunch will be served in the Vooninki Business Expo and in selected restaurants in the Siperia Centre. Both locations are outside of Finnkino Plevna. For details please check venue maps in the Eventos Mobile conference app or the www.smarmindtre.org website. Make sure to have your lunch coupon with you when dining in the Siperia Centre restaurants. If you have any questions about the lunch, please feel free to stop by the registration desk on your way out.
    AI in Future Tech
    BREAKS
    CONFERENCE KEYNOTE
    Connectivity & 5G
    Digitalization of Municipalities
    Edtech & Global Markets
    Energy Storage Solutions in Smart Cities
    Industry Collaboration & Smart Solutions
    Mobility
    Safety & Security
    Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    Vooninki Business Expo & Siperia Centre

  • Lunch will be served in the Vooninki Business Expo and in selected restaurants in the Siperia Centre. Both locations are outside of Finnkino Plevna. For details please check venue maps in the Eventos Mobile conference app or the www.smarmindtre.org website. Make sure to have your lunch coupon with you when dining in the Siperia Centre restaurants. If you have any questions about the lunch, please feel free to stop by the registration desk on your way out.
    Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    Where
    Room 7

  • The greatest growth potential in Finland’s timber construction lies in multi-story apartment buildings. Ever greater possibilities are opening for timber construction, as the significance of worldwide climate, environmental, and natural resource issues grow. Timber multi-story apartment building construction was started in Finland with a brief experimental construction phase in the mid-1990s. Today in Finland it is possible to design and build residential and workplace buildings as well as lodging and institutional buildings with wood frames and façades up to eight stories high. It is also possible to build timber apartment buildings over eight stories high based on analysis of functional fire design. To date (November 2019), 82 timber apartment buildings over two stories high have been built in Finland, comprising 2365 apartments. In addition, plans for new timber residential apartment buildings containing around 10,000 apartments are on the table all over Finland. There are several different types of frame systems available for timber apartment building construction, for which there is a sufficient amount of wood element production plants and manufacturing capacity in Finland.
    Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    Where
    Room 7

  • Mobility
    Where
    Room 8

  • While facial recognition technology is utilized increasingly across the globe, there are extending debates on the ethical aspects and acceptability of facial recognition. Such issues include e.g. that facial recognition is not an accurate tech, it is creating step by step everywhere reaching “surveillance state", there are challenges with individual privacy and data security, as well as it may have distorting effects on democratic processes. It is suggested, among other things, that facial recognition technology needs to be well regulated, system needs to be transparent and include “bias checks” as well as there needs to be an administrative procedure for correcting technological and social biases and faults in the system.
    Safety & Security
    Where
    Room 9

  • Mobility
    Where
    Room 8

  • In order to reach carbon neutrality, we must minimise emissions and maximise sinks. The real challenge is to implement this within each of the society´s sectors, especially in the built environment. Nevertheless, new approach to commissioning, design, procurement, construction and maintenance of the built environment is required, so that the ambitious climate goals can be met. Therefore both footprints and handprints need to be considered.
    Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    Where
    Room 7

  • This speech considers the differences on how human see the word and how cameras capture the word. We start from from the light and optics and continue to brain and image processing.
    Safety & Security
    Where
    Room 9

  • Mobility
    Where
    Room 8

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    Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    Where
    Room 7

  • What are smart cities? Why are they interesting businesswise? What are the challenges of smart cities? Why are smart cities good experimentation platforms? What is the role of collaboration in smart city context? How to succeed in smart city endeavors? Sari Mäenpää contemplates these questions both from literature and SURE-project viewpoints.
    Safety & Security
    Where
    Room 9

  • Mobility
    Where
    Room 8

  • Coming soon...
    Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    Where
    Room 7

  • Coffee is served in the Finnkino Plevna lobby (1st and 2nd floors).
    AI in Future Tech
    BREAKS
    CONFERENCE KEYNOTE
    Connectivity & 5G
    Digitalization of Municipalities
    Edtech & Global Markets
    Energy Storage Solutions in Smart Cities
    Industry Collaboration & Smart Solutions
    Mobility
    Safety & Security
    Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    Finnkino Plevna

  • Coffee is served in the Finnkino Plevna lobby (1st and 2nd floors).
    Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    Where
    Finnkino Plevna

  • Dr. Liimatainen will leads us through a scenario of decarbonising transport. Finland has set an ambitious target of reducing Co2 emissions from transport by 50% by 2030. Can it be achieved and what has to be done and what should be done to achieve it? What is the role of smart mobility services in this? The answers can be found in improving the efficiency of transport system, vehicle energy efficiency and replacing fossil fuels with renewable alternatives. It is a huge challenge, but answering it can make our lives better.
    Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    Mobility
    Where
    Room 8

  • Safety & Security
    Where
    Room 9

  • #districtheating #demandsupply #powershaving
    Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    Where
    Room 7

  • Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    Where
    Room 7

  • Mobility
    Where
    Room 8

  • Panel discussion hosted by PhD researcher Pasi Toiviainen, Aalto University
    Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    Where
    Room 7

  • Presenting the IMOVE project overview, including the MaaS case in five involved cities Gothenburg, Madrid, Berlin, Manchester and Turin. Brief differentiations of MaaS approached and the main conclusions and lessons learned.
    Mobility
    Where
    Room 8

  • Drone is powerful and already widely used tool for authorities as first responder, although we are sure the full potential is still far away. Could even the most conventional computer vision implementations be developed further to better serve DFR?
    Safety & Security
    Where
    Room 9

  • The main vision of PriMaaS is to promote the integration of traditional collective transport modes with personal and innovative ones by creating equitable mobility services truly focused on citizens' needs. Regional and national policy instruments should be adapted to promote a fully integrated intermodal approach between all transport services, namely by using data provided and gathered in real time about both travel demand and travel supply. At the same time, multiscale policy instruments should ensure that the more comfortable and affordable travel options for any individual to get from A to B has also minimum carbon levels.
    Mobility
    Where
    Room 8

  • Wrap-up and closing words for the Carbon
    Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    Where
    Room 7

  • Morning necessities are served in the Finnkino Plevna lobby area (1st & 2nd floors).
    AI in Future Tech
    BREAKS
    Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    CONFERENCE KEYNOTE
    Connectivity & 5G
    Digitalization of Municipalities
    Edtech & Global Markets
    Energy Storage Solutions in Smart Cities
    Industry Collaboration & Smart Solutions
    Mobility
    Safety & Security
    Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    Finnkino Plevna

  • Coming soon...
    AI in Future Tech
    CONFERENCE KEYNOTE
    Connectivity & 5G
    Digitalization of Municipalities
    Edtech & Global Markets
    Energy Storage Solutions in Smart Cities
    Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    iSense

  • Coming soon...
    AI in Future Tech
    CONFERENCE KEYNOTE
    Connectivity & 5G
    Digitalization of Municipalities
    Edtech & Global Markets
    Energy Storage Solutions in Smart Cities
    Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    iSense

  • Social Human-Robot Interaction in the Wild by Marketta Niemelä, Aino Ahtinen and Markku Turunen “The superhero of the university”: Experience-Driven Design and Field Study of the University Guidance Robot by Aparajita Chowdhury, Aino Ahtinen and Kirsikka Kaipainen Color Game: A Collaborative Social Robotic Game for Icebreaking by Nasim Beheshtian, Kirsikka Kaipainen, Kalle Kähkönen and Aino Ahtinen
    Academic Mindtrek
    Where
    Room 10

  • Digitalization of Municipalities
    Where
    Room 4

  • Edtech & Global Markets
    Where
    Room 9

  • We will go through some recent breakthroughs in artificial intelligence and try to understand how and when these will affect the industry and business.
    AI in Future Tech
    Where
    Room 8

  • 5G in a nutshell. What is the business potential of 5G? What is the status in the “race” to 5G? How will European operator business change? How 5G will become an integral enabler of future Smart City connectivity.
    Connectivity & 5G
    Where
    Room 7

  • When trust in institutions is declining, the public discourse is getting more polarized and the discussion becomes more toxic many people blame media. Yet media can be essential in creating a better dialogue and providing the context for understanding each other better. Good journalism is still the core, but in addition we need to implement new technologies in a creative way and co-operate more closely with our audiences. I will present a few examples of how we can use tech to strengthen journalism and how we might be able to strengthen society together.
    Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    Room 3

  • Edtech & Global Markets
    Where
    Room 9

  • Coming soon...
    AI in Future Tech
    Where
    Room 8

  • Connectivity & 5G
    Where
    Room 7

  • Digitalization of Municipalities
    Where
    Room 4

  • Digitalization of Municipalities
    Where
    Room 4

  • Edtech & Global Markets
    Where
    Room 9

  • Start with throwback and OP's AI as-is analysis late 2016. Considerations about AI journey goals and OP's point of view, disruption or growth can’t be only drivers. Deep dive to six key areas and tasks highlighting how OP got things rolling for AI. Highlights of OP's AI transformation journey at 2017-2018. Highlights of use cases delivered during 2018 and 2019 - e.g. Case chatbot, Case Personal Financial Management, Case Mortage process and Case Speech.
    AI in Future Tech
    Where
    Room 8

  • Connectivity & 5G
    Where
    Room 7

  • Head for the front doors! Lunch will be served in the Vooninki Business Expo and in selected restaurants in the Siperia Centre. Both locations are outside of Finnkino Plevna. For details please check venue maps in the Eventos Mobile conference app or the www.smarmindtre.org website. Make sure to have your lunch coupon with you when dining. If you have any questions about the lunch, please feel free to stop by the registration desk on your way out.
    Academic Mindtrek
    AI in Future Tech
    BREAKS
    Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    CONFERENCE KEYNOTE
    Connectivity & 5G
    Digitalization of Municipalities
    Edtech & Global Markets
    Energy Storage Solutions in Smart Cities
    Industry Collaboration & Smart Solutions
    Mobility
    Safety & Security
    Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    Vooninki Business Expo & Siperia Centre

  • Drug Traders on a Local Dark Web Marketplace by J. Tuomas Harviainen, Ari Haasio and Lasse Hämäläinen Local Foodie: Experience Design of a Mobile Augmented Reality Application for Tourists to Encourage Local Food Consumption by Jeongeun Lee, Kirsikka Kaipainen and Kaisa Väänänen Emerging Personalization Elements in Health Service Delivery: A Case Study in the Finnish Primary Healthcare by Olli Korhonen, Vasiliki Mylonopoulou and Guido Giunti Enabling Successful Crowdfunding for Entrepreneurs in Marginalized Communities by Niina Arvila, Marko Nieminen, Pietari Keskinen, Heike Winschiers-Theophilus and Roosa Laurikainen
    Academic Mindtrek
    Where
    Room 10

  • Edtech & Global Markets
    Where
    Room 9

  • Coming soon...
    AI in Future Tech
    Where
    Room 8

  • If the news media wants to affect the way news content is created, presented and delivered to us in the future, we need to develop new journalistic methods and forms. We need to bring together journalists, data scientists and designers. What does this mean concretely?
    AI in Future Tech
    Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    Room 3

  • Energy Storage Solutions in Smart Cities
    Where
    Room 7

  • Digitalization of Municipalities
    Where
    Room 4

  • Edtech & Global Markets
    Where
    Room 9

  • Digitalization of Municipalities
    Where
    Room 4

  • Automotive industry is in the middle of unforeseen disruption, shaking the fundamentals of the whole industry. Electromobility, autonomous operations, driver assistance, digitization, IoT, AI, data analytics... Just to mention few. This is an enormous technical challenge, but also a huge business opportunity. And what happens in automotive, happens also in heavy duty and industrial machines. What are the major challenges on our way to robot cars and vehicles, what role data and connectivity has in this game. How this elephant can be eaten. Or can it?
    AI in Future Tech
    Where
    Room 8

  • Energy Storage Solutions in Smart Cities
    Where
    Room 7

  • Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    Room 3

  • Edtech & Global Markets
    Where
    Room 9

  • Panel discussion with the topic "The energy transition and energy storage systems in smart cities" Panelists: Dirk Kaisers, Distributed Energy Management Segment Leader Europe, Middle East and Africa Region, Eaton Marko Lähteenmäki, CBO, Enico Marko Hurme, CEO Tampereen Kannen Areena Ilari Alaperä Fortum Oyj, Business Development manager Facilitator: Vilhartti Hanhilahti, City of Tampere – Former special adviser of environment and energy Secretary Kimmo Tiilikainen, now part of Tampere City Counsil and works with Kreab Oy as Associate Director, Public Affairs.
    Energy Storage Solutions in Smart Cities
    Where
    Room 7

  • Coming soon...
    AI in Future Tech
    Where
    Room 8

  • I'll talk about how AI will shape the future of media experience and how Yle is shaping it's operations around this change. I'll give an example of how ideas are scaled into products across the whole organisation. I'll also talk about cultural changes that intelligent data solutions brings with it into every organisation - what are the future skills that every organisation should have and how to get started with the change.
    AI in Future Tech
    Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    Room 3

  • Digitalization of Municipalities
    Where
    Room 4

  • Edtech & Global Markets
    Where
    Room 9

  • Academic Mindtrek posters available in the Finnkino Plevna main lobby.
    Academic Mindtrek
    Where
    Finnkino Plevna

  • Coffee is served in the Finnkino Plevna lobby (1st and 2nd floors).
    AI in Future Tech
    BREAKS
    CONFERENCE KEYNOTE
    Connectivity & 5G
    Digitalization of Municipalities
    Edtech & Global Markets
    Energy Storage Solutions in Smart Cities
    Industry Collaboration & Smart Solutions
    Mobility
    Safety & Security
    Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    Finnkino Plevna

  • Defining Playability of Games: Functionality, Usability, and Gameplay by Janne Paavilainen A Preliminary Network Analysis on Steam Game Tags: Another Way of Understanding Game Genres by Xiaozhou Li and Boyang Zhang Demographic differences in accumulated types of capital in Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games by Henry Korkeila, Jonna Koivisto and Juho Hamari In and Out Domains. Playful Principles to In-form Urban Design A Dialogue between Architects and Game Scholars by Valerio Perna and Gabriele Ferri IGDA Finland Hubs and their role in local game development by Lauri Komulainen and Olli Sotamaa
    Academic Mindtrek
    Where
    Room 10

  • Digitalization of Municipalities
    Where
    Room 4

  • I'll talk about the AI development flow from business problem to deployment. What is the idea behind AI, how to use it, and how to adopt it succesfully in business?
    AI in Future Tech
    Where
    Room 8

  • Coming soon...
    Energy Storage Solutions in Smart Cities
    Where
    Room 7

  • Digitalization of Municipalities
    Where
    Room 4

  • Digitalization of Municipalities
    Where
    Room 4

  • Location, location, location. Why is it important? Because everything happens somewhere. Without incorporating the location dimension you are not seeing the whole picture. You need to have the best valid data sources that describe all aspects of the problem you are trying to solve. People movement is one of the newest data sources in the field of location intelligence. Almost everyone has their mobile phone with them at all times and therefore our phones are the best IoT devices to be used to understand human behavior and movement. This anonymized and aggregated insights is used for example in urban planning, events & tourism, traffic planning and retail & real estate.
    AI in Future Tech
    Where
    Room 8

  • Opportunity for one-2-one discussions after the Eaton & Enico - Collaboration Announcement and Modular Energy Storage Product launch!
    Energy Storage Solutions in Smart Cities
    Where
    Business Expo in Vooninki Hall

  • Join us in Teerenpeli Tampere for casual networking with fellow conference pass holders. Drink tickets available until supply lasts, so be on time --> Make sure to have your conference pass with you so our staff can recognize you! Teerenpeli is all about enjoying our local beverages from Teerenpeli Brewery & Distillery, socializing, easing up a small appetite from our TeerenDeli menu and having a great time. Teerenpeli Brewery & Distillery produces first-rate, fine quality and tasty beverages for bar and restaurant sales and retail. Located in Lahti the Brewery & Distillery also include a shop for customers to buy products with an affordable price straight from the brewery. Serving great atmosphere, good music and local products – that’s what Teerenpeli is all about!
    Academic Mindtrek
    AI in Future Tech
    Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    CONFERENCE KEYNOTE
    Connectivity & 5G
    Digitalization of Municipalities
    Edtech & Global Markets
    Energy Storage Solutions in Smart Cities
    Evening happenings
    Industry Collaboration & Smart Solutions
    Mobility
    Safety & Security
    Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    Teerenpeli Tampere

  • Academic Dinner is organized for the Academic Presenters, Chairs and organizers of this years Academic Mindtrek 2020 conference.
    Academic Mindtrek
    Where
    Restaurant Tampella

  • Morning necessities are served in the Finnkino Plevna lobby area (1st & 2nd floors).
    AI in Future Tech
    BREAKS
    Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    CONFERENCE KEYNOTE
    Connectivity & 5G
    Digitalization of Municipalities
    Edtech & Global Markets
    Energy Storage Solutions in Smart Cities
    Industry Collaboration & Smart Solutions
    Mobility
    Safety & Security
    Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    Finnkino Plevna

  • Session 1 – Introduction | 50 min • Introduction of “Playable Concepts” research • Introduction of workshop organizers and instructors Session 2 – Game Making | 80 min Game Design: Brainstorming • Game design brainstorming session and tools • Participants translate a topic or concept into a game design Session 3 | 30 min Showcase of created games • Participants play each other’s games Discussion and Wrap-up: • How was it to create a game around your own research topic or concept? • Are the playable concept games able to convey the research topic or concept? • Would it be possible to implement it within your current research materials? • What is the potential of games as figures or embedded material? • What kind of concepts would they be able to illustrate? by Annakaisa Kultima, Christina Lassheikki and Solip Park
    Academic Mindtrek
    Where
    Room 10

  • AI technology can be used for so much good - but also bad. How do you manage the risks and maximise the potential? What do Telia do in this space and how do we avoid the pitfalls connected to AI development?
    AI in Future Tech
    CONFERENCE KEYNOTE
    Edtech & Global Markets
    Industry Collaboration & Smart Solutions
    Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    iSense

  • The use and development of tools is strongly linked to human evolution and intelligence. Physical tools, from the wheel to the plane and from knifes to production machines, have transformed what people can do and how people live. Currently, we are at the beginning of an even more fundamental transformation fueled by artificial intelligence and autonomous systems: digital tools, with build-in intelligence to amplify human abilities. Such digital technologies will provide us with entirely new opportunities to (1) enhance the perceptual and cognitive abilities of humans and (2) to delegate intermediate decisions and to interact on a different level of granularity. In our research we create novel digital technologies that systematically and empirically explore how to enhance human abilities. We aim at creating an efficient and pleasant cooperation between intelligent systems driven by artificial intelligence and human actors. If such a cooperation is successful, the resulting human-technology-system will outperform the technical system without a human user. Our experimental approach is to: first, understand the users in their context as well as the potential for enhancement. Second, we create innovative interventions based on AI that provide functionality that rethinks the granularity of interaction and provides humans with new powers. And third, we empirically evaluate and quantify the enhancement that is gained by these developments. It is exciting to see how ultimately these new ubiquitous computing technologies have the potential for making human actor measurably. With these technologies we could make humans more powerful, could overcoming fundamental limitations in human perception and cognition and eventually create abilities, currently considers super powers.
    AI in Future Tech
    Where
    Room 8

  • Coming soon...
    Industry Collaboration & Smart Solutions
    Where
    Room 7

  • Edtech & Global Markets
    Where
    Room 9

  • Coming soon...
    Industry Collaboration & Smart Solutions
    Where
    Room 7

  • Edtech & Global Markets
    Where
    Room 9

  • Coming soon...
    AI in Future Tech
    Where
    Room 8

  • Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    Room 3

  • Artificial intelligence (AI) is a force that is progressing rapidly. Advanced AI-driven autonomous control design methods are largely imminent in its future widespread use starting here and now. By combining digital twin technologies with advanced machine learning technologies, the overall time for product development is optimized. The demonstration of a general flow for training autonomous control mechanisms in a digital environment with realistic physics will be presented.
    Industry Collaboration & Smart Solutions
    Where
    Room 7

  • How to comply with standards and how to deal with ethics when harnessing modern technology to create better outcomes and quality of live for patients in healthcare.
    AI in Future Tech
    Where
    Room 8

  • Industrial maintenance is becoming more and more knowledge-intensive, and field workers use digital tools and solutions increasingly. In a typical work situation, maintenance technicians have their hands busy with tools and working equipment, and simultaneously they need to interact with mobile devices to access information. However, due to a sometimes harsh working environment, workers need to wear personal safety protection that limits the use of common interaction methods. For example, using a touch screen with greasy gloves does not work well. Therefore, there is a need for alternative interaction methods, such as gestures and speech. Applying these in an industrial setting is, however, quite challenging due to the tough working environment and safety requirements. In her presentation Sanni Siltanen will discuss these interaction challenges in industrial maintenance and share her insights into experimenting with different methods of interaction.
    Academic Mindtrek
    Industry Collaboration & Smart Solutions
    Where
    Room 7

  • Coming soon...
    Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    Room 3

  • Edtech & Global Markets
    Where
    Room 9

  • Academic Posters: Finnkino Plevna main lobby.
    Academic Mindtrek
    Where
    Room 10

  • Head for the front doors! Lunch will be served in the Vooninki Business Expo and in selected restaurants in the Siperia Centre. Both locations are outside of Finnkino Plevna. For details please check venue maps in the Eventos Mobile conference app or the www.smarmindtre.org website. Make sure to have your lunch coupon with you when dining. If you have any questions about the lunch, please feel free to stop by the registration desk on your way out.
    Academic Mindtrek
    AI in Future Tech
    BREAKS
    Carbon-neutral building & Energy
    CONFERENCE KEYNOTE
    Connectivity & 5G
    Digitalization of Municipalities
    Edtech & Global Markets
    Energy Storage Solutions in Smart Cities
    Industry Collaboration & Smart Solutions
    Mobility
    Safety & Security
    Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    Vooninki Business Expo & Siperia Centre

  • Academic Mindtrek
    Where
    Siperia Centre & Vooninki Business Expo

  • Coming soon...
    AI in Future Tech
    Where
    Room 8

  • Edtech & Global Markets
    Where
    Room 9

  • Coming soon...
    Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    Room 3

  • Industry Collaboration & Smart Solutions
    Where
    Room 7

  • Scalable and responsive information for industrial maintenance work – developing XR support on smart glasses for maintenance technicians by Sanni Siltanen and Hanna Heinonen Predicting the success of news. Using an ML-based language model in predicting the performance of news articles before publishing by Atte Jääskeläinen, Elli Taimela and Tomas Heiskanen Satisfaction and Willingness to Consume Immersive Journalism: Experiment of Differences Between VR, 360 Video, and Article by Mila Bujić and Juho Hamari Transferring scents over a communication network by Poika Isokoski, Katri Salminen, Philipp Müller, Jussi Rantala, Ville Nieminen, Markus Karjalainen, Jari Väliaho, Anton Kontunen, Marjaana Savia, Joni Leivo, Anca Telembeci, Jukka Lekkala, Pasi Kallio and Veikko Surakka User Experience of Stereo and Spatial Audio in 360° Live Music Videos by Jukka Holm, Kaisa Väänänen and Anas Battah
    Academic Mindtrek
    Where
    Room 10

  • Edtech & Global Markets
    Where
    Room 9

  • Coming soon...
    Industry Collaboration & Smart Solutions
    Where
    Room 7

  • AI in Future Tech
    Where
    Room 8

  • It’s a 2020’s generational experience for the gens Y and Z.” RARE – Mindful media for the youth RARE is a media that publishes content by the youth for the youth. Media’s platforms and channels are where our audience hangs out; in social media and events. RARE functions also as a laboratory that develops new ways of serving journalism and other forms media. Our mission is to build a better world by creating appealing journalism that is produced to support sustainable development, equality and diversity.
    Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    Room 3

  • Coming soon...
    AI in Future Tech
    Where
    Room 8

  • Coming soon...
    Industry Collaboration & Smart Solutions
    Where
    Room 7

  • Emerging technologies have presented a variety of new solutions and methods for media creation, such as advanced back-office tools as well as algorithmic content personalized for each user. Adopting these technologies requires careful consideration from legal and ethical perspectives. This talk covers both further opportunities and potential pitfalls of such technologies from the legal point of view. We’ll also discuss the key regulation and requirements related to the use, re-purposing and sharing of user data.
    Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    Room 3

  • AI in Future Tech
    Where
    Room 8

  • Coming soon...
    Industry Collaboration & Smart Solutions
    Where
    Room 7

  • Coffee and a little sparkling will be served in the main lobby of Finnkino Plevna on the final day of Smart City Mindtrek 2020 conference.
    Academic Mindtrek
    AI in Future Tech
    BREAKS
    Edtech & Global Markets
    Industry Collaboration & Smart Solutions
    Tech & Future of Media
    Where
    Finnkino Plevna