Congress
Smart Cities of things
& Smart Government

Evénement international avec traduction simultanée
Bruxelles, le 25 avril 2017
The international auditorium
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Program Plenary session
Network Break
Network drink
End
Covered Themes
Smart Environment
Smart Energy - Smart Grid - Green buildings
Light, waste, water management
Smart Mobility
Real-time data collection
ICT integrated transport & logistics systems
Traffic- and parking management
Smart Government
e-Government - Simplification
Participatory decision making
Public Private & Civil Partnership
Smart Living
Health - ICT-enabled lifestyles
Social cohesion and social capital – Safety
Smart Economy
eBusiness - ICT Manufacturing - Smart Clusters
Smart People
E-skills - Creativity & innovation
Access to Education & training
Confirmed speakers
Moderator
09:00 Opening of the congress
Luc Blyaert
Digital and technology expert

Digital, technology, journalism, awards, multilingual
Format original sur base d'interviews préalablement préparées

Pour chaque session, nous prévoyons une vingtaine de questions liées au thème.
Chaque orateur a pu identifier à l'avance les questions qu'il souhaite traiter.
Grâce à une préparation interactive, les orateurs connaissent toutes les questions qui seront abordées.
Ceci élimine toute redondance et les sujets seront abordés en profondeur.
Frank De Weser
Director
Business Marketing
M2M/IoT Business Unit
Orange

M2M - IoT - Big Data
09:15 - Track 1 : Government
Jo Steyaert
CEO Bpact
partner IndiVille

Belgium Smart Cities Survey
Wouter Degadt
Coordinator
e-Government
Intercommunale Leiedal

Smart-Government - Local - Digital network in Smart Region
Erwin De Pue
Directeur-generaal
DAV-ASA

Better use of resources - Collaboration - Smart Simplification
Ivan Stuer
IT Security manager/DPO
Policy advisor Smart Cities
Agentschap Informatie Vlaanderen

Security - Privacy - e-government - Smart Cities
Benoit Hucq
Directeur Général
Agence du Numérique

Smart Region
Jim White
Industry Lead
Cities & Local Government
SAP

Data privacy and security - Sharing performance(data)
10:05 - Track 2 : Environment
Karl-Filip Coenegrachts
Chief Strategy Officer
Stad Gent & OCMW Gent

Smart city strategy - Future urban strategies
Frank Butstraen
Executive Director
FuturoCité

Mobility - Environment - Social Media Analytics - PPP
Zoé Lejeune
Project Manager REMOURBAN
AREBS asbl

Energy Efficiency - Sustainable Renovation - Mobility
Bénédicte Borckmans
Communication
Eriges

Master Plan Seraing - Urban renovation
11:30 - Track 3 : Mobility
Joep Crompvoets
Senior Researcher & Consultant in Spatial Data Infrastructures
Public Gov. Institute - KU Leuven

E-government and Spatial Data Infrastructures
François Narbonneau
Head of Department Smart Technologies
Multitel - Eurometropolitan Research Centre

ITS (Intelligent Transport Systems) - Video surveillance - Sensors - e-mobility
Elke Bossaert
Manager - Mobiel 21
Organisation for sustainable mobility

Sustainable mobility - Traffic Poverty - Social, Ecological and Economic aspects
Kristin Adriaensen
Business Developer
e-mobility cluster
i-Cleantech Vlaanderen

e-mobility
Nicolas Himmer
Smart City Manager
Ville de Namur

Transport intelligent - Ville numérique
Daniël de Groot
Policy Advisor
Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment

The role of the Government in the Smart City ecosystem.
13:30 - Track 4 : Living, Urbanism, Health & Safety
Mieck Vos
Algemeen Directeur
VVSG

Association of Flemish Cities and Municipalities
Prof. Ana Ruiz Bowen
Coordinator Energies Habitat Environnement
HEI Hautes Etudes d'Ingénieur

Urban development - Sociology - Eco-neighborhoods - Architecture
François Laureys
Gestionnaire de projets Smart Cities
BEP Namur

Open Data Platform - Participatory democracy - Collaborative platform - Crowdfunding platform
Gino Dehullu
Strategic advisor and project manager
Stad Roeselare

Cities in transition
Frank Robben
General manager
Crossroads Bank for Social Security

eHealth - process optimisation - strategy
Rogier Havelaar
Programmamanager
Smart City Solutions Strategie - Postnl

Information services - Data collection - Mailmen netwwork - Socially projects
14:30 - Track 5 : Finance models - Innovation - Economie
Prof. Rudy Aernoudt
Chief Economist
European Commission

Financing models for Smart Cities - Blockchain
Karel Volckaert
Visiting fellow
Itinera

Valuation - Risk management - Fund management
Rob van Kranenburg
Founder of Council
Largest independent #IoT Thinktank

Smart Economy - IoT - Circular - TAGITsmart
Marloes Pomp
Blockchain team overheid
Rijksoverheid

Blockchain - 25 public sector pilots - Rewear/sharing economy
Bernard De Potter
Administrateur-generaal
Agentschap Innoveren
& Ondernemen

Transitie Industrie 4.0
Karin De Craecker
Bedrijfsdirecteur
Stad Antwerpen

Blockchain: Overheid in of aan de ketting? - Slim in de stad prijs 2016
16:00 - Track 6 : Education - Socially driven & digital fracture
Ilse Mariën
PhD Researcher
Vrije Universtiteit Brussel

Digital Inequalities - e-Inclusion - Societal Impact of Digitization Processes
Stijn Oosterlynck
Associate Professor in Urban Sociology
University of Antwerp

Niet elke slimme stad is technologisch; niet elke technologie is slim
Stefan Platteau
Coordinateur
Fobagra

Digital fracture - Social Inclusion
Julie de Pimodan
Fondatrice - CEO
Fluicity

Democratie - Réseau citoyen
Nathalie Crutzen
Director, Smart City Institute
HEC-ULg

Quality Education - Renewable Energy - Reduced Inequalities - Sustainable Cities - Responsible Consumption
Aline Muylaert
E-Democracy Builder
at CitizenLab

 
Civic engagement platform
 
17:00 - Closing keynotes & opening of the Community
Mohamed Ridouani
Schepen van personeelszaken, onderwijs, economie, leefmilieu en vastgoed - Leuven

Administratieve vereenvoudiging - duurzame ontwikkeling - economische ontwikkeling - Mindgate
Danny Van Heck
General Manager, EMEA
Public Services & Healthcare - SAP

Smart Cities:
The Next Digital Frontier
 
Bruno Segers
Bruno speaks in his own name
As a passionate European, Belgian and Flemish citizen
If you are curious klick on linkedin

Smart Flanders - Samenbundelen van innovatie, kennis, ideeën, mensen en middelen
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Participation Info
The International Auditorium

Koning Albert II laan 5, 1210 Brussel
Boulevard Roi Albert II 5, 1210 Bruxelles
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