A week tomorrow it will be the Ministry of New Media’s [digital] SMART CITIES CONFERENCE which will be held at BAFTA, London on Wednesday November 29, 2017.
With presentations on New World Payphones and JCDecaux’s Smart London initiatives, a panel looking at Smart Cities from the multiple viewpoint of investing, advertising, manufacturing, deployment, measurement and analytics, a look at the regulatory issues in an era of digital transformation AND more, this is a conference that will definitely interest many.
The full agenda is as follows: –
08.45 Registration & Breakfast
09.30 Opening Remarks Adrian J. Cotterill
09.45 New World Payphones | Justin Cochrane | CEO | Clear Channel UK
10.30 Legal and Regulatory Issues in an Era of Digital Transformation | Ingrid Silver | Partner, Global Entertainment & Media Industry Group | Reed Smith
11.00 Networking and Coffee
11.30 A Multi-Angle View of Smart Cities – Funding, Manufacturing, Planning, Advertising, Analysing; Industry Experts in Conversation with Stephen Nesbit | Founder | Prestonwood Trail Holdings ft. NBK Capital Partners’ Cem Bayulgen, Primesight’s Naren Patel, the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea/ London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham’s Head of Highways Ian Hawthorn, Esprit Digital’s Peter Livesey and AdMobilze’s Rodolfo Saccoman.
12.30 Networking & Lunch
13.45 The Disrupted City: The Path Towards Smart(er) Places | Sandra Baer | CMO | Civiq Smartscapes & Matthew Crisp | Managing Partner | Chief in conversation with Adrian J. Cotterill
14.45 Why Maps Are Dumb | Tim Fendley | Partner | Applied Wayfinding
15.15 Networking & Coffee Break
15.45 Smart London | Helena Kavanagh | Managing Director Street Furniture | JCDecaux
16:30 Chairman’s Wrap-up
This new FULL DAY [digital] SMART CITIES CONFERENCE will be held at BAFTA, London on Wednesday November 29, 2017. You can register here.