Smart City: Government, Science, Business

Driven by public demand and disruptive technologies, cities all over the world are undergoing digital transformation. We've all seen how much Moscow has changed over the last decade. 

31 october 10:00-15.30 for a fee Moscow,VDNKh, Pavilion 461, Smart City Center https://www.kommersant.ru/conference/365

The transportation infrastructure is booming. New motorway junctions and metro stations, dramatic improvements in parking availability, multiple car-sharing options, and the launch of the Moscow Central Railroad Ring – these are just a few examples of the city's successful efforts in revamping its transportation infrastructure. Moscow's landscape is also changing: there are increasingly more pedestrian streets and green areas,  former industrial sites turn into trendy business and leisure places, while parks and embankments get major facelifts. Many public services in Moscow have already been integrated in one platform and accessible virtually anywhere anytime.  Thanks to the Active Citizen project, local authorities can timely receive Moscow residents' feedback on all city issues. The Smart City concept has several dimensions in Moscow. At the conference organized by the Kommersant publishing house, we will address issues that are of importance to all of us: healthcare, education, utilities, and transportation. Together with the city's government, science, and business leaders we will talk about latest changes and Smart City trends that will have an impact on our daily lives in the near future.

Agenda

10:00-11:00
Registration. Welcome Coffee

11:00-12:00
Session 1. Smart City Today and Tomorrow: New Opportunities and Hidden Threats 

Discussion topics:
Smart City: Elements of Success. Moscow's Smart City 2030 Strategy
Telecommunications Infrastructure as Foundation for Smart City. New Standards to Enable IoT
Smart City Services. Leveraging Big Data, AI, and IoT for Moscow and its Residents
Securing Smart Cities    

12:00-12:30
Coffee Break

12:30-14:30
Session 2. City to Citizens

Discussion topics:
Smart Utilities. Mastering Digital Transformation
Intelligent Transport and Traffic Management
Smart City Healthcare
Education of the Future

14:30-15:30
Lunch