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Session Themes

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What’s Working Now
Getting Ready for Tomorrow
Practical Policy and Governance
Spotlight Sessions and Progress Reports

Session Formats

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Facilitated interactive discussion on the plenary stage with audience Q&A.


Classroom-style session with one-four subject matter experts, presentations or exercises and learning objectives.


Small, interactive roundtable discussion with up three subject matter experts who set the context and launch directly into a dialogue with participants.


Up to seven speakers seated in a semi-circle surrounded by participants. 5-7-minute presentations by each speaker with related themes.

Pressure Cooker

Up to six speakers around a table debating a timely issue. Moderator asks a series of five questions for the speakers to discuss and debate.


Presentations featuring data about pilot projects and technology implementation findings.

City Readiness Hub

Official from one mentor city with officials from up to two mentee cities discussing and sharing solutions to a common issue or challenge


Speakers & Agenda

Smart Cities Week will feature dynamic speakers from across the smart city ecosystem.

Tuesday, October 1
9:00 am - 10:30 am
Opening Plenary – Sponsored Keynote: Smart Cities Roadmap to Revenue Capture; Keynote: Be Fearless: Five Principles for a Life of Breakthroughs and Purpose; Fireside Chat: Data Driven in the DMV (the District, Maryland and Virginia)stage
10:30 am - 11:00 am
Networking Break
11:00 am - 12:15 pm
Smart, Green, Net Zero and Net Positive – Building Technology Masterclassinstitute
City Readiness Hub: Manhattan, KS & Racine, WIcity readiness hub
Curbside Assets – Parking, Streetlighting and Outdoor Amenities (and how they can benefit your city’s bottom line)agora
Infrastructure Evolved: Smart, Green, Resilient and Equitableboardroom 1
Data Unlimited: Using Analytics and Integration to Put City Data to Workstage
Getting to Smart: Technological Infrastructureboardroom 2
12:15 pm - 1:15 pm
1:15 pm - 2:30 pm
Smart City Project Financing: Choosing the P3 Structure that is Right for Youstage
Cutting-Edge Instrumentation for Public Safety: Balancing Safety, Privacy and Securityboardroom 1
Transportation as a Service: How We Get There and Why We Need Itpressure cooker
City Readiness Hub: Orlando, FL & Baltimore, MDcity readiness hub
Open Procurement and Contracting for the Smart Citylab
Putting a Smart Communities Strategy to Workboardroom 2
2:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Networking Break
3:00 pm - 4:15 pm
City Readiness Hub: Fairfax Countycity readiness hub
Resilience 3.0 – Strengthening Cities for a Sustainable Futurepressure cooker
International Smart Cities: Lessons from Abroadinstitute
A Balancing Act —Collaboration and Competition for Economic Developmentstage
Five Secrets to Building the Next Generation Workforce in Your Organizationboardroom 1
Connectivity and Productivity in Paradise Valley, Arizona (and how your community can also benefit)
4:15 pm - 5:30 pm
Afternoon Plenary – Keynote: Smart Instructure and Equitable Communities: Delivering Digital Solutions for All; Fireside Chat: Challenge Grant Winners’ Discussion featuring: Baltimore, MD, Edmonton, ON, Montgomery, AL, Racine, WI, Cleantech San Diego
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Sponsored Networking Reception