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TUESDAY
2019-09-17
OPENING
PARTICIPATIVE CITIES
PROSPEROUS CITIES
RESILIENT CITIES
ENTREPRENEURIAL CITIES
ENGIE SCHEDULE
USP SCHEDULE
DRONES SCHEDULE
INOVACIDADES SCHEDULE
WEDNESDAY
2019-09-18
SUSTAINABLE URBANISM
PROSPEROUS CITIES
CONNECTED CITIES
ENTREPRENEURIAL CITIES
INST. SOU DA PAZ SCHEDULE
BRAZIL LAB SCHEDULE
ABES SCHEDULE
AVINA SCHEDULE
ITRON & EZUTE SCHEDULE
RBCIH SCHEDULE
OPENING
PARTICIPATIVE CITIES
PROSPEROUS CITIES
RESILIENT CITIES
ENTREPRENEURIAL CITIES
ENGIE SCHEDULE
USP SCHEDULE
DRONES SCHEDULE
INOVACIDADES SCHEDULE
SUSTAINABLE URBANISM
PROSPEROUS CITIES
CONNECTED CITIES
ENTREPRENEURIAL CITIES
INST. SOU DA PAZ SCHEDULE
BRAZIL LAB SCHEDULE
ABES SCHEDULE
AVINA SCHEDULE
ITRON & EZUTE SCHEDULE
RBCIH SCHEDULE
JOINT OPENING – CONNECTED SMART CITIES AND CONNECTED SMART MOBILITY image
09:00 - 10:30
JOINT OPENING – CONNECTED SMART CITIES AND CONNECTED SMART MOBILITY

ALL STAGES


 

09h00 to 09h20 | Welcome Paula Faria, Executive Director of Sator and Thomaz Assumpção, CEO of Urban Systems – Connected Smart Cities

 

 

09h20 to 09h30 | Marco Vinholi, Secretary of Regional Development – São Paulo State Government

 

 

 

09h30 to 09h40 | Daniel Glaessel Ramalho, President of Prodam – Information and Communication Technology

 

09h40 to 09h50Venilton Tadini, ABDIB Executive President

 

 

 

09h50 to 10h00 | Conrado Grava de Souza, Representative – ANPTrilhos

 

10h00 to 10h10 | Darcy Olmos Mancilla, Head of AIRBUS Urban Air Mobility (UAM) LATAM

 

 

 

10h10 to 10h20 | Enel X Representative

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10:30 - 11:00
PRESENTATION OF THE INDICATORS OF THE 5TH RANKING CONNECTED SMART CITIES

ALL STAGES


Willian Rigon, Commercial Director and Marketing – Urban Systems – Presentation indicators 2019

11:00 - 13:00
Chat with top ten in the Connected Smart Cities 2019 Ranking

1st place Overall Ranking – Mayor

2nd place Overall Ranking – Mayor

3rd place Overall Ranking – Mayor

4th place Overall Ranking – Mayor

5th place Overall Ranking – Mayor

6th place Overall Ranking – Mayor

7th place Overall Ranking – Mayor

8th place Overall Ranking – Mayor

9th place Overall Ranking – Mayor

10th place Overall Ranking – Mayor


Moderator: Gabriela Longman

 

 


The mayors who will be awarded will be invited to receive the trophy on stage and will participate in a chat moderated by journalist Gabriela Longman on a stage that will be transformed into a lounge and broadcast on the arena screens for approximately 600 people.

The purpose of the chat is to present the initiatives that are being undertaken in the city and the challenges to get ahead with the agenda.

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IP STRATEGIC PUBLIC LIGHTING AGENDA IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ENGIE

SPACE PARK IBIRAPUERA


PPP’s have changed the management of the IP with the transfer of assets to the municipalities and opened up opportunities for new business and investments and the number of projects has grown significantly in recent years. However, in approximately 6 years, about 250 municipalities considered doing a PPP of IP, but only 16 contracts were signed. What are the scenarios and challenges for the implementation of new IP PPPs in Brazil?

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STRATEGIC AGENDA GLOBAL CITIES IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED STUDIES OF USP

VILLA LOBOS PARK


Metropoles are indeed very complex systems, and as such they have to be approached as complex networks, which are a series of subnets that require approaches from different areas of knowledge.
The IEA-USP, through the establishment of a Postdoctoral Research Program, which has the support of the Rectory of the University of São Paulo, seeks through the dialogue and intellectual convergence of all groups in activity at USP that have propositions scientific studies, as well as proposals aimed at improving the quality of life of inhabitants of metropolitan areas.
The USP Global Cities Program believes that effective, affordable, equitable and durable solutions are needed for the most urgent urban challenges, such as: fostering innovation, open data entrepreneurship, mobility, water security, energy, environmental sanitation, green areas , food security, rapid urbanization and their complex interactions with global changes and the lack of access to services by a large part of the population.
The group of researchers from the IEA -USP Global Cities Program consider cross-cutting issues associated with socio-environmental ethics. They will demonstrate in the Connected Smart Cities Global Cities thematic area the challenges of cities from the standpoint of urban environmental planning in the context of climate change; of Air Quality Modeling and Urban Mobility; Intra-urban security: technical and technological solutions; Innovation and urban resilience: trends and alternatives, the regulatory frameworks for Intelligent Cities and the opportunities of more Human, Intelligent and Sustainable Cities.

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STRATEGIC AGENDA INNOVATION – GEOTECHNOLOGIES AND DRONES IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE MUNDOGEO

ÁGUA BRANCA PARK


It is necessary to rethink the urban planning model of Brazil, and of the world. We live a context of deep transformation in the relationship between public agents and citizens, where a new way of thinking and acting in municipal management is suggested, prioritizing the integration of actions by multiple objectives, being necessary to adapt concepts and practices of Design Think and experience in the services and projects executed by the city. What are the success stories, results achieved, applications and solutions that use geotechnology and drones, integrated into the context of the Smart Cities and Industry 4.0

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ENTREPRENEURIAL CITIES

STAGE VITÓRIA


Entrepreneurship and innovation are fundamental development strategies for cities in the 21st century, and for cities to become entrepreneurial cities, it is necessary to create public policies that foster the rise of creative agents in order to boost the economy. What are the characteristics of an entrepreneurial city?

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FÓRUM INOVACIDADES EM PARCERIA COM O CONNECTED SMART CITIES

CARMO PARK


EIXO TEMÁTICO: INFRESTRUTURA DE TELECOMUNICAÇÕES PARA CIDADES INTELIGENTES

 

– Infraestrutura básica para soluções inteligentes, como IoT.

– Barreiras políticas, tecnológicas, fiscais e regulatórias

 

O Fórum InovaCidades é fruto da parceria entre a Frente Nacional de Prefeitos e o Instituto Arapyaú, e reúne secretários e dirigentes municipais de diversas cidades brasileiras que trabalham com inovação governamental e cidades inteligentes.  O Fórum cria espaço para diálogos entre os representantes municipais e outros stakeholders do ecossistema de inovação para encontrar soluções para lidar com os desafios enfrentados pelos municípios para produzir e incorporar inovação no setor público, bem como defender uma agenda comum em prol da inovação na administração municipal.
Neste sentido, o Fórum promoverá uma tarde de debate dentro do evento Connect Smart Cities para discutir sobre infraestrutura para cidades inteligentes, com foco em telecomunicações, abordando pontos de relevância nas cidades, como enterramento de fios, tecnologia 5g, entre outros, e formas de fomentar e desenvolver cidades inteligentes e conectadas.
O nosso movimento com o tema cidades inteligentes tem o foco na melhoria dos serviços prestados ao cidadão pelo poder público, assim como apoiar municípios a se transformarem em polos econômicos dinâmicos com a agenda de inovação. Neste workshop, convidaremos para debater representantes de agências reguladoras, governantes municipais e empresários, a fim de construirmos caminhos comuns para tornar as cidades mais conectadas.

WELCOME

Kevin Alix, Solutions Manager Business to Territories – ENGIE

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PARTICIPATORY AND ENGAGED CITIES

CURITIBA STAGE


The World Foundation for Smart Communities defines “The Intelligent Community is one that has made a conscious effort to use information technology to transform life and work within its territory in a meaningful and fundamental way, instead of following a incremental form. “But Nobel laureate Paul Krugman predicts that city growth will be the economic model of development in the future, cities are the 21st century agenda. As we meet the challenges of delivering sustainable development, socio-territorial inclusion and management intelligent?

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PROSPEROUS CITIES

CAMPINAS STAGE


The biggest challenge for municipalities is to raise funds for the implementation of projects that are fundamental for the development of their cities. Planning, clear policy-making, and a detailed plan designed by a multidisciplinary team are key parts of developing a project to raise funds for cities. How to develop each step of a successful project?

STRUCTURING PROJECTS FOR FUNDING

Soon.

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HUMAN, RESILIENT AND INCLUSIVE CITIES

SÃO PAULO STAGE


According to the organization 100 resilient cities the resilient cities are divided into four dimensions: health & wellness, economy & society, infrastructure & environment and leadership strategy. In addition, they have seven qualities: Reflection, resources, robustness, redundancy, flexibility, inclusion and integration. How to develop human, resilient and inclusive cities?

14:00 - 15:00
Panel 1: National pipeline: what are the IP projects in the advanced stage for conversion of contracts

– Information and analysis of the main municipalities and players of the PPP market of Public Lighting in Brazil
– Remote management systems as a basis for Smart City



Kevin Alix,
Solutions Manager Business to Territories – ENGIE

 

 

 

Miguel Noronha, Infrastructure Investment Executive – BMPI

 

 

 

Sandro Vieira, CEO – Smart Green

 

 

 

Moderator: José Virgílio Enei, Coordinator of Infrastructure and Project Finance and Partner – Machado Meyer

 

*To confirm

14:00 - 14:30
Lecture 1: Human, Intelligent and Sustainable Cities

Jamile Sabatini Marques, Director of Innovation and Development of ABES – Brazilian Association of Software Companies and President of the Technology and Innovation Chamber of FECOMÉRCIO – Federation of Commerce of Goods, Services and Tourism of Santa Catarina. Post Doc Researcher at the Institute of Advanced Studies – Global Cities Program.

14:00 - 15:30
Panel 1: What federal and state resources are available?

 

Tatiana Thomé de Oliveira, Vice President of Government – Caixa Econômica Federal

 

 

 

Larissa G. Campagner, Coordinator of the Technical Committee of the Urban Policy Council of the Commercial Association of SP

 

 

 

Daniela de Cássia Santos Brito, Mayor and Representative Southeast Region – Monteiro Lobato and CNM – National Confederation of Municipalities

 

 

 

Moderator: Daniela de Cássia Santos Brito, Mayor and Representative Southeast Region – Monteiro Lobato and CNM – National Confederation of Municipalities

 

14:00 - 15:30
Panel 1: Between public and private: participation and social justice in the construction of smart cities

– Multiple views on popular participation: methodology for revising the master plan of Passo Fundo
– Civic Engagement and Participation to Improve Education


 

Juliana Mari Sakai, Project Coordinator at Transparência Brasil

 

 

 

Marcelo Cabral, Cities and Territories Program Manager – Arapyaú Institute

 

Ana Paula Wickert, Secretary of Planning at the Municipal Government of Passo Fundo

 

 

 

João Carlos Rabello, Secretary of Economic Development – Angra dos Reis City Hall

 

 

 

Valdir Oliveira, Secretary of Economy, Development, Innovation, Science and Technology Government of Brasilia – Thematic Axis Governance – Ranking Connected Smart Cities 2019*

 

Moderator: Marcelo Cabral, Cities and Territories Program Manager – Arapyaú Institute

 

*To confirm

14:00 - 16:00
InovaCidades Forum Presentation

InovaCidades Forum Presentation:


 

Cris Alessi, President – Fórum InovaCidades

 

 

 

Guila Calheiros, VP of Innovation Environments

 

 

 

Michel Araújo, VP of Innovative Solutions

 

 

 

Íria Almeida, VP of Regional Development

 

 

 

Marcus Rocha, VP of Planning and Governance

 

 

 

Daniel Annenberg, VP of Institutional and Federative Relations

14:00 - 15:30
Panel 1: Social Impact Entrepreneurship: how cities can attract entrepreneurs with financially sustainable initiatives with an economic and social and / or environmental bias that contribute to transform the reality of less favored populations and foster the development of the national economy.

 

Elias de Souza, Partner Government and Public Services – Deloitte in Brazil

 

 

 

Beatriz Gusmão, Public Policy Manager – Sebrae SP

 

 

 

André Luís G A Pimenta, Secretary of Planning and Strategic Management – Angra dos Reis City Hall

 

 

 

Cris Alessi, President – Curitiba Development Agency – Curitiba City Hall

 

 

 

Moderator: Ruy Camargo,Member of the Board of Directors and Director of Operations and Human Resources – Impact Hub São Paulo

 

14:00 - 14:45
Presentation: Market of geotechnologies and drones in Brazil and in the world and regulation of drones to operate in the urban environment


Emerson Granemann,
CEO – MundoGEO and DroneSHOW

14:00 - 15:30
Panel 1: The challenge of narrowing disparities and bringing people together in cities

– City and Children: Powerful Encounters and Connections
– How to promote safer and more intelligent urban spaces and cities from a gender perspective?


 

Juliana Marques AwadUrbanist Architect and Foundress of Cidadeira
Fátima Totti, Teacher Training at Avisa Lá Institute

Laís Rocha Leão, Executive Director – inCities

 

 

 

Scott Stewart, CEO – IBI Group

 

 

 

Fabrício Coutinho de Faria, Secretary of Education – São Caetano do Sul City Hall – Education themed axis – Connected Smart Cities Ranking 2019*

 

Moderator: Antônio Leitão, Institutional Manager – Aegon Mongeral Longevity Institute

14:30 - 15:00
Lecture 2: Regulatory frameworks for Smart Cities

Tatiana Tucunduva Philippi Cortese, UNINOVE Professor of the Academic Master’s Program in Intelligent and Sustainable Cities – PPGCIS and Post Doc Researcher at the Institute of Advanced Studies – Global Cities Program.

14:45 - 15:30
Panel 1: Orbital, aerial and ground platforms for mapping cities

 

Cleber Oliveira, CEO – Visiona Spatial Technology (Embraer Group)

 

 

 

Roberto da Silva Ruy, Managing Partner and Technical Manager – Sensormap Geotechnology and Engemap

 

Moderator: Emerson Granemann, CEO – MundoGEO and DroneSHOW

15:00 - 16:00
Panel 2: Preparation and development of PPP projects

– Financing of PPPs and the role of the control bodies for the development of PPPs
– Modeling of PPP projects: trends and innovations



Osmar Lima,
Head of Department – Privatization Area – BNDES

 

 

 

Rosane Lohbauer, Partner – Madrona

 

 

 

Enel X Representative

 

ModeratorRosane Lohbauer, Partner – Madrona

 

 

15:00 - 15:30
Lecture 3: Innovation and urban resilience: trends and alternatives

Débora Sotto, Attorney of the Municipality of São Paulo (since 2003) and Post Doc Researcher at USP, at the Institute of Advanced Studies – Global Cities Program.

15:30 - 16:00
Lecture 4: Intra-urban security: technical and technological solutions

Sorry, this entry is only available in Brazilian Portuguese.

15:30 - 16:15
Panel 2: Multifinal Urban Cadastre and SINTER – National System of Territorial Information Management

 

Karla Borges, Superintendent of Corporate Geoprocessing – Informatics and Information Company of the Municipality of Belo Horizonte (Prodabel)

 

 

Leonardo Jianoti, CEO and Investor Angel – CWB Capital and Curitiba Angels

 

 

 

Moderator: Emerson Granemann, CEO – MundoGEO and DroneSHOW

16:00 - 16:30
SPOTLIGHT TALKS: How to develop public policies that make cities less susceptible to natural disasters and other social, environmental and economic challenges?

 

Sergio Andrade, Executive Director – Agenda Pública

 

 

 

Andreas Binkert, President and Ambassador – 2000Watt-Smart -Cities-Association and Society 2000Watts

 

 

16:00 - 17:00
Participating Round Table
16:00 - 17:30
Panel 2: Works hands-on: How social entrepreneurs and public authorities can work together to support, foster and monitor social impact entrepreneurship initiatives and make it scalable

 

Thais Zschieschang, Ade-Sampa Coordinator – São Paulo City Hall Development Agency

 

 

 

Henrique Bussacos, Latin America Partnerships – Impact Hub Network

 

Fernando Assad, Founder – Villa Program

 

Patricia Ellen da Silva, Secretary of Economic Development – São Paulo State Government

 

Moderator: Henrique Bussacos, Latin America Partnerships – Impact Hub Network

 

16:00 - 16:30
Lecture 5: Air Quality Modeling and Urban Mobility

Júlio Barboza Chiquetto, Post Doc Researcher at the Institute of Advanced Studies – Global Cities Program.

16:00 - 16:30
SPOTLIGHT TALKS: Gamification and management of public services, service, and citizen engagement

 

Gustavo Moreira Maia, CEO of Colab Internet Technology and Services AS

 

 

 

Felipe Del Nero, Commercial Director – Agility

 

 

 

16:30 - 17:45
Panel 3: Smart Cities GEO 4.0

 

Grazi Carvalho,  CEO – Track Training and Consulting

 

 

 

Marcelo Ignatios, Guest Specialist – Municipal Secretary of Urban Development

 

 

 

Moderator: Emerson Granemann, CEO – MundoGEO and DroneSHOW

16:30 - 18:00
PANEL 2: Data governance and relationship with citizens in cities

– Data Governance in Smart Cities in Brazil
– PBH APP – Mobile platform of relationship of the City of Belo Horizonte with the citizen
– A Social Network for Your Neighborhood


 

Luã Fergus Oliveira da Cruz, Technology and Society Center – CTS – from FGV

 

 

Jean Mattos Duarte, Assistant Secretary in the Secretariat for Modernization of Management – SUMOG in the City Hall of Belo Horizonte

 

 

Carlos Eduardo Pires, CEO – Fala Cidadão

 

 

 

André von Zuben, Municipal Secretary for Economic, Social and Tourism Development – Campinas City Hall – Thematic axis Technology – Connected Smart Cities Ranking 2019

 

Moderator: Carlos Eduardo Pires, CEO – Fala Cidadão

16:30 - 17:30
Panel 3: Learning and challenges for the implementation of more PPP projects

– Performance, fiscal commitments, and guarantee structures
– Matrix of risks and incentives



Carlos Alexandre Nascimento,
Senior Advisor and Program Director – LSE Enterprise

 

 

 

Gabriel Gomes, Master’s student – University of Electrical and Computer Engineering (FEEC) UNICAMP

 

 

 

Vilcen Soave, Commercial director – Signify (Philips Lighting)

 

 

 

Moderator: Frederico Bopp, Partner – Azevedo Sette

 

 

16:30 - 17:00
Lecture 6: Environmental urban planning in the context of climate change

Ivan Carlos Maglio, Technical director of the company Política e Planejamento Ambiental Ltda and Researcher of Post Doc of USP, at the Institute of Advanced Studies – Global Cities Program.

16:30 - 18:00
Panel 2: Challenges for the development of resilient cities

– Digital Emergency
– Business intelligence of public health – Tatuí
– Anti-Frail City


 

Caio Esteves, Founder – Places for us

 

 

 

Felipe Ferreira Fontes, Founder and CEO – Nearbee

 

 

 

Rafael Passarinho, Director of Information Technology – Tatuí City Hall

 

Cátia Cristina Vieira Lisboa, Health Secretary – Vitória City Hall – Health Theme Axle – Connected Smart Cities Ranking 2019*

 

Moderador: Felipe Ferreira Fontes, Founder and CEO – Nearbee

17:30 - 18:00
Roundtable with panelists and interaction with the participating public
17:45 - 18:00
Panel 4: GeoSampa: Transparency and Openness of Geospatial Data in the City of São Paulo


Luciana Pascarelli Santos,
Coordinator – GEOINFO / Municipal Department of Urbanism and Licensing (SMUL)

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PROSPEROUS CITIES

CAMPINAS STAGE


The biggest challenge for municipalities is to raise funds for the implementation of projects that are fundamental for the development of their cities. Planning, clear policy-making, and a detailed plan designed by a multidisciplinary team are key parts of developing a project to raise funds for cities. How to develop each step of a successful project?

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ENTREPRENEURIAL CITIES

STAGE VITÓRIA


Entrepreneurship and innovation are fundamental development strategies for cities in the 21st century, and for cities to become entrepreneurial cities, it is necessary to create public policies that foster the rise of creative agents in order to boost the economy. What are the characteristics of an entrepreneurial city?

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CONNECTED CITIES

CURITIBA STAGE


Para o Brasil ter um ganho significativo na qualidade dos serviços públicos e melhorar a sua competitividade com uma economia inovadora, é necessário intensificar o uso das Tecnologias da Informação e Comunicação (TICs) e garantir infraestrutura digital de qualidade. A tecnologia possibilita o desenvolvimento de uma verdadeira cidade digital e conectada, viabilizando diversos serviços públicos e privados, além da construção de uma sociedade com livre acesso à informação. Quais são os desafios para as cidades brasileiras tornarem-se verdadeiramente digitais e conectadas?

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SUSTAINABLE URBAN PLANNING IN CITIES

SÃO PAULO STAGE


Developing a culture of smart cities in Brazil can be the way to influence new urban projects to have the concept of orderly occupation, sustainability and contribution with intelligent and creative solutions to more relevant issues in their territories, considering the integration with the environment and its environment, with the aim of making people’s lives more practical and enjoyable. How to put this concept into practice?

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GOVTECH INNOVATION STRATEGIC AGENDA IN PARTNERSHIP WITH BRAZIL LAB

VILLA LOBOS PARK


SOON

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STRATEGIC AGENDA PUBLIC SAFETY IN PARTNERSHIP WITH SOU DA PAZ INSTITUTE

IBIRAPUERA PARK


SOON

NEURÔNIO PARTNERSHIP: CONNECTED SMART CITIES AWARD
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STRATEGIC AGENDA CYBER-SECURITY SAFETY IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ABES

CARMO PARK


The Brazilian Association of Software Companies – ABES, a support entity of Connected Smart Cities, has been developing initiatives and participating in actions that contribute, through the use of new technologies, to the development of intelligent cities in Brazil.
In this sense, Abes will have an afternoon of debate within the Connect Smart Cities event to discuss various points of relevance in cities, such as cybersecurity and risks, artificial intelligence, data and ethics, and platforms that contribute to the transparency of citizens of smart and connected.
Our movement with the theme of smart cities focuses on people, with the improvement of citizen’s life, with this workshop, we want to raise themes for reflection of society, academia, government and entrepreneurs, in order to demonstrate the improvement and security in people’s lives.

09:00 - 09:10
Opening – Instituto Sou da Paz
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STRATEGIC AGENDA IN PARTNERSHIP WITH AVINA

ÁGUA BRANCA PARK


SOON

09:00 - 10:30
Panel 1: Digital and connected society: intelligent solutions

– Smart Costa del Sol
– INATEL Smart Campus
– From the trash to the light
– Virtual Reality for Smarter Cities


 

Erich Alfonso Marín Wiech, Coordinator of Smart Cities in Latin America at IDOM Consulting, Engineering, Architecture SAL

 

Carolina Leão, Specialist in Smart Cities at the National Telecommunications Institute

 

Guilherme Rech Pasin, Mayor in the Municipal City of Bento Gonçalves – RS

 

 

 

Hélio Lemes Costa Jr, Professor and Head of the Laboratory of Public Policies for Smarter Cities – Federal University of Alfenas- Unifal – MG

 

 

 

Moderador: Carlos Frees, Director – Smart Frees

 

09:00 - 09:30
Welcome & Networking
09:00 - 10:30
Panel 1: Human and sustainable cities as a reflection of an intelligent society

– Intelligent and Sustainable Cities: concepts and perspectives for Brazilian cities
– Systemic modeling for intelligent cities in the interaction between urbanism and technologies


 

Wilson Levy Braga da Silva Neto, Full Professor – Nove de Julho University

 

 

 

Saide Kahtouni, Urbanist Architect and Member of the Connectivity Group – Cities, Technology and Urbanism Laboratory – USP Polytechnic School

 

 

 

Myriam Tschiptschin, Smart Cities Core Manager – CTE

 

 

 

Julio Mazza de Souza, Secretary of Urbanism – Curitiba City Hall – Thematic Axis Urbanism Ranking Connected Smart Cities 2019*

 

Moderator: Myriam Tschiptschin, Smart Cities Core Manager – CTE

 

 

 

 

09:00 - 10:30
Panel 1: Strategic poles of economic development, technology parks and development zones

– Citizen as coproducer of the city: involvement in the decision-making processes on the territory


 

Felicio Ramuth, Mayor – São José dos Campos

 

José Alberto Sampaio Aranha, President – Anprotec

 

Thomaz Assumpção, Presidente – Urban Systems

 

 

 

Moderator: Marcelo Nunes, Coordinator of the Brazilian Aerospace and ICT Clusters – São José dos Campos Technology Park

 

 

09:00 - 10:30
Panel 1: Entrepreneurship, education and design for the development of smart cities in Brazil

– Innovation in Education: Preparing the Next Generation to Develop Intelligent, Human and Sustainable Cities
– Smart Cities – The Strategic Design Perspective


 

Regiane Relva Romano, Head of Research and General Coordinator – Smart Campus Facens/ UNIFACENS

 

 

 

Francisco Albuquerque, Co-Founder and Strategic Designer – Arco | Innovation Hub

 

 

 

Bruno Rondani, Founder & CEO – 100 Open Startups

 

 

 

Moderator: Bruno Rondani, Founder & CEO – 100 Open Startups

 

 

09:10 - 09:35
The impact of the Brazilian Strategy for digital transformation in cities

Sr. Francisco Antonio Soeltl, Founder, Chairman and CEO of MicroPowerGlobal Group

09:10 - 10:15
Panel 1: The impact of violence on city life

Representative – Instituto Sou da Paz

Representative – Our São Paulo*

 

*To confirm

09:30 - 11:30
Talk show: An integrated look at cities – co-building resilient cities in Latin America

Thais Morais – Sustainability Specialist

 

 

 

Daniela Guarieiro – Special Resilience Advisor – Salvador City Hall

 

 

 

Andre Wongtschowski – Operations Manager – World-Transforming

 

 

 

Marcelo Mosaner, Program Coordinator – Fundación Avina

 

 

 

Moderator: Anna Romanelli, Fundación Avina

09:30 - 10:30
Government 4.0 – Why it matters and how startups can contribute to this scenario

Guilherme Dominguez, BrazilLAB

09:35 - 10:00
Cyber resilience

Dr. Roberto Gallo, Coordinator of the Abes Cyber Security Committee, Entrepreneur at Kryptus

10:00 - 10:25
Artificial intelligence, data and ethics

Dr. Andriei Gutierrez, Coordinator of the Abes Regulatory Committee, Coordinator of the Brazilian Country Digital Movement and Government Relations of IBM

10:15 - 10:30
Coffe Break
10:25 - 10:50
The impact of IOT on cities

Sr. Werter Padilha, Coordinator of the IOT Committee of ABES and Entrepreneur in the company Taggen

10:30 - 12:00
Panel 2: Good practices in violence prevention at the municipal level: concrete experiences

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10:30 - 10:45
Q&A
10:45 - 11:45
Panel: The GovTechs Sector: Who’s Thinking About Smart Cities

Raquel Cardomone, Bright Cities

 

 

Marcos Primo, AiPlates

 

 

Gustavo Maia, COLAB

 

 

Mediação: BrazilLAB

10:50 - 11:15
Connecting citizens with the public administration

Mr. Marcos Abellón, Representative of the company w5 solutions

11:00 - 11:30
SPOTLIGHT TALKS: The Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to add $ 352 billion to the Brazilian economy by the end of 2022, according to a recent Cisco study. What is its role in the innovation of cities?

Fernando Coelho, Chief Business Officer – Grid Vortex

 

Daniel Blanco, KAM – Energy and Smart Grid Division – Furukawa

 

 

11:00 - 11:30
SPOTLIGHT TALKS: The role of the municipality as plural productive center: promotion of economic development

Thomaz Assumpção, President – Urban Systems

11:00 - 12:30
Banking Presentation Finalists Connected Smart Cities Award

The Award recognizes innovative businesses that contribute to the solution of city problems, in order to make them smart in two categories: Pre-operational business and operating business.


 

Speakers: to be defined

11:15 - 11:40
Big Data Analytics focusing on increased collection and reduction of municipal losses

Mr. Bernardo Cabral Leite Meirelles, Advisor of Abes and representative of the company Neoway

11:30 - 12:30
SPOTLIGHT TALKS: How to create connected cities by promoting the flow of goods, services, people, money, data and ideas?

– Why do we need connected cities?
– How to reduce distances between cities and the world by accessing global trade chains and promoting the exchange of ideas and business


 

Guti Gustavo, Mayor – Guarulhos City Hall

 

 

 

Willian Rigon, Commercial & Marketing Director – Urban Systems

 

 

 

11:30 - 13:00
Panel 2: Implementation, regulation and harmonization for the development of smart cities

– Smart cities in the context of Latin American metropolises
– The regulation of the Smart Cities: a comparative study between Brazil and Germany
– Harmonizing Energy Management with the ODSs in the Municipal Master Plan
– Local management of socio-technical networks as a strategy for the deployment of intelligent and human cities


 

Gabriel Mazzola Poli de Figueiredo, Coordinator – Group of Future Urban FAU-USP

 

 

Mariane Silva de Castro, Lawyer and MSc in Administrative Law – University of Lisbon

 

 

Oswaldo Sanchez Junior, Researcher – Technological Research Institute of São Paulo – IPT

 

 

Marcos Alberto Martinelli, Consultant, Professor and Researcher – Nucleus of Information in Science, Technology, Innovation and Society of UFSCar

 

 

Moderator: Gabriel Mazzola Poli de Figueiredo, Coordinator – Group of Future Urban FAU-USP

 

 

11:30 - 13:00
Panel 2: Sustainable solutions and circular economy for smart and competitive cities

– Circular economy project for the recycling of end of life vehicles in the State of Minas Gerais
– Cultivating the roof landscape of the city of Rio de Janeiro
– Homemade composting included in IPTU Verde de Sertãozinho (SP)
– Efficient Cities: The potential of sustainability in the management of public buildings



Daniel Enrique Castro
, Full Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, CEFET-MG

 

 

 

Maeva Dang – Representative – UNIRIO & TUWIEN

 

 

 

Rafael Jó Girão, President of the Acting Environmental Institute

 

 

 

Maria Andrea Triana, Brazilian Council for Sustainable Building – CBCS

 

 

 

ModeratorMaria Andrea Triana, Brazilian Council for Sustainable Building – CBCS

 

 

11:40 - 12:05
Clever urban janitorial

Mr. Adriano J. Dias, CEO of Magna Sistemas Consultoria S / A

11:45 - 12:00
Q&A / Closing
12:00
Closing
MEETING OF THE BRAZILIAN NETWORK OF SMART AND HUMAN CITIES image
MEETING OF THE BRAZILIAN NETWORK OF SMART AND HUMAN CITIES

CARMO PARK


Challenges for the implementation of Human, Intelligent, Creative and Sustainable Cities (CHICS) projects for Intelligent Public Administration.

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BASIC SANITATION STRATEGIC AGENDA IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE EZUTE AND ITRON FOUNDATION

VILLA LOBOS PARK


Data from the 2017 National Sanitation Information System (SNIS) show a reality and inequality far from ideal in the vast Brazilian territory: shows that 83% of the Brazilian population has access to the water network; 52% of the population has access to the sewage system; and 46% of the sewage generated in the country is treated. In the Southeast, 95% of the population has access to treated water; 78% of the population with sewage collection; and 51.2% of the generated sewage is treated, which aggravates urban problems, with consequences for health and quality of life. What are the possible actions to reverse this scenario?

WELCOME

 

Peter Cheung – Business Advisor Água – Itron

 

Thomas Strasser, Director of Innovation and PPP – Fundação Ezute

14:00 - 15:30
Panel 3: The role of cities in policy development and implementation of technologies to attract entrepreneurs

– Fortaleza Competitive City and Fortaleza Online: a new look at urban and environmental licensing
– Online Environmental Licensing


 

Águeda Muniz, Holder – Municipal Secretariat of Urbanism and Environment of Fortaleza

 

 

 

Denis de Oliveira Silva, President – CODIUB – Uberaba Computer Development Company

 

Fernando Eduardo Monteiro de Carvalho Garnero, President IMA – Informatics of Associated Municipalities

 

Moderator: Paulo Takito, Executive Director – Urban Systems

14:00 - 16:00
Panel 2: How cities can undertake and create a conducive environment for entrepreneurship

– Simplification of the process of issuing a health authorization permit in Belo Horizonte
– Presentation of the results of the Laboratory of Experimentation of Carnival of Belo Horizonte 2019
– Maceió – Smart City: Structuring Governance to generate business


 

Zilmara Aparecida Guilherme Ribeiro, Director of Sanitary Surveillance – BH Municipal Health Secretariat

 

 

 

Vanessa Fagá Rocha, Manager – SEBRAE- Alagoas

 

 

 

Rodolfo Ribeiro, Director – Spinafre

 

 

 

André von Zuben, Secretary of Economic, Social and Tourism Development – Campinas City Hall

 

Moderator: Rodolfo Ribeiro, Director – Spinafre

 

 

14:00 - 15:00
Panel 1: The initiatives of the Brazilian Network of Smart and Human Cities – RBCIH
14:00 - 15:30
Panel 3: Safe Cities – Integrated and Connected Public Safety

– Rio Operations Center and the role of urban command and control centers in building smarter and more resilient cities
– Facial and behavioral recognition for combat and crime prevention
– Video Wall Trends for Command and Control Centers in Latin America for 2019-2020


 

Alexandre Cardeman, Chief Operations and Resiliency Officer at the Operations Center – Rio de Janeiro City – COR

 

 

 

Ivan Marques, CEO – SOU DA PAZ Institute

 

 

 

Leandro Garcia, CEO – Prodabel S.A

 

 

 

Nilton Paulo Raimundo Mendes, Business Developer LATIM America – Leyard

 

 

 

Nelson Osório, Oficial Aviador da reserva da Força Aérea Brasileira no Posto de Coronel-Aviador, formado pela Academia da Força Aérea – AFA

 

 

 

Moderator: Jonny Doin, CEO – Grid Vortex

 

 

14:00 - 15:30
Painel 1: Alternativas de financiamento para saneamento básico

– Recursos públicos para financiamento
– Estruturação e modelagem de projetos de concessão e/ou PPP em saneamento com “funding” da iniciativa privada
– Tecnologias que estão revolucionando o saneamento básico no Brasil


 

Alexandre Honório Cayres, National Superintendent – Caixa Econômica Federal

 

Rodrigo de Pinho Bertoccelli, Sócio – Felsberg Advogados

 

 

 

Thomas Strasser, Diretor de Inovação e PPP – Fundação Ezute

 

 

 

Peter CheungBusiness Advisor Água – Itron

 

Moderador: Rodrigo de Pinho Bertoccelli, Sócio – Felsberg Advogados

 

 

14:00 - 15:30
Panel 3: Resilience, Efficiency and Quality: where we are and how to promote innovation as a way for greater sustainability in water

– Feasibility Analysis for Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) for Basic Sanitation
– Nature-based solutions for water safety
– Open innovation in sanitation: startups with more purpose


 

Durval Bacellar, Executive Director at Arcadis

 

Leonardo Tavares Ribeiro, Analyst of the Sustainability and Infrastructure Management at the Federation of Industries of the State of Rio de Janeiro – Firjan

 

 

Renato Atanazio, Coordinator of the Area of Solutions Based on Nature, of the Boticário Group Foundation for Protection of Nature

 

 

Péricles Weber, Director of Operations at Iguá Saneamento S/A

 

 

 

Moderador: Glaucia Barros, Diretora Programática – Fundação Avina

 

 

 

 

14:00 - 18:00
STRATEGIC AGENDA SOCIAL INNOVATION

IBIRAPUERA PARK


SOON

15:00 - 16:00
Panel 2: Projects in RBCIH Partner Municipalities

Carlos Passos, Campinas Case

 

 

 

Daniela de Cassia Santos Brito, Case by Monteiro Lobato

 

 

 

Michel Araújo, Case of Juazeiro do Norte

 

 

 

Daniel Ninnah, Panambi Smart City Initiatives

15:30 - 17:00
Painel 2: Universalização do saneamento básico no Brasil

– Rules that offer greater legal certainty to current and new investors.
– Partnership government, public and private utilities to enable basic sanitation


 

Percy Soares Neto, Executive Director – ABCON SINDCON

 

 

 

Edison Carlos, Executive President – Instituto Trata Brasil

 

 

 

Isaque Regis Ouverney, Industrial Competitiveness and Investment Analyst at Rio de Janeiro State Federation of Industries – Firjan

 

 

 

Representante BRK*

 

Moderador: Renan Marcondes Faccinatto, Representative – Dal Pozzo Advogados

16:00 - 17:00
Award Ceremony – Connected Smart Cities Award Ceremony
16:00 - 16:30
SPOTLIGHT TALKS: “Smart Cities ‘Greenfield’: Urban Disruption, Neighborhoods 4.0 and the New Allotment Processes

Vitor Amuri, Project Director – Spin Smart Public Solutions

16:00 - 16:30
SPOTLIGHT TALKS: Culture of government disruption: who is promoting in Brazil?


Luís Felipe Salin,
Secretary of Digital Government – Ministry of Economy

 

Daniel Annemberg, Municipal Secretary of Innovation and Technology – São Paulo City Hall

 

 

16:00 - 16:15
Public private partnerships as a tool for implementing, developing and implementing parks and urban spaces

Pedro Lira, Architect and Urbanist in Urban Nature Integrated Planning

 

 

16:00 - 16:15
Discussions
16:15 - 16:30
Spotlight talks: Smart Parks: Transforming Urban Parks and Conservation Units into Smart Places – Perspectives, Opportunities and Challenges

 

Vitor Amuri, Project director – Spin

16:15 - 16:45
Panel 3: Projects with International Partners

Guilherme Johnston – Catapult Reino Unido

 

 

 

Projetos da Prosperit Found no Brasil com EY – Palestrantes da Definir

16:30 - 18:00
Panel 4: The role of cities for the development of a digital and connected society

– Fortress + Smart
– Tourism, Culture and Technology: the case of Belo Horizonte Amazingly
– Barueri Ombudsman Service Robot – Chatbot & Other Solutions for Smart Cities
– Intelligent and connected piracy


 

Cláudio Ricardo Gomes de Lima, President of the Foundation for Science Technology and Innovation– CITINOVA

 

 

 

Robson Lisboa, Founder and Business Development Manager, Midiacode

 

 

 

João Azevedo Júnior, Technical Development Director – Barueri City Hall

 

Osni Augusto Souza da Silva, Municipal Secretary of Science and Technology – Piraí City Hall

 

 

 

Eros Brito, Latin America and Caribbean Marketing Manager – Bosch Security Systems

 

Moderator: Cláudio Ricardo Gomes de Lima, President of the Foundation for Science Technology and Innovation– CITINOVA

16:30 - 18:00
Panel 4: How to promote public-private partnerships in cities

– Firjan Index of Fiscal Management (IFGF): financial risk assessment tool for Municipal Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs)

– Poles and Clusters Street Retailers: Big Data and Urban Indicators for the Elaboration of Public Policies and Public Private Partnerships


 

William Fonseca Pamplona Figueiredo, Manager at the Federation of Industries of the State of Rio de Janeiro – Firjan

 

 

 

Michel Araújo, Municipal Secretary of Economic Development and Innovation – Juazeiro do Norte City Hall

 

 

 

Carlos Eduardo Cardoso, Responsible for e-city / B2G solutions – ENEL X

 

 

 

Sandro Cabral, Strategy Professor and Master of Public Policy Coordinator – Insper

 

 

 

Moderator: Sandro Cabral, Strategy Professor and Master of Public Policy Coordinator – Insper

 

 

 

 

16:30 - 18:00
Panel 4: Smart Cities, Environment and Health: Challenges in Brazil

– Real-time monitoring of atmospheric emissions from public transport

– No Kludge! Creative Solution

– Case of the first Operational Control Center for garbage collection and urban cleaning in operation in the North / Northeast of the country.


 

Roberto Speicys Cardoso, Founder – Scipopulis

 

 

 

Andréia Abrahão Sant’Anna, Coordinator – Smart Campus Newton Program

 

 

 

Eduardo Scalia, Project Manager – TPF Engenharia

 

 

 

Marcos Libório, Secretary of Environment – Santos City Hall – Thematic Area Environment Ranking Connected Smart Cities 2019*

 

Moderator: Andréia Abrahão Sant’Anna, Coordinator – Smart Campus Newton Program

 

 

16:45 - 17:45
Panel 4: Actions with Government Partners in Smart Cities

Representante, Centro de Estudos e Desenvolvimento Estratégicos – CEDES – Câmara dos Deputados

 

Flavio Fonte Bia, Secretaria de Tecnologias Aplicadas – MCTIC – Ministério de Ciência, Tecnologia, Inovação e Comunicações

 

 

 

Representante, Secretaria de Desenvolvimento Regional – MDR – Ministério de Desenvolvimento Regional

 

Fabricio Juntolli, Secretaria de Desenvolvimento Regional – MAPA – Ministério da Agricultura e Pecuária

17:45 - 18:00
Discussions
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