Rejoignez une communauté croissante de constructeurs de villes intelligentes qui partagent leurs connaissances et leur expérience par des présentations en ligne attrayantes. Chaque conférencier présentera des études de cas concrets qui démontrent ce que nous pouvons accomplir lorsque des écosystèmes publics, privés, universitaires et citoyens collaborent pour construire la prochaine évolution de l’expérience municipale.
Programmation Expérience Ville Intelligente 2020
Des actions locales aux réseaux nationaux, les pays du monde entier investissent dans le développement d’une infrastructure du 21e siècle pour soutenir le développement des villes intelligentes. Alors que nous construisons une nation intelligente, nous devons prendre en compte l’interopérabilité de nos systèmes d’exploitation municipaux.
Rejoignez-nous pour explorer la perspective nationale d’une variété d’acteurs publics, privés et institutionnels.
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19 novembre, 14 h EST
Ravy Por, Animatrice
Mot d’ouverture de l’animatrice et le fondateur de l’Expérience Ville Intelligente, Noah Redler
19 novembre, 14h20 EST
Natalie Frank, Director, Policy and Innovation - Infrastructure Canada
Canada’s Smart Cities Challenge – Lessons in Community Innovation
The Government of Canada launched the Smart Cities Challenge in 2017, the first grand challenge of its kind at the national level in Canada. It has been an initiative of innovation at two levels: sparking local transformation through technology, and changing the way Government provides funding for new and transformational projects. Natalie will speak about what we are learning, on both fronts.
19 novembre, 14h40 EST
Cathy Kennedy, Manager of Smart City initiative - City of Guelph
Creating Canada’s first circular tech-enabled food economy – Growing Forward
The presentation will provide a synopsis of the City of Guelph/County of Wellington’s successful application to Infrastructure Canada’s Smart Cities Challenge and the establishment of a pivot-plan to address a economic, social and inclusive green response to COVID-19.
19 novembre, 14h55 EST
Campbell Patterson, Project Manager - Utilities Kingston
Before we can be a “Smart City” we need to become a “Connected City.”
How the City of Kingston conceived, plans, finances, builds, and operates a ubiquitous open‐access municipal fibre optic network required as enabling infrastructure for “Smart Kingston.” Smart Kingston is an ecosystem which employs big data, open data, artificial intelligence, predictive analytics, communications, sensors, devices, apps, processes, and people together, to make it more responsive to citizens’ needs.
19 novembre, 15h05 EST
19 novembre, 15h15 EST
Joni Brennan, President - Digital Identification and Authentication Council of Canada (DIACC)
Digital Identity - A critical driver for enabling smart cities
In a hyperconnected world, the missing link to advance a truly digital Canada is digital identity. Digital identity is the foundation of secure, ethical, and innovative interaction between people, organizations, and technology tools. A strong foundation of digital identity is the key to ensuring that smart cities deliver the full and beneficial promise of technology that works for humanity. Without digital identity, the promise of smart cities will not be realized to the fullest extent and with respect for people built in, by design. This talk will make the connection by explaining how digital identity is a critical and urgently needed tool to mitigate risks and to enable the benefits that smart cities have to offer.
19 novembre, 15h30 EST
Yann Benoit, Territory Manager, Eastern Canada, Wireless Access Network Operations - Bell Canada
Smarts cities and 5G network
The cities of tomorrow will need to have the digital infrastructure necessary to reliably circulate their large amounts of data. Find out how these networks are evolving and why the 5G network will help support the deployment of smart cities. Villes intelligentes et réseau 5G Les villes de demain devront avoir les infrastructures numériques nécessaires pour faire circuler en toute fiabilité leurs importantes quantités de données. Découvrez comment ces réseaux évoluent et les raisons pour lesquelles le réseau 5G permettra de soutenir le déploiement des villes intelligentes.
19 novembre, 15h45 EST
Jean-Noé Landry, Executive Director, Open North
The Open Smart City Imperative
Smart city managers are juggling complex data governance challenges, revisiting technology procurement processes, and engaging an increasingly diverse set of local stakeholders. With the added pressures of the pandemic, the economic recovery, and climate change, tackling these challenges requires added dimensions of citizen trust, transparency and accountability, and value-driven decisions that account for the public interest. Jean-Noé Landry, Executive Director of Open North, will walk us through emerging Canadian smart city practices to think about how openness can balance seemingly competing priorities, weigh community values and interests, and temper technological innovation with non-technological solutions.
19 novembre, 16h00 EST
19 novembre, 16h10 EST
Omar Choudhry, Project Lead - Transportation System Management - City of Ottawa
Discover Area X.O.
Developing the smart city of the future requires the innovate, iterate and evaluate technologies that will impact the lives of residents, the success of businesses and the operational efficiency of an organization. The City of Ottawa, in partnership with its economic development agency, have developed a start-of-the-art facility that offers the ability to evaluate new technology in a secure and private test facility before implementation on the public infrastructure. This presentation will providing information about the facility and how the City views this futureplex of innovation and collaboration.
19 novembre, 16h25 EST
Namir Anani, President - Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC)
Smart Cities as an economic engine
Unleashing the full potential of a smart and connected cities is critical for Canada’s prosperity in the coming years, offering better living conditions, sustainable businesses, connected transportation, and enhanced safety and security. Smart cities are destined to be Canada’s future economic engine, attracting businesses and bolstering employment while creating an environment where communities and businesses can thrive.
19 novembre, 16h40 EST
Zachary Markovits, Vice President of Local Government and Managing Director - What Cities Works
What Works: Creating Lasting Data-Driven Progress in U.S. cities
How are U.S. cities tackling the most challenging problems facing them today? The future of good governance is proactive innovation grounded in data-driven decision-making and evidence-based solutions. For over five years, Zachary Markovits has led projects with over 200 cities through the What Works Cities initiative, helping them to more effectively use data to better serve residents. Zach will highlight examples and evidence-based best practices that show why focusing on the fundamentals, consistently measuring and evaluating progress, and building out a team’s capacity to use data can help cities of any size achieve their goals.