Day 2 - Smart Cities World MENA - Tuesday 5 June 2012

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INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT

09.00
Host’s opening remarks
09.10
Launching ITS to develop self-aware urban mobility systems
Salah Al Marzouqi at Smart Cities World MENA

Deploy interconnected and real time sensor networks, surveillance and automated systems to measure, monitor and manage transport resources.

09.40
Panel: Creating effective multi-modal public transport systems
Sgouris Sgouridis at Smart Cities World MENA
Essa Al Maidoor at Smart Cities World MENA
Mohammed Al Mudharrab at Smart Cities World MENA

Achieve a holistic view of mobility patterns and enable information sharing between agencies to facilitate methodical planning around fare and traffic management, security, pollution and infrastructure.

10.30
Keynote: Re-imaging transport as an integrated travel service
Kian Keong Chin at Smart Cities World MENA

Innovate fare management with smartcards and dynamic pricing whilst providing commuters with web-based journey planning based on real-time traffic reports.

11.00
Morning refreshments & networking break

REAL TIME PUBLIC SAFETY

11.30
Delivering an integrated response to safety and security incidents by connecting first responders
Mohamed Ali Karkoukli at Smart Cities World MENA

Coordinate police, ambulance and fire services with automated and simultaneous alerts for effective resource management and accelerated response time.

12.00
Enhancing public safety and security by putting intelligence at the center of traffic management

Invest in monitoring tools to detect traffic patterns and adjust protocol and resource management as needed to drive public safety.

    12.30
    Networking lunch

    SMART REAL ESTATE

    13.30
    Exploring the need for country wide smart city initiatives in Saudi Arabia
    Yousef Hammaidian at Smart Cities World MENA

    Integrate IP network access into the initial building design and identify the role of connectivity in meeting the purpose and needs of the targeted building occupants.

    14.00
    Keynote: Transforming development projects through intelligent and converged IP networking
    Essa Mohammed Ali Kaldari at Smart Cities World MENA

    Converging voice, data, and building management systems to improve operational efficiency and the delivery of entertainment services.

    14.30
    Using real time data to maximize building performance and reduce energy consumption
    George Kenich at Smart Cities World MENA

    Leverage lighting controls and occupancy sensors to tailor energy use to demand for more sustainable urban buildings which track consumption in real time.

     

    15.00
    Positioning the cloud as the backbone structure for managing the data explosion
    Wafa Al-Hameedi at Smart Cities World MENA

    Explore the cloud as the platform to collect and analyze operational data.

    15.30
    Afternoon refreshments & networking break

    HEALTHCARE IN THE INFORMATION AGE

    16.00
    Converging existing healthcare services with digital infrastructure for
    Mohammad Abdulqader Al Redha at Smart Cities World MENA

    Invest in intelligence to facilitate alignment and coordination of access to medical records, drive real-time emergency response, deliver remote treatment and enable clinical enhancement.

    16.30
    Creating access control architecture to protect patient data as health services go virtual
    Andrey Timoshkin at Smart Cities World MENA

    Safeguard sensitive medical information with smart authentication infrastructure whilst managing the decentralized storage of medical records.

    17.00
    Host’s closing remarks
    17.10
    End of conference