On February 26, 2019, the Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC), together with the City of Brampton, will host a full-day event looking at technology for smart cities and will explore ICT applications to help cities and municipalities develop their own innovative applications to best serve their citizens’ needs.
Over the last half century, two trends have re-shaped Canada’s development. First, there has been an accelerating move of Canadians to big cities. The second has been the expansion of connected technologies into virtually every area of our lives. We now use connected devices to work, shop, date, stay connected with family and engage in our communities.
The Smart Cities Technologies Summit will be a collaborative discussion to engage government at all levels with a broad section of the technology sector.
In addition to our keynote speakers, we will host four engaging panel discussions on the following. Secured speakers to-date…we will continue to update.
Welcome Remarks: Mayor Patrick Brown, City of Brampton
Keynote: Rob Meikle, CIO, City of Toronto
Human Mobility Panel
- Annalise Czerny, Executive VP, PRESTO
- Tracey DeLeeuw, Commercial Technology Products Leader, Global Markets, EY
- Laurens Lapré, CGI’s intelligent transport systems and mobility services, Netherlands
Data Privacy & Security
- Ann Cavoukian – Three-term Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario, Distinguished Expert-in-Residence, Privacy by Design Centre of Excellence, Ryerson University
- Paul Haynes – President & COO, eSentire
Modernizing City Based Services & Civic Innovation
- Alison Brooks, Research Director, Smart Cities Strategies, Public Safety, IDC
- Sol Solinas, Global Leader, Accenture Smart Cities Practice
- Katherine Kulson, CIO, City of Brampton
- Deputy CIO, City of Toronto
- Sean Baird, Commissioner of Digital & Information Services at Region of Peel
Digital Transformation Networks
- Franz Gangle, Director of Professional Services and Principal, Digital Transformation, Ricoh
Watch for more details on the speakers and panelists.
DATE: Tuesday, February 26, 2019
TIME: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
LOCATION: Rose Theatre, 1 Theatre Lane, Brampton
Key Players and Benefits of the Smart City Ecosystem:
Government: Better decision making and program outcomes for stakeholders; more resilient infrastructure; opportunities to create valuable new public assets (e.g. data sets).
Citizens: Better connectivity; improved economic opportunities and social equity; higher quality of life.
Academics: Raw data to support research and innovation; accelerated commercialization of research.
Industry: Promote innovation and new products and services; improved business environment; helps attract investment.
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