08:00 AM
Registration
09:00 AM
Chairperson Remarks and Welcoming Address

Mark Thomas, Task Force Member, Smart City Council Australia & New Zealand

09:15 AM
Living Digital in Smart Cities

The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) brings great promise and peril to smart cities. How can we navigate a path through this? This presentation will explore how public and private sector leaders can redesign strategies and policies by exploiting a deeper understanding of the 4IR. They can thus take practical and impactful steps to lift lives in smart cities, that also take into account the social, economic and cultural uniqueness of their cities

King Wang Poon
Director, Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities/ Senior Director Strategic Planning
Singapore University of Technology and Design

10:00 AM
Purpose Based Smart City Design, using technology to power Smart City Living

Understanding the purpose of Smart City development and utilizing current and future technologies to fulfil Smart City Goals. The convergence of cloud-based computing, big data and IoT enabling social innovations that will enhance people’s lives and support other goals such as environmental sustainability.

Andrew Mui, Chief Commercial Officer – Asia Pacific, Global Innovation Business, Hitachi, Ltd.
Chief Marketing Officer, Social Innovation Business, Hitachi Asia Ltd.

10:45 AM
Morning break & tour to exhibition hall
11:15 AM
The role of buildings in achieving a decarbonized, sustainable society

Buildings offer a much more cost-effective pathway to reducing carbon emissions than any other sector. For the same amount of money, buildings can save 40 percent more emissions than the next most cost-effective sector. Using examples from Malaysia and around the world, this presentation will discuss the opportunities there are in Malaysia to reduce carbon emissions through more energy efficient buildings and at the same time ensuring they are sustainable.

Anthony Abbotts, Director Group Sustainability, ROCKWOOL Group, Denmark

12:00 PM
Leaders Forum - The Future is Now: Tomorrow's Cities Are Made Today

Discussing pressing urban challenges and share best practices. A holistic view to ensure all the relevant components are intact in building sustainable future cities..

Moderator

Yasmin Rasyid, President & Founder, EcoKnights


Panelist

Anthony Abbotts Director Group Sustainability ROCKWOOL Group, Denmark

Kenny Tan, General Manager, Alibaba Cloud, Malaysia

Marjolein Brasz, Challenge Lead, Circular Economy Amsterdam Economic Board

Daniel Havas, Minister Counsellor (Commercial) and Senior Trade & Investment Commissioner, Malaysia and Brunei Australian Trade and Investment Commission

01:00 PM
Networking luncheon & tour to exhibition hall
Smart Governance
Smart Mobility
Smart Development
AGENDA DAY 1: 2 OCT 2018
02:15 PM
Chairperson Remarks

Marjolein Brasz, Challenge Lead, Circular Economy Amsterdam Economic Board

02:30 PM
Sustainable urban development for smart and inclusive cities in Asia and the Pacific
  • The challenges faced by Asian and Pacific cities will need to be countered with smart governance and policies to ensure sustainable development.
  • Allowing data to interoperate with other independently-produced government data
  • Reducing the effort required for data harmonising before use while still maintaining data integrity

Kyungkoo Philip Kang,
Economic Affairs Officer Sustainable Urban Development Section Environment and Development Division United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific

03:15 PM
The Australian Case Study: Governance of Federal data
  • Producing data independently with individual authority
  • Allowing data to interoperate with other independently-produced government data 
  • Reducing the effort required for data harmonising before use while still maintaining data integrity

Nicholas Car, Co-Chairman, Australian Government Linked Data Working

04:00 PM
Afternoon Refreshment & Exhibition Hall Tour
04:30 PM
Smart Governance

We live in a linear economy. In a smart city we should deal with our resources in a smart way. Keeping products, components, materials and resources in our economic system for as long as possible is very profitable, though it requires radical system innovation.

Transitioning into a new economy requires strong cooperation between governments, knowledge institutes and business.

The Amsterdam Economic Board works together with its partners on the transition into a circular economy in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Region.

Marjolein Brasz, Challenge Lead, Circular Economy Amsterdam Economic Board

02:15 PM
Chairperson Remarks

Khoo Salma, Former Councillor, City Council of Penang Island

02:30 PM
Better, Cheaper, Faster: New Mobility Agenda for Penang
  • Penang Forum propose an integrated transport network across the whole state based on modern generation trams and Bus Rapid Transit.
  • A combination of a single integrated network of modern trams with BRT to cater both the island and the mainland’s needs. It can be delivered at half the price and twice as fast as the SRS Consortium proposal.

Khoo Salma, Former Councillor, City Council of Penang Island

03:15 PM
Leveraging IoT in Public Transportation
  • Data assisted network and demand planning is next phase of Malaysia's public transport scene
  • Open and big data analytics helps increase both fare & non-fare revenue meanwhile get civil involvement.

Cameron Kang, Councillor, Seberang Perai Municipal Council

04:00 PM
Afternoon Refreshment & Exhibition Hall Tour
04:30 PM
Panel discussion- Shared Mobility: Innovations in Transit
  • Bike and car sharing services to fulfil urban short trips by combining innovation and today’s IoT technology.
  • Disrupting the transportation industry and propel it into the future

Moderator: Khoo Salma, Former Councillor, City Council of Penang Island

Cameron Kang, Councillor, Seberang Perai Municipal Council

Leon Sing Foong, CEO, SOCAR Malaysia

02:15 PM
Chairperson Remarks

Mark Thomas, Task Force Member, Smart City Council Australia & New Zealand

02:30 PM
Panel discussion- Future of Urban Planning: The Making of a Great Township
  • To dwell on township planning with a holistic view in ensuring all the relevant components are intact in building a sustainable future township.

Moderator

Mark Thomas, Task Force Member, Smart City Council Australia & New Zealand

Panelist

Mathias Steck, EVP & Regional Manager, Digital Consulting and Smart Cities, Asia, DNV GL – Digital Solutions

Ar. Ezumi Harzani, President, Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia

03:15 PM
Real Estate Development for Smart Cities:

Focus discussion for real estate developers and related industry players.A discussion on how Real Estate Development will play a big part in achieving Smart City goals through deploying digital ecosystems, adapting new development models and partnering government initiatives.

Andrew Mui, Chief Commercial Officer – Asia Pacific, Global Innovation Business, Hitachi, Ltd. Chief Marketing Officer, Social Innovation Business, Hitachi Asia Ltd.

04:00 PM
Afternoon Refreshment & Exhibition Hall Tour
04:30 PM
From Technology-led approach towards a people centred design approach

In this vision, the city will reflect the needs of citizens and the challenges they face. Technology will play an enabling role and smart city plans will be bespoke to the needs of individual cities.

Ar. Ezumi Harzani, President, Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia

08:50 AM
Chairperson

Dr Amila Zawawi Director, Institute of Self-sustainable Building at Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS

09:00 AM
Citizen Engagement for Smart Cities Success

Smart city initiatives are not just about optimized traffic patterns, parking management, efficient lighting and improvements to public works.The way forward is a community-driven, bottom-up approach where citizens are an integral part of designing and developing smart cities.

The focus is not just about the use of technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and smart machines, but the enhancement of services and experience.

Mark Thomas, Task Force Member, Smart City Council Australia & New Zealand

09:30 AM
Ministerial Address

YBM Senator Dato’ Raja Kamarul Bahrin Shah Ibni Raja Ahmad Baharuddin Shah Deputy Minister, Ministry of Housing and Local Government

09:50 AM
Morning Refreshments & Tour to Exhibition Hall
10:30 AM
The 3Ps in Smart Cities Implementation

The 3P strategic and systemised approaches in accelerating the national and local levels Smart City agenda involving Policy, Programmes and Projects. How to align and synergise of multiple contents and stakeholders through strategic platforms are equally crucial

Datuk Nik Ahmad Faizul Abdul Mallek, Vice President-Special Projects, Malaysian Industry-Government Group for High Technology

11:00 AM
Panel Discussion: The Smart Cities Network

Chief Smart City Officers/National Representative roundtable where they will share their action plans and discuss the Smart Cities initiatives

Moderator

Mark Thomas, Task Force Member, Smart City Council Australia & New Zealand

Panelist

Datuk Nik Ahmad Faizul Abdul Mallek, Vice President-Special Projects, Malaysian Industry- Government Group for High Technology

David Pickeral, Mobility and Smart Cities Expert, Washington

Marjolein Brasz, Challenge Lead, Circular Economy Amsterdam Economic Board

12:00 PM
Future Smart Cities: Technologies and Stepping stones to get there

Discussing the most important enabling technologies for Smart Cities today that is required right now. Why smart city projects go wrong? What needs to be done to prevent this?

Mathias Steck, EVP & Regional Manager, Digital Consulting and Smart Cities, Asia, DNV GL – Digital Solutions

12:45 PM
Networking luncheon & tour to exhibition hall
Smart Data & Technology
Smart Citizen
Smart Energy
AGENDA DAY 2: 3 OCT 2018
02:00 PM
Chairperson Remarks

Allen Yeung, Advisor, Our Hong Kong Foundation, Former Hong Kong Government CIO, Hong Kong

02:15 PM
Data Driven Smart City

As cities in the world, particularly in Asia are challenged by growing urbanisation issues, how can mayors take leadership in changing the governance structure and institutionalise data driven smart city principles as a way to overcome the issues and at the same time, measure the outcome on a continuous basis.

Allen Yeung, Advisor, Our Hong Kong Foundation, Former Hong Kong Government CIO, Hong Kong

03:15 PM
Data Meets Defending Against Cyber Threats In SmartCities

Smart city is an initiative that target to improve citizen's lifestyle however the focus is more towards Smart City's infrastructure development and not focused on cyber threats

Discussing cyber threats on a smart city based on Cyber Security Malaysia’s experience on conducting Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT).

04:00 PM
Afternoon Refreshment & Exhibition Hall Tour
04:30 PM
Closing Keynote
Smart Cities a Decade Later: Have They Lived Up to The Promise

Smart cities entered the public discourse 10 years ago. Prominent smart city programs have appeared in different cities all over the world and attracted attention from both experts and general public. More and more cities are rebranding themselves as smart cities, yet it is not always clear what their results are. What has been accomplished in the past decade? What are the tangible outcomes of the smart city movement? Which cities have benefitted the most? What should the cities who are only starting their smart city programs be focusing on?

Vladimir Batev, Principal Consultant , Zaz Ventures, European Innovation Funding Experts

02:00 PM
Chairperson Remarks

Vladimir Batev, Principal Consultant , Zaz Ventures, European Innovation Funding Experts

02:15 PM
Future of Work, Education and Healthcare

Will smart city technologies (such as AI) create jobs or destroy them? Will digital divides in education and healthcare widen or narrow? This session will explore the human and social impact of digital disruption and transformation through three key aspects of our lives: work, education, and healthcare. It will propose practical strategies and policies that public and private sector leaders can take to lift lives, so that more people can thrive.

King Wang Poon Director, Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities/ Senior Director Strategic Planning Singapore University of Technology and Design

03:15 PM
Seamless Smart Cities Technology

How do you get people to accept smart solutions? They must be so seamless that people don’t feel it

Vladimir Batev, Principal Consultant , Zaz Ventures, European Innovation Funding Experts

04:00 PM
Afternoon Refreshment & Exhibition Hall Tour
04:30 PM
Closing Keynote
Smart Cities a Decade Later: Have They Lived Up to The Promise

Smart cities entered the public discourse 10 years ago. Prominent smart city programs have appeared in different cities all over the world and attracted attention from both experts and general public. More and more cities are rebranding themselves as smart cities, yet it is not always clear what their results are. What has been accomplished in the past decade? What are the tangible outcomes of the smart city movement? Which cities have benefitted the most? What should the cities who are only starting their smart city programs be focusing on?

Vladimir Batev, Principal Consultant , Zaz Ventures, European Innovation Funding Experts

02:00 PM
Chairperson Remarks

Dr Amila Zawawi Director, Institute of Self-sustainable Building at Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS

02:00 PM
Green Buildings in Smart Cities
  • Understanding the green building concept and how it fits in with your smart cities plan
  • How to make existing buildings greener and smarter

Ar Chan Seong Aun, President Malaysian Green Building Confederation

03:15 PM
The Future is Here: Towards a Low Carbon Malaysia
  • Malaysia envision to reduce its carbon intensity of GDP by 45% by the year 2030 as compared with the 2005 level.

Yasmin Rasyid, President & Founder, EcoKnights

04:00 PM
Afternoon Refreshment & Exhibition Hall Tour
04:30 PM
Closing Keynote
Smart Cities a Decade Later: Have They Lived Up to The Promise

Smart cities entered the public discourse 10 years ago. Prominent smart city programs have appeared in different cities all over the world and attracted attention from both experts and general public. More and more cities are rebranding themselves as smart cities, yet it is not always clear what their results are. What has been accomplished in the past decade? What are the tangible outcomes of the smart city movement? Which cities have benefitted the most? What should the cities who are only starting their smart city programs be focusing on?

Vladimir Batev, Principal Consultant , Zaz Ventures, European Innovation Funding Experts