Smart Cities Expo World Forum combines the power of collocated conference with state-of-the-art expo floor in order to educate people towards smart cities and urban planning technologies, strive for innovation, promote business and connect thousands of attendees from around the globe. We aim to provide a platform where public business managers, directors, urban administrators, international authorities responsible for developing urban policies can offer their services for the development of smart cities. The conference program covers Smart City Vertical Applications such as Smart Grid, Smart Transportation, Smart Health, Smart Building Management Systems, Enterprise IoT, Fog computing, Big Data Analytics and Smart Governance.

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Conference Schedule / 30th April - 1st May 2019, Enercare Center, Toronto Canada

Leon Katsnelson

Day 01 – Keynote 02

Future-Proof Digital Platform Empowers Cities 

Shawn Slack

Day 01 – Keynote 03

Embrace Innovation While Maintaining Operational Stability 

Manu Sud

Day 01 – Keynote 04

Empowering Communities to Tackle Urban Pollution with Open Source IoT and Data

Ashek Mahmood

Day 01 – Keynote 05

Digitalization of transport & ITS

Dr. Richard Reiner

Day 01 – Keynote 06

The Current State of IoT Cybersecurity — Challenges, Risks, and Solutions

Sari Mahli

Day 01 – Keynote 07

Strategies for Fairer Working Conditions in the Global Gig Economy

Yvonne Yeung

Day 01 – Keynote 08

IoT & Disruptive Technologies for Cities

Xavier Fernando

Day 01 – Keynote 09

The road to zero – the evolution of rapid charge electric buses

Waleed Ejaz

Day 01 – Keynote 10

Developing your asset tracking strategy for Smart City Transformation

Nasir Kenea

Day 01 – Keynote 11

Sizing the Potential Value of AI

Eman Hammad

Day 01 – Keynote 12

IEEE Toronto ComSoc Chapter Chair

Tracey DeLeeuw

Day 01 – Keynote 13

Redesigning the Future

Peter Widdis

Day 01 – Keynote 14

Multi Stakeholder Innovative Ways of Collaboration

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