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Smart Cities Forum Agenda

Smart Cities Forum Draft Agenda

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

All Sessions will be Webcast at www.transportation.gov/smartcity/webcasts

7:45 AMRegistration Opens
 Cool Tools for Smart Cities: Technology Expo
 Lunch Tickets Available for Purchase (please bring $11 cash)
  
9:00 AM -
11:45 AM


 
Opening Session
Webcast with Live Chat option at https://youtu.be/oJ5jQwic-_0


 
9:00 AMWelcome and Introductions
 Bryna Helfer, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Public Engagement, USDOT
  
 Getting Beyond Traffic: Trends Facing our Nation’s Transportation System
 Vinn White, Senior Policy Advisor, U.S. Department of Transportation
  
 The Smart City Challenge
 Mark Dowd, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Research and Technology, U.S Department of Transportation
  
9:30 AMDefining Smart Cities
 Mark Rosekind, Administrator, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
  
10:20 AMThe Role of Public Transportation in Creating a Smart City
 Therese McMillan, Administrator, Federal Transit Administration
  
10:30 AMBuilding Public Private Partnerships
 Mark Dowd, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Research and Technology, U.S. Department of Transportation
  
11:00 AMRemarks by U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx
  
11:45 AMLunch (Tickets available for $11/cash before 10:00 AM)
 Cool Tools for Smart Cities: A Technology Expo (Media Center)
 Smart City Challenge Office Hours (Room 3)
  
1:00 PM
 
Creating Smart Cities: Key Elements for Success (Break Out Sessions)
  
 Session 1: Connected Vehicles and Connected Citizens (Oklahoma Room)
 Session 2: Federal Role in Smart Cities (Room 4)
 Session 3: Shared Economy, Mobility on Demand (Room 6)
 Session 4: Urban Delivery & Logistics (Room 7)
 Session 5: Data, Urban Analytics, and Standards (Room 8,9,10)
  
  
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
 
Cool Tools for Smart Cities: Technology Expo Tour (Media Center) Webcast with Live Chat available at https://youtu.be/_gH8vR7jZ-k
 
  
1:45 PMBreak (Transition to next session)
  
  
2:00 PM
 
Creating Smart Cities: Key Elements for Success (Break Out Sessions)
  
 Session 1: Connected Vehicles and Connected Citizens (Oklahoma Room)
 Session 2: Federal Role in Smart Cities (Room 4)
 Session 3: Shared Economy, Mobility on Demand (Room 6)
 Session 4: Urban Delivery & Logistics (Room 7)
 Session 5: Data, Urban Analytics, and Standards (Room 8,9,10)
  
2:00 PM -
3:00 PM

 
Connected Vehicles, Connected Citizens
Webcast with Live Chat available at 
https://youtu.be/XO1KeL6CNDQ
 
  
2:45 PMBreak: Transition to Atrium
  
3:00 PM -
4:00 PM


 
Advancing Automation and Closing Remarks
Webcast with Live Chat available at
https://youtu.be/8nzOcT-viIE

 
3:00 PMPlenary: Advancing Automation (West Atrium)
 Dr. J. Christian Gerdes, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University
  
3:30 PMClosing Remarks: Getting Smart about the Smart City Challenge
 Greg Nadeau, Administrator Federal Highway Administration
  
3:45 PMSmart City Challenge Office Hours (Room 3)
 Cool Tools for Smart Cities: A Technology Expo (Media Center)

To RSVP to this event, click here. To learn more about the U.S. Department of Transportation's Smart City Challenge, click here.

Updated: Friday, October 7, 2016
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