Smart Cities.
Technology and Scenarios of Digital Transformation

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The Internet is everywhere. Computing power is increasing as price decreases. There are many options out there to store and analyze big data. Sensors have been made better, cheaper and easier to use. After many false starts, artificial intelligence has taken off.

In other words, earlier it was only Bill Gates or Mark Zuckerberg who could afford to have a smart home. Now, a smart automation platform can be implemented and succeeded with virtually for any site, including a city.

Smart City Conference is Surveying the Digital Future and Recognizing Business Opportunities at All-over-IP 2017

Business leaders across all sectors are grappling with the advances of the digital era (analytics, mobility, smart devices, cloud services) to radically increase performance of their organizations and improve their customer relations, in-house business processes and products.

The Rise of the Digital City implies:

  • Intelligent Management – including data analytics and decision support systems. Open source data, Big Data, predictive analytics (machine learning);
  • Digital Interaction with Citizens – including eGovernment web portals, city web portals, mobile apps;
  • Proactive Infrastructure Performance Management – including municipal services automation as well automated control of road/electrical grid/drainage conditions. Adaptive street lighting.
  • Security – including forecasting of situations and incidents, crowd management, emergency services management;
  • Smart Medicine – including disease prediction, wearables.
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems – including online transportation management, passenger loyalty management systems. Big data analytics and predictive analytics. Parking management.

Smart City Speaking Topics

  • Digital Transformation. Hype or Sustainable Revolution?
  • Digital Factory. Why Do Businesses Need a Digital-Ready Infrastructure?
  • Big Data Analytics. Machine Learning and AI. Cloud Computing and Mobility. The Internet of Things. How to make the pillars of digital transformation work for your business?
  • Technology Trends That Digitally Transform Cities.
  • The Socio-Economic Impact of IoT Towards Smart Cities.
  • Benefit-Cost Analysis for Implementing Smart City Projects.
  • The Best Suitable IT Architecture for Smart Cities.
  • The Future of Video Surveillance Amid the Rise of Artificial Intelligence.
  • Real-World Scenarios of City-Wide Digital Transformation.
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The Conference. Visitors' Profile

  • Administration of the City of Novomoskovsk, Security Manager
  • Administration of the City of Surgut, Head of Administration
  • Administration of the City of Surgut, Executive Administrative Assistant
  • Administration of the City of Surgut, Security Manager
  • Administration of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District, Deputy Head of Department
  • AMB Bank, Chief Engineer
  • Tunoshna International Airport, Control Systems Manager
  • Moscow City Monitoring Centre, Deputy Director for City Surveillance
  • Moscow City Monitoring Centre, City Surveillance Manager
  • Moscow City Police, Deputy Head of Department
  • The IT Department of Moscow Government, City Surveillance Counsellor
  • The IT Department of Moscow Government, Deputy Head of City Surveillance
  • The IT Department of the Kirov Region Government, Head of Department
  • Public Security Department of the Sverdlovsk Region, Deputy Head of City Surveillance
  • Ministry of Internal Affairs, Republic of Moldova, Head of IT Research, Phonoscopy and Polygraphy Department
  • The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, Head of Department
  • The Ministry of Transport of the Moscow Region, Deputy Director
  • The Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation, Deputy Director of Department
  • The Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation, Director of Transportation Security Department
  • Transnistria Police, Director of Telecommunications
  • The Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, Information Security Counselor
  • Ministry of Education and Science of the Moscow Region, Head of Department
  • The Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation, Deputy Head of Department
  • The Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation, Counsellor
  • Domodedovo International Airport, Security Director
  • Moscow Metro, Chief Inspector Information – Security Department
  • Moscow Government, Executive Secretary – Moscow Interdepartmental Commission for Security and Terrorism Prevention in High-Rise Buildings
  • Police of the Belgorod Region, Head of Department
  • The ICT Department of the Arkhangelsk Region, Project Manager
  • Regional Security Office of the the Vologda Region, Deputy Head of Department
  • Molcom Logistics, Manager
  • Adminitration of the City of Buzuluk, Head of ICT and Information Security Department
  • NIIMOSSTROY, Deputy Head of Building Safety Department
  • PO Kristall, Deputy CIO
  • Vega-Engineering, Director Telecommunication Department
  • Rosneft Oil Company, Head of Department
  • Mospromproyekt Engineering, Senior Engineer
  • MT Techno Ulyanovsk, CTO
  • MBU Rescue Service, Deputy Director Customer Support
  • The IT Department of Moscow Government, Counsellor
  • Confectionery and Bakery Factory Cheremushki, Chairman of the Board
  • Agency for Telecommunications of the the Kirov Region, Director
  • Agency for Telecommunications of the the Kirov Region, Engineer
  • The Ministry of Telecom and Mass
  • Communications of the Russian Federation, Counselor

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