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ITU NBTC Training for Asia-Pacific Region

​Leveraging ICTs for Smart Sustainable Cities (SSC)

29 September - 2 October, 2014, Bangkok, Thailand

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Definition and Background


"A smart sustainable city is an innovative city that uses information and communication technologies (ICTs) and other means to improve quality of life, efficiency of urban operation and services, and competitiveness, while ensuring that it meets the needs of present and future generations with respect to economic, social and environmental aspects" - ITU-T Focus Group on Smart Sustainable Cities.

DRAFT TECHNICAL REPORTS (16 Reports) of the Focus Group are available at the weblink above.

In the "Smart and Sustainable" city models that are emerging, ICT stakeholders have a major role. While facilitating development of the underlying broadband and intelligent machine to machine infrastructure, they also play pivotal role in building smart and secure applications for the other sectors, create appropriate enabling environment and provide tools for big data processing capabilities that can support fast and efficient decision making. This training aims to build skills on the required framework for SSC from an ICT perspective, the underlying components and the role of various ICT stakeholders in development of Smart Sustainable Cities.

Draft Agenda Day 1 (29 September)

Objective: ​To have a comprehensive understanding of Smart Sustainable Cities, underlying policies  and the role of stakeholders.

0900-1230

Opening Session

- ITU 
- NBTC

Session 1 Smart Sustainable Cities: Definitions and Trends
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Sekhar Kondepudi, National University of Singapore (Vice Chairman ITU-FG SSC)
- Irene Ng, Head Asia, GSMA

Session 2: Smart sustainable Cities: Policy Initiatives and role of key stakeholders
- Cristina Bueti, ITU
-
Tomoko Tanaka, Senior manager, Orange

Presentation on Focus Group on Smart Sustainable Cities - Cristina Bueti
ITU-T Focus Group Webpage (incl Draft Reports)

1230-1400: LUNCH

1400-1700
Session 3: Smart City KPIs and Monitoring
-
Ziqin Sang, Fiberhome Technologies (Vice-Chairman, ITU-T FG SSC)

Session
4: Work Group Exercise A

ITU NBTC Case Study

Draft Agenda Day 2 (30 September)

Objective: ​To understand the smart infrastructure technologies and services in SSCs

0900-1230
Session 5: Machine to Machine & Internet of Things
- Andrew J. Haire   
- Pichaya Limpivest, Intel

Session 6: Big Data & Cloud Network
- Andrew J. Haire

Session 7: Addressing EMF issues to achieve SSCs
- Fryderyk Lewicki, Orange (WP2/5 Vice-chairman, ITU-T SG 5)

Session 7: Smart Buildings
- Sekhar Kondepudi, National University of Singapore, (Vice Chairman ITU-FG SSC)


1230-1400: LUNCH

1400-1700

S
ession 8: Green ICTs and Other SSC Standards - Current Situation and the way forward
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Flavio Cucchietti, Vice Chairman of ITU-T Study Group 5
- Flavio Cucchietti, Presentation of Infrastructure
- Cristina Bueti, ITU

Session 9: Managing Security Concernes in SSC 
-
Ziqin Sang, Fiberhome (Vice-Chairman, ITU-T FG SSC)

 

Draft Agenda Day 3 (1 October)

Objective: To provide examples of smart city solutions and practical cases

0900-1230
Session 10: Smart Sustainability City solutions

- Flavio Cucchietti, Telecom Italia
- Erick Stephens, CTO (APAC), Microsoft
- Bunyati Kirdniyom,  Head of Communication and Regulatory Affairs, Ericsson (Thailand) Ltd
Patrick Lavielle, APAC Director for the Network & Services, Sofrecom

1230-1400: LUNCH

1400-1700
Session 12: Structuring Public Private Partnerships for SSC
- Ashish Narayan, ITU

Session 13: Working Group Exercise 

Draft Agenda Day 4 (2 October)

Objective: To understand the requirements for preparing smart sustainable city plan of action

0900-1200

Vatsun Thirapatarapong, Country Manager, Cisco, Thailand

Session 14: Working Group Presentations

Session 15: Working Group Presentations (continued)

1200-1230
SUMMARY, WRAP UP AND GROUP DISCUSSIONS