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Smart City Summit & Expo presents its conferences focusing on high-level dialogue of city leaders, global trends, practitioner visions, and sustainable communities.
2019 Smart City Mayors' Summit

Hosted by the Taipei City Government, the Summit features smart cities leaders from across the globe sharing their experience and knowledge to the audience. It has always been a major highlight of the exhibition for the past few years. Through sharing and acknowledging experiences from different initiatives, the Summit brings smart city visions closer to reality. For 2019’s edition, it is expected to attract more than 150 city leaders from abroad, marking an increase of 25% compared to the last edition.

Power Up for Cities: Sustainable Cities that Connects with Industries
Smart City & Innovative Entrepreneurship

*This agenda is subject to changes and the Organizer reserves the right to revise when necessary.

World Telecom Smart City Conference

Telecom operators have always played a vital role in the development of every smart city across the world. As the Internet of Things (IoT) becomes part of the telecoms ecosystem, telecom operators will play a more important role in building smart cities; hence, every year the organizers are inviting telecom operators from different countries to present their ideas, development experiences related to smart cities, as well as applications and deployments of the Internet of Things (IoT). As the world begins to see more companies planning their deployment of commercial 5G networks by 2020, the conference features 3 sub-sessions reflecting this trend:

Toward a 5G Future
Case Studies of Smart City Innovation
Smart City for a Better Tomorrow

*This agenda is subject to changes and the Organizer reserves the right to revise when necessary.

The Sustainable City Forum

The Forum has been focusing on ways to achieve the city's sustainable development goals through smart technologies. The forum is co-organized by TSSA, the Meteorological Society think tank, and the three leading international organizations: ICLEI, City Network, and WEGO. The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development will also be sending representatives to participant in the event. 5 topics will be explored during the sessions:

Circular Economy
Green Economic Development
Green Finance
Social Innovations and Civic Engagement
Creating Business Opportunity for Energy Service

*This agenda is subject to changes and the Organizer reserves the right to revise when necessary.


City leaders, chief innovation officers, executives from home and abroad have been invited as speakers to share their experiences about the latest development in their cities at the CTalk stage. It is a great opportunity to learn more about the state of smart city development in different cities; professionals from Taiwan and abroad are welcome to sign up for free.

Smart Mobility
Smart Solutions
City Revitalization

*This agenda is subject to changes and the Organizer reserves the right to revise when necessary.

2019 Featured Speakers
Dr. Michael Short
Chief Scientific Adviser,
Department for International Trade, UK
Jun Young Shin
Director of Global Partnerships LG U+, Korea
James Lee
Emerging Technologies Consultant of Verizon, the US
Azrin Aris
Head of Product Division Business Technology TM ONE, Malaysia
Charles Reed Anderson
Founder, CRA & Associates
Former Vice President, IDC Asia/Pacific
Nuttawit Surittikul
Executive Vice President,
CAT (The Communications
Authority of Thailand)
Mary Jane Ortega
Special Adviser of CityNet, Philippines
Mr. Kyong-Yul Lee
Secretary-General of WeGO, Korea
Kevin Hsu
Assistant Director of
Centre for Liveable Cities, The US
Jan Ramos Pandia
Head of Public Affairs,
QLUE Smart City, Indonesia
Yukinori Takeshita
Director of Housing Department,
City of Yokohama, Japan
Paul Manwaring
Founder of IoT Living Lab,
Dr. Jemma Green
Cofounder & Chairman,
Power Ledger, Australia
Dr. Pallab Saha
Chief Architect, The Open Group,
Sébastien Tremblay
Director of
Joint Research Unit in Urban Sciences,
Charles Catlett
Cathy Wu
MIT/Microsoft, The US
Mr. Htin Paw
President of MPHA, Myanmar
Mr. Jai Ganesh Udayasankaran
Senior Manager of Healthcare Information Technology and Telehealth, India
Dr. Syahrizal
National Board of Nahdlatul Ulama (PBNU) Chairman for Health, Disaster and Population Issues, Indonesia
Mr. Ken Yu
CEO of imedtac Co., Ltd., Taiwan
Dr. Hou-Chuan Chen
Director, International Health Office and Planning Center, Tao-yuan General Hospital, Taiwan
Dr. Ganapathy Krishnan
Director, Apollo Telemedicine Networking Foundation, India
Mr. Anis Fuad
Researcher of Department of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada
Dr. Ali Ghufrom Mukti
Director General of Technology
and Higher Education Resources of the Republic of Indonesia
Dr. Bader Beneisa
Formal Minister of Education
Department of Kuwait
Dr. Alexandros Papaspyridis
Higher Education Industry Solutions
Director at Microsoft, Asia Pacific
Dr. Somkiat Tangkitvanich
President of Thailand Development
Research Institute(TDRI)
Kenneth C Green
Founding Director, The Campus
Computing Project, The US
Kong Siu Cheng
Director of Centre for Learning,
Teaching and Technology (LTTC), the
Education University of Hong Kong
Mackenzie Price
Founding member of the teaching
staff at Brightworks, The US
Oliver Crouzet
Chief Academic Officer of 42,
Riikka Lahtinen
The director of LUMATE centre
in Tampere University Lecture of
Chemistry and Bioengineering, Finland
Vu Van Tich
Director of Science- Technology
Department of Vietnam National
Arthur T. (AT) Ball
APAC Industry Director
Local and Global Partner
Candice Ling
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