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PROGRAM

Smart City Day #9 - September 13, 2022 - Palais des Congrès, Bienne/Biel

The program is subject to change. More details to come.

Towards smarter regions

08:00
Start of the event

Registration of participants. Registration is compulsory, please prepare your SCD'22 entrance ticket. Once inside, enjoy a coffee, visit the stands and network.

09:00
Welcome & Introduction

Innobridge & City of Biel/Bienne

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09:15
PANEL
​What are the current priorities for our cities, towns and regions?

Barthélémy Rochat, Chief Digital Officer (CDO) of the City of Biel/Bienne
Didier Boillat, Conseiller communal, City of Neuchâtel
Susanne Sahli, Head of Economic Promotion of the City of Grenchen
Denis Gerber, Mayor of the Commune of St-Imier
Olivier Ferilli, Innovation Manager in representation of Innovillage Seeland

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10:15
INNOSUISSE
How we support your smart city innovation
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Thomas Martignier, Scientific Coordinator, Innosuisse
and a representative of Innovation Booster Swiss Smart Cities

10:35
Coffee break - Visit of booths, networking and animations
11:20
PRESENTATIONS SESSION:
Solutions, Innovation and Success Stories

Collaborating and sharing knowledge to build smarter regions

Massimiliano Franco, President of the CityZen association,
Nathalie Klauser, Co-President of Smart City Alliance,
Alexander Schmidt, CEO BABLE Smart Cities

Open Data digital twin of an event

Thierry Navarro, Business development manager, Esri Suisse SA
Mathieu Cerciat, Esri Suisse SA

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​Switching off lighting in a crisis situation and upgrading it in the long term to make it smarter

José Mettraux, Head of Public Lighting, Groupe E

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​Multimodal mobility observatory in Malley

Fabien Millet, Smart City Manager, TVT Services

Daniel Baumann, CEO, Swisstraffic

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​Regional mobility management

Hughes Romain, Responsable du développement, Transports Publics du Chablais

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3D modelling for smarter cities

Romain Kirchhoff, CEO of Uzufly

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Startup pitches : LEDCity, Share.P, SmartHelio

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13:00
Lunch - Visit of booths, networking
14:20
CIVITEO
Presentation of the report "From the Smart City to the reality of connected territories"

This report, published at the end of 2021, is the result of an in-depth study commissioned by the French State, with the main objective of identifying a common vision for its cities and drawing up a coherent project for the future. It is based on 50 interviews, 17 hearings and various workshops or seminars. No less than 53 recommendations were put forward.

Speaker

Jacques Priol, CEO / Director of CIVITEO

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Presentation of the Geocity platform, an open source solution for the digitisation of citizens' requests to public administrations

Olivier Monod, Responsable du SIT, Yverdon-les-Bains

Alexandre Junod, Spécialiste SIT, Yverdon-les-Bains

14:40
YVERDON-LES-BAINS
Towards simple and clever smart cities: Open Source and shared digitization approach
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15:00
WORKSHOPS
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Comment une administration peut-elle faire face à la tendance lourde de la numérisation ?

Ville de Neuchâtel - avec Christophe Egger, Délégué au Développement technologique et à l’Agglomération

  • Comment s’assurer de la pertinence de la smart city au vu des potentielles crises énergétiques ?

  • Comment une administration peut-elle s’assurer que ses services numériques répondent à un véritable besoin de la population ?

  • Quelles actions peuvent être menées par l’administration pour limiter la fracture numérique ?

  • Par quels moyens l’administration peut-elle favoriser les échanges avec les acteurs de l’innovation pour créer des solutions adaptées à ses politiques publiques ?

Wie kann eine Gemeindeverwaltung attraktiv für «Digital Natives» werden?

Smart City Lab Grenchen - avec Sascha Nussbaumer, Président

  • Welche Fachkräfte benötigt eine Gemeindeverwaltung im Kontext Smart City und Digitalisierung?

  • Welche Rahmenbedingungen müssen gegeben sein, damit eine Gemeindeverwaltung für Digital Natives attraktiv ist?

  • Wie lassen sich die Erfahrungen der Arbeitnehmer Generationen verbinden?

  • Welche Kompetenzen brauchen Gemeindeverwaltungen, um in Zukunft den digitalen Herausforderungen gewachsen zu sein?

  • Welche Organisationsformen würden sich dafür eignen?

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16:15
Debriefing of the workshops
16:45
Closing remarks & Cocktail

Smart City Day #9 - September 13, 2022 - Palais des Congrès, Bienne/Biel

08:00

Start of the event

Registration & Welcome

Doors will open to the public at 8:00 a.m. Registration is compulsory, please prepare your entry ticket SCD'22. 

 

Once inside the Palais des Congrès, we will welcome you in the exhibition hall, where you can discover the booths and meet people over a coffee.

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09:00

Introduction - Xavier Arreguit, Innobridge

Conference

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09:05

Word of Welcome - City of Biel/Bienne

Conference

The opening word from our host city for this ninth edition of Smart City Day.

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09:15

What are the current priorities for our cities, towns and regions?

Round table

​​Participants

City of Biel

Neuchâtel

Grenchen

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10:05

Innosuisse: How we support your smart city innovation

Conference

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10:25

Visit of booths, networking and animations

Coffee break

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11:10

Presentation Session: Solutions, Innovation and Success Stories

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Several companies and organizations will take the floor to present innovative projects in the Swiss Smart City environment and share their experiences. Particular emphasis will be placed on the themes of the day, namely collaboration, knowledge sharing and application at the regional level.

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12:30

Visit of booths, networking and events

Lunch

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14:10

CIVITEO:
Presentation of the report "From the Smart City to the reality of connected territories"

Conference

This report, published at the end of 2021, is the result of an in-depth study commissioned by the French State, with the main objective of identifying a common vision for its cities and drawing up a coherent project for the future. It is based on 50 interviews, 17 hearings and various workshops or seminars. No less than 53 recommendations were put forward.

Speaker

Jacques Priol, CEO / Director of CIVITEO

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14:30

Towards sober and clever smart cities: Open Source and shared digitization approach

Conference

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14:50

Workshops:
Focus groups with cities

Round table

You are invited to work with cities in workshops / discussion groups on given themes, to exchange experiences and propose solutions to their challenges

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16:05

Debriefing of the workshops

Conference

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16:20

Closing remarks: Towards smarter regions

Round table

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17:20

Closing and cocktail

Apero

  

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18:00

End of the event

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