Smart Cincy was pleased to have Oscar Bode, CEO of Smart City Capital, lead an afternoon smart planning workshop titled, 'Funding and Financing Smart City Development' at the second annual Smart Cincy Summit.
From automating and prioritizing non-traditional projects to the smart region task force, Thea Walsh (Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission) and Robyn Bancroft (Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments) give insight into our region's progress.
Representing the Wireless Supercluster from National Institute of Standards and Technology's Global City Teams Challenge, Dr. Mo Shakouri leads the smart planning workshop titled "Wireless, Data and IoT Planning for Interoperability" at the second annual Smart Cincy Summit.
Michael Dunaway and Dean Skidmore - who represent the Public Safety Supercluster in National Institute of Standards and Technology's Global City Teams Challenge (GCTC) - call upon Cincinnati to formally join their collaborative efforts in improving public safety and resilience within smart connected communities.
At the second annual Smart Cincy Summit, leaders from government, academia, and the private sector discussed how advanced transportation technologies and capabilities and guiding planning decisions to better connect people to jobs, healthcare, education, and leisure while leaning on the cutting edge of smart mobility.
Moderator ➝ Robyn Bancroft (OKI Regional Council of Governments)
Panelists ➝ John Gardocki (SORTA), Andrew Bremer (Drive Ohio), Pete Metz (Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber of Commerce), Jiaqi Ma (University of Cincinnati)
At the second annual Smart Cincy Summit, government, academic, and business leaders discussed the future of mobility and what they are doing to research and develop these new solutions that will bring about immense change in the way people and freight moves from place to place.
Moderator ➝ Brian Cobb (CVG International Airport)
Panelists ➝ Mike Stanley (TransitX), Dr. Shaaban Abdallah (University of Cincinnati), Dr. Kelly Cohen (University of Cincinnati), Thea Walsh (Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission)
At the second annual Smart Cincy Summit, Venture Smarter curated a panel of experts and practitioners to explore how a foundational layer of connectivity and data-driven planning can drive smart city success stories.
Moderator ➝ Jean Rice (NTIA - United States Department of Commerce)
Panelists ➝ John Putnam (Cincinnati Bell), Leigh Tami (City of Cincinnati), Edita Dolan-Mayo (Powernet) and Jess Kropczynski (University of Cincinnati)
At the Second Annual Smart Cincy Summit leaders engaged in a panel discussion and open Q&A focused on assessing and mitigating risks ranging from cyber-physical security to environmental impact.
Moderator ➝ Mitchell Kominsky (Venture Smarter)
Panelists ➝ Jeremy Faust (5/3 Bank), Nicollette Statton (City of Cincinnati), Oliver Kroner (City of Cincinnati) and Scott Tousley (Department of Homeland Security, Science & Technology)