Call for presentations
Connected Cities USA is currently accepting abstracts for its event, May 31-June 1, 2018 in Oak Brook, Illinois. The conference provides a forum to discuss new developments in technology, market conditions and end-user requirements that are driving Smart City innovation, capabilities and features, application trends and performance improvements.
Conference sessions should be technical and educational while providing examples for recent installations, cutting edge technology and application strategies from users driving growth in these markets. Deadline to Submit – February 2, 2018. Submit to Nick Depperschmidt: email@example.com.
- Developing new Smart City Projects
- Smart City Services
- Integrating IT and ICS
- Data Management & Analytics
- Developing a Communication Network
- Wired and Wireless Networks
- Smart Building Automation and Control
- Smart/Grid Demand Response
- Renewable Energy/Distributed Generation
- Energy Management Systems
- Intelligent Lighting
- Low Power Networks
- Cloud Based Monitoring and Control
- Upgrading Infrastructure Control Systems
- Standards, Compliance & Certification
- Sensor & Smart Device Integration
- Smart Transportation
- Emergency Response
- Environmental Control and Sensing
Types Of Presentations
1. Industry Applications: Outstanding examples of recent applications of Connected and Smart Cities sector. Possible markets include:
- Critical Infrastructure
- Smart Transportation
- Waste Management
- Smart Buildings
- Water & Wastewater
- Environmental Monitoring
- Smart Living
- IoT Networks
2. Implementation and Operational Process: Return on investment scenarios and analysis of benefits for implementation of new and improved technologies such as upgrading power systems, adoption of new testing and monitoring strategies and integration of existing and new solutions.
3. Technology Directions: Overviews, projections and forecasts for changes in core technologies, including new platforms, new industry applications and new methods of implementing solutions.
Submitting a Proposal: The basis of the proposal or the presentation may not be the promotion or marketing of a product.
Send your proposal in the body of your email and include supporting material as attachments. *All submission guidelines must be included for abstract consideration. Submit to Nick Depperschmidt at NickD@TWST.com.
The Speaking Proposal should include:
– A title for the presentation
– A summary of the presentation content (150-200 words)
– Presenter(s) biography and high-resolution head-shot
– Contact information: name, title, company, address, phone, email address and website
– Desired Speaking Track
Your Technology Needs: Speakers must indicate any other technology that you plan to bring and/or need. Include any other pertinent information about your technology requirements.