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BBE 2011 Program

Health in the Intelligent Community

 Wednesday, 1 June
 Workshop

This workshop provides community leaders - Mayors, CAOs, CIOs, EDOs, academic leaders and business and nonprofit executives - with essential training on how to become an Intelligent Community.  It includes exploration of healthcare in the Intelligent Community, the key challenges faced by the Top Seven Intelligent Communities, and presentation of broadband community applications.  Separate registration required.  Hunton & Williams in the MetLife Building, between 44th and 45th Streets on Park Avenue, adjacent to Grand Central Terminal in midtown Manhattan.  See the Locations & Accommodations page for directions.
 

HOSTED BY

     
9:00
  Registration and Continental Breakfast

 
10:00  

Intelligent Community Master Class
Introduction to the principles, practices and success factors in developing an Intelligent Community, illustrated by numerous cases from communities around the world.  Led by Robert Bell, co-founder, ICF. 



 

 
12:00   Lunch and Networking

 
13:00  

Health in the Intelligent Community
Presentations from Smart21 communities and topic experts on the uses of ICT to foster better community health and stimulate creation of new companies.

 

J. David Liss, Vice President, Government Relations  & Strategic Initiatives, New York-Presbyterian Hospital


  Anette Scheibe, CEO, Electrum Foundation & Kista Science City AB
 
Carl Viel, President & CEO, Quebec City Economic Development Corporation     Hanna Brogren, Head of Communications, City of Stockholm, Sweden
 
Vivian Funkhouser, Principal, Global Healthcare Solutions, Motorola Solutions   
   

 
14:00  

Meet the Top Seven Intelligent Communities
Panel session featuring representatives of all seven communities, moderated by ICF's co-founders, about what works and what doesn't in the evolution of their communities. 

  • Joep Brouwers, Vice Director, Brainport Development, Eindhoven, Netherlands 
  • Mayor Eddie Francis, Windsor, Ontario, Canada, and Warden Tom Bain, Essex County
  • Eric Legale, Director, Issy Media, Issy-les-Moulineaux, France 
  • Mayor Ron Litttlefield, Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA
  • Mayor Ron Loveridge, Riverside, California, USA
  • Dana McDaniel, Deputy City Manager, Dublin, Ohio, USA

 
15:00   Networking Break

 
15:30   Coolest Broadband Community Apps
Presentation of seven broadband community apps related to health proposed by the Top Seven, followed by mobile voting to select a winner to be announced on Friday. 

 
17:00   Closing
     

 
 

18:00 (6:00 pm)

New Location

 

Intelligent Communities of the World Alumni Reception and Dinner
Dinner with senior representatives of the Smart 21 and Top Seven Communities of the past and present at The Harmonie Club, 4 East 60th Street off Central Park East.  (See Locations & Accommodations page for directions).  Separate registration or invitation required. 

  • Keynote: Gary Shapiro, President, Consumer Electronic Association, on innovation in healthcare IT. 
  • Special Presentation: the Founders Awards, honoring individuals, applications, organizations and innovations within Intelligent Communities that are transforming life in the Broadband Economy for the common good. 

 
 
 Thursday, 2 June
 Summit

The Summit takes place in the Dibner Auditorium of the Polytechnic Institute of New York University in Brooklyn, the "Left Bank" of New York City.  (See Locations for travel and accommodations information.)  It features conversations with the leaders of the Top Seven Intelligent Communities exploring the transformation of their cities, plus thought-provoking keynotes on creating and managing change. 

 HOSTED BY

     
8:00   Registration and Continental Breakfast

 
9:00

 

Opening 

Introduction - John Jung, Chairman, ICF   About John Jung

 
Welcome Paul Horn, Senior Vice Provost for Research, the Polytechnic Institute of New York University - About Paul Horn

Invitation to Intelligent Communities in the Developing World - Mel Horwitch, Dean & Professor, Central European University Business School, Budapest, Hungary

 
 9:20  

The Revolutionary Community 
John Goggin, Director, Internet Business Solutions Group, Cisco Systems
Keynote address on healthcare technology and its impact on quality of life and economic growth at the community level

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9:45  

Conversation with a Top Seven Intelligent Community
Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA
Chattanooga Mayor Ron Littlefield , interviewed by ICF co-founder John Jung




 
10:15  
Networking Break  
 



 
10:45  

Conversation with a Top Seven Intelligent Community
Dublin, Ohio, USA

Deputy City Manager Dana McDaniel, interviewed by ICF co-founder John Jung.




 
11:15
 

Conversation with a Top Seven Intelligent Community
Eindhoven, Netherlands

Mayor Rob van Gijzel, City of Eindhoven, and Deputy Mayor Yvonne van Mierlo, City of Helmond and Boardmember of Brainport Eindhoven, interviewed by ICF co-founder Robert Bell.   


 

 
12:00   Networking Lunch  

 
13:00  
  How to Change Your Community Without Getting Voted Out of Office
 
A panel discussion among thought-leaders on how communities create change, moving from being stuck to success in shaping their futures. Moderated by Mel Horwitch, Dean & Professor, Central European University Business School,  Budapest, Hungary.    
 

Joe King, City Manager, Danville, Virginia, USA

 
Jo de Boeck, Senior Vice President, Holst Centre, Eindhoven, Netherlands
  Ingrid Goetzl, Head of International ICT Affairs, Vienna, Austria
    Gale Brewer, Member, New York City Council

 
13:45  

Conversation with a Top Seven Intelligent Community
Issy-les-Moulineaux, France

Eric Legale, General Manager, Issy Media, interviewed by ICF co-founder Robert Bell 




 
14:15  

Conversation with a Top Seven Intelligent Community
Riverside, California, USA

Mayor Ron Loveridge, interviewed by ICF co-founder Robert Bell 



 
14:45   Networking Break  
 

 
15:15  

Conversation with a Top Seven Intelligent Community
Stratford, Ontario, Canada

Mayor Dan Mathieson, interviewed by ICF co-founder Louis Zacharilla   




 
15:45  

Conversation with a Top Seven Intelligent Community
Windsor-Essex, Ontario, Canada
Mayor Eddie Francis of Windsor
and Warden Tom Bain of Essex County, interviewed by ICF co-founder Robert Bell




 
16:15  
Intelligent Communities of the Year: Where Are They Now?
Interactive Q&A session with representatives of present and past Intelligent Communities of the Year.     
           
  Mayor Brenda Halloran, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada (2007 Intelligent Community of the Year)   Professor Cheol Soo Park, SungKyunKwan University, Suwon, South Korea (2010 Intelligent Community of the Year)

 
16:45   Closing

 
18:30 (6:30pm)  

Top Seven Intelligent Communities of 2011 Reception
Honoring the communities named by ICF as models for economic and social development in the broadband economy, at the Samsung Experience in the Time-Warner Center at Columbus Circle in Manhattan  (See the Locations & Accomodations page for directions.)   Hosted by the Consulate Generale of Canada in New York and the Province of Ontario. Welcome by Gale Brewer, Member, New York City Council.


 
 Friday, 3 June
 
 Association and Awards
The third day of Building the Broadband Economy is dedicated to the annual meeting of the Intelligent Community Association and the Intelligent Community Awards luncheon.  Shuttle bus transportation will be provided from the Polytechnic Institute - site of the Thursday Summit - to Steiner Studio Stage Six in the Brooklyn Navy Yard redevelopment zone.  Buses will leave at 12:00 noon.  See Locations for details.  
 
9:00  Intelligent Community Association Member and Board Meeting
 Dibner Building, 4th Floor, Polytechnic Institute.  Members and prospective members only
   
12:00 Intelligent Community Awards Luncheon
Doors open for Intelligent Community Awards
   
12:30

Welcome and Introduction
Master of Ceremonies Louis Zacharilla, co-founder, ICF.  



Intelligent Community Visionary of the Year Presentation
ICF presents its Intelligent Community Visionary of the Year Award to Suvi Linden, Commissioner of the United Nations Broadband Commission for Digital Development and outgoing Communications Minister of Finland, for her commitment to ensuring affordable broadband access to every citizen and her leadership of the international movement to use broadband for economic and human development.        

 


   

Coolest Broadband Community App Award
ICF presents the award for the Coolest Broadband Community App to the Top Seven Intelligent Community that nominated the application selected by the Workshop audience on Wednesday.
   

Intelligent Community of the Year Award 
Presented to one of the Top Seven Intelligent Communities selected through independent analysis of nomination data and the vote of an international jury of peers. 

 

   
17:30 (5:30 pm)

Second Annual Post-Awards Reception
BBE attendees are cordially invited to a reception hosted by the Netherlands Consulate-General New York at The 3 West CLub, 3 West 51st Street in midtown Manhattan.

 

 

Presentation of seven broadband community apps related to health proposed by the Top Seven (their own or ones they have used) with a vote to narrow the choices to top 3 for presentation and vote on Day Two.

 

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partnership with 

The Polytechnic Institute
of New York University

With special thanks to  
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