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MARRIOTT SINGAPORE TANG PLAZA, 22-23 MARCH 2016

 

3rd Big Data and Smart Cities World Show

 

 

 

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3RD BIG DATA AND SMART CITIES WORLD SHOW

The 3rd Big Data and Smart Cities World Show will be held on 22nd and 23rd March 2016 at Marriott Singapore Tang Plaza. This two-day conference with the theme, ‘Shaping the Future with Big Data and the Internet of Things towards Building a Smart City’ aims to provide comprehensive learning experience with tangible input from renowned senior leaders and experts coming from all industries across the globe. The 3rd Big Data and Smart Cities World Show will highlight significant key areas of Big Data and IoT in changing businesses and people’s lives in line with the implementation of Smart Cities.

 

WHAT IS BIGIT TECHNOLOGY?

BIGIT Technology’s events are niche, exclusive and tailored according to market needs of the host city and as such, only relevant sponsors, exhibitors, and delegates are invited to attend. The BIGIT Technology consists of the Conference Series and BIGIT Exhibition:

Conference Series focuses on the exploration and discussion on the latest technology trends such as Big Data, IOT and Smart Government. It acts as a platform to create awareness on these topics among industry players.

BIGIT Exhibition fosters the networking between vendors and end-users With a host of key industry players in attendance, it creates a conducive environment for business development and networking.

WHO ARE WE?

Continuing our focus in bringing innovation and breakthrough to the field of technology, our shows are tailored to address the evolving nature of technological advancement. We have seen success in South East Asia region with the Big Data World Show and now, we are recognised as the “Largest Enterprise Technology Show in Malaysia”.

Our priority remains – to create value for the audience; to organise an exhibition for industry specialists yet catering to the end users. Incorporating both quality and quantity into our shows, some attendees have described us to have “a great balance between business networking and knowledge sharing”. Thus, we strive to Build Intelligence Globally in Technology and that makes us truly unique.

SPEAKERS

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Dr. Yap Ghim Eng
Deputy Director and Lead Scientist
Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)
Singapore

Josep

Josep-Ramon Ferrer Escoda
Former Deputy CTO and Smart City Director
Barcelona City Council Spain

Ir. Dr. Daniel Ng

Ir. Dr. Daniel Ng
Head of Research
China Big Data and Smart City
Research Institute (Guangdong Centre) China

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David Smart
Programme Director
Facilities & Data Centre Developments
Saudi Arabia Monetary Agency (SAMA)
Saudi Arabia

tamanna dahiya

Tamanna Dahiya
Head of Innovation
Asia Pacific Solutions & Innovation Centre
DHL Singapore

 

 

 

lawrence wee

Lawrence Wee
Deputy Director
Data Analytics Institute for Infocomm
Research (i2r) Singapore

christine

Christine A. Donnelly
VP
Nursing and Patient Care Services Makati Medical Centre Philippines

Jong-Sung Hwang

Dr.Jong-Sung Hwang
Vice President
ICT Policy Group National Information Society Agency (NIA)
South Korea

Dr. Karl

Ir. Dr. Karl Ng
Director
Innovation Capital Division
Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC)
Malaysia

Professor Pierce Chow Kah Hoe

Professor Pierce Chow Kah Hoe
Senior Consultant
Division of Surgical Oncology
National Cancer Centre
Singapore

 

 

 

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Norvan Vogt
CIO
Townsville Hospital and Health Service
Australia

Fabien

Dr. Fabien Pfaënder
Head of Data Exploration & Visualisation

Sino-European School of
Technology of Shanghai China

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Tan Hwee Pink
Academic Director of
SMU-TCS iCity Lab
Singapore Management University (SMU) Singapore

Fredrik Ohlsson

Fredrik Ohlsson
Director
Global Information Management
Tetra Pak
Singapore

Abhishek1

Abhishek Vats
Regional Director
Business Intelligence
Zalora Group Singapore

 

 

 

Alex Zhang
Alex Zhang
Director
Customer Intelligence and Analytics
Prudential Asia
Hong Kong

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Setiaji
Head
Jakarta Smart City
Jakarta Provincial Government
Indonesia

Johnson Poh
Johnson Poh
Principal Data Scientist
Defense Management Group (MINDEF)
Singapore

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AGENDA

Agenda Day 1: 22nd March, 2016

Agenda Day 1: 22nd March, 2016

8.30 Registration and Morning Coffee
9.00 Welcoming Remarks by the Organiser
9.05 Opening Remarks by the Chairperson
9.15

Keynote Presentation: Transforming into a Smart Nation: Optimising the Agility of Connectivity across Singapore

  • Realising the opportunities revolving the ecosystem in achieving the goal of becoming ‘smart’
  • Implementing analytics-based solutions to create greater awareness on the potentials sensor-driven tools can bring in generating data and creating substantial economic value
  • Creating substantial economic values to boost ancillary revenue to the country

Speaker to be Advised, HPE

9.45

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: Fuelling Your City with Innovation for Greater Modernisation

  • Taking the advantage of new technologies and new thinking to drive the smart cities’ ambitions
  • Delivering the real economic advantage to make the city a better place to live, work and invest
  • Showcasing opportunities to attract local and global investments and businesses to boost the city’s transformation

Josep
Josep-Ramon Ferrer Escoda
Former Deputy CTO and Smart City Director
Barcelona City Council Spain

10.15

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: Reforming the ‘New Country’ through the Advancement of Building Smart Cities

  • Identifying constraint and generating strategic and innovative solutions to uplift the standard of urbanisation and sustainability
  • Leveraging big data analytics by implementing smart meter analytics to enable targeted marketing of energy efficiency
  • Employing partnerships and expertise globally in refining strategies to create a strong ecosystem
10.45 Morning Refreshment & Networking Session
11.15

PANEL DISCUSSION: Cultivating Big Data and the Internet of Things in Public Sector for Excellent Service Delivery

This session will unveil data and sensor-driven economy to enhance competitive advantage between the government and public sector. Building Big Data capabilities to instigate change of the citizen is crucial in meeting potential needs, by initiating Smart Cities towards providing excellent facilities to citizen and businesses

Josep
Josep-Ramon Ferrer Escoda
Former Deputy CTO and Smart City Director
Barcelona City Council Spain

Dr. Karl
Ir. Dr. Karl Ng
Director
Innovation Capital Division
Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC)
Malaysia

Jong-Sung Hwang
Dr.Jong-Sung Hwang
Vice President
ICT Policy Group
National Information
Society Agency (NIA)
South Korea

12.00

CASE STUDY: Optimising Data Generation with Self-Service Exploratory Business Intelligence (BI)

  • Demonstrating simplification in data access to allow multiple analytical processes to take place
  • Integrating existing data management and existing BI tools to obtain deeper insight
  • Creating new data mart for dynamic business transitions and competitive advantage

Fredrik Ohlsson
Fredrik Ohlsson
Director
Global Information Management
Tetra Pak
Singapore

12.30 Networking Lunch
  Stream 1 (Big Data and IoT) Stream 2 (Smart Cities)
2.00

CASE STUDY: Tap the ‘Gold Mine’: Incorporating Data Mining for Promising Business Decisions and Diversifying Revenue Streams

  • Detecting customer behaviour patterns useful in formulating business strategies
  • Unveiling the potential business solutions lying in the information systems to compete in the industry
  • Improving data mining techniques and algorithms to obtain data from various platforms

 

 

Speaker to be Advised, Cloudera

Panel Discussion: Building Capabilities in Pervasive Connectivity and Technical Architecture to Support a Smart City Ecosystem

This session looks at placing essential policies suitable for the citizen and infrastructure to enable initiatives to develop a Smart City and providing real-time valuable data to generate solutions to curb real challenges. This panel also visualises the end results to best understand the large scopes of data for the benefit of the public.

Fabien
Dr. Fabien Pfaënder
Head of Data Exploration & Visualisation

Sino-European School of
Technology of Shanghai China

Dr. Karl
Ir. Dr. Karl Ng
Director
Innovation Capital Division
Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC)
Malaysia

 

2.30

CASE STUDY: Winning the Battle on Customer Churn with Big Data Analytics

  • Examine behaviours patterns to reduce churn in business.
  • Unveiling the potentials of Big Data in fuelling customer loyalty programmes
  • Looking into approaches to empowering customer centricity, increasing profitability and taking preventive measures
 
3.00 Afternoon Break & Networking Session
3.30

CASE STUDY: Assessing Structured and Unstructured Data to Better Understand Systems and Business Transactions

  • Illustrating the way companies do business to keep track valuable data.
  • Outlining the models to be adopted in designing an integrated system, which allows users leverage data for all migration
  • Engaging emerging data integration strategies and technologies to generate information from explosive data growth

Speaker to be Advised, MarkLogic

 

CASE STUDY: Building Gov3.0 based on Big Data and Smart City : South Korea’s Latest Development

  • Defining Gov3.0 and looking at the critical differences between it and other forms of government innovations
  • Identifying ways to make use of the recent development of intelligent technologies like Big Data and Smart City for Gov3.0
  • Recognising what has been achieved and what have been the constraints of Gov 3.0

Jong-Sung Hwang

Dr.Jong-Sung Hwang
Vice President
ICT Policy Group
National Information
Society Agency (NIA)
South Korea

4.00

CASE STUDY: When Data Met Algorithms

  • Reasoning data asset as important but not sufficient
  • Exploring algorithms as the “real secret sauce”
  • Building the apprehension towards embracing algorithmic economy.

yap ghim eng

Dr. Yap Ghim Eng
Deputy Director and Lead Scientist
Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)
Singapore

Case Study: Tapping into Challenges in Governance towards Accelerating Smart Cities

  • Reviewing potential and suitable policies for carrying out business models
  • Refining potential sources for funding in initiating smart projects
  • Providing the flexibility in leveraging smart systems and strategies for the nation
4.30

Closing Remarks & End of Day 1

Agenda Day 2: 23rd March, 2016

Agenda Day 2: 23rd March, 2016

8.30 Registration and Morning Coffee
9.00 Registration and Morning Coffee
  Stream 1 (Big Data and IoT) Stream 2 (Smart Cities)
9.10

A Perspective on the Capacity and Performance of Big Data Today and Tomorrow

  • Enriching companies on the essence of volume, variety, velocity and veracity to provide continuous speed and foresight in business operations
  • Raising concerns about the real-world applications in yielding insights beyond numerical values
  • Realising on the change unstructured data could instil towards achieving the relevancy of Big Data

CASE STUDY: IoT as a Necessary Enabler of Secured Digital Collaboration in the Real World

This presentation involves the inclusion of IoT devices in a Smart office building environment, which is a facilities project for delivering a new office environment for up to 600 staff. The selected office space is located in the new King Abdullah Financial District in the city of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia that has LEED Silver certification as a minimum requirement for construction and energy efficiency.

This case study will highlight the need for using effective security zones or groups for IoT devices, with a controlled Firewall interface to Active Directory and a suitable defence against external IP attacks, standards based protocols to allow for seamless integration of functional elements and facilities Management focused with single SLA support during operations.

David 160113a1
David Smart
Programme Director
Facilities & Data Centre Developments
Saudi Arabia Monetary Agency (SAMA)
Saudi Arabia

9.45

CASE STUDY: IoT-Enabled Care Provisioning for Sustainable Ageing-in-Place: A Singapore Example

In 2014, 12.4% of the population in Singapore were above 65 years of age and this is projected to  increase to 19% by 2030. Among them, those living alone is likely to increase to 83,000 by 2030, up from 35,000 today. The ability to “age in place” –  living where you have lived for years with reasonable quality of life, is especially important for the latter group. While Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled ambient intelligence environments that allow caregivers to remotely monitor a loved one’s activities 24/7 are emerging, most of the above systems are technology-centric, operate in silos and do not tie in with end-to-end care provisioning. Moreover, the elderly community exhibit huge variations in their living patterns and behaviour and a one-size-fits-all system will probably not work for all.

This presentation explores SHINESeniors, an SMU-initiated effort to tackle the above issues through the integration of ambient intelligence with care provisioning, and the personalisation of such systems.

tan hwee pink

Dr. Tan Hwee Pink
Academic Director of
SMU-TCS iCity Lab

Singapore Management University (SMU)
Singapore

CASE STUDY: Bringing out the Possibilities of Smart Cities into Practice

  • Deploying wearable technologies and infrastructure in initiating Smart Cities
  • Implementing of real-time and intelligent Big Data systems in ensuring the urban areas agile and sustainable
  • Exploring current economic information to recognise the importance of Smart Cities in improving the quality of life
10.10

PANEL DISCUSSION: Tackling Potential Challenges of Data Privacy in Deploying Big Data and IoT

This session gathers industrial experts in diagnosing perpetual threats in the process of keeping valuable data and strengthening security. We will also identify how the confidentiality of data is established and preserved to overcome any violation, alongside enforcing real-time analytics as part of security monitoring purposes.

Ir. Dr. Daniel Ng
Ir. Dr. Daniel Ng
Head of Research
China Big Data and Smart City
Research Institute (Guangdong Centre) China

David 160113a1
David Smart
Programme Director
Facilities & Data Centre Developments
Saudi Arabia Monetary Agency (SAMA)
Saudi Arabia

The Complex Path to Energising Cities: How IoT Data Fosters Innovation for Smart and Sustainable Cities

IOT products and services are blooming, fuelled by better infrastructure provided by smart cities initiatives and an exploding market for connected devices. Creating more local, personal and real-time data doubled with smart grids promises, IOT-ready devices provide excellent opportunities for cities to achieve a better energy management and become more sustainable. But if this goal is to be achieved to its full potential, one needs to embrace a complex situation where all stakeholders (energy providers, distributors, clients, third parties, city government, citizens) have different agendas, sometimes with opposite interests.

In this case study, we explore the potential solutions and the new opportunities that lie at the crossroads of IOT, Big Data, smart grids and latest trends in data analysis towards smart, innovative and energy efficient cities. 

Fabien
Dr. Fabien Pfaënder
Head of Data Exploration & Visualisation

Sino-European School of
Technology of Shanghai China

10.40  

Smart Policing Technology: Heightening the Sense of Urgency towards Combatting Emerging Data Breaches and Fraud

  • Revamping technology systems, legislation and regulation to improve criminal syndicates and state-sponsored attacks in protecting public interest
  • Driving interest to encourage security innovation to achieve zero security breach
  • Creating initiatives to invest in security solutionsto mitigate risks and fight crime associated with digital business in regulated industries
11.00 Morning Refreshment & Networking Session
11.30

DHL Logistics Trends Radar: Big Data and IoT Use Cases

DHL, as the global leader in logistics, is committed to driving innovation in the industry, towards meeting rapidly evolving needs and creating greater value.
In this presentation, DHL will share on its approach towards research of these trends, and specifically deep-dive into three examples of Big Data and IoT use
cases in logistics.

tamanna dahiya

Tamanna Dahiya
Head of Innovation
Asia Pacific Solutions & Innovation Centre
DHL
Singapore

CASE STUDY: Discovering the Potential Innovations in Smart Grids for Sustainable Cities

  • Embarking on promising steps by using IoT in becoming more energy effective
  • Exploring strategies for businesses in competing towards a more viable city
  • Taking into consideration the mechanisms to adopt and initiate energy as part of practice for the professionals
12.00

PANEL DISCUSSION: Healthcare’s Future as a Focused Industry: The Global Disease Research and Prevention

This session gathers healthcare professionals in identifying influential factors towards the aggressive growth of patient data. There is an absolute need to discover regulatory and industry changes to improve the quality and efficiency of data through healthcare service personalisation, alongside valuating decision supports with Big Data Analytics and IoT to cultivate patient centricity.

christine

Christine A. Donnelly
VP
Nursing and Patient
Care Services
Makati Medical Centre
Philippines

Professor Pierce Chow Kah Hoe

Professor Pierce Chow Kah Hoe
Senior Consultant
Division of Surgical Oncology
National Cancer Centre
Singapore

norvan vogt
Norvan Vogt
CIO
Townsville Hospital and Health Service
Australia

PANEL DISCUSSION
Where is Asia in Today’s Smart City?

This panel defines the degree of public services with open data and for convergence in the cities across the region. The discussion will also call for strategies and measures to determine cities’ “smartness” in evaluating the excellence of services for the citizens. Meanwhile, spearheading the concept of citizen-centric to enhance the development of services by both public and private sectors for greater productivity should be taken into account for greater success.

12.45 Networking Lunch
2.00

CASE STUDY: Incorporating Cloud Computing into Enterprise Data Centres for Business Decision-Making

  • Recognising cloud computing as a transformational supporter to Big Data to accelerate scalable analytics solutions
  • Excerpting sophisticated methods cloud offers for advanced analytics and 
  • Big Data in mobilising data and driving business value
  • Examining benefits and deficiencies of the cloud towards assisting top management levels in making the best decision as compared to traditional hosting

Making Use of the Tsunami of Wi Fi Data across the City for Excellent Urban Planning

  • Prioritising information and communication technology from the Internet to increase satisfaction in societies and businesses
  • Identifying possibilities with sensor-driven data to improve operational efficiencies in waste and energy use
  • Collecting and constructing valuable insights and refining measures to drive developing cities to grow and succeed

 

2.30

Moving towards Customer-Centric: Fostering Big Data into a Strategic Digital Banking Environment

  • Leveraging sophisticated Internet banking and mobile data for vast customer transaction data
  • Collecting and analysing datasets with more personalised Big Data services to control risks efficiently
  • Shaping regulations and systems with reliable insight and proper supervision to increase lifetime value of customers

 

Galvanising the Use of Big Data and Cloud for the Aggressive Growth of a Smart Society

  • Supplying strong data stream to map and understand traffic patterns in congested cities
  • Enhancing efficiency and effectiveness of mobile revolution to accelerate connectivity among societies
  • Allowing digital platforms to be integrated and managed both at the organisational and individual consumer levels

Ir. Dr. Daniel Ng
Ir. Dr. Daniel Ng
Head of Research
China Big Data and Smart City
Research Institute (Guangdong Centre) China

3.00

CASE STUDY: Leveraging Data Analytics for New Market Trends and Change in Consumer Demand

  • Gathering and filtering data out of constraints and using them to employ confident decisions in customer needs
  • Taking into consideration potential data processing techniques to discover the current sentimental trends in customer
  • Realising the need to invest in analytical capabilities to maximise ROI

Abhishek1
Abhishek Vats
Regional Director
Business Intelligence
Zalora Group
Singapore

‘Smart Transport’: Creating Immense Possibilities with Big Data and IoT towards Uplifting Public Transportation Woes

  • Looking into the use of digitalised demographic  data to design potentials customised to users’ interests
  • Automating and streamlining processes to improve operations and enhance customer servicing
  • Tracking commuters’ movements on a gradual basis to manage public transport incidents

 


3.30
Afternoon Break & Networking Session
3.45

CASE STUDY: Realising the Full Potential of Digital Data for Performance and Profit

  • Mining data in customer intelligence with social analytics tools to employ faster and more accurate information about products and services
  • Analysing customer activities to improve company’s innovation, commercialisation and performance
  • Developing intensive training on data interpretation with social media analytics tools

CASE STUDY: Fostering the Interoperability of Data Management to Meet Technological Urban Transformation

  • Engaging innovation and new data tools to become more efficient and technologically savvy
  • Undertaking reliable initiatives and actions in transforming the cities and its community
  • Performing digital resources into urban planning to meet the city’s interest for a successful smart ecosystem
4.15

CASE STUDY: Unlocking the Power of Big Data in Empowering Customer Experience in Businesses

  • Establishing marketing initiatives with predictive analytics to realise customer demands and needs
  • Obtaining customers’ behavioural data with regression analysis to understand customer patterns
  • Dissecting the essence and drawbacks of social platforms towards engaging customer insight

Alex Zhang
Alex Zhang
Director
Customer Intelligence and Analytics
Prudential Asia
Hong Kong

CLOSING KEYNOTE: Venturing into the Digital World: The Making of Cities of the Future with Technology and Society

  • Putting together technology and innovation towards smarter living
  • Embracing key concepts to gaining greater opportunities and benefits for citizen and businesses
  • Utilising reliable data for the success in bridging market trends across the region
4.45 Closing Remarks and End of Day 2

 

 

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Cloudera

“Nice event with experienced speakers”

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CONTACT

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Tel: +603 2261 4226/4227

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