To watch any of the great sessions from the conference, please scroll through the event program below and click the links.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3
The Role of Data, Analytics, AI in Connected/Autonomous Goods Movement
As connected and autonomous goods movement becomes more prevalent, communication between smart infrastructure, vehicles and other foundations is key. March 3, featured discussions about emerging trends and issues that are critical to smart city adoption including 5G, automation, machine learning, IoT and cybersecurity.
Keynote: Automation & The Internet of Things – The Death of the Security Perimeter
Increasingly intelligent devices have begun to proliferate throughout the environment, both in public and private circles. Growing automation increased the risk profile of our interaction with these devices. Smart, independent devices place safety in the hands of isolated and independent devices and challenged the concept of the traditional security perimeter. This moves security validation away from the secure enterprise datacentre and infrastructure and onto the developer, maintainer and consumer.
Eric Matthews, Chief Technology Officer & Co-Chief Cyber Strategist, Parabellyx Cybersecurity
Presentation: Smart City Waste Management
Learn how the City of Vancouver and Inovex created a waste management system using data and telematics.
Mark Majewski, Senior Vice President, Inovex
Panel: Role of Cybersecurity & Smart Infrastructure
As cities become “smart” through the adoption of connected/autonomous vehicle technologies, AI, 5G and more. These advancements are intended to make the lives of residents better but will infrastructure systems be equipped to handle the role of data and security that “smart” cities will need? Hear from an esteemed panel of experts that are preparing for the future of cybersecurity in our cities of tomorrow.
Ali Hirji, AI Hub, Project Manager, Office of Research Services, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Durham College
Dr. Khalil El-Khatib, PhD, Professor, Networking & IT Security, Ontario Tech University
Danny Aniag, Professor & Program Lead, Cybersecurity Graduate Program, Durham College
Dr. Ikjot Saini PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Windsor; Cyber Security Committee Member, Automotive Parts Manufacturers' Association