URBIS SMART CITY FAIR
Date and place 05. - 06. 06. 2019,
Accompanying program
Wednesday 05.06.2019
09:10 - 09:30

Pavilion G1 / Main stage

Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe: Policy context for Smart Cities and Communities

Mark van Stiphout
European Commission, DG ENERGY

There are currently fourteen European Smart Cities and Communities Lighthouse projects, receiving funding within the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme. Together, the projects have 40 Lighthouse Cities where demonstration activities leading to energy transition in the cities are carried out and 53 Fellow cities learning from these processes. What is the experience after six years of implementation of these calls? How to get involved? What are the lessons learned and what is planned for the upcoming research and innovation framework programme - Horizon Europe? Mark van Stiphout from Directorate-General for Energy will give you the answers.

09:30 - 10:00

Pavilion G1 / Main stage

City as a dynamic and complex adaptive system – prioritizing energy and climate challenges

Wolf D. Prix
Co-founder, Design Director and CEO of COOP HIMMELB(L)AU

Urban development strategies based on prioritizing energy and climate challenges from Wolf D. Prix, design director and CEO of COOP HIMMELB(L)AU.

10:00 - 13:00

Pavilion G1 / Digital city stage

Digital tools for Smart Cities

Moderator: Martin Pípa

10.00 Hestego, Zdeněk Doležal, Smart bins for smart municipalities
10.15 Good Vision, Daniel Štofan, Advantages of automated collection of data and analysis from traffic cameras
10.30 Husquarna, Marek Šnyrych, Silent city with the company Husqvarna
10.45 Siemens, David Amienyo, City Air Management Tool – a tool for improving air quality in cities
11.00 Envitech, Mgr. Pavel Chaloupecký (společnost ENVItech Bohemia s.r.o.), Low cost air quality monitoring use in the Smart City concept
11.15 SafeTrees, Jan Forejt, Green Monitoring in the city, trees under control
11.30 WorldfromSpace, Mgr. Jan Labohý, Help is coming from the Space – satelite tools for smart cities
11.45 IQ Smart Solutions, Ondřej Durkáč, IMobiliář within Smart City
12.00 ČD Telematika, Jan Hlaváček
12.15 RCE systems, David Hermann
12.30 Verbgroup, Tereza Dubsky, How to avoid waste production
12.45 Omexon GA, Kamil Gross

10:15 - 10:45

Pavilion G1 / Main stage

Technology Assessment in the Context of the Energy Transition

Priv.-Doz. Mag. Dr. Michael Ornetzeder
Research Director, Institute of Technology Assessment, Austrian Academy of Sciences

The European Union aims to be a global leader in the transition towards a decarbonized economy. By the middle of this century, greenhouse gas emissions are to be reduced by 80-95 percent. This calls for a radical change in many areas of society and it is clear that the energy sector has a key role to play. In the long run the transition of the energy system will involve new technologies and infrastructures but also new institutions and social practices. Such a transition goes far beyond a shift in the fuel mix or the replacement of dominant technologies. In this presentation I will address the relevance of Technology Assessment (TA) in the context of the energy transition. I will argue that it is of vital importance to identify harmful side effects, possible risks and systemic inconsistencies from early on to inform decision-makers and consequently enhance the societal value of innovation in the energy system.

10:30 - 11:00

Pavilion G2 / Smart districts stage

Replication workshop "LEARNING FROM THE MOST INNOVATIVE" welcome and introduction on replication

Moderator: Eddy Adams

Speakers: Judith Borsboom (EIP-SCC), Brooke Flanagan (EUROCITIES), Mario Gualdi (ISINNOVA), Joanna Tobolewicz (City of Gdańsk)

Introduction to the replication workshop and panel discussion on ongoing replication process in Europe.

10:30 - 11:00

Pavilion G1 / Water stage

Smart Solutions for safe water supply – support of right decisions during planning and operating of water pipelines

Zdeněk Sviták
Business Area Manager, DHI

A mathematical model of water pipeline system enables an effective support to right decisions for operators and administrators with an aim to secure a safe supply of quality water to consumers. Typical solved tasks are targeted on connecting new customers, a danger of deteriorating of water quality during a certain handling in the water network, minimization of consequences, should the pipeline be contaminated, a way how to plan slack works. A support to leak locating is another important area. In the report, programmes DHI WATERNET Advisor and Leak Monitor will be introduced there. These programmes allow easy and effective use of modern technology for securing quality and effective water supply.

10:30 - 13:30

Pavilion G2 / City:One arena

Chytré investice

Domácí inovace obcí i firem lze podpořit nasazením digitálních služeb samospráv. O tom, jak nastavit celou koncepci, tj. role a architekturu, národní cíle a dotační programy přijdou prezentovat a diskutovat přední zástupci konceptu Smart City v ČR a dotčených agend, zástupci měst, aktivních občanů a studentů, ale i zástupci významných inovací ve veřejné správě. Výsledkem diskuze na URBIS bude poziční dokument s doporučeními pro strategii státu v oblasti Smart City i s ohledem na plánované aktivity ve V4 či programové období 2021–2027.

11:00 - 11:30

Pavilion G1 / Water stage

Czech Island House: Energy self-efficiency of water purifying and supplying on a local level: From a stand-by power supply to an own production of electricity

Pavel Podruh
CEO Český soběstačný dům

The share of production of all electrical power in the Czech Republic from coal reaches 48% in average. On one hand there is an effort for an eco-friendlier way of water treatment, but these efforts are often driven with a very polluted electricity. In this contribution a conception of a safe energy storage in a local water treatment plant in Arnoštov with a possibility of a future extension of a power production will be introduced. In the long run the project Czech Self-efficient House creates a platform of experts, who together design a more environmentally-friendly operation of buildings and infrastructure. Among others this project was awarded with the highest award by the European Commission for ecological innovations in energy and the Social Development Goals Award by the UN Centre in Prague and by the Czech Association of Social Responsibility.

11:00 - 12:45

Pavilion G2 / Energy policy stage

Science for Energy Policy: Quadruple Helix Eco-innovation – 1st Round of Paraller Panel Discussions

Panel I: Science Meets Renewables

Local and extra-local researchers present scope of their research, accounting for challenges and successes in renewable energy research and/or deployment, while also forecasting their future impacts.
Names of panelists:
1. Ing. Tomáš Kazda, Ph.D., Department of Electrical and Electronic Technology, Brno University of Technology,
Topic: Batteries of the future

2. Cina Foroutan-Nejad, PhD, SoMoPro fellow, CEITEC-MU Brno,
Topic: Sustainable computation in 2040 and beyond

3. Ing. Radek Fujdiak, PhD, Department of Telecommunications, Brno University of Technology,
Topic: Energy systems of smart cities and ICT security considerations

4. MSc. Johannes Kathan, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology,
Topic: Nation-wide projects on battery energy storage systems (Austria)

5. Mgr. Jakub Holovský, PhD, Associate Professor, Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Department of Electrotechnology,
Topic: Future high-efficiency tandem photovoltaic technologies

6. RNDr. Vladislav Martínek, research scientist, PV Forecast team leader, University Centre of Energy Efficient Buildings Czech Technical University in Prague, Topic: Precise Local Solar Irradiance Forecasting Using Sky Imager – A Hope for Stable Grid Integration of Photovoltaics

Panel II: Renewables Meet Policy

In line with the EU mitigation and adaptation goals that focus on improving energy efficiency and reducing GHG emissions, as well as improving air quality, which energy system is best suited to meet these goals? Panelists will introduce and share experiences from their cities and regions.
Names of panelists:

1. DI (FH) Volker Schaffler, MSc, MA, Austrian Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology
Topic: Mission-oriented development of national projects and research programmes.

2. Javier Gómez Prieto, PhD, Scientific Officer, Joint Research Centre, ISPRA
Topic: Smart specialisation with implications on energy - promotion and discovery of innovation at the sub-national level

3. Todor Galev, PhD, Center for the Study of Democracy (Technology & Innovation),
Topic: Governance barriers to energy transition in the EU: findings and conclusions from ENABLE.EU project

4. Ing. Jaroslav Klusák, PhD, Energy manager, City of Litoměřice; Sustainable Energy Board of the Office of the Government, and Chairman of Association of Local Energy Managers (Czech Republic).

5. Martin Mikeska, Press & Communications Manager, Czech Renewable Energy Chamb
Topic: Climate and renewable energy policies in Czechia

11:15 - 11:30

Pavilion G1 / Main stage

Challenge: SMART Czech Republic

Rut Bízková
Project Manager Smart City SMO ČR

What are the challenges for today in the development of Smart City in the Czech Republic? These question will be presented by Ms. Rut Bízková, project manager of Smart City SMO ČR – nationwide project for implementation of Smart City Solutions into everyday life of Czech Citizens.

11:30 - 11:50

Pavilion G1 / Main stage

Smart Urban Ecosystem

Pavel Vokač
OMS - Lighting

CTTK is an international Cross-Industries Alliance, focused on delivering cohesive Programing, Design and Management solutions for Cities, CTTK products branded as SUE: Smart Urban Ecosystems and PSP: Parametric Smart Planning SW.. are the key tools to deliver values for clients. Our road map “CITY- DISTRICT- HOUSING” defines 3 steps of maturity during city design development, all tackled as one stop shopping: CITY AND TERRITORY SOLUTIONS. Best choice for reprograming a city or to create a new extension of an existing one URBAN DISTRICT SOLUTIONS.
A tool to create and evaluate conceptual scenarios for new urban districts HOUSINGSOLUTIONS Our Industrialised approach for massive architectural modular design.

11:30 - 12:00

Pavilion G1 / Water stage

Circular economy in the water industry: the use of sewage sludge as a clean drive for city transport

Soňa Jonášová
CEO and founder INCIEN

In autumn 2018 the first bus driven by bioCNG made from sewage sludge went out to the streets of Brno. This pilot project was a success, it exceeded all expectations and has become a model for other Czech cities. It is drawn on by Prague which plans to make transport greener, and in addition to sludges also the use of bio-waste from households and industry is planned. The circular economy is based on the interconnection of energy, use of resources and synergy principles. You will get acquainted with this topic itself and also with concrete examples and their results from testing in practice.

11:30 - 12:30

Pavilion G2 / Smart districts stage

Replication workshop "LEARNING FROM THE MOST INNOVATIVE" - Round 1

The format of the workshop is designed to help you learn as much as possible about the most innovative city projects throughout Europe. You can choose from several round tables. Whether you are interested in topics of energy, transport or ICT, you will always find the project of your interest. Representatives of lighthouse projects will give you the necessary insight into the implementation process as well as into the technical details of their projects. If everything goes smoothly, the replication workshop may be your first step towards a possible successful replication in your city. Replication workshop is intended primarily for a city representatives, but if you are from innovative businesses or academia, you are welcome on board as well.

11:45 - 12:30

Pavilion G1 / Main stage

Legislative trends in the EU and their implementation in the Czech legal framework

Dr. Ondřej Beneš, MBA, LLM
EurEau General Assembly Representative (Czech Republic), Member of the Board

Sustainability of urban water management, innovation in wastewater treatment, sludge management and resource recovery, micropollutants. The key topic of the lecture will be the determination of KPIs for municipalities and the impact of digitization on water infrastructure management.

13:00 - 13:30

Pavilion G1 / Water stage

Water policy in EU and Czech

Helena Kostohryzová
The Permanent Representation in Brussels

A protection and a sustainable use of water resources have become one of the priorities not only in the region of Central Europe, but in whole Europe. There are currently discussed two legislative proposals in the field of water management: one is revising the Drinking Water Directive; the other is a new proposal for setting the minimal requirements for a reuse of waste water for irrigation. Water will also be spoken in the European context in the years to come, when we can expect new initiatives, which will be related to the assessment of meeting targets in the field of European water legislation. The contribution will summarize the current state of discussion of legislation and prospects for what we are up to in the next years.

13:15 - 14:30

Pavilion G1 / Digital city stage

The making of a smart city: what we learnt in the first years of the RUGGEDISED project and RUGGEDISED smart solutions showcase

Moderator: Ruud Schuthof (ICLEI)
Panelists: 1. Carina Aschan (City of Umeå, Sweden), 2. Katelien van den Berge (City of Rotterdam, Netherlands), 3. Jakub Rybář (City of Brno, Czech Republic)

First part of the session will be a panel discussion focused on governance aspects of planning a smart district, learning from the challenges faced by the cities in the RUGGEDISED project. The session will look at the initial steps of the creation of a smart district. The cities would share the stories of their initial vision and setting-up of the smart city project, talking about both successes and mistakes that they managed to overcome. Second part of the session will be focused specifically on the RUGGEDISED most advanced smart solutions as the examples of what smart projects is implemented in RUGGEDISED Lighthouse cities.

Confirmed Smart Solutions:
Rotterdam Digital Twin (3D model) by Roland van der Heijden (Municipality of Rotterdam)
Umeå University Demand Side Management by Lisa Redin (Umeå University)

13:30 - 14:00

Pavilion G1 / Water stage

All is being digitized – KOMUNAL 4.0 faces challenges in water management

Günter Müller-Czygan
HST Systemtechnik GmbH & Co. KG

Since 2013 the term Industry 4.0 for digital revolution has been used. This term involves a transition from easy devices to autonomous production units, i.e. to so called Smart Machines (CPS = Cyber Physical Systems). More and more these structures are being discussed also in the communal sphere, specifically in water management.
The subject of the subsidy project Komunal 4.0 is to create an analogy to Industry 4.0 with the focus on a definition of basic parameters of a digital platform for a design, production, control and funding of water infrastructure with the use of either present facilities or with the us of new technological items.
Pilot projects of real water management systems will be presented in order to illustrate theoretical modules.

13:30 - 14:00

Pavilion G1 / Main stage

How HyperloopTT is reshaping the future of mobility

Dr. Sabih Gatea Khisaf
COO společnosti Hyperloop Transportation Technologies

Innovative. Humanized. Sustainable. That’s the future of mobility. Imagine that mobility levitating in a near-vacuum tube traveling at the speed of sound. That future is actually happening now with a breakthrough technology called Hyperloop. The need for new and green modes of transport is greater than ever before, especially if it fixes global problems like traffic congestion, harmful emissions, dangerous accidents, and housing shortages. As the world’s first crowd-powered ecosystem and awarded as a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer, HyperloopTT is shaping the future of work and disrupting mobility. We’re 800 strong around the world. But we’re always looking for those who have the talent, passion and enthusiasm to help us reach our goal.

14:00 - 14:45

Pavilion G1 / Main stage

European Interoperability Context and JoinUp platform

Jean Paul DE BAETS
Projektový manager Join-Up (DG Informatics, ISA2)

The European Commission’s ISA² Programme supports the development of digital solutions that enable public administrations, businesses and citizens in Europe to benefit from interoperable cross-border and cross-sector public services. During his keynote speech, Programme Manager Jean-Paul De Baets will explain why interoperability is essential when building digital cities and the way ISA2 and its solutions can help municipalities in their digitalisation.

14:15 - 16:15

Pavilion G2 / Energy policy stage

Science for Energy Policy: Quadruple Helix Eco-Innovation

Panel III: Renewables Meet Business

Business representatives and researchers who work with industry present their perspectives, and discuss new business models that enable a digital and decentralized energy system, as well as ways in which such a system has transformed the energy markets.
Names of panelists:

1. Javier Gómez Prieto, PhD, Scientific Officer, Joint Research Centre, ISPRA , Topic: JRC flagship report “Cities with focus on innovation”

2. Arch. Dipl.- Ing. Ernst Rainer, MSc, Head of URBA Research, Graz University of Technology, Topic: The Challenges of Smart Urban Districts in the Focus of Sustainable Urban Development

3. MSc. Johannes Kathan , AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Topic: Battery energy storage: From ideas to implementation (Coordinating research projects in the field of electrical storage systems integration into the power system)

4. Dipl.-Ing. Robert Hinterberger, Managing Director, New Energy Capital Invest GmbH
Topic: New business models and funding schemes for the realization of innovative energy and urban development projects: Informing the broader scope of stakeholders (incl. utilities, infrastructure operators, project developers) and public authorities (municipalities, national ministries)

5. Petr Chládek, Director, South Moravian Innovation Centre (JIC)
Topic: Innovation potential of South Moravia and the energy challenge

6. DI Ghazal Etminan, DM.Sc., Business Developer, Research Engineer Business Unit of Sustainable Cities and Regions, AIT
Topic: Low carbon action planning as a trans-disciplinary stakeholder process

14.30–16.15 Panel IV: Renewables Meet End-users

As decentralized energy solutions bring more control and incentives over individual behavior, the panelists will outline the challenges (social acceptance) and the benefits of renewables for a broader society. Empowering end-users to produce energy, while making them a key stakeholder and a participant in the energy system (prosumer), may appeal to some, but not others. How can the system work best for everyone?

Names of panelists:

1. Priv.-Doz. Mag. Dr. Michael Ornetzeder, Institute of Technology Assessment, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Topic: Transition of the energy system towards greater sustainability, and innovation-oriented forms of technology assessment.

2. DI Christoph Gollner, Positive Energy Districts and Neighbourhoods for Sustainable Urban Development, European and International Programmes (EIP), Topic: Programme on Positive Energy Districts as a joint initiative of several European countries to support cities in the energy transition

3. Mgr. Oldřich Sklenář, Product & Project Manager, MOOG Brno
Topic: Czech Republic and Renewables

4. Hans-Martin Neumann, Urban planner (Berlin Chamber of Architects) Deputy Coordinator, EERA Joint Program Smart Cities, AIT
Topic: Smart cities and communities: Developing innovation partnerships

14:30 - 15:00

Pavilion G1 / Water stage

Smart Solutions arise with a smart planning – a complex perspective about solutions for drainage of cities

Milan Suchánek
Business Area Manager, DHI

The right and far-sighted planning can prevent many potential problems (not only in water management), which are related to development of cities. Regarding drainage the most important information is the one on the water in cities, which comes into the urban planning so that water is beneficial for a city and not a threat. The contribution shows a project and presents water management outputs of city drainage projects in high-risk areas of potential flooding during torrential rains or areas of economically limiting conditions for a construction of new buildings, which are possible to set up for this purpose and their use.

14:45 - 15:15

Pavilion G1 / Digital city stage

Brno ID as a Central European Smart City Champion

Jan Žák, Jaroslav Kacer
Project Manager Brno iD, Chairman of Brno Commission for Smart and Open City

The project Brno ID – e-shop of city services – gradually integrates an access to all services of local administration under one roof. Some services are accessible on-line just after creating an account. All services are accessible for those who have their personal data verified and gain a “full” account. Then users may share their data and possible discount coupons against companies involved in this project. From the city and their organizational units’ point of view it is an advantage to share a common large array of users (currently it is about ¼ of all citizens of the city). The whole solution is being developed made to measure for the city and owned by the administration.

15:00 - 16:00

Pavilion G1 / Main stage

Panel discussion: Building Smart Districts by Lighthouse cities leaders and Replication workshop findings

Mario Gualdi (ISINNOVA)
Panelists: Albert Engels, Carina Aschan, Gavin Slater, Katelien van den Berge, Loriana Paolucci (project RUGGEDISED), Sonja Stöffler (project Triangulum), Veronika Cerna (project SMARTER TOGETHER, tbc)

Panel discussion focused on RUGGEDISED city leaders‘ experiences with processes of building a smart city districts. What are the barriers of implementation? What distinguishes successful projects from less successful? How to learn from these projects and how to ensure a viable replication and upscaling process? Simultaneously, conclusions and the most important findings from the replication workshop "LEARNING FROM THE MOST INNOVATIVE" will be discussed.

15:15 - 15:45

Pavilion G1 / Digital city stage

Brno Urban Grid as an example of City and Business Cooperation

Ondřej Mulíček, Jan Zvara
CEO Altimapo, Brno City Municipality - Head of Data Department

Brno Urban Grid (BUG) is an application that will enable simple visualization and analysis of several types of spatial data within the scope of the Brno Metropolitan Area. It is an uncomplicated and open tool for quick and clear analysis of the spatial situation. The application uses a grid square of a size of a 250×250 cell, that is located above the metropolitan area map (OpenStreetMap). The information can be calculated into squared cells about different spatial phenomena, such as the number of inhabitants, the area of the built-up areas or the area of retail outlets. The key features of the application are openness, user-friendliness and interpretive clarity.

16:00 - 16:30

Pavilion G1 / Main stage

Smart City Guidance Package (EIP-SCC)

Judith Borsboom-van Beurden

The Smart City Guidance Package aims at providing public authorities of cities and communities, as well as non-governmental actors, with the necessary support for planning and managing smart city projects. The presentation will present the handbook and describe its usefulness for municipalities.

17:00 - 18:00

Pavilion G1 / Main stage

Panel discussion: Connecting project ideas with strategic vision

Moderator: Ing. Jana Zifčiaková, MSc., M.A.

Panelists:
Mag. Nora Hampl, PhD cand.
Javier Gomez, PhD
Priv.-Doz. Mag. Dr. Michael Ornetzeder
DI (FH) Volker Schaffler, MSc, MA
MSc. Johannes Kathan
DI Christoph Gollner
Mag. Oldřich Sklenář
Jaroslav Klusák, PhD

The panell discussion will provide a summary of the most important points raised during the whole day of the conference Science for Energy Policy: Quadruple Helix Eco-innovation, and emphasise the links (if any) between the regional eco-innovation approaches and (i) potential regional application, and (ii) potential extra-local application. An effort will be made to outline specific frameworks for action, and specify (to an extent possible), how would the city/region benefit by taking such an action.

Thursday 06.06.2019
10:00 - 11:30

Pavilion G2 / City:One arena

Social entrepreneurship

Vít Skála
Moderator

Local economy support and integration of vulnerable citizens into common life using social enterprises. How to build up an ecosystem of services provided by local social enterprises, how the actual social economy environment is running in Czech Republic, how to build up relations with social enterprises and the public administration? Good practice examples (Co working centre in Humpolec) will be presented by Iveta Vrbová (Háta), Jakob Hurrle (Prague 7 councillor), Milan Venclik, (KSP), Karel Rychtář (TESSEA, SČMD), Jana Smetanová (CIRI), Lenka Štraubová (senior), Markéta Dubnová (VŠPJ).

10:00 - 12:00

Pavilion G1 / Main stage

Sharing among V4+ ministries

Moderator: David Bárta

The ministries of V4 and Slovenia responsible for Smart City agenda are to speak about mutual cooperation, single CEE market support and standard Innovative Public Services (IPS). Based on the Joint statement on innovation cooperation, signed on 5th March 2019 in Bratislava, they will talk about first steps to common Catalogue of IPS.

František Kubeš, Czech ministry of regional development
Piotr Siewierski, Head of Urban Policy Unit of Department for Development Strategy, Polish Ministry of Investment and Development
Maciej Kawecki, Director of the Data Management Department, Polish ministry of digitization
Miriam Letašiová, generalna riaditelka sekcie podnikatelskeho prostredia a inovacii Ministerstvo hospodarstva SR
Samu Semerey, Lechner Consulting, Hungary

10:30 - 11:00

Pavilion G1 / Water stage

Risk analysis and digitization in water management

Mgr. jiří Paul, MBA
CzWA - Member of the Board CEO VAK Beroun

A risk analysis is not only a new legislative obligation, but also a completely new approach to operating water supply, in particular by ensuring a safe and continuous production and distribution of drinking water. Similarly, digitization is a quite new topic in water management, and is far from the extent found in other industrial branches. What do they have in common? Is it possible to interconnect and take advantage of them? How to bring new technologies to an environment, where it is very difficult to quantify an economic return?

11:00 - 11:30

Pavilion G1 / Digital city stage

Open data from the national level’s focus in practise

Jakub Malina
Open data administrator, Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic

Which activities takes the Ministry of the Interior in the field of open data? What new has happened and what is going to happen? And what is the real state of open data in the Czech Republic? And how can you get involved in opening of data? These and other questions will be answered in the lecture on the state of open data in the Czech Republic.

11:00 - 11:30

Pavilion G1 / Water stage

What to do, so that smart cities didn’t have dull solutions for water

Ing. Jiří Vítek
CEO JV PROJEKT VH

An adaptation on climate change of cities is based particularly on considerate and economical approach to water, which is represented by flood protection and drought protection through a blue-green infrastructure (BGI). BGI is a set of system measures and approaches with a measurable effectiveness. An adaptation plan for a climate change through BGI is a conceptual manual for cities on how to assign, approve, build, enforce, take, operate, measure and asses these measures and approaches. That is why it is irreplaceable and essential for cities at present. .

11:30 - 12:00

Pavilion G1 / Water stage

Action plan for rainwater harvesting and management in urbanized areas

doc. David Stránský
Chair at CzWA

The processing of the Action plan for rainwater harvesting and management is built on requirements of the National Action Plan for Climate Change Adaptation (2017), which is an implementation document of the Strategy for Adapting to Climate Change of the Czech Republic (2015). The main goal of the Action plan for rainwater harvesting and management in urbanized areas is to create a framework, which will enable to improve state of waters in urbanized areas with the purpose of their adaptation to climate change and improving quality of life in them. The main solution principle is a multidisciplinary approach with the purpose to interconnect rainwater harvesting and management with territorial planning, landscape planning, transport planning etc., so that a sustainable water management became part of a city development.

11:45 - 12:00

Pavilion G2 / Energy policy stage

Measuring heat consumption in practice

Ivo Müller
Head of Energy dept., DEA Energetická agentura, s.r.o.

Ing. Ivo Müller has been active in the field of energy for more than 20 years with the main focus on addressing an operation of energy systems, measuring and regulation, measuring and development of SMART systems. From the SMART point of view, it is the key discipline to state measuring and assessing correctly. The lecture will be focused on measuring, especially on heat consumption measuring, drawbacks and risks connected to measuring and assessment, practical examples (positive and negative).

11:45 - 13:30

Pavilion G2 / Smart governance stage

Digital Czechia and Smart City – new parts

Pavel Nácovský
Host

Smart City needs a control by the State, because it is necessary to set up national goals and opportunities for subsidies correctly. These opportunities and activities by stakeholders will be discussed by representatives of: Digital Czechia, ICT Unie, SMS, MAS and more. Other topics are examples of an application of Digital Technical Map, Reference Architecture for Smart City (RASC) and lawfulness in Smart City.
Presentation: Martin Tax, Main architect of Digital Czechia: Reference architecture and resortism, the coordination role of a government commissioner in regional public services.
Discussion of presenters, Jiří Krist (NSMAS) and Vít Skála (MAS Humpolecko).

12:00 - 13:30

Pavilion G2 / City:One arena

Healthy living and safe urbanism

Jan Fibiger
Moderator

Smart living should not be healthy. The discussion is on modern buildings and their impacts on people´s health and on energy efficiency and the guests are Tomáš Vanický (CPD), Ondřej Bízek (builder and architect), Tomáš Vácha (UCEEB), Lenka Udrianová (Liga vozíčkářů).

12:30 - 12:45

Pavilion G2 / Energy policy stage

CitiSys – intelligent lighting contro

Alexander Gaevski
Chairman of the board, ELKOV elektro a.s.

He worked as a Country manager for GE Lighting for the Czech Republic for more than 3 years. He is the founder and director of Elkov Lighting division, which is in charge of implementation of smart solutions in the field of lighting. The company Elkov Elektro is a strategic partner to the intelligent lighting control CitySys, which was awarded by the Ministry of Industry and Trade as one of the best Smart City solutions in the Czech Republic and Slovak Republic. The company is a member of the Chamber of Commerce of the Czech Republic and also a member of Czech Smart City Cluster.

13:00 - 15:00

Pavilion G1 / Water stage

Seminars

Circular economy as a challenge for everyone – municipalities, waste management companies and companies in the recycle industry
– RNDr. Miloš Kužvart, ČAObH

The use of solid alternative fuels in multi-fuel boilers, Veolia Vedlejší produkty ČR, s.r.o.
– Ing. Rostislav Čáp

Circular economy in practice, SUEZ Využití zdrojů, a.s.
– Dipl. Ing. Zdeněk Horsák

Pražské služby, a.s. – introduction of the company, Pražské služby, a.s.
– Ing. Jan Svátek

Energy centre of recyclation Rapotín, EF-Group, a.s.
– Tomáš Voltr

Wrecks and municipalities, Metalšrot Tlumačov a.s.
– Ing. Ivan Vávra

Final discussion for about 30 minutes.

13:00 - 16:00

Pavilion G2 / Energy policy stage

Joint Research Center of European Commision (JRC EC) Info Session

We cordially invite you to attend the JRC Information Session which aims to inform the Czech research and scientific community as well as administration about the scientific support the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission is providing to the EU and its Member States. It will focus on recent activities and possibilities for collaboration at institutional and individual level including training and work opportunities for local researchers. Target audience are researchers, administrators as well as policy makers.

13.30–14.15 Introduction to the JRC
14.15–14.45 Questions and Answers
14.45–15.00 Coffee Break
15.00–15.30 Opportunities for Czech researchers – temporary jobs, trainings, internships, unpaid visits
15.30–16.00 Questions and Answers

13:30 - 13:45

Pavilion G1 / Main stage

Smart City Vienna

Dominic Weiss
TINA Vienna

The Viennese smart city approach is based on sparing resource use in order to massively reduce CO2 emissions. At the same time, Smart City Wien means to uphold and further increase Vienna’s high quality of life and social participation. Ultimately, Smart City Wien stands for change based on innovation, active organisation and, where necessary, the development of new forms of public and private service delivery. The present Smart City Wien framework strategy is directed at all target groups of the city: Vienna’s citizens, enterprises, non-profit institutions and, last but not least, the public sector itself. Vienna positions itself as a responsible and impulse-generating metropolis in Europe and in the world at large.

14:00 - 15:30

Pavilion G2 / City:One arena

Digital skills

Moderator: Eliška Hájková

Digital skills and places where to get them. Discussion is on new forms of education but also on new roles of libraries as places for local community support and education centres. In the pnale the following guests are to talk: Eliška Bartošová (MUNI), Tomáš Vácha (UCEEB), Miroslav Hřebecký (EduIn) and Antonín Vacek (MiseHero).

14:00 - 15:30

Pavilion G2 / Smart governance stage

Practice of developing of Smart City strategies

Miroslav Šafařík

To develop a strategy and to have a strategy developed are two different matters. The positives and dangers of developing smart city strategies will be discussed by:
Michal Bačovský, expert sponsor of the Smart City conception, Žďár nad Sázavou,
Kateřina Vosičková, power engineer, and Václav Lužný, Head of Development and Investment Dept. of Prostějov,
Roman Mráz, chairman of the Smart City Commission of Příbram.

14:30 - 14:45

Pavilion G1 / Main stage

Kolín, Czech Republic

Michael Kašpar
Deputy Mayor

Kolín is famous for its school keylog serving as an identity means for secondary school students to overcome administrative barriers, e.g. when travelling in public transport. The experience with parents and schools acceptation are precious.

14:30 - 14:50

Pavilion G1 / Digital city stage

How to build SmartCity? There are also other ways…

Ján Masaryk
OMS lighting

The presentation will be concepted as practical manuals and explanations on how to develop an information-communication system for Smart City, so that it was beneficial for a city or a region in the long run. In the beginning, we will introduce available technology, its benefits and application. We will also focus on its negatives and limits, so that we didn’t swallow the bait. Further we will think about a long-term sustainable system architecture for Smart City, we will talk about what the architecture of such a system must meet and why it is important for a city and all participants of the Smart City implementation. Finally, we will introduce a new approach to the development of an ecosystem – a solution for Smart City and will offer an open platform for building Smart city on an open source code for everyone.

16:00 - 16:45

Pavilion G1 / Digital city stage

Panel discussion: Application of data platforms in cities

Host: Lenka Kovačová

1. Benedikt Kotmel (Praha)
2. Jan Zvara (Brno)
3. Michal Bočvarov (Dopravní podnik Ostrava)
4. Pavel Rous (Kladno)
5. Petr Kvaš (Pardubice)
6. Marek Ščerba (VŠB)
7. Michal Jakob (ČVUT)

What is such a data platform at all? Does it have any minimal requirements, any standard? What kind of need can cities solved with a help o data platform? What do actually our cities need to measure and what will it be good for?