Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerate 2021

September 28-29 | San Diego 

Mark your calendar for the Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerate 2021 event

Join us along with industry experts and your peers to gain informative insights into the rapidly evolving global landscape of smart cities and connected spaces. You’ll get the latest updates on technology trends driving digital transformation and smart cities initiatives, and hear first-hand about innovative applications through a hand-picked line-up of speakers.

Become better connected across the ecosystem.

Meet and learn about Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerator companies that are driving global digital transformation across smart verticals.

Experience an exciting IoT-as-a-Service showcase of end-to-end solutions leveraging innovative technologies like 5G and AI/Machine Learning – and how they’re helping cities and enterprises around the world build robust economies and enhance citizens’ lives.

Plus, join and take advantage of key matchmaking and networking opportunities.

Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerate 2021 Agenda

Day 1
 
Start times
Agenda
9:00 a.m. – 9:05 a.m.                                                                    

Welcome and Opening Remarks

Sanjeet Pandit, Sr. Director, Business Development and Global Head of Smart Cities, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

9:05 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.

 

Keynote Panel: Digital Transformation Fueling Today’s Modern Cities, Spaces & Experiences

Speakers:
Cristiano Amon, President and CEO, Qualcomm Incorporated
Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Co-Founder, Partner, JLC Infrastructure
James Reynolds, Co-Founder, Partner, JLC Infrastructure

The pandemic has brought digital transformation to center stage, where technology is disrupting industries and driving a wave of innovation. It has emphasized now more than ever, that technologies such as 5G connectivity and advanced computing are needed to help close the digital divide and increase equity. Whether it’s to support cities, education, healthcare, or transportation, technology is crucial to the future of modern cities, spaces and experiences.  

Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Jim Reynolds and Cristiano Amon, will take the stage to discuss how digital transformation is reimaging how cities provide resources for communities and why Qualcomm and JLC have chosen to collaborate to drive transformational initiatives in global cities. 

9:30 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.

Mayoral Panel: Evolving Smart Cities and Connecting Everyone

Moderator: 
George Burciaga, CEO and Managing Partner at IGNITE CITIES

Panelists:
Mayor Tishaura Jones, City of St. Louis
Mayor Sam Liccardo, City of San Jose
Mayor Francis X. Suarez, City of Miami

Cities have accelerated the use of technology to rethink how we work, learn and live. Given the unique challenges faced by COVID-19, resulting growth and demands within cities require us to inspire innovation. Mayors around the U.S. are stepping up to develop new funding models, partnerships, and 21st century solutions that include everyone – understanding that broadband and 5G will be the connection across people, devices, and services for every city. Join this timely discussion with key mayors and city leaders to learn about their vision for a smart city, the technologies needed most post COVID, closing the digital divide, and working together with companies like Qualcomm Technologies for successful planning and execution.

10:15 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Panel Discussion: Deployment of citywide 5G network

Moderator: 
Heeseon Lim, Director, Sales and Strategic Accounts, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

Panelists:
Shriraj Gaglani, GM, Azure for Operators, Microsoft
Gerardo Giaretta, Sr. Director, Product Management, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
Chris Murphy, CTO, Black & Veatch
Gabriele Di Piazza, Sr. Director of Outbound Product Management, Google Cloud

5G networks are here to support a variety of services in diverse deployment scenarios, serving as a platform for future innovation. The importance of private networks grows as demands grow for optimized, secure, dedicated networks to meet the specific needs of municipalities and enterprise companies. 5G private networks are well positioned to provide better user experiences tailored to specific use cases with full control of how the data is treated. One of the key successes of 5G private networks lies in the integration of the many complicated components for a single and seamless experience for end customers. Please join us in a roundtable with industry leaders as we discuss what it takes to build a successful 5G private network and how to transform the way private networks are built and managed.

11:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.

Transforming Industries with 5G Private Networks

Durga Malladi, SVP & GM, 5G, Mobile Broadband and Infrastructure, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

5G networks are poised to deliver an unprecedented amount of data from a wider set of use cases than we have ever seen. To meet this accelerated demand, and for 5G to reach its full potential, 5G networks must continue to evolve. Private networks are a key part of this evolution that is designed to connect cities, municipalities, government agencies, and enterprises with an ecosystem of providers to help deliver greater efficiencies, cost savings, data security, and sustainability. Join this session to learn how Qualcomm Technologies’ 5G expertise and global leadership uniquely positions the company to accelerate the deployment of high-performance virtualized and modular 5G networks, which will help accelerate the transformation of city infrastructure and services.

11:45 a.m. – 12:05 p.m.

5G Network Solutions with Distributed Micro-Cloud Computing
for Smart Vertical Markets

Allen Salmasi, Chairman and CEO, Veea Inc.

The large-scale shift in physical access to the wide area network by Smart Spaces, Smart Things and Smart Workers is now further facilitated by the core network architecture of 5G delivering a “converged fixed and mobile network”. The virtualized network functions, separating the data, control, and management planes, further enable a new type of distributed network architecture supporting dedicated logical network slices as well as private 5G networks, which along with smart edge computing hubs and cloud services provide for the next generation of highly integrated wired and wireless networking, computing and security solutions that can deliver a wide range of exciting new services and managed applications to enterprises and consumers alike including smart buildings, campuses and homes, smart retail, smart kiosks and smart farming that will be presented including some live demonstrations.

12:05 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Panel Discussion: Building the Future Smart City
Join us for an interactive discussion on a ‘blueprint’ into what it takes to build a smart city of the future. Hear and learn firsthand from city CIOs and Deputy Mayors and their experiences with the evolution of smart cities. You’ll also gain valuable insight into opportunities to address key challenges faced by urban areas, such as digital equity, improving transportation systems, and leveraging available data to create safer neighborhoods and streets.

Moderator:
Sanjeet Pandit, Sr. Director of Business Development and Global Head of Smart Cities, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

Speakers:  
Jeanne Holm, Deputy Mayor, City of Los Angeles
Jordan Sun, Chief Innovation Officer, City of San Jose
George Burciaga, CEO and Managing Partner at IGNITE CITIES

1:30 p.m. – 1:35 p.m.

Digital Transformation and Qualcomm® IoT-as-a-Service

Jeff Lorbeck, SVP & GM, Connected Smart Systems, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. 

1:35 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Qualcomm® IoT Services Suite: IoTaaS 2.0 and XaaS Live Demonstration

Ashok Tipirneni, Director of Product Management Qualcomm Technologies, Inc

The Qualcomm® IOT Services Suite is enabling the deployment of intelligent end-to-end solutions across vital sectors making smart cities a reality. Join us for a first-hand, live showcase of the Qualcomm Smart Campus from inside our Command and Control Center, including new easy-to-implement-and-deploy features of our IoTaaS 2.0 platform including demonstrations from these areas:

  • Smart Construction
  • Asset Management
  • Drone Inspection
  • Smart Lidar Platform
2:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Collaboration for Increased Innovation

Michelle James, VP of Strategic Programs at CTIA

Join Michelle James, VP of Strategic Programs at CTIA, as she shares how the wireless industry is collaborating to help educate community leaders on preparing for the next wave of connected infrastructure. Innovation is already taking shape through deployments in municipalities today, and we’ve gathered their stories and plans for continuing their smart cities journey. Learn best practices and trends, and hear about the use cases that are helping to make our communities smarter, safer, and more connected.

3:00 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.

Panel Discussion: How to accelerate smart 5G digital transformation with cloud and AI

Moderator:
Tejas Krishnamohan, Vice President, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

Panelists:
Andrew Coward, GM, Software Defined Networking, IBM
Jean-Francois (JF) Gagné, Head of AI Strategy and Product Management, ServiceNow
Shailesh Shukla, VP and GM, Networking and Telecom, Google Cloud
Jeffery Torrance, SVP, Product Management, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. 
Tony Shakib, Partner/GM, Microsoft Azure IoT

The world is experiencing the fastest technology advances, and the digital transformation is happening everywhere from enterprise and municipals to individual lives. Digital transformation means changes in the way how business operates in every aspect to enhance the end customers' experience in a cost effective way. The new era of the connected intelligent edge, which consists of processing being appropriately distributed across the device, edge cloud, and central over 5G, can help making the digital transformation a smart one. Distributed AI processing provides flexible and on-demand management of the infrastructure and data, enabling innovative solutions that use flexible infrastructure as a vehicle. Please join us and find out how the cloud, AI, and 5G can provide the operational efficiency and accelerate the adoption of new services for the smart digital era.

4:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m.

Smart Cities Ecosystem Showcase @ Qualcomm Pacific Center Campus Courtyard

 

 

 

Day 2
 
Start times
Agenda
9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Partner Sessions

11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Business Matchmaking

8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Smart Cities Ecosystem Showcase

Speakers

Keynote Panel: Digital Transformation Fueling Today’s Modern Cities, Spaces & Experiences

Cristiano Amon

President and CEO, Qualcomm Incorporated

Cristiano Amon is president and chief executive officer of Qualcomm Incorporated, and also serves on the Company’s board of directors. Amon assumed the role of CEO on June 30, 2021.

Amon began his Qualcomm career in 1995 as an engineer, and during his tenure, has helped shape the strategic direction for the Company in several leadership roles. Prior to becoming CEO, Amon served as president of Qualcomm. In that role, he steered development of a leading and differentiated product roadmap, spearheaded Qualcomm’s 5G strategy – as well as its acceleration and global roll out – and drove the expansion and diversification of the business to serve multiple industries. Additionally, he has overseen the successful execution of M&A to augment Qualcomm’s capabilities and accelerate growth in key areas, including RF Front End, Connectivity and Networking.

Previously, Amon led Qualcomm’s semiconductor business as president of QCT. He also held several technical and business leadership positions, which included having overall responsibility for Snapdragon® platforms.

Prior to Qualcomm, Amon served as chief technical officer for Vésper, a wireless operator in Brazil, and held leadership positions at NEC, Ericsson and Velocom.

Amon holds a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering and an honorary doctorate from UNICAMP – Universidade Estadual de Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil. He is the Co-Chair of the Council for IoT at the World Economic Forum's Center for 4th Industrial Revolution.

Earvin “Magic” Johnson

Co-Founder, Partner, JLC Infrastructure

Having left the basketball court for the boardroom, Earvin “Magic” Johnson has successfully parlayed his skills and tenacity from the court into the business world as Chairman and CEO of Magic Johnson Enterprises (MJE). MJE provides high-quality products and services that focus primarily on ethnically diverse and underserved urban communities.

Still a commanding presence in popular culture, Johnson made history in 2012 when he became co-owner of MLB’s Los Angeles Dodgers. He also co-owns the Los Angeles Sparks of the WNBA, Major League Soccer’s Los Angeles Football Club, and eSports franchise Team Liquid. He continues to expand his influence through his many businesses that include: EquiTrust Life Insurance Company, and SodexoMAGIC, a food service and facilities management company.

The Lansing native is constantly evolving and remaining relevant in a dynamic digital age by broadening his scope into infrastructure and technology. Through a newly formed fund, Johnson is investing millions of dollars on infrastructure improvement in the United States. He is also one of the leading investors in a number of minority-owned technology companies that include Uncharted Power, an award-winning power and data infrastructure technology company; Jopwell, a diversity and hiring recruiting platform; and ShotTracker, a company that makes wearable technology for basketball players that helps track player and ball movement. He is deliberate in his investment strategy to bring positive impact to the community.

James Reynolds

Co-Founder, Partner, JLC Infrastructure

James Reynolds, Jr. is a Managing Partner of JLC Infrastructure (JLC), an investment management company with a focus on making equity investments in the transportation, energy & utilities, communications and social infrastructure sectors in North America.
JLC was formed in 2015 as an alliance between Loop Capital, where Mr. Reynolds is Chairman and CEO, and Magic Johnson Enterprises. A 30-year veteran of the financial services industry, Mr. Reynolds held senior-level positions at several global Wall Street firms prior to founding Loop Capital in 1997. Mr. Reynolds has grown Loop Capital from a municipal bond firm into a diversified investment bank serving clients in the areas of corporate finance, global equity trading, taxable fixed income trading, tax-exempt fixed income trading, mergers and acquisitions, public finance, infrastructure investment and financial consulting. As chairman and CEO, Mr. Reynolds spearheaded the accelerated growth and diversification of the firm, which is now one of the largest privately-held investment banks in the U.S.

An advocate of giving back to the community, Mr. Reynolds currently serves on several Boards and holds a Masters of Management in Finance from Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse. He received his chartered financial analyst designation in 1991 and holds series 7, 24, 53 and 63 licenses.

Mayoral Roundtable: Evolving Smart Cities and Connecting Everyone

George Burciaga

Moderator:
CEO and Managing Partner at IGNITE CITIES

Mayor Tishaura Jones

City of St. Louis

Mayor Sam Liccardo

City of San Jose

Mayor Francis X. Suarez

City of Miami

Panel Discussion: Deployment of citywide 5G network

Heeseon Lim

Moderator:
Director, Sales and Strategic Accounts, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

Heeseon Lim is a sales and business development director at Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. where she focuses on 5G and infrastructure for strategic accounts. Heeseon is a technology visionary in mobile communications industry, focused on end-to-end solutions and strategic planning. Before joining Qualcomm, Heeseon successfully led key projects in global tier-1 carriers and Silicon Valley companies. She had found a company that pioneered the virtualized mobile infrastructure, which became a framework of ETSI NFV and 5G disaggregated architecture, and led the company to a successful exit. Heeseon received Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Electrical Engineering from Seoul National University and has been granted 18 patents

Shriraj Gaglani

Panelist
GM, Azure for Operators, Microsoft

Shriraj leads the Private MEC and Carrier Voice Core product portfolios in Microsoft’s Azure for Operators group. Previously, he led Product Management, Marketing and Business Development at Metaswitch. Before Metaswitch, Shriraj was head of Global Business Development at Broadcom Corporation, where he created and led the team responsible for driving end user demand & partnerships with the world’s largest service providers, cloud operators, and software companies. As a product and strategic marketing leader, Shriraj incubated and launched several new product lines during his tenures at Metaswitch, Broadcom, Intel and Maxim Integrated. Shriraj holds a BS in EECS from UC Berkeley.

Gerardo Giaretta

Panelist
Sr. Director, Product Management, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

Gerardo Giaretta is currently a senior director of product management at Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. where he is responsible of the 5G RAN Infrastructure Business and Product Management.

Gerardo joined Qualcomm in 2007 and has since covered different roles in research, system design, standardization and product management. Before joining Qualcomm Gerardo was part of the standardization team for Telecom Italia.

Gerardo received Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of a Padova and has been granted more than 60 patents.

Chris Murphy

Panelist
CTO, Black and Veatch

Christopher Murphy is currently the Chief Technology Officer at Black & Veatch. He has worked across a myriad of industries, including Telecom, Healthcare and Consumer Packaged Goods. His previous roles have included software engineering, sales engineering, software partner engineering, and customer support. Additional roles were focused on security and risk management, including consulting, software and systems architecture, and solutions architecture.

Gabriele Di Piazza

Panelist
Sr. Director, Product Management, Telecom, Google Cloud

At Google, Gabriele is tasked to drive strategy and adoption for a portfolio of Telecommunications products, focused at planning, transforming, modernizing, assuring and securing Telco Networks and deploying and monetizing 5G Edge services & applications across multiple vertical industries. Gabriele brings more than 20 years of enterprise and communication service provider (CSP) technology expertise in product management, marketing and business development to Google Cloud.

Transforming Industries with 5G Private Network

Durga Malladi

SVP & GM, 5G, Mobile Broadband and Infrastructure, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

5G networks are poised to deliver an unprecedented amount of data from a wider set of use cases than we have ever seen. To meet this accelerated demand, and for 5G to reach its full potential, 5G networks must continue to evolve. Private networks are a key part of this evolution that is designed to connect cities, municipalities, government agencies, and enterprises with an ecosystem of providers to help deliver greater efficiencies, cost savings, data security, and sustainability. Join this session to learn how Qualcomm Technologies’ 5G expertise and global leadership uniquely positions the company to accelerate the deployment of high-performance virtualized and modular 5G networks, which will help accelerate the transformation of city infrastructure and services.

Digital Transformation and Qualcomm® IoT-as-a-Service

Jeff Lorbeck

Senior Vice President and General Manager, Connected Smart Systems (CSS), previously Internet of Things (IoT)

Jeff Lorbeck is a senior vice president and general manager of the Internet of Things (IoT), business unit within QCT – Qualcomm’s semiconductor business. Prior to becoming GM of the IoT BU, Lorbeck served as chief operating officer of QCT, a role in which he also managed the worldwide go-to-market teams.

Panel Discussion: Building the Future Smart City

Sanjeet Pandit

Sr. Director of Business Development and Global Head of Smart Cities, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

Mr. Sanjeet Pandit is the Global Head for Smart Cities practice at Qualcomm, Inc USA and responsible for Carrier and Ecosystem relationships in this domain. His expertise in the telecom industry spans over 20 plus years. He specializes in the areas of Smart City design, creation of Smart verticals, digital transformation and go to market strategies creating an experience that would benefit public private domains and citizen engagements.

Mr. Pandit has successfully launched the Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerator program that brings all Smart Cities B2B providers under one roof and enables matchmaking in this domain.

His efforts have enabled Smart Verticals and Smart Spaces/Industrial concepts globally that have resulted into quicker adoption into various industries and industrial verticals. He has developed and deployed various Smart City revenue models in association with ecosystem partners resulting into a win-win situation for all parties. Sanjeet has worked and created relationships with the Smart city ecosystem partners, resulting in multiple Smart City projects globally.

Jeanne Holm

Deputy Mayor, City of Los Angeles

As a leader in open data, education, and civic innovation, Jeanne Holm empowers people to discover new knowledge and collaborate to improve life on Earth and beyond. Jeanne Holm is the Deputy Mayor for Budget and Innovation of the City of Los Angeles, addressing issues of technology, equity, digital inclusion, and fiscal transparency. She connects public-private partners for innovations ranging from improving digital equity to using data science for environmental justice to reimagining government work. She founded the Data Science Federation partnering universities and cities to create innovative solutions such as using artificial intelligence for traffic safety and machine learning to improve air quality. She was formerly the Evangelist for open data for the White House under President Obama, the leader for Africa open data for the World Bank, and the Chief Knowledge Architect at NASA. She is a Distinguished Instructor at UCLA, a Trustee of Claremont Graduate University, a Fellow of the United Nations International Academy of Astronautics, and an advisor to the U.N.’s Sustainable Development Solutions Network. She leads a startup that promotes equity, education, and social justice through technology and education programs for innovators throughout the world.

Jordan Sun

Chief Innovation Officer, City of San Jose

Jordan Sun is the Chief Innovation Officer for the city of San Jose and leads the Mayor’s Office of Technology and Innovation (MOTI). Jordan brings global experience in tech, government, and venture capital. Before the city, his prior roles included CEO of a digital health venture at Siemens, a US Diplomat focused on China and national security, and a two-time volunteer to Afghanistan as an Army officer in infantry and special operations units. He is an alum of NYU and Yale University School of Management and serves as an active mentor in the startup ecosystem, including First Round Capital, Berkeley Skydeck Fund, 500 Startups, UCSF Innovation Ventures, and Scrum Ventures SmartCityX.

Collaboration for Increased Innovation

Michelle James

VP of Strategic Programs at CTIA

Join Michelle James, VP of Strategic Programs at CTIA, as she shares how the wireless industry is collaborating to help educate community leaders on preparing for the next wave of connected infrastructure. Innovation is already taking shape through deployments in municipalities today, and we’ve gathered their stories and plans for continuing their smart cities journey. Learn best practices and trends, and hear about the use cases that are helping to make our communities smarter, safer, and more connected.

Panel Discussion: How to accelerate smart 5G digital transformation with cloud and AI

Andrew Coward

5G Network Solutions with Distributed Micro-Cloud Computing for Smart Vertical Markets

Andrew has over twenty-five years experience in telecommunications and networking, and has held executive management positions in Brocade, Juniper, Carrier IQ and Unisphere in network engineering, product management, strategy, sales and marketing.

Prior to joining IBM, Andrew was CEO of Lumina Networks, an open source networking vendor, focused on SDN solutions.

Originally from the UK, Andrew spent a decade in Asia, in Hong Kong and Tokyo, before moving to California in 2006.

Shailesh Shukla

Vice President, Product Management and GM, Networking, Google Cloud

Shailesh Shukla is the Vice President and General Manager for Networking and Telecom for Google Cloud. He is responsible for Google Cloud Networking and Network Infrastructure products that power Google services such as YouTube and Search.

Jeffery Torrance

SVP, Product Management, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

Dr. Jeffery Torrance serves as the senior vice president of business development for Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (QTI), where he is responsible for the Connected Smart Systems. Connected Smart Systems product management and business development. He has more than 25 years of experience spanning across consulting, investor relations, and business management and development.

5G Network Solutions with Distributed Micro-Cloud Computing for Smart Vertical Markets

Jean-Francois (JF) Gagné

Head of AI Strategy and Product Management, ServiceNow

Jean-Francois (JF) Gagné leads the AI strategy and product management at ServiceNow, and its AI research pipeline oriented around human-machine collaboration for this large platform with over 12.5 million daily active users.

Allen Salmasi

Chairman and CEO, Veea Inc.

Allen Salmasi is the Chairman and CEO at Veea Inc. Prior to co-founding Veea in 2014, Mr. Salmasi was the Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President of NextWave Telecom Inc. and, its spin-off, NextWave Wireless Inc. (“NextWave”), a San Diego-based company that he founded in 1996. NextWave Telecom was acquired by Verizon in 2005 and NextWave Wireless was acquired by AT&T in 2013. Prior to NextWave, Mr. Salmasi served as the President of Wireless Division, Chief Strategy Officer and a member of the Board of Directors at Qualcomm Incorporated from 1988 to 1995. Prior to Qualcomm, Mr. Salmasi was the Chief Executive Officer and President of Omninet Corporation from 1983 to 1988. Omninet merged with Qualcomm in 1988. Mr. Salmasi began his career at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). He holds two Bachelor of Science degrees with honors in Electrical Engineering and Business Management and Economics from Purdue University and two Master of Science degrees in Electrical Engineering and Applied Mathematics from Purdue University and the University of Southern California, respectively. While working at Omninet, he completed his doctoral coursework at University of Southern California towards a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering.

Tony Shakib

Partner/GM, Microsoft Azure IoT

Tony Shakib leads Microsoft’s IoT Business Acceleration (IBA) team inside Azure engineering organization and drives strategic business engagements for top 100 IoT Enterprise Accounts, Partners, Developers and ISV/Startups.

Tony is accountable for IoT customer value realization (CVR), business development, rapid solution deployment, joint customer GTM programs and accelerating time and process to large-scale commercial deployments.

The IBA team focuses on top industries such as IIoT/Manufacturing, Mobility/Connected Vehicle, Smart Spaces/Utilities, Retail, Healthcare and Agriculture.

Tejas Krishnamohan

Moderator
Vice President, Sales and Business Development

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