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24-26 October 2016 | Incheon, Korea

Hear What Your Peers Are Saying About Our Event

Smart Cities conference supported by the Mayor of Incheon will provide a one-stop-platform to discover and discuss the latest trends and technologies in Smart Cities, design, Mobility and Utilities sector and its strategic use of new and high-tech, ICT-based solutions to connect the citizens and technologies of the city on a common platform.

Click here to view the welcome letter and letter of support by the Mayor of Incheon.

Follow Your Own Agenda with The Following Streams To Choose From:
Stream One: Smart Governance
This stream will be highlighting the role of the governments and concept of smart cities and technologies, how governments to government, government to public, government to private sector and public to government and all communicate. This has put government entirely at different role and place one hand side technology has given government deep access to information and more effective decision making tools but other side government must legislate (Policy making, laws, privacy and security  rules and regulation etc) and facilitate (people, private sector, investors etc) the economic growth. 
Stream Two: Smart Mobility


Significantly increased the awareness of the concept of going green and realised the need of combining the best of the both old and new technologies in creating sustainable building.
Principal Architect, Ghana
The speakers & topics were good as it covered U.A.E. as well as the global perspective. 
Mohammed Bin Rashid Housing Est., U.A.E.

It is not only a good time to exchange knowledge but we can also network across different countries.
Gammon Construction Co Ltd, Hong Kong

I enjoyed the conference and I would urge other companies to participate, learn, contribute and share ideas with others in the industry.
Tata Housing Development, India

Insights That Will Be Shared

This regional conference is designed to attract all those who are involved in addressing the dynamics of unique challenges in Urbanization, economic growth and environmental challenges for greater competitive advantage:

  • Advancing knowledge in application of smart technologies and enhancing government coordination & operational capability.

  • Enabling government authorities to understand the diversity of technology to communicate instantly and engage citizen in decision making process.  

  • Selecting the right smart asset management instruments to improve the efficiency of traffic operations and minimise traffic congestion

  • Enabling a favourable environment to encourage active private sector involvement in smart cities projects  

  • Designing  smart cities  infrastructure according to the unique demographics of the urban areas 

  • Understanding the latest technologies that can harness to create economic clusters, foster entrepreneurship and develop new urban communities. 

  • Improving the environmental design of the roads to minimise the carbon footprint   

  • Integrating innovative technologies and design to provide efficient waste management services 

  • Minimising risks to make our city projects attractive and viable for foreign investment


To receive the full brochure or registration details, please contact 

Sharon Chew | Senior Marketing Executive | SharonC@marcusevanskl.com | call +603 2723 6757

Featuring Our Keynote Speakers


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This stream will be showcasing how to transform Public Transportation and leveraging Smart Technology Solutions. Multi modal fare integration and use multiple modal options without hassle of purchasing different tickets and how intelligent traffic management can aid efficient traffic flow.

Stream Three: Smart Urban Design & Development
This Streamline will focus on contemporary design strategies to create livable, social, connecting and engaging communities, further more world’s leading smart city’s case studies will demonstrate the importance of ICTs and how it is changing cities urban fabric to tackle urbanisation to drive economic growth and neutralise environmental challenges.


  • Analysing with a keen eye on blending technological strides with fresh talent and investments 

  • Understanding the diversity of smart & intelligent usage to technology in personal, business and community growth. 

  • Maximizing use of available energy & water resources by intelligent load management and re-distribution. 

  • Transforming big data to meaningful information for effective decision making and improving public services. 

  • Building confidence measures to empower citizen engagement for optimum technological benefits. 

  • Networking and benchmarking opportunities with Government authorities, international organisations, key international players and experts in smart cities industry


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Exclusive Site Tour Visit on Day 3 - Songdo International Business District (Songdo IBD)
Dr. Agachai Sumalee Vice President & Director, Smart City Research Centre
King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang
IT committee National Housing Authority, Thailand
Byun, Ju-young Director General, Strategic Investment
Incheon Metroplitan City, South Korea


Sid HyoGeun KIM Managing Director
Korean Green Building Council


Norliza Hashim Director, MIP Low Carbon Cities & Sustainability Centre
Secretary General - Eastern Regional Organization for Planning and Human Settlement, Malaysia


Wafa S. Al-Hameedi Snr. Director, IT & Smart Cities
King Abdullah Economic City (The Emaar Economic City), Saudi Arabia


Dr. Young-Jun MOON Chief Director, National Transport Technology R&D Center
The Korea Transport Institute (KOTI )


Songdo IBD is a new smart city or “ubiquitous city” built from scratch on 600 hectares (1,500 acres) of reclaimed land along Incheon’s waterfront, 65 kilometres (40 mi) southwest of Seoul, South Korea and connected to Incheon International Airport by a 12.3-kilometre (7.6 mi) reinforced concrete highway bridge, called Incheon Bridge. Along with Yeongjong and Cheongna, it is part of the Incheon Free Economic Zone. This 10-year development project is estimated to cost in excess of $40 billion, making it one of the most expensive development projects ever undertaken.

The Conference Agenda

Customise Your Own Agenda By Choosing Between These Different Focuses to Attend

Stream One: Smart Governance
Stream one will highlight the role of the government in smart cities and how technology impacts communication channels among city stake holders (government, public & private sectors). This has put government entirely in a different role and place; technology has given government deep access to information for effective decision-making, to engage citizens and share information to flourish economic growth and facilitate Public private partnership & service delivery for the citizen.
Stream Two:  Smart Mobility
Stream two will leverage Smart technologies and Strategies to manage traffic congestion, operation more intelligently and smartly to reduce carbon foot prints, enhance convenience, mobility & safety of travellers within cities.


Stream Three: Smart Urban Design & Development
This stream will focus on contemporary design strategies to create livable, social, connecting and engaging communities, further more world’s leading smart city’s case studies will demonstrate the importance of ICTs and how its changing Cities Urban Fabric to tackle Urbanisation drive Economic growth and neutralise Environmental Challenges.


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