DAY 01
24 September
DAY 02
25 September
DAY 03
26 September
MORNING
Session 01
Workshop 01 Workshop 02 Opening and keynote
speeches
Keynote speeches
Break
MORNING
Session 02
Parallel Session 01
Chaired by The World Bank
Parallel Session 02
Chaired by CSDILA and CDMPS
Parallel Session 01
Chaired by The World Bank
Parallel Session 02
Chaired by CSDILA and CDMPS
Lunch
AFTERNOON
Session 01
Break
AFTERNOON
Session 02
Round table discussion Round table discussion and closing
Evening Reception Dinner

 

Day 01 – Workshops

24 September 2018

Two one-day workshops are offered in parallel. If you would like to register, please choose one only. You can also extend your attendance by staying on for the following 2-day symposium and obtain a broader perspective of developments in other sectors and parts of the world.

Workshop 01: Smart Land and Urban Data Management

Rapid urbanisation has resulted in an unprecedented pressure on development of land in cities around the world, triggering increased densification and demand for urban infrastructure facilities. Smart urban data management solutions are required to transform the physical and functional complexities of cities into digital data environments (3D cadastre, Building Information Modelling or BIM and city models). The aim of this program is to provide training on development of digital data infrastructures to enable the integration, harmonisation, connectivity and scalability of multi-dimensional urban datasets. This infrastructure is required to underpin the next generation of data-driven modelling and decision-support tools to enable the design of smart, productive and resilient cities. It would then be applied to data relevant to people, land and urban infrastructure to support comparative and multi-dimensional analytics.

Workshop 02: Leadership During Crisis and Developing Next Generation Emergency Management Teams

This program is designed for executives and senior professionals addressing:

  • The key points for leaders handling crisis (before, during and after); what steps to take to be prepared for disaster or crisis; guidelines, reference reading, case studies and examples of strong crisis leadership; the political and media aspects of crisis will be discussed and how to handle them.
  • Current best practices and trends in emergency management worldwide; discussion of notional organisation charts and capabilities.
  • Emerging technologies and how they will impact key processes and internal/external relationships.

Participants will be encouraged to share their own thoughts and perspectives.
 

Day 02 & 03 – Symposium

25 & 26 September 2018
The Symposium will feature invited keynote presentations, plenary panel forum and parallel technical presentations by industry practitioners, academics and researchers around the themes identified in the Conference Overview page.