13-15 November 2019
Singapore, Singapore
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KEYNOTE MINISTERTIAL PRESENTATION

Zuraida Kamaruddin- Minister - Ministry of Housing and Local Government, Malaysia

FEATURING KEY PRESENTATIONS FROM WORLD ORGANISATIONS  AND LEADING INDUSTRY EXPERTS

Gabriel Metcalf, Chief Executive Officer, Committee of Sydney, Australia

Mark Thomas, Urban Mobility Taskforce Member, Smart City Council, Australia-New Zealand

Piero Pelizzaro, Chief Resilience Officer, City of Milan, Italy

Matthew Schultz, President, Australian Smart Communities Association

Jason Pomeroy, Founding Principal, Pomeroy Studio, Singapore

Ezumi Harzani, Director, Arkitek MAA, Malaysia

Charles Barguirdjian, Senior Principal, WSP, Singapore

Abdul Fuad Abdul Rahman, Head of Malaysia Vulnerabilities Assessment Centre ( MyVAC), CyberSecurity, Malaysia

Corina Leung, Design Director, LWK & Partners, Singapore

Sushma Goh, Director of Architecture, Land Transport Authority, Singapore

Hector Rodal, Strategic Urban Planner, Barcelona City Council, Spain

Juan Kanggrawan, Head of Data and Analytics, Jakarta Smart City, Indonesia

Natasha Beschorner, Senior Digital Development Specialist, The World Bank, Philippines

Tony Chan, Associate Principal, Cities Planning Leader SE Asia, Arup, Singapore

Karthik Karkal, Head of Masterplan, Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl, Singapore

Andrew Brahney, Head of SMART (MEAP), Ramboll, Singapore

Fuad Shazley Salleh, Vice President, Planning & Compliance, Iskandar Regional Development Authority, Malaysia

David Chong, Acting President, Institute of Parks and Recreation, Singapore

Trevor Vivian, Global Director, Benoy, Hong Kong

Dr Christian Derix, Principal, Woods Bagot, Dubai

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