Παρασκευή, 29 Οκτωβρίου 2010

EcoSummit Athens: Green Telecoms: creating new business opportunities for Greece

Συνέδριο με τίτλο " EcoSummit Athens 2010 .Green Telecoms: creating new business opportunities for Greece" οργανώνει την 1η Νοεμβρίου 2010 η Nokia Siemens Networks στο ξενοδοχείο Μεγάλη Βρατανία, στην Αθήνα.

Στο τραπέζι της συζήτησης στις 14:30 , με θέμα : Business Opportunities in the city of tomorrow: can environmentally sustainable business boost economy and stimulate financial growth for Greece? θα συμμετέχει και ο προϊστάμενος πληροφορικής του Δήμου Ηρακλείου και συντονιστής του δικτύου ΙΚΑΡΟΣ Κωστής Μοχιανάκης.

Στη διάρκεια της συζήτησης ο δημοσιογράφος Yiannis Rizopoulos, will be moderating the discussion between the panelists and the audience, approaching the topic of environmentally sustainable business from all angles, including social, financial and technological. The panel serves as a platform for dialogue between the enterprises, the government and stakeholders preparing the national development strategy, aiming to improve the country's infrastructures, boost the economy and to ensure environmental sustainability

To πλήρες πρόγραμμα

9.00 Registrations

9.30 EcoSummit Athens 2010 opening

Opening remarks by Mr. Erkki Huittinen, Ambassador of Finland in Greece

9.40 Opening remarks by Mr. Andreas Andreopoulos, General Secretary of the Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change

9.50 Opening remarks by professor Socratis Katsikas, General Secretary of Communications, Ministry of Insfrastructure, Transport and Networks

10.00 Chair's opening remarks

Barry French, Head of Marketing and Corporate Affairs, Nokia Siemens Networks, Exceutive Board Member

Session A: Telecommunications fighting climate change

The ICT industry plays an important role in fighting climate change by minimizing the industry's own footprint and by maximizing the positive impact of ICT by helping other industry sectors to reduce their environmental footprint with its technology. Join this session to hear more on the carbon reduction potential of the industry.

10.10 Key note speech
Dimitris Karavelas, Managing Director, WWF Hellas

10.30 Assessing the Carbon Reduction Potential of ICT Solutions
Dr. Jack Rowley, GSMA representative

11.10 Carbon Connections: Quantifying mobile's role in tackling climate change

Nafsika Zevgoli, Corporate Responsibility Professional, Vodafone Greece

Session B: Infrastructure, new applications and quality of life in future urban structures
This session will present how the technological evolution and the development of new innovative applications will help to achieve the global targets set for fighting climate change in the ICT industry and in other industries, including the energy and mobility sectors. How will the future cities operate and consequently, how ICT solutions will change the individuals' lives?

11.30 Telecoms Industry Environmental Sustainability
Andrew Clark, Head of Environmental Operations, Nokia Siemens Networks

12.00 ICT Infrastructure and applications for efficient urban living
Josef Lorenz, Head of Technology, Nokia Siemens Networks Europe

12.30 Introducing the Smart City concept: Kalasatama Initiative
Jaakko Aho, Head of eEnergy Solutions, Nokia Siemens Networks Europe

13.00 Introducing (e)Mobility concept: Aachen Initiative and ladenetz.de
Andreas Pfeiffer, CEO, smartlab Innovations gesellschaft mbH Aachen

13.40 Lunch break

14.30 Panel Discussion

Business Opportunities in the city of tomorrow: can environmentally sustainable business boost economy and stimulate financial growth for Greece?

Journalist Yiannis Rizopoulos, will be moderating the discussion between the panelists and the audience, approaching the topic of environmentally sustainable business from all angles, including social, financial and technological. The panel serves as a platform for dialogue between the enterprises, the government and stakeholders preparing the national development strategy, aiming to improve the country's infrastructures, boost the economy and to ensure environmental sustainability.

Panel participants (in alphabetical order):

Dr. Constantinos Antoniou, Assistant Professor, National Technical University of Athens, School of Rural and Surveying Engineering, Laboratory of Transportation Engineering

Professor Filippos Constantinou, National Technical University of Athens, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Division of Information Transmission Systems and Material Technology

Professor Nikos Hatziargyriou, Deputy CEO, Public Power Corporation

Kostas Mochianakis , CTO, Municipality of Heraklion

Giota Paparidou, Second Vice President, Federation of Hellenic ICT Enterprises

George Stefanopoulos, General Manager, Greek Mobile Operators Association

16.30 Closure of EcoSummit Athens 2010

16.45 Cocktail and networking event

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