Save the date: Friday, January 25, 2019 for the 3rd annual Smart Cities MIAMI Conference and launch of the Design Your Coral Gables: Smart City Solutions Competition.
The Conference explores the convergence of technology, design, and development in the shaping of a new urban landscape transformed by disruptive innovation. Conversations with social scientists, humanists, engineers, administrators, and citizens, will contemplate a future of hyper-connected environments and lifestyles. This year’s theme is transportation, social AI, and privacy.
The Design Your Coral Gables Competition is organized by the City of Coral Gables, the UM School of Architecture, and the UM Center for Computational Science Smart Cities program.
Smart Cities MIAMI 2019 Panelists
|Cristian F. Robiou | Founder, Clarity Value, Inc.
Cristian Fernando Robiou is the founder and CEO of Clarity Value, Inc., a company creating a modular work flow automation engine designed to help cities manage the permitting and inspection process. He currently leads growth for Camino AI, a government technology startup led by the founders of OpenGov, and based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Mr. Robiou previously acted as the co-founder and CEO of Caribe Exotic Juice Co, a wellness food and beverage brand co-founded with fellow University of Miami alums, and as founding Chief Operating Officer for Startupbootcamp – Digital Health, based in Miami, Fl. A graduate of Harvard Law School and the University of Miami, Mr. Robiou is devoted to building a long term entrepreneurial ecosystem that fosters high impact community and market engagement.
|Michael Bartoszek | Account Manager/Business Development, Citelum Group
Citelum is the global leader in the design, installation, financing and maintenance of municipal LED lighting. We manage over 2.5 million lights around the globe in 22 countries and 14 capital cities. We also light some of the world’s most iconic landmarks.
|Steve Aukstakalnis | Practical AR
Steven Aukstakalnis is an author, research scientist, instructor, and consultant in the area of advanced human-computer interfaces and interactive systems. Educated in Physics and Computer Science, Steve is the former Director of the Virtual Environment and Interactive Systems Program for the NSF Engineering Research Ctr for Computational Field Simulation. He has served on the professional research staff at the University of Washington and the faculty of Mississippi State University. Steve is also an invited instructor and researcher for the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, Nat’l Reconnaissance Office, University of Michigan, Pepperdine, Purdue, Dartmouth, National Taiwan University, and the Smithsonian.
The author of three books on the topic of virtual and augmented reality, his written work has served as background prep material for U.S. Senate hearings and is listed in the Congressional Record.
|Eric Singer | Associate, Bilzum Sumberg
Eric has focused his practice for the past several years in the areas of government procurement and complex government transactions, including public-private partnerships (P3). Eric combines that practical experience with extensive academic knowledge, gained as a visiting faculty member and research fellow at the New York University School of Law, where he studied P3s across the United States and abroad, in order to further his clients’ goals. Prior to joining Bilzin Sumberg, Eric also served as a law clerk to the Honorable Danny J. Boggs of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.
Eric handles the full spectrum of public-contracting issues, from preparation of proposals through appeals of administrative bid protests, and has represented clients on some of Miami’s most transformative public-private projects. For example, as part of securing a $300-million Metrorail contract for an Italian company, he defended a bid-protest appeal to the Federal Transit Administration.
$35.00 per person Register here