2009 A Strategic Summit on Smart Infrastructure
Tuesday, December 8, 2009, 9 a.m.
Wednesday, December 9, 2009, 5:30 p.m. EST
Washington, DC, United States
A Two-Day Industry Forum highlighting the latest trends, best case studies and innovative strategies from America’s top smart infrastructure projects. Topics Include: • Best Practice Case Studies and lessons learned from America’s top Strategic Infrastructure Projects including digital infrastructure, Smart Grid, High Speed Rail, Urban Mass Transit and water • Building world-class infrastructure in America: The new vision, project priorities and long-term goals • Successful project planning and delivery for major infrastructure • Funding infrastructure investment and innovative financing for major infrastructure projects • The future of infrastructure planning • Rebuilding America’s infrastructure as well as stimulating both short- and long-term economic growth • Standardization and interoperability; creating a resilient and agile environment • Measuring and analyzing the results of federal investments and their outcomes This premier Smart Infrastructure Summit is your opportunity to gain insights into the planning, funding and delivery of crucial infrastructure projects in the United States of America: • Participate in a dynamic program including: presentations, workshops and discussion groups that outline tools to maximize the profitability of your company or organization • Maximize your time spent at the event and meet your specific needs and interests by developing your own personalized itinerary • Meet with senior representatives from leading key industry solution providers to gain solutions to your most pressing business challenges • Network with an executive, focused group of your peers, ranging from cocktail parties to gala dinners to promote interaction between participants and foster the formation of business relationships and develop future business contacts • Share knowledge, ideas and insights over the two days to help you and your team create world-class infrastructure projects. DISTINGUISHED SPEAKING FACULTY INCLUDES: Tom Wright, Executive Director - REGIONAL PLAN ASSOCIATION John Runyan, Executive Director - THE COALITION FOR TRANSPORTATION PRODUCTIVITY Michael Carlson, former Xcel Energy CIO and Architect of SmartGridCity - GRIDPOINT John Heflin Baker, Jr., Chief Strategy Officer - AUSTIN ENERGY Dr. Jack Belcher, CIO - ARLINGTON COUNTY, VIRGINIA James Turk - DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY Robert Hughes, Manager of Products and Services - GEORGIA POWER COMPANY Mark S. Martinez, Manager, Demand Response Program Development - SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON Arshad Mansoor, Vice President - ELECTRIC POWER INSTITUTE Mark Pisano, Senior Fellow - USC SCHOOL OF POLICY MarySue Barrett, President - METROPOLITAN PLANNING COUNCIL Robert D. Atkinson, Ph.D., President - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION FOUNDATION Jerrod Haberman, Executive Director - PANHANDLE AREA DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT