mobileGov World Summit and
Global mobileGov Awards, 2017
7 May 2017
|17:00||Exhibitions Set Up|
|19:00- 20:30||Conference Reception at the Venue Hotel|
8 May 2017
Gonca telli Yamamoto, Tamara Hoegler, Ibrahim Kushchu
|09:30||Plenary Core Panel: Lessons learned in implementation of mobile technologies in Government
eGov / mGov Leaders of Various Governments Share Experiences of Using Mobile Technologies: Korea, Estonia, India, Singapore, UK, Afghanistan, UAE, Malta, Japan, Turkey, Czech Republic, Colombia
| Janek Rozov, Head of The Department of Information Society Services Development, Estonia
Roman Vrba, Director of the eGovernment Department at the Ministry of Interior, Czech Republic
Kapil Kant Kamal, Principal Technical Officer, C-DAC (Govt of India)
Toshio Obi, President, Apec E-Government Research Center and Chair, National E-Government Promotion Council of MIC, Japan
Juan Carlos Álvarez, Strategy Coordinator of Digital Government, Colombia
Kyoung Jun Lee, Prof. at Department of Management Information Systems, Kyung Hee Univ. & CEO of Benple, Korea
Ibrahim Kushchu, mobileGov, The UAE, Afghanistan, Malta, Turkey
|11:30||Plenary Core Panel: Lessons learned in implementation of mobileGovernment (Continued)|
|14:00||Plenary Talk : Prof. ROBERT S.H. ISTEPANIAN, Bsc., MSc., PhD., CEng., FIET, SMIEEE, CEO and FOUNDER, iKhare Limited (UK), ‘on mobile Health’|
|14:30||Session: Central Government Implementations
Future Trends and Strategies to Implement Successful mHealth Projects
Azerbaijan Mobile ID – Your Mobile PASSPORT in the New Generation mGovernment
The Mobile Applications Fighting the Tax Fraud and Tax Evasion
|16:00||Session: Mobile Learning & Mobile Education
Evaluation of Security Forces Applications in the Context of Virtual Reality and Mobile Learning
Mobile Augmented Reality and Language
|16:40||Special Session: Cyber Security & Privacy in Mobile Wireless Environments
|18:00||1st Day Closes|
|19:30||Summit Dinner at the Venue Hotel|
9 May 2017
|08:30||Opening and Registrations|
|09:00||Hackers, Fixers and Lone Rangers: The Future of International Development?
How can Quadruple Helix Clusters Support the Evolvement of Smart Cities?
|10:00||Panel: Limits of IoT Intelligence
The panel explores the relationship between IoT and Artificial Intelligence and how intelligent could the IoT systems be. Basic questions it raises are on the limits of current learning mechanisms in AI that could help making sense of collected large amounts of data through sensors and converting that ‘sense’ into intelligent actions. Some of the topics to discuss include deep learning and resulting performance in IoT systems.
Panelists, starting with sensors’ mechanics in IoT, will be opening discussions on Cognitive machines, Evolutionary AI and generalisation of learned behaviours as they are relevant to advances mobile technologies, and will present a critical evaluation of the expected performance from intelligence of IoT.
Ibrahim Kushchu, Director, mobileGov UK
Jon Shamah, Chair of EEMA, United Kingdom
Filippo Ferrais, Co-Founder Of Enerbrain, Italy
|11:30||Panel: Inclusive m-Government: Defining the Vision, Exploring the New Opportunities
Due to specific features of mobile technology allowing better reach, accessibility, precision and personalization, m-Government is considered to be potentially more user-centric and inclusive in providing services to its public, than other digital government initiatives. Accessibly issues, however, are complex and go beyond a simple availability of technology and services. Complexity of accessibility issues along with fast changing technological and mobile market landscapes bring new opportunities as well as pose constraints for building inclusive m-Government. Our panel brings together researchers and practitioners from varied backgrounds to define the vision of inclusive m-Government, discuss the challenges of achieving it, and
The panel will discuss what inclusiveness means and how it is applied to m-Government: what are the inclusive m-Government services? Can current m-Government services and services tailored to specific inclusion group (based on age, health, literacy, gender etc.) be considered inclusive?
What will help to achieve inclusiveness in the near future – in terms of our actions, legislation, technology; and what potentially can inhibit those trends?
Dr. Diana Ishmatova, Moderator, APEC e-Government Research Center, Japan
|14:00||Global mobileGov Awards Ceremony and Presentations of mobileGov Awards|
|Presentations of Three Winning Global mobileGov Awards|
|Closing the Summit and Global Awards 2017