Date: October 29, 2019
San Diego 10/29/19
9:00 Check In
9:10 Welcome-Jason Anderson, CEO, Cleantech San Diego
9:15 “Getting to Smart”-Peter Murray, Executive Director, Dense Networks
9:25 Smart City Directions-David Graham, CIO, Carlsbad, California
9:40 “Getting to Smart”-Building a Smart Connected City
Moderator: Peter Murray, Executive Director, Dense Networks
David Graham, CIO, Carlsbad
Zach Birmingham, Environmental Specialist, Port of San Diego
Jason Anderson, CEO, Cleantech San Diego
Rick Ayers, AVP, Black and Veatch
Gregg Rowland, Senior Director, Hitachi Vantara
10:40 Omnia/US Communities- David Eckell, Manager, Comm/Data, Graybar
10:50 Connected Real Estate
Moderator: Peter Murray
John Foley, General Manager, Safer Buildings Coalition
Eric Toenjes, Manager, Mobility, Graybar
Ken DiScipio, SVP, Tavistock Development Company
Luke Lucas, Sr. Manager, T-Mobile, BYOC
Dan MacDuffie, GM, Granite Telecom
11:40 Deploying 5G and Emerging Technologies-Peter Murray, Dense Networks
Brandon Braunlich, Senior Director, T-Mobile
Alda Licis, Senior Director, Landmark Dividend
Jim Lockwood, President, City Pole
Kurt Jacobs, Senior Director, JMA Wireless
Antonia Graham, City Manager, Huntington Beach
Lisa R. Youngers currently leads the Fiber Broadband Association as its Executive Director— the largest trade association in the Americas dedicated to all-fiber-optic broadband.
David Graham is a veteran local government leader having worked for the County of San Diego and City of San Diego as well as a stint in private sector public affairs.
Ms. Alda Licis is an Operations Executive with 20+ years in technology. She currently provides Business Development consulting services to Landmark Dividend, bringing the Flexgrid 5G infrastructure product to market for carriers in the US and Canada.
Ken joined Tavistock Development Company (TDC) in 2015 as Senior Vice President, Business Development and Strategic Relationships overseeing all business development functions at the company.
Jim Lockwood is Founder/CEO of the Aero Wireless Group of companies, established in 1998, and a national provider of wireless infrastructure products, engineering and consulting services
Murray was born and raised in New York, New York and earned a Masters of Business in Information Technology from Fordham University. His Major was Utilizing Technology for Competitive Advantage.
A 20 year veteran of emerging communication technologies, Kurt leads market development enabling the new enterprise value chain with communications infrastructure for the IoT ecosystem.
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Valet Parking at the Marriott Marquis. Restaurant Directly Behind Marriott