9:00 - Check In
9:10 - “Getting to Smart”-Peter Murray, Executive Director, Dense Networks
9:20 - Miami Update-Mike Sarasti, Director of Innovation and Technology, Miami
9:40 - Smart Connected Cities-Moderator, Peter Murray, Executive Director, Dense Networks
-Mike Sarasti, Director, Innovation and Technology, Miami
-Jim Lockwood, CEO, Aero Wireless
-Mark Prohaska, Manager of Technology, FPL
-Lisa Youngers, CEO, Fiber Broadband Association
-Amanda Wood, Attorney, Grants, Becker & Poliakoff
10:30 - Break
10:45 - Coral Gables-Raimundo Rodulfo, CIO, Coral Gables
11:05 - Emerging Network Technologies, Moderator, Peter Murray, Dense Networks
-Kurt Jacobs, Senior Director, JMA Wireless
-Raimundo Rodulfo, CIO, Coral Gables
-Brad Baumann, VP, Gabe’s
-Daryl Sullivan, Senior Director, Hitachi Social Innovations
-Josh Broder, CEO, Tilson Technology
11:50Smart Connected Real Estate
Moderator: Peter Murray
-Ernie Fernandez, University of Miami, CIO and VP
-Scott Jackson, Manager, Broadband, Graybar
-Leo Delgado, CEO, Converged Services Inc.
-Luke Lucas, Senior Manager, Engineering, T-Mobile
-Keith Jones, Director, Granite Telecom
12:40 - Lunch and Networking
2:00 - Adjourn
Mike Sarasti is the City of Miami’s Director of Innovation and Technology, a position charged with driving innovation, technology operations, process improvement, collaboration, and data-driven strategy across municipal government.
Raimundo Rodulfo is the Director of Information Technology of City of Coral Gables, Florida, responsible for strategic planning, management and continuous improvement of city-wide IT operations, infrastructure and smart city initiatives.
For the past 37 years, Brad Baumann's career spans work in some of the telecommunications industry's most exciting developments.
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.
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
Daryl Sullivan leads the Ecosystem, Alliances and Business Development practice for Hitachi’s Social Innovation Business division in the Americas.