5 Plus City Forum - Wednesday, March 20th

13h45 : Introduction Speech by Professor Carlos MORENO


14h00: Opening Speech


"Ile-de-France in the international urban competition: Perspectives and reality"


Jean-Paul PLANCHOU, Vice-président du Conseil régional d’Île-de-France chargé du Développement économique, des NTIC, du tourisme, de l’innovation et de l’économie sociale et solidaire



14h15-15h05 : Opening Assembly 1

Supervised city : the « urban management » era

In 2017, the City sees, hears, and breathes. The City is alive and is not “handled”, it is driven and managed permanently to respond in real-time to the needs of all its citizens: traffic fluidity, construction work management, assistance… Today, a new « global city service » is emerging, it needs to be built with and for the people, and it needs the city to open its central and shared brain…


Opening dialog  Professor  Carlos MORENO, & Carlo RATTI, Director of the SENSEable City Lab du Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)


Vicente GUALLART FURIO, Director of Urban Habitat  in City council of Barcelona

Nigel JACOB, Co-chair, Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics, City of Boston

Moacyr DUARTE de SOUZA, Technical adviser of the Operational Center of the City of Rio de Janeiro

Naoki MIMURO, City of Yokohama – Future City Initiative & Yokohama Smart City

Jean-Marc VAYSSOUZE-FAURE, Mayor of Cahors, President of Grand Cahors


15h05-15h15 : Keynote Speaker 1 

The City of tomorrow : an issue of innovation

Jean-Luc BEYLAT, President of System@tic Cluster – Paris 


15h15-15h25 : Visio conference 2

Ger BARON, Amsterdam City Founding member Connected Village Foundation / Advisory board World Smart Capital 


15h25-15h40 : Keynote Speaker 3


SNCF 2018 : towards a more smart and more sustainable mobility


Patrick ROPERT, Communication Director, SNCF 


15h40-15h55 : Keynote speaker 4

"Security and supervision of the city"

Professor Victor GOLDSMITH, Pace University – New York


15h55-17h00 : Assembly strategic 2


"Energy and Networks; « Light City »?"


Will the networks make cities penny-wise? Will the buildings become more efficient? The crucial question relies in the public budget and its cost to the citizens. The aggregation of networks, electricity, water, gas, sanitary sewers and optical fibres, are all driving more sustainable perspectives, but it is bound to a « smarter » attitude of the stakeholders who need to reinvent new business models.


Dialog Professor Carlos MORENO &  Francis JUTAND, Member of National Council of digital technology, Scientist Director of Mines-Télécom Institute


Thomas PEAUCELLE, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Cofely Ineo, GDF SUEZ Group

François SEGUINEAU, Chief Operating Officer, Toshiba New Lighting Systems Division – Europe

Vincent VIGUIE, Economist, International Center of Research on Environment and Development  

Stéphane MARTINELLI, General Councillor of the Haute Marne, Mayor of Rennepont

Benoît CLOCHERET, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of SAFEGE


17h00-17h15 Keynote speaker 6

The Research and Innovation of GDFSUEZ in the service of the city of tomorrow

Marc FLORETTE, EXCOM Member in charge of Research and Innovation, GDF SUEZ 


17h15-17h30 : Keynote speaker 7

"Information & Communication Technologies, the City and the Open Innovation"

Nicolas CURIEN, Emeritus professor to the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts, Member of the academy of Technologies


17h30 : Closing Session


Jun HAN, Minister, Councellor in charge of Science and Technology, Embassy of the Republic of China in France

Anshuman GAUR, First Secretary (Economics & Commercial) and Head of Economic & Commercial Wing, Embassy of India in France

18h00-19h00 : Meetings


Networking in the PR space


19h00-21h00 : Cocktail reception on invitation



5PLUS CITY OFF - march 20th




Fondation Européenne pour des Territoires Durables




Workshop : "Creation of tools for urban developers, policy makers and project leaders to favour a comprehensive and coherent integration of soil and subsoil issues in urban development" - march 20th from 15h15 to 16h30


Urban systems are built and developed in a natural environment including landscape, soils and underground water. This environment constitutes at the same time a resource (space, water, aggregates, geothermal energy, storage capacities.) and a constraint or a source of risk (rugged landscape, adequacy to construction and underground works, geological risks, polluted soils). The interactions between urban and natural environment thus take on a very important social, environmental and economic dimension. In spite of that, the criteria of sustainable development and, thereby, the governorship of the urban systems, generally underestimate these problems, and are even, sometimes, completely unaware of them. Most approaches remain thematic when a sustainable approach would require accounting consistently for these various dimensions.

By associating urban stakeholders (communities, developers) with scientists (social sciences and geosciences), the project D2SOU funded by the National Agency of Research aims at developing the bases necessary for taking into account in an integrated manner the soil and sub-soil issues in urban development. 


This workshop will allow us to present these operationnal tools and debate with expert, local authorities, urban planner, on current efficiency of their tools, their needs and how can D2SOU match these needs.


Speakers : 

Mathieu Garnier, Project Manager of Fondaterra

Audrey Baills,  BRGM

Jean-Marc Valet,  Co-Founder of Geocarta

Jean-Marc Douguet, Assistant director of the international center  REEDS-UVSQ



Workshop :  social money - virtual currencies, march 20th from 15h15 to 16h30

Landscape of the « Open Money » 

The workshop aims at providing an insight on the current MPEG technologies for Augmented Reality, as well as practical explanations on how to set up AR applications. The benefits of involving AR in the sector of virtual currency will be demonstrated by using a live demo of a mobile augmented reality game.

Marius PREDA, chercheur au sein du laboratoire ARTEMIS de Télécom SudParis, coordinateur du standard MPEGV

Carlos DE FREITAS, Director of the Institut Palmas Europe 

Jean-Michel CORNU,   President of the association Imagination for People,

Thierry ISCKIA, professeur de stratégie à Télécom Ecole de Management

Animation Gilbert REVEILLON, enseignant-chercheur à Télécom Ecole de Management, CEO Mobile LOOV



LOGO EESTEL_2013-web


European experts in Systems of Electronic Transactions


Workshop demonstration of the EESTEL on the concepts " Open Pass ", "Netheos" and "Mercury Technologies" on March 20th from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm

Open Pass 

Digital proximity by contactless card: digital access control to a service. The rights are stored in a Mifare contactless card (access, catering, events,…) and the control is performed by a standard NFC smartphone.

Digital proximity mobile to mobile: the rights are stored in a standard NFC smartphone and the control is performed by a standard NFC smartphone.



Next Generation Proximity Banking: secured dematerialization of contract in bank agency, and use cases involving a Tablet to organize the Agency.

Mobile Remote Banking: On line Bank Transactions Validation (payments, new beneficiaries, debits, transfers…) using one’s Mobile Phone.


Mercury Technologies

Everyday life Smartcard/ Mobile application : nomadic items to citizens for uses in digital Councils. Technologies and implementation overview with “multiservices and multiapplications” use cases. Lots of applications to implement: strong authentication, remote Access Rights Reloading and use…


5 Plus City Forum - Thursday, March 21st

9h00-9h15 : Opening speech


Jean-Louis MISSIKADeputy Mayor of Paris responsible for Innovation, research and universities


09h15-10h30 : Assembly strategic 3


"Transport: a Multi-Modal life ?"

In 2017, cities will be definitely multimodal. People will leave their car in the suburbs, take a tram, use the subway and end their journey on a bike. The car will just be an object of desire and the electric car will become a real alternative. Without a license, the car could drive itself tomorrow! Improving efficiency of public transportation through a better organisation will become an important factor to decrease travel time. The virtual universal ticket will be generalized and will allow everyone to go from a point to another without constraint. 


Dialog of  Professor Carlos MORENO,& Timothy PAPANDREOU, San Francisco City Deputy Director Transportation Planning Sustainable Streets


Marie-Françoise GUYONNAUD, General Delegate of the European Foundation for Sustainable Territories (FONDATERRA)

Taina TUKIAINEN, Director of National DigiBusiness Cluster Finland

Jean-François JANIN, ITS Task Force Manager at the General Directorate for Infrastructures in the french department of transport 

Bernard BENHAMOU, Delegate to the uses of the Internet, Minsitry of Digital Economy



10h45-11h00 : Speech

"Issy-les-Moulineaux in 2018 !"


André SANTINI, Mayor of Issy-les-Moulineaux, Haut-de-Seine Representative, Former Minister in the French Government, President of the Surveillance Committee of the Grand Paris Society.


11h00-12h00 : Assembly strategic 4


"Co-creation in the sustainable Cities "


Dr. Isher AHLUWALIA, Chairperson, Board of Governors, the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER) 

Professeur Vincent BECUEDean of the faculty of architecture and town planning of the university of Mons, Professor-Researcher at the School of the Engineers of the City of Paris

Pierre CLEMENT, Town Planner Arte Charpentier (France)

Pascal PAYEN-APPENZELLER, Délégué Général, Concours National du Patrimoine Bâti - France

Philippe FORESTIER, Executive Vice President of Global Affairs and Communities, Dassault Sytèmes


12h00-12h30 : Official speech

Mrs Cécile DUFLOT, Minister for Housing and Territories Equality


12h30-13h30 : Lunch


Lunching in the PR Space – Business meetings


13h50-14h10 Keynote speaker 8

City of future and environment

Jean-Paul DELEVOYE, President of the French Economic, Social and Environmental Council


14h10-15h10 : Assembly strategic 5

"Home and Smart Buildings ; places of life and innovation!"

The time when people could be « stored » without caring much about the social, environmental, energetic and economic consequences is over. The new fields of construction, urbanism, shared landscape, aesthetic and architecture go now from people’s Life towards the City. New buildings and new eco-districts are emerging creating new social dynamics and new ways to « live and consume ». The city becomes open and massively connected but not enough in solidarity .

Dialog of Professor Carlos MORENO Michel SUDARSKISSecretary General of the International Urban Development Association (INTA)


Carmen SANTANA, Specialiste in urban ecology, Archikubik Agency, architect and town planners

Artur SERRA, Director of Research CITILAB - Member-Open Living Labs Associate Director i2CAT

Pablo SANCHEZ CHILLON,  International Innovative urban planner & lawyer

Alain KERGOAT, Strategic Marketing Director at Toshiba Systems France

Gérard HEGRON, Director of GIS Urban Modelisation, Scientific director delegated to the sustainable city - IFSTTAR


15h10-16h10 : Plenary strategic 6


"Innovation districts, an economic booster ?"

In 2017, the City is a brand, a company, a centre of profit! It is a place where industrial innovation is made; where Research and Development is connected to University and its researchers, where the company’s headquarters associate with small digital businesses which carry new uses and trends… How could we gather and synchronize all the entrepreneurship spirit of the city, give them the best framework to blossom, for the good of all?


Dialog Professor Carlos MORENO & Saliha MIMARElected in the development and in the innovative valuation of the SME, Toulouse Metropolis


Pilar CONESA, Anteverti Director, Smart City World Congress Director , Barcelone

Dominique POTIER, Director of Research at the Systematic Cluster Paris-Region 

Benoît KANDEL, First Deputy of City Hall, Nice 

Bertrand MARTIN, Association Espanola de Redes de Calor y Frio - ADHAC 

David ROS, Vice President of General Council of Essonne, Vice President of the Urban Community of Plateau de Saclay 


16h10-16h25 : Keynote speaker 9



 16h25-17h25 : Closing assembly 7

"The consummate city : new uses"

My Life in my City will take a more aesthetic direction. We will modify our lifestyle experimenting with new stylised homes such as eco-sustainable houses and landscaped offices. Mobile applications allow us to manage our purchase from a single Smartphone from beauty courses on the web to online shopping and augmented reality is a common feature. The stake shifted to our pocket, and the “Battle of the Pocket” is raging while the micro-buying revolution is on.


Dialog of Professor Carlos MORENODaniel KAPLAN, Member of National Council of digital technology, Sociologist of the Digital technology and Director of FING


Dae-Young KIM , Chair of APAN (Asia-Pacific Advanced Network)

Sunil DUBEY, University of Sidney Liaison Officer for the Metropolis World Organization in South Asia

Narenda KUMAR GOYALPresident Communication multimedia head infrastructure (CMAI Association of India)

Jean-Louis FRECHIN, Visionary Designer : Design, Innovation & Technology

Eric NIZARD, President of EESTEL

Gilbert MARCIANO, Strategy Marketing director - Industry Analyst Group, Alcatel-Lucent 


17h30 : Closing speech

Mister Jean-Pierre RAFFARIN, Former Prime Minister of  France et President of Prospective & Innovation Fondation



5PLUS CITY OFF - march 21st

Workshop on the metropolitan strategies - March 21 from 9:30 to 11:00 am 




 International Urban Developement Association 


"In 2013, for its 3rd edition, the 5Plus City Forum, an international platform initially oriented on digital innovation and its consequences on citizen’s life in 5 years, takes a new dimension by focusing on the urban issues and gather digital actors with all city’s actors: building industry, lighting, networks and energy companies, supervision enterprises, retail and innovative services business. Our goal is to encourage growing partnerships and innovation dynamics. 


In this context, the next stage of the program In-between Metropolitan Strategies will take place. After the first international meeting at INTA36 World Congress in Paris on "Metropolitan strategy: towards a productive metropolis?", the program focuses this time on local innovation projects or policies that boost the implementation or development of a metropolitan strategy. 


An international workshop, hosted by the International Conference 5Plus City Forum and part of the 5Plus City OFF, on the influence of  innovation on the metropolitan  scale: "How to interconnect or compose key innovation projects or policies to strengthen a metropolitan region?" . The workshop is scheduled on March 21st from 9h30 to 11h00. 


The statement  " How could we create “innovation nests” at the heart of cities?  " will be transposed to the metropolises.


Cases Study : 


The Resilient Region, The Netherlands


Helmut Thoele, Senior Urban Designer Province South Holland, the Netherlands 

Nicolas van Geelen, Senior Economic Advisor, Province South-Holland, the Netherlands 


‘The Resilient Region’ is a research on which spatial and economical instruments the Province of South Holland (the Netherlands) and her partners could use to increase the resilience and the opportunities for and the interaction between its economic clusters. How can new economic networks and investments be attracted to the Province which add value to the resiliance and quality of the region? The research is done in co-creation of different stakeholders.




Jean-Michel Evin, Director AURG Urban Planning Agency of the Grenoble Region


Grenoble Presqu’île

The development of the peninsula, a site of 250 ha (18% of the area of Grenoble) is an opportunity to turn an international innovation campus and a strategic economic pole into a real neighbourhood in the heart of the city and the metropolitan area. The main idea behind is to promote social interactions between students, researchers, employees and future residents around the three poles: a "centre of life”, a "heart of life "and an "outdoor leisure centre". The objective is to create a new urban model for a sustainable, attractive city which get people and functions together. 









L'Atelier sur le baromètre "Ville Numérique", le 21 mars de 10h30 à 12h00


Syntec Numérique a créé un comité « ville numérique » afin de suivre les pratiques  et projets innovants de villes françaises dans différents domaines, avec pour objectifs :


  • d’établir un baromètre de l’utilisation du numérique au service des usages
  • de recenser et partager les projets et réalisations existants
  • de suivre annuellement la progression de l’investissement numérique et le bénéfice pour tous les acteurs d’un territoire.


Pour la ville, ce baromètre permet de recenser dans un seul outil, les différents projets menés. Mais également l’établissement de comparatifs entre villes, et surtout un vivier d’idées pour l’ensemble des communes.


Pour Syntec Numérique, ce baromètre qui synthétise l’ensemble des projets, permet d’en tirer des tendances stratégiques, et d’illustrer le levier apporté par le numérique dans la ville. Il représente aussipour l’Etat, un cliché des pratiques et des usages du numérique sur l’ensemble du territoire urbain.


A suivre, résultat en juin 2013…