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April 25-28, 2022
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Smart Cities Pavilion


New in 2022, the IEEE PES T&D Conference and Exposition is excited to announce the addition of the Smart Cities Pavilion. Developed in partnership with IEEE Smart Cities, this dedicated pavilion on the exhibit floor will feature a variety of presentations and case study exhibits showcasing effective collaboration necessary to make smarter cities a reality. Access the latest in new technologies and real-world applications meant to promote business and connect thousands of attendees from around the globe with best practices for urban planning and innovation. 

The Smart Cities Pavilion will provide a platform where public business managers, directors, urban administrators, and international authorities responsible for developing urban policies can offer their services to develop smart cities. Participants can share ideas, experience, and creative approaches to:

  • Smart Cities
  • Smart Buildings
  • Smart Energy
  • Smart Mobility
  • Smart Public Safety

More details, including full participants and pavilion schedule, will be announced soon.

about ieee smart cities

The IEEE Smart Cities Program brings together IEEE’s broad array of technical societies and organizations to advance state of the art smart city technologies for the benefit of society. IEEE Smart Cities is supported by IEEE Communications Society, IEEE Control Systems Society, IEEE Industry Applications Society, IEEE Power & Energy Society, IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society, and the Council on Electronic Automation Design. Learn more about us here.

Lead the Conversation: Call for Speakers

Submission deadline: january 16, 2022

The IEEE T&D Smart Cities Pavilion will include a stage for industry leaders to share knowledge and experience about the future of Smart Cities through short format 15-minutes TECHTalks. If interested, please submit the form below.

Topics that we are interested in covering through TECHTalks are:

  • Smart City Infrastructure and Services:
    • Energy grid
    • Telecommunication
    • Street lighting
    • Smart buildings
  • Smart City and Utility Operation: 
    • Command and control center
    • Emergency response and resiliency of the grid
    • Smart public safety
  • Smart Infrastructure for Smart Data Transformation:
    • Cybersecurity
    • Big data
    • IoT
    • Cloud
    • AI
  • Smart Mobility:
    • Electric vehicles
    • Fleet and public transportation
    • Charging infrastructure
  • Governance and Funding

presentation guidelines

Accepted TECHTalks are available for $2,000 per accepted submission from manufacturers and service providers. In addition:

  • A limited number of discounted opportunities are available for start-up companies with innovative solutions
  • Accepted submissions from government agencies, utilities, municipalities, or academic speakers will be made available at no charge

Additional guidelines include:

  • No utility or municipality specific confidential information
  • No competitor targeting
  • No active marketing
  • No product demonstration
  • No goodies/gifts

presentation Schedule

Tuesday, April 26 – Thursday, April 28.

*Specific times to be assigned at time of acceptance.

To apply

Submissions will be limited to a maximum of five (5) pages using the form below. The deadline to submit is January 16, 2022.

Applicants will be advised via email of acceptance or rejection by January 27, 2022