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Smart grids, smart cities, smart transport, smart metering,
smart water, smart services, MtoM, IoT, Big Data etc.
Smart technologies to improve attractiveness and sustainability
of cities and territories serving citizens.
A congress (conferences + exhibition)
centred around broadband and smart grids
to serve cities and territories
NEW VENUE
NEW DATES!
PARIS
PORTE DE VERSAILLES
PAVILLON 5.1
7 & 8 OCTOBER 2015
Concurrently with
The SMARTGRID SMARTCITY event
will be held jointly with IBS:
Find over 2 days all broadband and ultrafast
broadband applications, solutions and
innovations, smart grids for cities and
territories, energy efficiency, and smart
buildings.
Smart networks for smart cities
www.smartgrid-smartcity.com
@salonsmartgrid
Smart Grid + Smart City – 2nd edition
A new place and new dates:
Paris Porte de Versailles, 7-8 October 2015
2014 Review
The Congress (Conferences + Exhibition) centred around Broadband and Smart Grids
to serve Cities and Territories has established its pedigree right from its 1st edition.
Such winning synergy, marked by outstanding visitorship, market expert exhibitors,
dynamic exchanges, and attractiveness of the conference agenda of both IBS Trade
Show and SmartGrid + SmartCity Congress, helped pool 4,644 professional visitors(*).
The Congress provided an opportunity for having an update on market trends (smart
grids, smart cities, smart transports, smart metering, MtoM, and smart services, a supplemental approach to the smart building offering), and helping businesses and local authorities set up smart technologies serving citizens.
This major professional meeting helped raise issues within a fast-growing industry
The data boom initiated through the deployment of NICTs has resulted in
ultra-connected cities which are now facing data security hazards. Today, protective
solutions are available.
With respect to smart grid interoperability, open developments are emerging in
Europe, thus helping integrate data generated by a variety of networks.
And also to provide material answers for cities and citizens
As a response to the development of new urban uses, in particular electric vehicles
which require networks to be adjusted, multiple solutions now help store and integrate
renewable energy sources in current power supply networks and urban smarts grids.
Mobile networks play a prominent part in the technical and value chain for the
development of smart cities, and provide access to applications and cloud computing
which help bring together local authorities and the citizens they are answerable to.
Today, deploying ultrafast broadband (UFBB) networks over any territory is a further
key factor added to a community's other attractiveness factors and helps attract active
households and especially businesses.
Synergy with the IBS (Intelligent Building Systems) Trade Show to be held concurrently
with
the Smart Grid + Smart City Congress
(*) including 1,327 visitors specifically attending the Smart Grid + Smart City event
KEY DATA:
70% of the world's population, or 6.3 billion
individuals, will live in urban areas by 2050.
The Smart Cities market should increase fourfold by
2020, to $2.1 billion (source: Nikkei BP)
The global Smart Electrical Grid market will be an
estimated €30 billion in 2015, or an estimated
annual growth of approx. 10% (source: RTE)
France's Smartgrid market (power, natural gas,
and water): €8 billion aggregate investment
between 2014 and 2021 (source: Xerfi)
Big Data – An estimated global market of
$24 billion in 2016 (annual growth up 31.7%),
€2.8 billion and over 100,000 direct jobs in France
(source: AFDEL)
The Smart Metering market shall account for
approx.. $22.2 billion in 2020 versus $5.8 billion in
2010; 800 million smart meters shall be installed
worldwide by 2018.
(Source: Pike Research)
Full UFBB coverage of the territory is expected by
2022: €20 billion over ten years.
France has already 2.5 million landline and UFBB
subscribers, including 800,000 with fibre optics to
the home (FTTH), or an annual growth rate up 67%
(Source: France Très Haut Débit)
7 GOOD REASONS FOR PARTICIPATING
IN 2015 SMART GRID + SMART CITY
Visitors' Profiles
Who visits?
A qualified, project-holder visitorship
Public sector (function)
Elected representatives
1
1,327 decision-makers and project holders
100% professionals
Public sector (elected representatives & public decision-makers)
and private sector (SMEs and major accounts)
2
• Local & regional councillors
• Directors & executives of EPCIs*
3
• Managing & administrative directors
• Town planners & design firms
4
• Civil service managers
5
• Heads of departments
6
• Business leader
• KOLs, architects, economists
• Managers/heads of design firms
High-standard website
1 content that is updated on a daily basis in relation to social utilities (250 subscribers to Twitter @salonsmartgrid)
1 website, active all year long – a true exchange & information hub
• Engineers/Technicians
• Project managers/Product managers
Effective promotional & media system
15 targeted, quality media & institutional partners
14 e-mail waves transmitted on a base of 70 000 contacts, i.e. over 980 000 targeted e-mails
1 powerful media plan with many advertising inserts
1 specialised press agency (29 journalists came and 50+ articles were published in the press in 2014)
Private sector (function)
• Top Management
Appropriate participation options
Our package offering covers all items for you participation: stand, demo workshop, contribution to conference,
and communications tools before, during and after the event.
'Turnkey' offer from €4,650 excl. VAT
• Engineers/technicians/controllers
*Public inter-municipal co-operation institutions
High-standard content
Programme of 14 conferences & theme roundtables
Experience feedback & testimonials from users
54 committed contributors
Exhibitors' workshops aimed at exchanging and convincing
Public decision-makers
• Departments managers/ heads
Positioning
Format combining conferences + exhibition
'Exhibition' unit = 1 panel of solutions, innovations and applications
Synergy with IBS (Intelligent Building Systems) trade show
(6th edition – 150 exhibitors & 4,644 professional visitors)
• Mayors & deputy mayors
• Regional authorities' presidents & vice-presidents
High-standard audience*
7
Your own industry's quality and drive
Ongoing innovations that must be presented and demonstrated
An ecosystem in a never-ending search for partnerships
New industries and trades to be informed and won
* 2014 edition's audience data
THE CONGRESS
Examples of topics covered in 2014:
• Smart Grids: A French industry that is building up with a view to developing markets
in France and internationally.
• How to integrate renewable energy sources in urban smart grids and current power
supply systems?
• 3G, 4G, 5G, WiFi, and licence-free frequencies: What role for mobile networks in smart
cities?
• Multimodal information systems: Interoperability of MISs in France,
• Data serving cities and territories' governance,
• Storage solutions for renewable energy,
• Electric mobility: Development opportunities for cities and citizens,
• Security: What are the risks – and solutions – for connected cities?
• Ultrafast Broadband and territories' competitiveness: Testimonials and experience
feedback from businesses for which UFBB has been a key factor in location selection.
• State of the art regarding smart grid interoperability.
• How can mobility and applications help local authorities improve the service
provided to citizens?
• How can citizens and cities cooperate with a view to reducing power consumption?
• Transition to smart cities: How to design our cities?
About the 2015 Congress
Over 2 days:
• The conference programme, a specific content and genuine
added value of the Congress prepared by a steering
committee of market experts and observers, will strongly
mobilise on themes directly related to current facts: smart
micro-grids, smart electrical grids at territorial level; Interoperability between recharging terminals for electric
vehicles; A smart grid at the level of an economic activity
area; Smart water: Current status? What prospects? Big
Data: How do telecom operators utilise your own data?
…
• 60 exhibiting companies and workshops presenting the
latest innovations in terms of products, services and solutions in the field of smart grids, ultrafast broadband, MtoM,
IoT and Big Data.
• Business meetings of exhibitors with project-holding visitors shall be arranged during the event
2014 Contributors'
testimonials:
This was an opportunity to exchange with public
and private players in the field of smart cities. The
event helped us meet potential partners and get a
representative overview of smart city/smart grid innovations.
Paul Benoit – CEO - QARNOT COMPUTING
I emphasised the importance of the 'France
Très Haut Débit' programme and the need for coordinated deployment of digital infrastructures to provide services to smart cities and smart grids, at the
conference on digital town & country planning.
Richard TOPER –CEO - SETICS
The conference on smart cities helped emphasise
the telecom issues in projects both in France and in
emerging countries.
Jean-Michel Huet – Associate Director
BEARING POINT
HOW TO EXHIBIT
Exhibitors' Profiles
WHO EXHIBITS?
Simple formats (outside packages)
Basic shell scheme
BROADBAND & NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURES
• Infrastructure operators, telecom operators or MVNOs
• Manufacturers operating on grids built by local authorities
• Suppliers of broadband and ultrafast solutions and applications
• Suppliers/integrators of MtoM and IoT network solutions
SMART SYSTEMS (smart grids, smart metering, erasing, and smart pipes)
• Energy suppliers and producers
• Transport and distribution system managers
• Software suppliers
• Manufacturers of equipment, hardware, network infrastructures,
communicating meters, and semiconductors
DATA UTILISATION / BIG DATA (IT and Analytics)
• Suppliers of IT, Data and Big Data solutions (data mining, business
intelligence, and decision-making big data)
• Suppliers specialising in Big Data analytics
• Suppliers of Big Data hardware and software
• Companies specialising in data analytics
• Suppliers of data handling, data utilisation, collecting system, visualisation,
exploration, and integrator prediction solutions and services
• Integrators
• BI publishers
• IT service providers, and consultancy firms
ELECTRIC MOBILITY (smart cars)
• Manufacturers of terminals & chargers for electric vehicles
• Providers of car-sharing solutions/services
• Vehicle manufacturers/vehicle equipment manufacturers
• Mobility operators
SMART TRANSPORT SYSTEMS
• Telecommunication operators & transmission media
• Traffic management equipment manufacturers
• Open data and collaborative approach
Bare floor surface (floor marking)
Price: €485.00 net per sq.m. / excl. VAT
Fitted stand
Modular structure, fitted carpet, 1 furniture allocation of €60 per sq.m.
Price: €640.00 net per sq.m. / excl. VAT
Packages (including stand)
PLATINUM package
Includes a 12-sq.m. Pack stand,
1 electric wiring
1 furniture allocation (basic supply: €60 per sq.m.)
2 contributions at conferences
1 description of your company on the show's website
1 logo on the show's website
1 banner on the show's website
1 logo on hard copy communication
1 logo on electronic communication
1 emailing to pre-registered visitors
1 post-show emailing to actual visitors
1,000 free invitation cards
List of attendees at your conferences (opt-in)
Price: €13,900.00 / excl. VAT
GOLD package
Includes a 9-sq.m. Pack stand,
1 electric wiring
1 furniture allocation (basic supply: €60 per sq.m.)
1 contribution at conferences
1 description of your company on the show's website
1 logo on the show's website
600 free invitation cards
List of attendees at your conferences (opt-in)
Price: €9,300,00 / excl. VAT
SILVER package
Includes a 9-sq.m. Pack stand,
1 electric wiring
1 furniture allocation (basic supply: €60 per sq.m.)
1 description of your company on the show's website
1 logo on the show's website
300 free invitation cards
Price: €4,650.00 / excl. VAT
LIST OF EXHIBITORS AND PARTNERS IN 2014*
1100F – 3E MEDIAS - ABB FRANCE - ACTILITY – ACTIVE DBS - ACTIVE3D/GROUPE ARCHIMEN - ACTU-ENVIRONNEMENT - ADVANCITY - ADWAVE - AERGY - ALERTEO - ALLIED TELESIS APILOG AUTOMATION - ARC INFORMATIQUE - ARCOM - AREAL - ARVENI - ASPROM - ASTRA TELECOM - ATEMATION - AVERE-France - AZENN - BACNET - BATIACTU - BELIMO - BELPARTS
- BOUYGUES Energie & Services - BTIB – [email protected] - CALEFFI - CALOON - CAP TECHNOLOGIE - CARL SOFTWARE - CARLO GAVAZZI - CCF SONEPAR - CENAERO – CIRCUTOR - CODRA COEXENS - COFELY SERVICES - COMATEC - COMPTEUR-ENERGIE.COM - CONTROL & PROTECTION - CREDO - DAPESCO - DEXMA - DISTECH CONTROLS - DISTRAME - DURAPOLE - E+E
ELEKTRONIK - ECHY - EFFICAP ENERGIE - EGREEN - ENDETEC HOMERIDER - ENERDIS – ENOCEAN ALLIANCE - ENVIRONNEMENT & TECHNIQUE - ETHERA - EWATTCH - EWON – EXAKOM
AUTOMATION - FACTORY SYSTEMES WONDERWARE - FIDELIX - FIRIP - FLUDIA - FREESCALE – FTZ INFORMATIQUE - GA-MM - GE INDUSTRIAL SOLUTIONS - GE INTELLIGENT PLATFORMS
- GREEN ALTERNATIVE - GREENGEST - GREENPRIZ – GTBAT - HABITAT & TECHNOLOGIES - HAGER – HELVAR - ICONICS - IGNES – INFOELECTRICIEN.COM – INFORENOVATEUR.COM - INNOVIA - ITV INTELLIGENT BUILDINGS - IP SYSTEMES - J&D ELECTRONICS - J3E - JOHNSON CONTROLS - JS AUTOMATION - KEP France - KIEKBACK & PETER - KNX FRANCE - LE JOURNAL
DES TELECOMS - LE MONDE DE L’INDUSTRIE - LEM - LES SMARTGRIDS FRANCE - LINAWARE - LOCALEO - LONMARK France - LOYTEC ELECTRONICS – L’USINE NOUVELLE - M2OCITY –
MAINTENANCE & ENTREPRISE - METZ CONNECT FRANCE - MICRONISER - MIOS - MIV SOFT - NETSEENERGY – NEWRON SYSTEM - NKE ELECTRONICS - OCEA SMART BUILDING - OPC
FOUNDATION - PHILIPS - PHOENIX CONTACT - PLANON SITE ALPHA - PRIMION - PRODUAL - QOS ENERGY - QUALISTEO – QUALITE REFERENCES – RD-TECH ENERGY - REGIN - REGULATION FRANCE – RESEAU ARCOM ENERGIES SERVICES - REVAME GROUPE – REVUE DES COLLECTIVITES LOCALES - REXEL France – SAIA BURGESS CONTROLS - SAUTER REGULATION
- SBA - SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC - SERELEC N.V - SES AUTOMATION - SIEMENS - SLAT POWER SUPPLIES - SMART IMPULSE - SOCOMEC - SOCOREL - SOLSTYCE - SOMFY - SVDI - TECHNILOG
- TRANE - TREND CONTROLS - UBIANT - UBIGREEN - UNIGRID SOLUTIONS - USILINK SMARTUSE - VAISALA - VESTA SYSTEM - VITEC UBIWIZZ - WAGO CONTACT - WATTECO - WEBDYN –
WIELAND ELECTRIC - WIT - ZENNIO AVANCE Y TECNOLOGIA - ZIGBEE ALLIANCE …
*List of exhibitors and partners – 2014 IBS trade show and Smart Grid + Smart City congress (conferences + exhibition)
CNIT PARIS
LA DEFENSE
HALL PIERRE CURIE
7-8 OCTOBER 2015
1 VENUE = 2 COMPLEMENTARY EVENTS
Concurrently with the Smartgrid-Smartcity event,
visit a 2-day show at Porte de Versailles, Paris
6th édition
2015 Partners
2 days
14 workshops
20 conferences
150 exhibitors
4,644 professional visitors
IBS + Smart Grid/City Congress
www.smartgrid-smartcity.com
IF YOU WISH TO EXHIBIT,
PLEASE CONTACT US NOW:
Show Manager: Guillaume Courcelle
Sales Manager: Gaël Lichan
Conference Manager: Florence de Courtenay
Exhibitors' Relations: Sonia Lefebvre
Press Relations: Marie-Christine Flahault
Belval Communication
An event organised by
Infopromotions
15, rue de l’abbé Grégoire 75006 Paris – France
Tel : +33(0) 1 44 39 85 00 - Fax : +33(0) 1 45 44 30 40
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