Red de ciudades inteligentes del noreste de Asia
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Red de ciudades inteligentes del noreste de Asia
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Red de ciudades inteligentes del noreste de Asia
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In preparation for an inaugural Meeting of Northeast Asia Smart Cities Network (NEASCN) with founding members in 2021, the NEASCN Online Pre-Worskhop will showcase a foretaste of NEASCN in its mobilization of local governments, investors, and enablers to develop more bankable and sustainable smart city action plans. Smart city experts from cities, regional networks and project financing partners will convene online to prompt this regional cooperation by sharing visions and plans for long-term cooperation.

NEASCN will bring together neighboring partners of cities and regions across Northeast Asia to share best practices, develop short- and/or long-term action plans for smart city development, identify areas of overlap across action plans, and pursue initiatives toward project implementation.

Fecha: 2020.12.09
Horario:15: 00-17: 00 (KST)
Plataforma: Zoom

* Exclusivo solo para participantes registrados.

PROGRAMA

15:00 - 15:05

Saludos del Secretario General de WeGO

15:05 - 15:10

Introducción de WeGO y NEASCN

15:10 - 15:35

Smart Cities Network Partners in Northeast Asia

This session aims to set the common ground for the establishment of the Northeast Asia Smart Cities Network, assembling the representatives of regional and international networks to advocate their dedication to support the regional cooperation among China, Japan, Republic of Korea (ROK), Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), Russia, and Mongolia under the scope of smart city. 

The network partners representing each region will help pave the way by sharing their perspectives and experience in multilateral collaboration across the region. The presentations will elaborate on whats, whos, hows and whys of the successful cases of joint initiatives, through which we will discover new potential synergy of the international cooperation.

Each representative will also present the current development status, on-going initiatives and the expected achievements in order for the local governments, corporations, and multilateral development banks to concretely envision and help develop scalable and bankable smart city projects across the region.

Jeon Inhyun, General Manager, Korea Land and Housing Corporation (LH)
Tserendulam SH, Director, Healthy Cities Network of Mongolia (HCNM)
Alexander Prilepin, Office Head, Union of Russian Cities (URC)

15:30 - 15:35

Q & A

15:35 - 16:25

Mesa redonda con expertos en financiación y ciudades de NEASCN

Part I – Presentations by smart cities in Northeast Asia

Presentations from exemplars in the region on smart city initiatives including the project status, challenges, outcomes, key enabling factors, and future plans, including through international cooperation within NEASCN. The session will see CIOs, CTOs and experts from cities across countries in Northeast Asia summarize their smart city initiatives, which serve as the basis of the smart city action plans (SCAPs) that will lay out their focal objectives as members of this new network, as guides in identifying their priorities and implementing their projects.

Wang Dajun, Deputy Director, Shanghai Municipality
Sungchan Cho, General Director, Academy of Northeast Asian Studies

Part II – Discussion with project financing experts

Project financing experts from development agencies and multilateral development banks will be invited to share their opinions on the importance of NEASCN in building a smart and sustainable future and brainstorm measures to facilitate the process of financing smart city projects necessary in transforming cities across Northeast Asia. Project financing experts will share feedback on cities’ presentations, and exchange ideas and experience on the questions below:

Q1. What types of projects appropriate for Northeast Asian cities could be foreseen to attract financing, publicly or privately?
Q2. What are common big issues that these cities face in accessing project financing?

Sungsoo Jung, Director, Economic Development Cooperation Fund (EDCF)
Seok Yong Yoon, Principal Specialist, Asian Development Bank (ADB)
Erdenebayar D., Director, National Development Agency of Mongolia (NDA)

16:25 - 16:35

Q & A

16:35 - 16:40

Introducción del grupo de trabajo de NEASCN y planes sobre el desarrollo del marco de NEASCN

WeGO, together with members of the Task Force, will present the plan to develop an NEASCN Framework and deliver an overview of the progress so far. The presentation will also explore the next steps (including a call for feedback from Pre-Workshop attendees) for the Task Force to finalize the Framework.

16:40 - 16:45

Conclusiones y lista de tareas pendientes para la reunión inaugural de NEASCN

Cooperación regional de las 500 ciudades inteligentes de China
Centro de China para el Desarrollo Urbano (TBD)

La 'nueva política del norte' de Corea para las ciudades inteligentes
Corporación de Tierras y Vivienda de Corea (TBD)

Cooperación interurbana con el Lejano Oriente ruso
Planificación estratégica y desarrollo de territorios de Rusia
Jefe de la oficina de proyectos

Unión de ciudades rusas

Ciudades inteligentes para una Mongolia saludable
Dr. Tserendulam SH
Red de ciudades saludables de Mongolia
Directora

Shanghai

Sr. Wang Dajun
Comisión de Transporte del Municipio de Shanghai
Subdirector de la División de Ciencia, Tecnología e Información

Raason  

Dr. Sungchan Cho
Academia de Estudios del Nordeste Asiático
Director general

Fukuoka

Ulán Bator

Sr. O.Chinzorig
Metropolitano de Ulán Bator
Jefe de Departamento de tecnología de la información

 EDCF (Fondo de Cooperación para el Desarrollo Económico, Corea)

Sr. Sungsoo Jung
Fondo de Cooperación para el Desarrollo Económico
Director del Departamento de Planificación y Coordinación de EDCF

ADB (Banco Asiático de Desarrollo) 

NDA (Agencia Nacional de Desarrollo, Mongolia)

Sr. Erdenebayar D
Agencia Nacional de Desarrollo de Mongolia
Director Sectorial del Departamento de Regulación y Políticas de Desarrollo