Innovation & Impact Symposium – May 31

Join us at the Innovation & Impact Symposium on May 31st, 2018! Located at City Hall in San
Jose, CA, the event will feature the latest developments in Advanced Mobility, Energy , and
the Built Environment . The region’s leaders from the startup, corporate, public and research
communities will discuss what it takes to implement these ideas for maximum impact. Featuring

Keynote Presentations by the Mayor of San Jose, Sam Liccardo, and author & futurist, Alex
Innovation & Impact Symposium
WHEN? Thursday, May 31st, 2018 from 8:00am – 5:00pm
(Reception to follow from 5:00pm – 7:00pm)
WHERE? San Jose City Hall
200 E Santa Clara St, San Jose, CA 95113
WHO? Presented by ProspectSV, Silicon Valley’s leading non-profit innovation hub.
TIX? Available at Whova. Order online and also download their event app!
Save 30% off the ticket price by using the event code: [PROMO CODE]

What is it about?
The Innovation and Impact Symposium will take a look at autonomous vehicle technology,
connected vehicle data and security, applied technologies for next-generation buildings, and
much more!

Who is attending?
The Innovation and Impact 2018 Symposium draws attendees from mobility, energy, building
technology and IoT startups, automotive OEMs & tier 1 suppliers, building and distributed
energy service providers, mobility and energy R&D centers, building owners and operators,
technology companies, mobility providers, electric utilities, nonprofits and civic leaders, and

2018 Keynote Speakers:
Sam Liccardo, Mayor of San Jose
Alex Steffen, Author & Futurist
Ruth Cox, CEO, Prospect Silicon Valley
2018 Plenary Panelists:
Jessie Denver, Energy Program Manager, SF Environment
John Eddy, Principal, ARUP
Gil Friend, CSO, City of Palo Alto, CA
George Karayannis, CityNOW, Panasonic
Dragos Maciuca, Technical Director, Ford
Patti Robb, Head of Intel’s Silicon Valley Innovation Center
Shireen Santosham, CIO, Mayor’s office, City of San Jose


Click here to learn more and register to the symposium

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