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Digital 360 Summit is the premier event for senior executives driving industry digitalization, decentralization, and decarbonization.

2020 Keynotes – 16 Total

TXST Research Keynote

Dr. Walter Horton – Chief Research Officer and AVP of Research and Federal Relations at Texas State Univeristy

STAR Park Keynote

Steve Frayser – Executive Director of STAR Park and Co-Director of Materials Applications Research Center at Texas State University

Greater San Marcos Partnership Keynote

Jason Giulietti – President of Greater San Marcos Partnership

CIEDAR Consortium Keynote

Dr. Stan McClellan – Professor at Ingram School of Engineering and Co-Director of CIEDAR Consortium at Texas State University
Andres Carvallo – Professor of Innovation and Co-Director of CIEDAR Consortium at Texas State University

Digital 360 Summit 2020 Hall of Fame Keynote

Jon Wellinghoff – CEO of GridPolicy / Former FERC Chairman & Digital 360 Summit Hall of Famer

Digital 360 Summit 2020 Hall of Fame Inductee Keynote

Pat Wood III – President at Hunt Energy Network / Former Chairman at Dynergy, FERC, Texas PUC

Industry Keynote 1 – Smart Networks

Caroline Chan – VP and GM 5G Infrastructure at Intel

Industry Keynote 2 – Energy & Utilities

Cris Eugster – COO at CPS Energy

Industry Keynote 3 – Smart Buildings & Infrastructure

Pat Meagher – Former VP of Technology at Katerra

Industry Keynote 4 – Smart Water & Wastewater

David Collinsworth – CEO of Brazos River Authority

Industry Keynote 5 – Product Innovation

Dr. J. Pete Blair – Executive Director of Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Center at Texas State University

Industry Keynote 6 – Space Leadership

George Salazar – Human Computing Interfaces Chief Engineer and Leader at NASA

Industry Keynote 7 – Smart Cities

Dr. John Butler – IC2 Endowed Fellow, J. Marion West Chair in Constructive Capitalism, and Director of the Jon Brumley Texas Venture Labs at The University of Texas at Austin.

Industry Keynote 8 – Sensors

Kumi Premathilake – SVP AMI and Utility Automation at Aclara

Industry Keynote 9 – BigData/Software

Stefan Wolf, VP of Utilities Solution Management at SAP

Industry Keynote 10 – Mobility

Jason JonMichael – Assistant Director of Transportation at City of Austin

Industry Keynote 11 – New Regulations & Business Models

Jim Steffes – Former EVP of Corporate Affairs at Direct Energy / Centrica

2020 Speakers

Mar Tarres – VP of Products at Anterix

Jesper Eriksson – VP of Product Management at NoviFlow

Jon Vestal – Chief Architect at Telstra

Liam Quinn – SVP and Senior Fellow at Dell Technologies

Steve Lowe – Director of Utility Solutions at AT&T

Ty Roberts – VP of Product Marketing at Itron

Dr. Semih Aslan – Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Texas State University

Cengizhan Yenerim – Director of Demand Risk Management at Engie

Greg Flay – CTO of Austin Energy

Darren Schauer – CEO & GM of Guadalupe Valley Electric Coop

Phil Nevels – Director of Innovation and Partnerships at Exelon

Dr. John Schemmel – Bruce and Gloria Ingram Chair and Civil Engineering Coordinator and Professor at Texas State University

Scott Hinson – CTO at Pecan Street Inc.

Sunil Cherian – CEO at Spirae

Alpert Uzmezler – CEO of Anka Labs

Jay Zoellner – CEO of Kiwi Power

Dr. Rebecca Davio – Director of Institute for Government Innovation and Associate Professor of Practice in Geography at Texas State University

Jim Good – President of Parkview Advisors

Terrence McCarthy – Manager of Water Conservation and Recycling Policy Group at LADWP

Tacoma Zach – CEO of MentorAPM

Dr. Keisuke Ikehata – Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering at Texas State University

Dave Mackie – CEO of Olead Edge Analytics

Dixon Wright – Chairman of Surety Resource Connection and SVP of Surety at USI

David Crowley – CTO of Birch Infrastructure

Jon Previtali – Director of Technology and Services at Well Fargo

Nathan Wood – Executive Director at Construction Progression Coalition

Mike Bond – Head of North America Surety at Euler Hermes

Jan Rippingale – CEO of BluBanyan

Charlie Isaacs – CTO of Salesforce

Alfred Berkeley – Former President and Vice-Chairman of Nasdaq

Llewellyn King – White House Chronicle

Dennis Gakunga – Chief Sustainability Officer of City of Chula Vista

Helen Ramirez – Deputy City Manager of City of Brownsville

Arun Vedhathiri – Director of New Energy Solutions at National Grid

David Jacot – Director of Efficiency Solutions at Los Angeles Department of Water & Power

Ryan Trujillo – Director of Support Services at City of Colorado Springs

Mark Federle – Managing Director of Smart Grid Solutions at QinetiQ

Giri Iyer – Global Business Development Leader at Sentient-Energy

Kevin Corcoran – Senior Director of Product Management for Grid Modernization at Aclara

Michael Bates – General Manage of Energy at Intel

David Forfia – Chairman fo Gridwise Architecture Council

Brent Lunceford – Principal and Founder of Memstronics

Dr. Ziliang Zong – Director of NSF Cloud and Autonomic Computing Center and Associate Professor of Computer Science at Texas State University

Evan Caron – Chief Strategy Officer at SwytchX

John Matranga – Director at OSIsoft

Sonny Garg – Global Energy Solutions Leader at Uptake and Former CIO of Exelon

Brad Williams – VP Industry Strategy at Oracle Utilities

Dr. James Wilde – Chair, Professor and Interim Director of Concrete Industry Management at Texas State University

Cameron Freberg – EV Strategist at Austin Energy

Alex Keros – Lead Architect of EV Infrastructure at General Motors

Reid Westwood – CEO at Skytran

Darran Anderson – Director of Strategy & Innovation at TX DOT

Chris King – Global Chief Regulatory Officer at Siemens

Eric Padilla – Director of Public Policy at Vistra Energy

Laura Beane – Chief Renewable Officer of Policy at ENGIE

Suzanna Mora-Schrader – Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives at Exelon

Jon Wellinghoff – Founder and CEO of GridPolicy

Dr. Jesus Jimenez – Professor and Interim Director of Ingram School of Engineering at Texas State University

Dr. Tone Lerher – Professor at University of Maribor

Franco van Heijningen – Vice President at CREAN

Michael Raiford – Principal at Raiford LLC and Former Corporate VP at Samsung

John Dwyer – Former VP at Katerra, Flextronics, and Motorola

Dr. Damian Valles – Professor at Texas State University

Digital 360 Summit 2021 Highlight Video

Smart Energy & Utilities Panel Video

Smart Cities Panel Video

Smart Buildings & Infrastructure Panel Video

Smart Mobility Panel Video

Water & Smart Technologies Panel Video

Industrial IoT and Private Networks Panel Video

Smart Factory and Industry 4.0 Panel Video

Sensors & Edge Computing Panel Video

AI & Cloud Computing Panel Video

Industry & New Business Models Panel Video

Audry Zibelman induction into Digital 360 Summit Hall of Fame Video

CMG Smart Utilities, Smart Cities and Beyond Video

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