Program - ITAPA 2019 International Congress

07:30
Registration of Participants
08:30
8:30 – 9:45 Strategic Direction
08:30
Lucia Kondáš, ITAPA
Introductory speech
08:35
Richard Raši, Deputy Prime Minister for Investments and Informatization of the Slovak Republic
Opening ceremony
08:50
Martina Lubyová, Minister of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic
Speech
09:05
Petr Očko, Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic
Building an ecosystem for the development of AI and new technologies in the Czech Republic
09:15
Daniel Bogiatzis Gibbons, Behavioural Insights Team
Kristína Londáková, Behavioural Insights Team
Harnessing the power of data science for public sector
09:25
Eckhard Hohwieler, Fraunhofer Institute, Berlín
Digital transformation towards Industrie 4.0
09:35
Andrej Aleksiev, Check Point
How do we see it
09:45
Coffee-Break
10:15
10:15 - 11:45 Global Trends in Digitalization

This panel will present global trends that affect life in Europe in a significant way. Gradual restructuring of the labor market, automation and disappearing professions are current challenges that countries are facing and Slovakia is no exception to it. The increasing importance of data will create new opportunities as well as threats. While development has been traditionally measured through purely economic indicators, data are becoming the „oil“ of the future.  Are there more effective tools that can offer a truer picture of development? Along with the advent of new technologies, new dilemmas are emerging. Are we ready for the ethical challenges associated with the gradual introduction of artificial intelligence into the normal functioning of our lives?

11:45
11:45 - 12:30 Intelligent Healthcare
Smart health is not about the expected intelligence of healthcare professionals associated with the longest professional training, but mostly about the ever-increasing possibilities of smart ICT tools in this field. The aim is to contribute to the role of using data for the diagnosis and subsequent therapy of patients in the efficient use of existing ICT tools.
11:45
Lucia Kondáš, ITAPA
Introductory speech
12:10
Miriam Lapuníková, University Hospital with the Policlinic of F. D. Roosevelt
What are the costs on patients in a hospital
12:20
Jozef Benčík, SAS
Analytics for Smarter Healthcare
12:30
Lunch
13:30
SEKCIA2
13:30 –15:00 Inteligentné zdravotníctvo
13:30
Allan Böhm, Academy Research Organization
Introductory speech
13:40
Ján Tomášik, NCZI
Ján Mikolaj, Asseco Central Europe
eHealth in Numbers
14:00
Vladimír Mičieta, MEDTRONIC
Healthcare based on data and results
14:10
Jozef Babeľa, University Hospital with the Policlinic of F. D. Roosevelt
Robotic assisted surgery via da Vinci systém
14:20
14:25
13:30 – 15:00 Cloud in public administration
13:30
Peter Weber, IT Asociácia Slovenska
Introductory speech by the moderator
13:35
Andrea Sedláková, European Commission
State of government cloud implementation in EU Member States
13:45
Peter Kucer, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic for Investments and Informatization
Government cloud - government cloud services
13:55
Emanuel Darmanin, Malta Information Technology Agency
MITA’s role in the Digital Transformation of Maltese Public Administration
14:05
Peter Kováč, Aliter Technologies
Public Cloud Migration - Best Practice
14:15
Mikuláš Strelecký, Interway
Hybrid native PaaS platform
14:25
Marian Šimegh, National Health Information Center
Increasing the availability of eHealth
14:35
Andrea Sedláková, European Commission
Peter Kucer, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic for Investments and Informatization
Emanuel Darmanin, Malta Information Technology Agency
Peter Kováč, Aliter Technologies
Mikuláš Strelecký, Interway
Marian Šimegh, National Health Information Center
Discussion
13:30- 15:00 Digital Transformation
13:30
Radoslav Repa, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic for Investments and Informatization
Introductory speech
13:40
Matej Michalko, Decent
Michaela Kollárová, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic for Investments and Informatization
Gabriel Galgóci, AT&T
Adrian Vyčítal, IPM Group
Matej Stuška, O2 Slovakia
Vladimír Bužek, SLOVAK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
Juraj Pavlovič, Tachyum
Róbert Gálik, Atos IT Solutions and Services
Discussion
13:30 –15:00 Smart Cities

Smart City has become a phrase commonly used by politicians, experts and mayors. The term „Smart“ has different connotations, starting from smart benches to more comprehensive ones that involve the complexity of the city management ecosystem, data management, analytics and deployment of IoT solutions. This panel offers a cross-section of successful smart projects that were successfully implemented into practical life.

13:30
Samuel Arbe, ITAPA
Introductory speech
13:40
Peter Bjørn Larsen, Smart City Insights
Smart City in Practice
14:20
14:50
Adam Kapala, Atos IT Solutions and Services
SHAR-Q is an open and lightened IoT platform
15:00
Coffee-break
15:20
15:20 – 17:00 Digital Challenges in Slovakia

In the context of the 2020 parliamentary elections and the escalating preparation of the new programming period, key actors of relevant political parties will be given the opportunity to present their own vision of effectively building a digital state. The Roundtable debate is not only intended to highlight the different political approaches of individual political parties but also to find a consensus about strategic political decisions. Parties with a real chance to form  a new government will discuss the nature of political decisions that will be implemented in a period of eight years.

15:20
Emil Fitoš, ITAS
Lucia Kondáš, ITAPA
Introductory speech
15:30
Emil Fitoš, ITAS
Story of Slovak eGovernment
15:40
Michal Truban, Leader of political party Progresívne Slovensko
Richard Sulík, Leader of political party Sloboda a Solidarita
Alojz Hlina, Leader of political party KDH
Marek Antal, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic for Investments and Informatization
Eduard Heger, OĽANO
Diskusia politických predstaviteľov
17:00
End of the First Day of Congress with Glass of Wine