Speakers

Andrew Albrecht

Solution Architect, AT&T

Andy has been working in the Smart Cities and Buildings market for over eight years. For the past 15 months Andy has been a Solution Architect for AT&T in their Smart Cities group. He supports the AT&T Smart Cities Business Development team in promoting the value of smart cities technologies to municipalities and utilities across the U.S. Andy started his career with GE and worked there for 18 years. Prior to working as a Solution Architect at GE, Andy held roles in Product Development and Product Management at GE and helped launch technologies in both indoor and outdoor lighting control as well as smart cities. In 2017 AT&T and GE entered into an agreement where AT&T became the exclusive reseller of GE’s smart cities technology, CityIQ. As part of that agreement, Andy moved to AT&T to support the commercialization of CItyIQ.
Andy earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physics from Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio and a Ph.D. in Physics from Clark University in Worcester, MA. He currently lives in Shaker Heights, OH with his wife and two sons.

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AT&T is currently working on major smart cities projects in San Diego, Atlanta and Portland and I'm excited about the new project we are starting in collaboration with National Grid and the city of Schenectady, NY.

Session Details

Monday, June 18 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM 207

s766 - Utilities & Innovative Partnership Driving SMART City Expansion

Communities across the country are turning to utilities to assist them in developing smart-city plans that efficiently deliver existing services, expand the breadth of offerings available for residents, and reduce energy consumption. In New York, for example, the City of Schenectady (the “City” or “Schenectady”), led by Mayor Gary McCarthy, announced “the appointment of a Mayoral Smart City commission to take advantage of new technology for the superior delivery of government services and improved quality of life.” National Grid has partnered with the City to look at what opportunities exist across the market to further those smart-city efforts by proposing this Reforming the Energy Vision (“REV”) demonstration project. Together, the City and the Company along with innovative partners will deploy and evaluate an advanced street lighting platform, which will animate the market for smart-city technologies and services.

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