Many cities and municipalities are currently moving forward towards digitalisation and transformation into community-oriented smart cities. The core challenge is to collect the data and manage it for strategic use in urban development. At the same time, a number of unresolved questions still need to be answered around the topics of data governance, data quality, data sovereignty, and law, which currently prevent an efficient and cross-organisational use of the data treasures.
The 4th Forum »Urban Data« offers participants insights into data science and data-oriented smart cities and gives an overview of urban data governance as a solution concept. In addition to expert presentations, the agenda includes practical exercises based on case studies as well as space for exchanging experiences.
Martin Montag, Head of Sales Public Sector, will participate and give a keynote speech.
Germany’s largest congress for the digitization in the public sector
As a driving force for the future of a modern public administration and smart cities, Smart Country Convention (SCCON) provides a central contact point for all key players who want to drive the digital change. It is all about the successful digitization of federal, state, and local authorities.
With their latest technological developments, top innovators in the digital sector meet key decision-makers of federal, state, and local authorities as well as renowned experts from science and associations.
Smart City Expo World Congress (SCEWC) is the international leading event for cities where thought-leaders and experts from all over the world come together to share insights on how to make cities more sustainable and livable. It provides a unique meeting spot for smart city leaders to promote social innovation, help establish partnerships and identify collaboration opportunities dedicated to creating a better future for cities and their citizens.
Hawa Dawa will exhibit its air quality management solution at the Bayern International booth.
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Addressing the environmental impacts on communities in the United States and around the world requires innovative and sustainable solutions guided by science. California is a global leader in environmental policy and technology, making San Francisco a unique location for the 2022 Annual Conference.
From June 27 – 30, 2022, the Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA) will bring leading environmental scientists, practitioners, regulators, and companies to San Francisco to share the latest initiatives addressing environmental issues facing communities such as climate change, exposure reduction through innovative technology and regulatory approaches, sustainability, community monitoring, and environmental justice.
Hawa Dawa will be exhibiting its solution at the conference and is located in Booth 208.
This year’s HANNOVER MESSE, one of the world’s largest industrial trade fairs, will be held again in 2022 from 30.05-02.06.2022 after a break due to corona.
The Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Protection (BMWK) will be present with its own stand and a stage programme.
In this context, Birgit Fullterton, CTO at Hawa Dawa and winner of the “Founders Competition – Digital Innovations” and “Digital Start-up of the Year” will take part as a panellist in the Female Founders Talk with Franziska Brantner, Parliamentary State Secretary at the BMWK on 31.05.2022 from 10.30 -11.30 a.m. on the stage of the BMWK stand.
In the one-hour format, Birgit Fullerton will discuss relevant issues on current start-up topics with Franziska Brantner and three other female founders in addition to a short start-up pitch.
World’s Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management
Being the largest platform for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management, IFAT gathers the industry from all over the world—its innovative offers set benchmarks for the future. Modern and future-oriented environmental technologies are at the forefront, as the burdens of the growing industry and the associated consumption of resources require international action.
IFAT also offers an extensive supporting programme with conferences, symposia, workshops and forums on current technologies, topics, and trends.
At the enkeltauglichen Wirtschaftsgipfel, experienced and new sustainable business pioneers learn from each other.
The co-creatively designed congress provides space for an intensive exchange at eye level and offers the opportunity to learn from each other and to shape things together. All impulses come from the participants themselves and are based on concrete, practical experiences. The spectrum ranges from strategies and best practices to failures and current challenges.
Yvonne Rusche will give a keynote speech on the topic of scaling in the afternoon.
ChangeNOW Summit is the world’s largest event for the planet in Paris and brings together the most innovative solutions and impactful changemakers tackling our planet’s biggest challenges to take action together.
The summit builds bridges between entrepreneurs, business leaders and policy-makers to accelerate change.
Hawa Dawa will exhibit as one of the 1000 solutions for the planet at the Microsoft booth at the solution expo.
Auf dem Fachtag Smart City in Aalen dreht sich alles um innovative Smart City Lösungen, um diese Bürger*innen, Interessierten und Fachleute greifbar zu machen, und den Transferdialog im Hinblick auf Herausforderungen und Chancen. Martin Montag, Head of Public Sector/ Head of Sales bei Hawa Dawa wird einen Impulsvortrag zum Thema “Umweltdaten – Grundlage nachhaltiger Stadtentwicklung” beitragen.
Umweltdaten, besonders Luftqualitätsdaten, sind Infrastrukturdaten, die im Kontext von vernetzten Daten enorm an Bedeutung gewinnen. In seinem Vortrag gibt Martin Montag Anregungen, wie diese optimal innerhalb von Smart City Strategien nutzbar gemacht werden können. Dabei zeigt er den Ansatz zur zielgerechten Erfassung bis hin zur optimalen Integration der Daten z.B. innerhalb von Smart City Datenplattformen. Darauf aufbauend gibt er Beispiele für konkrete Nutzungsszenarien durch Bürger, Unternehmen und die Verwaltung.
The Air Sensors International Conference (ASIC) brings stakeholders from academia, government, communities, and commercial interests together to promote and advance air pollution sensors, improve the data quality from these sensors, expand the pollutants measured, and foster community involvement in monitoring air quality.
Karim Tarraf, CEO of Hawa Dawa, is part of the session “the potential of air sensors for personalizing and advancing human health research” and will give a poster presentation on “high-resolution air quality data for exposure management”.
Next week, Karim is giving insights into Hawa Dawa‘s expansion journey to the U.S. at German Accelerator‘s ‚Startup Lunch Lesson‘. Join him on April 19th at 1 PM CET and learn why we chose the U.S. market, what our experience has been so far, and what we’ve learned along the way!
You can find more information and the registration link here: https://bit.ly/3v8N7Z7
Looking forward to seeing you there!
11th Sustainable Cities Conference
“Cities in Transition”
The 11th Sustainable Cities Conference; Cities in Transition will focus on how our cities face the diverse challenges that range from population growth, rapid urbanism, financial obstacles while at the same time, not making the link between planning and implementation. The conference will cover topics related to low carbon infrastructure, developments within the context of cities along with shedding light on the role of municipalities in achieving sustainability while discussing financial and economic opportunities. Furthermore, the conference will offer space to learn from the experience of the cities that previously hosted the COP while linking them to the actions and plans for the upcoming COP in Egypt.
Karim Tarraf will be one of the panellists discussing “Artificial Intelligence, Data and Digitalization in the service of Sustainability”. The session will discuss how cities are utilizing different technologies into making their cities more sustainable.
Die Nutzung von Sensorsystemen zur Messung der Luftqualität nimmt in den letzten Jahren stetig zu und umfasst mittlerweile viele verschiedene Anwendungsbereiche. Die zunehmende Zahl an Sensorsystemen stellt die Anwender vor neue Herausforderungen, insbesondere hinsichtlich der Auswertung, Beurteilung und Qualität der gewonnenen Messdaten.
Vor diesem Hintergrund wurde bereits im Jahr 2018 ein erster VDI Workshop „Sensormesstechnik für die Außenluft – Status, Grenzen und Visionen“ durchgeführt. Der zweite Workshop schließt an die erste Veranstaltung an. Im Gegensatz zur Veranstaltung in 2018 ist er nicht auf die Experten der KRdL beschränkt und bietet, einer Empfehlung des ersten Workshops folgend, ein Forum für den Informationsaustausch aller interessierter Fachkreise.
Frank Felten, Chief Product Officer von Hawa Dawa, wird hier einen Vortrag zum Thema “Air Quality Monitoring in Mainz – Entwicklung der Messgenauigkeit vor dem Hintergrund verschiedener Anwendungsinteressen” beitragen.