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As the world’s leading event for cities, Smart City Expo World Congress provides a unique meeting point for the whole smart city ecosystem. Corporate leaders, public representatives, entrepreneurs, experts and academics from all around the globe come together to learn from each other, share experiences, talk about best practices, and open new paths for international collaboration.
At the SmartCity Summit in Lower Rhine, the public sector meets industry. Digitalization experts, medium-sized executives, innovative startups, institutions and associations from science and research as well as actors from municipalities will shape the city of tomorrow in the event hangar at Mönchengladbach Airport on December 2nd.
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Smart Cities brauchen sowohl Visionen als auch konkrete, erlebbare und nutzenbringende Lösungen. Die Stadt der Zukunft braucht eine Strategie, die weit über das Digitale hinausgeht.
Sie ist Wachstumsmarkt für viele Unternehmen und bietet neue Perspektiven für Arbeitnehmer. Neue Formen der Arbeit und des Lebens treffen auf neue Lernorte und verbesserte Inklusion.
Ideen und Lösungen für Smart Cities ist das Thema des Business Innovation Camps „21NOW“, das wir in diesem Jahr erstmalig durchführen, und zwar vom 16. bis 17. Juli in Hagen. Die Veranstaltung wird als Online-Konferenz ausgerichtet, Gäste können sich über AV-Medien und einen Chat-Kanal live beteiligen. Zwei Tage lang senden wir aus dem Arcadeon in Hagen Live-Demonstrationen, Experteninterviews, Diskussionen und Video-Beiträge zu den Themenkomplexen
Join our Head of Product and Partner Management, Frank Felten, at Tech Days 2020 on June 15! He will be speaking about how cities can make use of data to improve air quality. The conference about innovation, research and technology will be a virtual event.
The Corona crisis is shaking cities. Many people live together there in a small space. Green spaces are heard. The air is often so polluted that it makes you sick. They are issues of energy and rights from the surrounding area and around the world. Many of them have an overloaded mobility concept. And the real problems are favorite.
How can a city respond to the current crisis and crises? Only together through personal cohesion. And through fast, innovative adaptability to new challenges – even with new functions. Then the city can become resilient. Resilient, adaptable, innovative and relaxed.
See Karim Tarraf in the discussion on “What technology can contribute to making cities resilient”
We are happy to announce that we have been selected for GovTech-Program Denmark by @erhvervsministeriet and @digitaliseringsstyrelsen operated by @public-danmark! We will enter into dialogue with @Miljø- og Fødevareministeriet about their challenge on monitoring air pollution.
Air pollution, increasing traffic congestion and scarcity of urban space are the main drivers for more efficient and environmentally-friendly mobility solutions in our cities. Thus, we are constantly driving the development towards cleaner and smarter mobility to make urban life more liveable and less strenuous. Hear the latest updates from those driving the future for a cleaner and smarter mobility in our cities throughout different formats including short expert lectures, panel discussions, workshops and informal exchanges. The Smart Mobility Symposium is co-organised by the UK Science and Innovation Network (SIN), the Department for International Trade (DIT) and BABLE. The event brings together professionals from the public and private sector as well as research institutions, developers and financing institutions from the United Kingdom, Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
The challenges in the areas of environmental protection, digitisation and city planning are serious. This drives Hawa Dawa to start a new series of events dealing with the topic of “Smart City”. Our goal is to look at this from different perspectives and to offer a platfrom for exchanging thoughts and experiences.
Hawa Dawa has been invited to pitch at Disrupt Berlin 2019.
About Disrupt Berlin 2019: If you’re serious about startups, we’re still keeping it as real as ever. At Disrupt, everyone is a startupper – no matter if you’re a founder, investor, hacker or tech leader. So much more than just on-stage interviews, Disrupt is where you’ll find the renowned Startup Battlefield competition, hundreds of startups in Startup Alley, Workshops and legendary networking… and we’re in Berlin, right where many startup dreams begin.
The upcoming Inspire&Dine aims to show how we can leverage Technology, Investments or new (business) concepts to promote a sustainable future. You will get insights on how startups approach new models of sustainability with their research and new technology, how venture capital firms use their investments to influence sustainable innovation, and additionally, how the topic of sustainability is approached in countries far abroad.
EMISSIONS & AIR QUALITY Smart Classes show key buyer side stakeholders how they can deploy the latest digital technology-enabled solutions, data-driven strategies and best practices to improve urban air quality and drive down emissions and air pollution in our cities and regions.