Discussion on current topics in the field of Smart Cities with emphasis on practical examples – the main topics will be energy and climate, mobility, efficient public administration.
Companies offering smart solutions for the public sector. The Brno Exhibition Centre also provides the opportunity for live technology demonstrations. URBIS will also be linked to the Living Lab and Archimedes projects.
A space for sharing successful case studies and best practices. Opportunity to network with experienced partners from the Czech Republic and abroad.
The topic of Smart Cities is becoming an increasingly important part of the development of Czech cities, municipalities and regions. The growing challenges we face together today require the search for innovative solutions and practices that are key to ensuring sustainable development, prosperity and the quality of our daily lives. International examples clearly show that the successful development of Smart Cities and the implementation of innovations in practice only happens with strong cooperation between the across sectors and levels. However, such cooperation does not emerge on its own, but evolves from regular meetings, sharing of experiences and mutual learning. This is why URBIS The Smart Cities Meetup is being prepared this year in collaboration with four ministries and about ten other institutions. All relevant activities and information will thus be concentrated in one place at one time.
You can look forward to:
Other side events are also part of the overall concept of URBIS The Smart Cities Meetup. The closest of these is the URBIS HACKATHON.
|26. 4. 2024
|4.-6. 6. 2024
URBIS The Smart Cities Meetup
The June URBIS The Smart Cities Meetup will focus on the following topics:
February 8, 2024
The topic of Smart Cities has become an increasingly important part of the development of cities, municipalities and regions at home and worldwide, as well as one of the keys to sustainable development, prosperity and quality of life. The increasing challenges we face together today require innovative solutions and innovative approaches.
February 6, 2024
BVV Trade Fairs Brno plans to create a Smart City Living Lab, also known as a 'Living Lab', within its premises. The Living Lab will feature an outdoor Archimedes Education Centre, which will serve as a permanent exhibit to highlight modern technologies and innovative concepts/solutions. Unlike traditional school classrooms, it will not be used for regular lessons.