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CIVITAS Forum Conference

28 - 30 September 2016

The 14th edition of the CIVITAS Forum Conference will take place in Gdynia between the 28th and 30th of September 2016. The theme of the Conference will be “Shaping the mobility of tomorrow”.  The three-days programme of the conference will offer a selection of collaborative workshops, state-of-the-art presentations and interesting site visits.

1st International Conference “Smart Ideas and a New Concept of Economic Regeneration in Europe”

28 September - 1 October 2016

The conference covers seven main topics. The contents of Topic 7. Smart cities and the new economy include: a. Intergovernmental fiscal relations in the digital age, b. Financing and smart economy, c. Smart infrastructure, d. Business friendly environment at the local level, e. Interdisciplinary aspects of local economic development, f. Globalisation and local economic development, g. New perspective on public goods and services, h. Local government administration and...

Smart urban mobility: cities of the future

22 September 2016

This is an outreach event of the European Innovation Partnership for Smart Cities and Communities. It is organised by the European Commission Directorate-General Mobility and Transport together with the EIP action cluster sustainable urban mobility, and the city of Prague. Partners of the EIP Smart Cities as well as all other interested city representatives and experts will exchange information and discuss how to take forward innovations in smart electro-mobility and smart mobility services...

OPTIMUS Final Conference

21 September 2016

The scope of this Conference is to present new trends in Smart Energy Cities, giving particular emphasis on the innovative solutions of the OPTIMUS project. The FP7 funded OPTIMUS project has developed a package of advanced ICT tools to assess smart energy cities and improve the energy performance of their buildings. OPTIMUS Decision Support System (DSS) sits on the top of existing energy management systems, integrating five data sources from various domains...

Smart Summit London

21 - 22 September 2016

This conference and exhibition is composed of three parts: The Smart Cities Summit Frankfurt will explore German Smart City projects and test beds, together with international case studies. The Smart Home Summit is dedicated to exploring the technologies, analysing the opportunities, and bringing together senior decision makers, colleagues and peers to meet, learn and do business. The Industrial Internet Summit will address technology...

EC Smart Cities Info Days

20 September - 3 October 2016

September 23: Info day about the Market Place on Smart Cities and Communities. Organised by INEA (Innovation and Networks Executive Agency), the Info Day on Smart Cities and Communities will be part of a larger initiative that includes other Horizon 2020 information days in the fields of transport and energy. The Information Day on ‘Secure, Clean and Efficient...

7th European Summit of Regions and Cities

8 - 9 July 2016

Every two years, the CoR holds a European Summit of Regions and Cities. These summits bring elected representatives from regional and local authorities together to discuss the main challenges facing the European Union.

The 7th Summit of the European Committee of the Regions will take place on Friday 8 and Saturday 9 July 2016 in Bratislava, Slovakia. The event will be co-hosted by the Bratislava Self-Governing Region and the City of Bratislava, in...

Optimus training workshop on energy data collection

6 July 2016

Optimus is offering free technical training workshops on how to automate energy data collection and integrate different data streams to make smart energy decision for various types of buildings to achieve cost and Co2 savings. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to learn from latest research and sustainable energy experts.

Presentation: Competitive Cities: A Local Solution to a Global Lack of Growth and Jobs

4 July 2016

The World Bank will present the result of its latest report “Competitive Cities: A Local Solution to a Global Lack of Growth and Jobs”. This report gives insights on ‘What’ makes cities competitive; ‘Who’ does it and ‘How’ is it done, based on a dataset of 750 cities and case studies of six cities. This report explains the elements that have led cities to successfully become competitive and offers insights for regions and cities that find themselves lagging behind.