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Webinar: Common challenges and enablers for the replication of smart city solutions

by
SCIS Editor
31 Oct 2018

On Friday 9 November 2018, from 10:00 to 11:00 (CET, Brussels time), SCIS will host a webinar for a follow up of the replication workshop that took place on Friday 28 September in Stavanger, after the Nordic Edge Expo. During this webinar, SCIS will present the main points that emerged from the different roundtables discussions in which participants discussed common challenges and enablers for replication. The webinar will summarize the findings of these discussions using the example of four specific measures:

  • ebikes
  • building retrofit
  • urban data platforms
  • smart lampposts

Those four measures have been selected by the group of Lighthouse projects to be the centre of their cooperation, as common work on those could demonstrate the scale-up potential of solutions developed collectively. Each measure will be presented in 5 minutes, followed by Q&A sessions where you will be free to ask questions and share your experience.

This webinar will consist of a follow-up of the Stavanger replication workshop, presenting the key findings of the session, but will also provide you with useful information in view of the coming workshops focused on replication that will take place during the Smart City Barcelona Expo (13-15 November).

The webinar is open and free of charge for all people interested to learn more about the replication of smart city solutions. It will be particularly addressed to smart city project partners, associations representing smart city stakeholders and local authorities representatives.

You can register for this webinar here: https://webinar.getresponse.com/hP1Vv/challenges-and-enablers-for-replicating-smart-city-solutions?uid=7d56fe0f02ac263eb1c510039ceb111a

About SCIS
SCIS brings together smart city stakeholders across Europe to exchange data, experience and know-how and to collaborate on the creation of smart cities and an energy-efficient urban environment. It aims to enhance the replication of smart city solutions by broadening the market and upscaling the lessons learned through past and running projects. The SCIS is an EU initiative offering a free powerful tool to speed progress towards sustainable, low carbon & smart cities for all Europeans using common experience and exploitable data.