Smart City events taking place in November!
|November 2-3, Nordic Smart Cities. Stockholm, Sweden
Join the Nordics leading smart cities event, where over 40 of the most innovative and influential smart cities thinkers will gather together to share knowledge, present visions and highlight opportunities on how we will create efficient, economically viable and sustainable cities. Find more here.
November 14-18, Asia Smart City Conference. Yokohama, Japan
Starting from 2012, City Yokohama invites mayors from emerging Asian countries and international organizations to the Asia Smart City Conference. As part of the conference this year, the Tokyo Development Learning Center and the Smart Cities KSB will organize a Smart City Technical Deep Dive and one-day World Bank Smart City Summit. Piloting projects are under planning and the Bank will send roughly 20 project clients and 10 Bank staff to attend the conference. Find more here.
|November 15, Webinar
On November 15th from 9-10am Pacific Time, Meeting of the Minds will host a live webinar, featuring Diane Davis and Lily Song of the TUT-POL project at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. In this webinar, Professor Diane Davis and Senior Researcher Lily Song will share findings from TUT-POL case studies of New York’s urban streets initiatives, Stockholm’s adoption of congestion pricing, and Seoul’s combined highway demolition, bus system overhaul, and urban regeneration while discussing political conditions and processes explaining implementation successes. Find more here
|November 15-17, Smart City Expo World Congress. Barcelona, Spain
In 2016 SCEWC wants to continue the great debates about the future of cities and encourage discussion among participants in the industry in a more thorough manner, echoing the concerns and recommendations from the outcomes. In addition, the event expects to reinforce the new trends in collaborative economy and commons, energy innovation, sustainable mobility, co-production and co-creation dynamics, as well as discuss the important topic of open data or identify opportunities for improvement in education, health or aging populations. Find more here.
|November 15-16, Intelligent Cities Summit, Toronto, Canada
The Summit showcases rapidly advancing cities like NYC, Barcelona, London, Amsterdam that are implementing smart technology to facilitate infrastructure, waste management, city public services. It’s a great opportunity to share knowledge and learn about “smart education”, amenities and opportunities. Key focus on effective city management and administrative services—how IoT solutions can benefit local government offices. Helping to enhance processes in city public services such as waste management, utilities provision, etc. Find more here.