The idea of smart cities is not new. The accelerated development of technology, globalization and the concern for sustainable development has in recent years contributed to the emergence of many of these smart cities around the world (e.g. Singapore, Barcelona, Oslo, London). As we can see these are mostly large metropolitan cities that have employed different solutions and technologies to become smarter.
However, the majority of cities/towns in Central and Eastern Europe are smaller in size and therefore have different issues and challenges.
Our aim is to connect such cities/towns in order to facilitate the exchange of best practices between them.
Smart Cities conference will bring together representatives of European Cities and Municipalities, utility companies (electricity, telecommunication, public transit, postal services, communal services) with different solution providers (SMEs) and enable them to discuss the possible solutions that would satisfy the needs of their city.
Who should attend the conference?
- Cities and Municipalities
- Utility companies (electricity, telecommunication, public transit, postal services, communal services)
- Solution providers (SME’s)
- Governmental organizations (local and regional)
- RTO’s from all over Europe