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Agoria Smart Cities Forum & Award Ceremony

26 January 2017

This event will provide you with the answers you are looking for! We’ve got technology demonstrations, case studies, a great keynote speaker, a start-up corner, a mayoral debate and much, much more. At the end of the day, you will also be the first to discover the winners of our annual Agoria Smart City Award and Agoria Smart City Technology Awards.

Smart Cities Central and Eastern Europe conference

05 April 2017

Sustainable, Innovative, Connected, & Together: The City 2.0. Smart Cities Central & Eastern Europe brings together thought leaders and key stakeholders to showcase how your city can take the next step in its evolution. The conference looks at how to embrace technology and create a smart city. What are the challenges? How to overcome them? What activities are on-going? Conference topics include smart city financing, strategy setting, transportation, renewable energy, standardisation...

Energy Efficiency Finance Market Place

18 January 2017 to 19 January 2017

The event will bring together key stakeholders from cities, regions and industry as well as the financial sector to discuss successful schemes implemented at local and regional level, financing mechanisms and products available, and practical challenges to implement them on a large scale. A special focus will be on structuring the market and, in particular, standardisation, aggregation and de-risking of energy efficiency assets.

4th European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans

29 March 2017 to 30 March 2017

The European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans is the principal annual event enabling this international community of practitioners, policy makers, city staff and academics from across Europe to come together to debate key issues, highlight developments in mobility planning and exchange ideas and experience. 

InEnerg® Trade fair and conferences for renewable energy and energy efficiency

11 April 2017 to 12 April 2017

The main trade fair topics: solar energy, heat pumps, biomass, geothermal, biogas, cogeneration, hydropower, wind power, energy efficient building. The trade fair will be accompanied by a number of conferences, workshops and forums, which will be organized in cooperation with the most important associations and organizations of the industry.

The future of smart cities

31 October 2016

The conference looks at the concept of smart cities, with a main focus on the energy and transport development in Czech and Slovak cities. The conference covers smart urban planning and infrastructure development, in areas such as energy efficiency, use of renewable energy resources, and quality of life.

National conference and exhibition "Smart Cities of Romania 2016"

08 November 2016 to 09 November 2016

This event will highlight the way technology and innovation will enable the emergence of smart cities of tomorrow. Main topics include: sustainable development and energy efficiency; cybersecurity and privacy; smart grids (power, communications, water, ...);  intelligent transport systems. The event will be attended by managers and specialists from energy, transport, utilities, IT&C, automation, security technology, planning, finance, and representatives of central, regional and local...

Smart cities, innovative technologies in support of intelligent cities

12 October 2016 to 13 October 2016

The event will look at the following topics: Which smart mobility strategy for the Smart cities? How to reach an optimal energy supply with renewable energy sources in buildings and city districts? Nature-based solutions in the Smart cities: the case of water management technologies in an urban environment. How can Smart cities better collaborate in the future? The second day will include a study visit to the Aspern Smart City Research project

Smart City-Regional Governance for Sustainability - Experimental Smartness

06 October 2016 to 07 October 2016

The conference focuses in particular on 'experimental smartness' with the aim of exploring practical examples of how 'smartness' is approached by both policy makers and academia.