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Our Webinars

With the final objective of spreading the activities that EIP–SCC Initiatives are developing and to engage people to take part on them, this page contains a list of both the upcoming and past webinars organised by the EIP-SCC Market Place in 2016. All presentations and videos of past webinars are also accessible through this page.

Upcoming webinars

More webinars will come during the next months.

 

Past webinars

 

'How can cities enhance collaboration with businesses?'

by Business Models, Financing and Procurement Action Cluster

 

On 24th November 2016, the EIP-SCC Business Models, Finance and Procurement Action Cluster held a webinar titled ‘How Can Cities Enhance Collaboration with Businesses?’. For all those who could not attend the session, the video and the presentation of the event are available online

Led by Dave McCann, Head of Smart Cities at Fujitsu Service UK Ltd, the aim of the webinar was to present successful examples of cooperation and joint investment in smart cities solutions across European and Japanese cities in the area of multimodal transport and active assisted living solutions. The issue of security and ownership of citizen’s data was also discussed.

The webinar also offered participants the possibility to discover the EIP-SCC Funding Guide, jointly elaborated by the EIP-SCC Action Cluster on Business Models, Finance and Procurement and the Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy. This guide aims to help smart cities stakeholders looking for funding and financing opportunities to implement their projects.

 

'Positive Energy Blocks for Small & Medium Sized Cities' Webinar

by Sustainable Districts & Built Environment Action Cluster

 

The EIP-SCC Initiatives on Small Giants and Positive Energy Blocks and Engerati, the Smart Energy Network, organised a joint webinar on Positive Energy Blocks for Small & Medium Sized Cities on 3rd November 2016During the session, various speakers from local authorities, industry and the financing sector discussed positive energy blocks and their added value to the urban strategies of small and medium-sized European cities.

For all those who could not attend the session, the video and the presentation of the webinar are available online on the following link. Feel free to leae any comments, our speakers will come back to you.

 

After Summer Webinar on Sustainable Urban Mobility Initiatives: 'What is planned in Electro-mobility & New Mobility Services for the next months?'

by Sustainable Urban Mobility Action Cluster

 

On August 25th 2016, the EIP-SCC Sustainable Urban Mobility Action Cluster organised a webinar on ‘What is planned in Electro-mobility & New mobility Services for the next months’. The aim of this webinar was to set out the Initiatives’ actions and ambitions for the third quarter of 2016. In addition, and as an extra feature, the ESPRESSO consortium shared their views on smart cities indicators.

The presentation and the video of the event are available online for all those who could not attend the session.  

 

'Increasing Capacities in Cities for Innovating Financing in Energy Efficiency' Webinar

by Business Models, Financing and Procurement Action Cluster

 

The EIP-SCC Business Models, Finance and Procurement Action Cluster organised a webinar on ‘Increasing Capacities in Cities for Innovating Financing in Energy Efficiency’ that took place on July 8th 2016.

The webinar  was presented by Miguel Casas, Senior Partner of Energinvest (project partner of CITYnvest). He focused on the presentation of the CITYnvest study and on the review of local authority innovative large scale retrofit financing and operational models.

The presentation and the video of the webinar are available online for those who could not attend the session.

 

'Addressing Privacy in Smart Cities' Webinar

by Citizen ​Focus

 

Through the ‘Citizen-centric approach to data’ initiative, the Citizen Focus Action Cluster has organised two webinars on 'Addresing Privacy in Smart Cities' webinar. Led by Antonio Kung, Chair of the ‘Citizen-centric approach to data’ initiative and CTO at Trialog for the past 30 years, and Chris Cooper, co-Chair of the initiative and founding director of KnowNow Information Organization, the two webinars are now available on Vimeo.

 

  • The first webinar took place on April 28th and focused on the demand side viewpoint. If you have missed it, you have now the opportunity to watch it on the EIP-SCC Vimeo channel and to check the presentation online in the following link.

 

  • The second seminar took place on May 12th and explored the supply side viewpoint. The video of the event and the presentation are also available online for consultations.

 

'Local Innovation Ecosystems' Webinar

by Business Models, Financing and Procurement Action Cluster

 

The EIP Action Cluster on Business Models, Financing and Procurement has organised a webinar that was led by Mikael Edelstam, member of the Business Models, Financing and Procurement AC and international coordinator of smart sustainable cities in the innovation strategy of Southern Sweden. It took place on May 10th 2016 from 10:00 to 10:45.

 

All those people who could not attend the event can take the opportunity to watch the video online and to consult the presentation

 

'Inclusive Smart Cities' Webinar

by Citizen Focus

 

On March 18th Citizen Focus Action Cluster held a successful webinar though the 'Citizen-centric approach to data' initiative where Mercè Graell, John Lynch, Chiara Leonardi and Frank Kresin explored co-creation and co-design tools to improve Citizen's engagement. All those who missed it can find it now on Vimeo!

 

Small Giants and Positive Energy Blocks Webinar

by Sustainable Districts & Built Environment Action Cluster

 

The EIP-SCC Initiatives on Small Giants and Positive Energy Blocks and Engerati, the Smart Energy Network, invite you to join its webinar taking place on 3rd November 2016.

During the session (from 11:00 to 12:30 CET), various speakers from local authorities, industry and the financing sector will discuss positive energy blocks and their added value to the urban strategies of small and medium-sized European cities.

The webinar is open to all, with a focus on representatives from local authorities who are interested in submitting project applications in this field. This webinar is part of Engerati's Smart & Sustainable Cities Series. More information will follow in due course.

For further information and registrations, click here.