The Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona is taking place from 19-21 November 2019.
The SCIS and EIP-SCC teams willl be there, together with all Horizon 2020 European Smart City Lighthouse Projects, at a joint stand in the exhibition hall. Come visit the Smart Cities corner and meet us there! Stand B140.
Tuesday, 19.11., 9.45-10.45 h, Place: North Agora
“From dream to reality: Impact of lighthouse projects on cities”
The three projects GrowSmarter, Triangulum and REMOURBAN that started as the first three projects in 2014 and are thus ending soon are showcasing the changes and impacts that piloting solutions had on their cities.
Wednesday, 20.11., 15:00-15:45 h, Place: South Agora
“The Journey: from Nearly Zero Energy Neighbourhood to Positive Energy Districts”
The evolution from nZEBs to PEDs, illustrated by project cases from REMOURBAN, mySMARTLife, MAKING-CITY and +CityxChange.
Thursday, 21.11., 10:30-11.15 h, Place: Central Agora
“Europe 2030: What’s next for Smart Cities and Communities?”
Debate on the future of smart cities and communities, showcasing policy aspects as well as concrete results and packaging approaches for replication and upscaling.
Workshops at the stand
11.00-11:45 Welcome: EIP SCC - The Marketplace
12.00-12.45 SCIS: Live SCIS Self Reporting Tool Helpdesk
13.00-13.45 Smart Public Lighting and IP Services
14.00-14.45 A Mission to Deliver the Cities of the Future
15.00-15.45 EIP SCC - The Marketplace: Action Clusters
16.00-16.45 Nordic Lighthouse Cities - Smart, Bold and Collaborative
10.30-11.00 Replicating Smart Solutions in GrowsSmarter
11.00-11.45 Financing - Let's Make it Happen
12.00-12:45 Visualising the Smart City
13.00-13.45 Open Urban Data Platforms
14.00-14.45 Spanish Smart Cities
16.00-16.45 Build-up “Open” Eco Systems in Smart City Projects
17.30 - 19.00 Night of EU Smart Cities and Communities
10.00-10.30 Scale-up Your SC Solutions through the EU City Facility
12.00-12.45 Impacts Beyond the Projects
14.00-14.45 A Pitch from the Lyon Makers Sessions
14.45 -15.30 SCC1 Projects Stakeholders´Map by MAKING-CITY