This networking event is an opportunity to bring together various actors working to promote interoperability based on open standards, for better data sharing, and to protect citizens’ and public administrations’ data sovereignty, to raise awareness of these issues with the global community of cities, thereby uniting the supply side and to stimulate the demand side (industry and digital service
What will be the impact of the Open Data Directive on Cities?
The mid-term event of the DT4REGIONS Project "A Journey towards an EU Platform for AI and Big Data in Public Administration" will take place on 28 and 29 June 2022 in hybrid mode; speakers and partners will be present on-site in Barcelona, whereas registered participants will be able to participate online.
The World Urban Forum (WUF) is the premier global conference on sustainable urbanization. It was established in 2001 by the United Nations to examine one of the most pressing issues facing the world today: rapid urbanisation and its impact on communities, cities, economies, climate change and policies.
Cities and regions increasingly represent testbeds for technological innovation and are adopting AI and digital solutions in an agile, efficient and citizen-centred manner.
In Espoo, we European cities will dream of what the city of the future will be like. We will act and share the best solutions to co-create a sustainable future. We will lead the fight against climate change. We will do all this together and be visionary.
What the Digital Decade means at the local level - Moving from smart cities to interconnected territories
From networking to infrastructure, from cybersecurity to data, connect key technologies with the most promising use cases identified in France, highlighting specificities of each territory whilst looking forward to a holistic approach.
Regional and local data-driven innovation through collective intelligence and sandboxing: Policy Lab
How can experimenting using a "sandboxing" approach help contribute to the development of local data ecosystems, and address key urban challenges related to mobility, energy, and housing? During this Policy Lab, we will present the key findings and recommendations from a large scale project focused on developing data ecosystems involving more nine European cities and regions.
The 12th ECON commission meeting will take place on Thursday, 12 May 2022, from 11:15 to 18:00 hrs (Brussels time). In light of the improved Covid-19 situation, the meeting will be held fully in person. The draft agenda is available here.