April 6th’s Open Living-in.EU Supporters Meeting’s materials published
Open and Agile Smart Cities hosted the Open Living-in.EU Supporters meeting on April 6. The focus of the meeting was to introduce the Living-in.EU movement for those companies and suppliers who have not yet signed as supporters of the movement. The meeting shed light on the movement itself and ways to engage with it in daily practice.
The meeting specifically aimed to reach out to companies looking for ways to support cities in their green-digital transformation concretely by responding to tenders as part of normal procurement and validating the scale-out of data platforms and related services based on emerging local data ecosystems. In the meeting, experts from different fields demonstrated how the Living-in.EU technical specifications and governance have been used in practice, delivered by both cities and companies as well as national authorities.
An update and an outlook on the technical roadmap of the MIMs Plus were also showcased in the meeting.
You can find the recording, the slides of the presentations and a summary of the meeting here.
The Data Space for Smart Communities Online Info Session took place on the 15th of November 2023, in collaboration with the Living-in.EU movement and Gaia X. The session provided a deep dive into available tools and the planned activities to deploy the European Data Space for Smart Communities.
Calling all national or regional associations, or similar initiatives, representing cities and municipalities at EU Member State level!
In view of the various smart communities event such as the European Week of Regions and Cities on 9-12 October, and the Smart City Expo World Congresson 7-9 November, it was timely for the Living-in.EU supporters to come together and have a recap of recent smart community activities.
The BDTI Team is happy to announce the launch of The BDTI Kitchen: Baking Data Stories, a monthly newsletter that will launch soon to not only provide you with the latest BDTI news but also to explore good practices and opportunities for data analytics in the public sect