Lively program of smart cities & communities webinars in June 2020

Lively program of smart cities & communities webinars in June 2020

‘Necessity is the mother of innovation’ the saying goes, and corona virus disruptions to in-person exchange has given birth to a host of new collaborations and content online. 

Check out one of these digital events:

SmartEnCity Academy for Zero Carbon Transition

The aim of this online training course is to follow the steps of the “Cities4ZERO Urban Transformation Strategy for Cities’ Decarbonisation”, a methodology developed as part of the SmartEnCity project. It is designed to help you and your city to reach your own goals of decarbonisation.

June 4, 2pm. 

Replication in practice: Common challenges and enablers for the replication of smart city solutions

During this SCIS webinar, the Smart Cities Information System will explore SCC01 fellow cities’ replication processes. The goal is to have a closer look at their practical experiences of replication.

June 9, 2:00 PM to 3:30

Smart City Deep dive: Umeå

The Digital Deep Dive will give you a front seat to hear the Umeå Smart City story. It will also give you the chance to react, exchange and bring your own experience to the discussion. Just because we have stopped travelling, doesn’t mean we’ve stopped connecting!

June 10, 10:00-12:00

Explore-Shape-Deal: Deliver resilience with your smart city project during COVID-19 and beyond 

If you are a policy maker, a city/regional representative or a business representative looking into smart city solutions, this event is for you. The matchmaking event from the EIP-SCC will this time be digital. 

June 15 - June 17

Marketplace of EIP-SCC: Delivery models, funding & procurement for smart cities

In times of great market disruption cities should avoid relying on a single delivery model to support all of their #SmartCity ambitions. Cities able to use a range of delivery strategies and combine funding sources are at a clear advantage when they seek to deploy smart solutions in a changing market. Using real life cases, the EIP-SCC goes through four different, but complementary, roles that cities can play to support the adoption of smart city solutions, highlighting funding models and what market situation is addressed for each role.

June 18, 10:00-11.30.

 

29 May 2020