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Intelligent Cities 2011 Expo

8 – 10 November 2011, Hamburg, Germany

In an increasingly urbanised world, creating intelligent cities is essential. Inefficient transport and water systems, pollution, increasing security risks and access to effective telecommunications are just some of the challenges central to a city achieving its financial, economic, social and environmental goals.

Billions of Euro is being spent on a vast range of city infrastructure projects globally every year. It is crucial that these investments are part of an integrated and holistic vision and make optimal use of cutting edge information and communication technologies (ICT) so that they successfully contribute to achieving a thriving urban future.

Hamburg, the European Green Capital 2011, is hosting the inaugural Intelligent Cities Expo, which will bring together the core elements of building smart, sustainable global cities. These include: Intelligent Energy, Intelligent Waste & Water, Intelligent Mobility, Intelligent Security and Intelligent ICT.

Over 60 speakers from 17 countries have committed their time, expertise and experience to making this an important event for government officials, transport operators, utility companies, developers and investors.

The Intelligent Cities Expo comprises of:

  • An interactive exhibition
  • A three day research-based conference
  • Free-to-attend seminars
  • Structure and informal networking

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