Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative

Smart Cities

Date: 09/10/2014 (16:30-18:00)

Deployment in 2-3 cities of replicable solutions addressing: nearly zero energy districts, sustainable mobility and integrated infrastructures. Industrial partners and local authorities should engage in replicating successful results in their own and other cities, notably 2-3 follower cities that should be part of the consortium. Commitment to interoperability in order to avoid vendor lock-in it is a must.

Agenda and other links and documents

Coordinator: Mercè GRIERA I FISA (European Commission, Smart Cities & Sustainability, Belgium)

Village: Sustainability, Public Services & Security

Related booth: Smart cities

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Berrin BENLI, 17/09/2014 15:13

Hi,

I'm interested in to attend this session.

Thanks in advance,

Berrin Benli

Co-Founder

NOVUSENS Innovation and Entrepreneurship Institute

Founder

Smart City Institute of NOVUSENS

GSM: 90-533-3073636

e-mail: berrin.benli@novusens.com

web:

www.novusens.com

www.akillisehirenstitusu.com

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Prof Gerard PARR, 06/10/2014 13:49

Prof Gerard Parr

Chair in Telecommunications Engineering

University of Ulster, Northern Ireland

email: gp.parr@ulster.ac.uk

Web: :

http://www.compeng.ulster.ac.uk/cie/Parr/Parr-Bio-update.pdf

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Rinaldo BONAZZO, 07/10/2014 16:14

Hi, I will participate to your session, can we meet us?

Thank you

Rinaldo Bonazzo

Entando (www.entando.com)

r.bonazzo@entando.com

+39 345 2229006

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Paolo CERAVOLO, 08/10/2014 11:54

We are interested in the area and we would like to interact with potential proposers and the EC

Thank you

Paolo Ceravolo

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SESAR Lab - Dipartimento di Informatica

http://sesar.di.unimi.it

Università degli Studi di Milano

26013 Crema (CR) – ITALY

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Matteo CORSI, 09/10/2014 10:40

Hello, the University of Genoa-department of Economics, and the non profit NGO kallipolis (www.kallipolis.net) are interested in smart cities projects dealing with data analysis for urban management partcularly if dealing with urban planning and renovation and crime prevention. Both entities have significant experience, either on data analysis for crime prevention, smart city software applications or urban planning and renovation for Safer Cities. Please feel free to contact me if interested Matteo Corsi matteo.corsi@kallipolis.net

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