- about us
On Thursday 12 January 2017, 4th Connected Smart Cities Conference will take place in Brussels, Belgium. It will be organised by Open and Agile Smart Cities in collaboration with the European Committee of the Regions and other close partners (such as ENoLL). City leaders, community initiatives, representatives of the European institutions, tech experts and business developers will join the conference.
The conference will be live-streamed on the following link
(picture: 3rd Connected Smart Cities Conference organised in January 2016. Martia Holst, Botnia LL director and ENoLL Effective member, speaking)
The Open & Agile Smart Cities initiative (OASC) is a city-driven, non-profit organisation. The overall objective is to create a Smart City market. OASC was founded in January 2015 and came to life with the first wave of cities joining in March 2015.
OASC aims to kickstart the use of a shared set of ways to develop systems once for multiple cities and make them interoperable between cities, and within a city. Furthermore, comparability, easy sharing of best practices, and avoiding vendor lock-in is necessary to enhance a Smart City: OASC, thus, provides linkage – to cities all over the world and to (EU) funding – and advocates de facto standards for participating cities.
What’s the Agenda?
Welcome: OASC Chair, Dr. Martin Brynskov
Morning Keynote Speakers:
Sessions with 3 cross-cutting themes, 3 domain-specific sessions, 2 technical sessions
Afternoon Keynote Speakers:
When do we network?
Dinner is planned for mayors and others to provide pre-conference networking and discussion. All registered participants may sign up for the dinner (at own expense).
Who are the Connected Smart Cities Conference Partners?
You can register on the following link