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2017.06.27 | Knowledge exchange

Internet of Things Declaration to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals

Along with other partners and participants at IoT Week Geneva 2017, Martin Brynskov, Chair of OASC and Christina Bueti, Counsellor of ITU-T Study Group 5 “Environment, climate change and circular economy” and of ITU-T Study Group 20 “Internet of things (IoT) and smart cities and communities (SC&C)” presented a list of declarations focused on smart…

2017.06.16 | Research news

OrganiCity 2nd open call

Aarhus University has announced a €1M ‘OrganiCity’ Open Call to solve city challenges in London, Aarhus, and Santander using urban data. Application deadline: 31 August 2017.

2017.02.27 | Research news

Aarhus University to head giant global project on technology in future cities

EU issues major grant to associate professor Martin Brynskov and the beacon project SynchroniCity. This gives Aarhus University a leading role in developing the Internet of Things in cities, and a unique opportunity to work with a global consortium to influence the current process of digitalisation.

Photo from the conference

2017.01.27 | Conference

Connected Smart Cities Conference 2017

The Connected Smart Cities Conference 2017 took place on January 12 in Brussels under the headline "Making IoT Work for Cities and Citizens". See photos and selected tweets from the conference below.

“Four years ago in Trento, we were talking about this dream to build the Creative Ring.” (Olavi Luotonen, European Commission)

2016.11.16 | Ceremony / opening

The Creative Ring launch

During the annual Smart City Expo in Barcelona, five European cities launched the Creative Ring. The Creative Ring is a new initiative targeted to developing vibrant creative eco-systems in order to generate societal and economical impact. Creative Ring will build eco-system intelligence and accelerate the development and uptake of innovative…

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