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Participants alongside experts worked for three days on understanding societal challenges, coming up with ideas to solve them, forming teams, understanding (...)
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Since its creation in 2015, Easybrussels has established an administrative simplification plan 2015-2020 validated by the Brussels Government. (...)
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Uraia, the exchange portal between smart cities, launched by (...)
Developers, planners and policy makers, more and more frequently, use the Smart City concept to characterise urban spaces that are on the move. To better understand (...)
Digitization is causing a tsunami of artistic and cultural innovations. The Brussels Smart City for Culture event presents an overview of the digital [r]evolution with respect to the creation and distribution of, and participation in arts and culture. Are you an active member of the cultural sector or just curious about the cultural and artistic developments in this digital age? Then jot down June 13th in your diary now! The programme includes inspiring lectures, interactive workshops and panel discussions, and will feature loads of fascinating exhibitors from the cultural world. There will be a creative section, as well, of course, with some extraordinary interactive works of art. Last but not least, we’ve got a surprising performance in store.
Well-known speakers, active in Smart City projects every day, shared their vision of intelligent cities at the Brussels Smart City Event with the event’s guests of honour: the citizens of Brussels. The event closed with a presentation by the first Brussels Smart City Ambassador, Professor Pieter Ballon.
The Brussels Smart City Summit brought together Brussels decision-makers and smart city experts, including Boyd Cohen, Michael J. Dixon and Cheryl D. Miller. Their challenge: to imagine Brussels as a smart city.
The 21st century is the age of the city: most people already live in cities and the number is growing all the time. To rise to this challenge, cities and metropolises around the world, like the Brussels-Capital Region, are transforming themselves into smart cities or setting out a smart city strategy in a White Paper.
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