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The Flemish specialist mobility association Mobiel21 (...)
As of 1 January 2018, certain (old) vehicles will no longer be authorised on the roads of the Brussels-Capital Region (not including the ring road). This is a gradual (...)
Nearly 300 people gathered at the invitation of Brussels Smart City for the event dedicated to the place of education in developing the smart city. Citizens are (...)
Are you the initiator of a (socio)cultural project or event to promote digital inclusion? Check if you're entitled to a subsidy. You (...)
Brussels Smart City’s projects in 2017 The smart city projects in the Brussels Region cover nine main themes: connectivity (...)
The first Smart City Breakfast of 2017 organised by the BRIC and Agoria was held on Wednesday, 22 February. Key players in the field discussed the topic of ‘Urban (...)
Brussels Smart City for Culture will be held on 13 June at Flagey. The event will focus on the way in which digital technology is in the process of radically changing the methods of production and dissemination of arts and culture. On this occasion the winning projects will be revealed as part of a call for projects on digital art and culture under way until 10 April 2017.
Learning and sharing knowledge in the digital age. Are you passionate about new forms of education and knowledge sharing? Brussels Smart City for Education offers you the opportunity to meet leading education experts of the digital age over the course of an afternoon. Inspiring talks, participatory workshops and an immersion in the most innovative solutions await you. Come and find out how digital technology can be used, interactively, in applications which will change the education and training of citizens of the smart city, at all ages.
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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