CONNECTED SMART AND SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND COMMUNITIES CONFERENCE 2023
The digital transformation and innovation in Cities, businesses and industry has been profoundly reconfiguring the ways in which services are provided and knowledge and value are generated. The requirements of the public sector, which must address the growing complexity of challenges and the increasing demands of citizens, are ever more important to ensure an alignment of digital solutions and services for cities and communities. This annual event of the Open & Agile Smart Cities (OASC) network, brings the community of members and partners together.
Join us at the CONNECTED SMART AND SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND COMMUNITIES CONFERENCE 2023 in Brussels, for two days of engaging workshops and sessions on concrete solutions, tools, approaches and strategies that cities and communities have implemented or used during their digital transformation journey.
Day 1: January 17
During this community day, organised for OASC members and partners, we provide insights to cities and communities globally on the path towards sharing and re-using of digital, data-driven solutions, and gather requirements and needs from its members via discussion sessions and working groups.
OASC will start the day by contextualizing digital transformation and innovation in cities, to be followed by a session about OASC´s role in supporting public authorities in this transformation and setting up a vision for the future. The last session will be dedicated to Minimum Interoperability Mechanisms (MIMs) and the way they can contribute to the practical implementation of interoperability and collaboration between cities and communities.
This day will be closed with an informal stakeholders dinner.
Day 2: January 18
A whole day full of roundtables, workshops and sessions on the hottest topics of the moment for cities, communities and other stakeholders in digital transformation, like data spaces, local digital twins, sustainability, security, trust, funding opportunities, standards and, of course: MIMs – Minimal Interoperability Mechanisms. With plenty of time to exchange and mingle with peers, continue conversations started during the sessions and learn from each other. All sessions are open for everyone.
As a part of the Conference we are organizing a matchmaking session where you can pitch your ideas or listen to others, or just do some casual networking in the peer-learning room!
You can register for the matchmaking session here: CSSCC Matchmaking