Smart City Hub
‘Smart City Hub’ can help Lyngby become a Smart City
The hub creates collaborations across participants
Since February 2017, twelve Smart City Hubs have been held and not two hubs have been the same. Theme, pitcher and participants have been different from time to time, and this has helped the hub to remain dynamic and shaped by its participants. Due to the hub, several new collaborations have emerged across participants, new concepts and projects have been established, and several participants have expressed great enthusiasm for the concept.
Smart City Hubs in 2018 (5-8 pm at DTU Library):
See Events for more information about the individual events.
- February 7, 2018 – Pitch by Egedal Municipality and Microsoft – Theme: ‘Smart Parking’
- 15. marts 2018 – Pitch by NIRAS – Theme: ‘Object recognition in the built environment using geodata’
- 10. april 2018 – Pitch by DTU Library and Microsoft – Theme: ‘Smart Facility – From raw data to visualization’
- June 7, 2018 – Pitch by Lyngby-Taarbæk Municipality – Theme: ‘The power of data: creating more liveable cities’
- September 13, 2018
Previous Smart City Hubs in 2017:
- February 9 – Pitch by Niras – Theme: ‘Leak detection by the use of data’
- February 23 – Pitch by Lyngby-Taarbæk Municipality, IoT Denmark and Sunmapper – Theme: ‘Internet of Things’
- March 9 – Pitch by DTU CAS, DTU Smart Campus and Aqubiq – Theme: ‘Smart Campus’
- April 6 – Pitch by North Q – Theme: ‘Smart Home – save energy through simple monitoring’
- May 4 – Pitch by Lyngby-Taarbæk Municipality – Theme: ‘Optimization of the road network with smart traffic signals’
- June 15 – Pitch by DTU Ballerup – Theme: ‘Future robots and robotics‘
- October 25 – Pitch by Lyngby-Taarbæk Municipality and DTU – Theme: ‘Use of building data for energy optimization’
- November 22 – Pitch by DTU Library, LED iBond and Siemens – Theme: ‘Smart Library, IoT and Digital Service’
Smart City and BIG DATA has become a major topic in Denmark. More and more urban operational tasks are linked to real data, which can be used for the development and optimization of new technology and ultimately contribute to a more cohesive city. To achieve success with Smart City technologies it is, among other things, necessary to provide an overview of data and coordinate efforts among the city’s actors. The City of Knowledge is therefore launching ‘Smart City Hub’ – a common platform for the development of Smart City projects.
‘Smart City Hub’ is a physical place that creates cooperation, meetings and solutions across students, businesses, researchers and Lyngby-Taarbæk Municipality all working with data and hardware on a technical and/or at business level.
In the hub, it is possible to meet like-minded people with different backgrounds, and work, test and match each other on development needs, tools and competencies on Smart City technology. The mantra behind the hub is that everyone contributes with something – with data, ideas, skills, resources or tools. The hub will be facilitated by experts and a relevant Smart City-theme such as supply, buildings, planning or mobility will be discussed as a theme at the hub.
Smart City Hub is held once a month and in English.
Like our Facebook page ‘Smart City Hub Lyngby’ to get more information about events and other Smart City subjects.
Would you like to know more about how to become a pitcher at Smart City Hub, contact Project Coordinator Marie Juul Madsen, firstname.lastname@example.org.
‘Smart Vidensby’ and ‘Smart City Hub’ arises from the City of Knowledge Network for Climate and Green Technology.
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