Smart City Hub #1
Develop Smart City solutions in an informal setting
On February 26 you have the opportunity to participate in Smart City Hub 1, where innovative Smart City ideas are generated and new contacts are created across students, companies, researchers and municipalities.
The theme of this year’s Smart City Hub # 1 is ‘Cybersecure User Behavior in Smart Living,’ where Lyngby-Taarbæk Municipality and DTU Compute will present the challenge of the day, related to cyber security and user-friendliness in the Smart City.
In the the Hub, the participants will get insight into the consequences of a hacking attack of IT systems, and work on questions on how we can develop Smart City solutions without compromising our online privacy and how we can improve the level of security without losing the ease of use in IT systems.
‘Smart City Hub’ is a physical place that creates cooperation, meetings and solutions across students, businesses, researchers and municipalities all working with urban planning, data and soft- & hardware on a technical and/or at business level.
Themes such as supply, buildings, planning and mobility, which will be presented by a company or organization and facilitated by the hub’s facilitator Finn Kollerup.
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.
Join the Hub and help develop new concepts in the security of the IT systems in the Smart City.
Read more in the invitation and sign up via the form below.