Barcelona was one of the guest cities at Connected Smart Cities Conference in Brussels

The Creativity and Innovation Department of Institut de Cultura de Barcelona moved to Brussels to know the European projects about innovation and technology in public sector

Brussels hosted Connected Smart Cities Conference last January 22, a meeting that gathers leading European experts on topics such as Living Labs, Future Internet or Smart Cities and aims to raise awareness about developments in the field of research on the Future Internet Public Private Partnership (FI-PPP), collaborative innovation within European Living Labs and the maintenance and improvement of Smart Cities.

Participants discussed how developments and possibilities offered nowadays and future Internet technologies, platforms and applications can sustain open and participatory innovation ecosystems, and drive towards more innovative and effective cities.
 

Attend to this kind of conference is an opportunity for Barcelona, European Capital of Innovation, to establish itself as a city laboratory and lead the way to participate in new European projects, collaborate with existing projects and attract new resources that can be used by citizens.

For the Creativity and Innovation department of Institut de Cultura de Barcelona is an opportunity to expand the network of international contacts and promote Barcelona Lab project as an ideal space to test the most advanced FI-PPP technologies developed under the leadership of the European Commission.

Publication date: Thursday, 29 January 2015
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