URBIS SMART CITY FAIR-Trade Fair for Smart Municipal Solutions

URBIS SMART CITY FAIR brings a smart combination of a trade fair and an exclusive conference programme, where leaders in the field of Smart City will be introduced. In the course of two days dozens of representatives of Central European cities and municipalities and leaders in innovations will meet with one goal – to share experience, ideas and examples of specific solutions, how to correctly develop a Smart City concept in cities. So that all citizens could live better in them.

In 2021,the exhibition part featured 35 exhibitors from 17 countries; 3 types of exhibition displays were available to them. The environment of the online exhibition enabled the displaying of exhibits and information materials, including videos, as well as interaction between visitors and exhibitors.URBIS SMART CITY FAIR 2021 also featured a final conference and road show of the CRoads project, which dealt with the development of a unified European system of cooperative intelligent transport systems (C-ITS). The National Day of C-Roads took place on Thursday, the international part of the conference and demonstrations in the streets of Brno took place on Friday. The conference was attended by leading professionals in this area, representatives of the Ministry of Transport of the Czech Republic and supreme representatives of the EU in the field of transport.

Now,URBIS SMART CITY FAIR 2022 will focus on digitization and transport.

INDUSTRY SECTOR:

City Sanitation, Water Technology, Waste Disposal, Public Services (industry 45)

MAIN PRODUCT GROUP:

E-Government, Smart Grids, Smart Mobility, City Planning, Smart Home, Energy Engineering, Security Systems, Municipal Services, Environmental Engineering, Waste Management, Water Technology, Sewage Water Technology, Communication Technology, Software

ACCESS: Trade visitors and general public

2-4.6. 2022

(delayed)

NEW DATE:20.-22.9. 2022

June 2023

Interval: annually

ORGANIZER:

Trade Fairs Brno/Veletrhy Brno, a.s.

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