Here you can find an overview of past events with OASC participation.
20/05/2016 – 22/05/2016
Amsterdam Action Camp for Societal Innovation
Innovators from different backgrounds come together at this Societal Innovation Camp in Amsterdam to address a variety of real-world challenges with an Open Innovation approach. Secure your place now and join the camp. Find more information about the Camp here.
23/05/2016 – 24/05/2016
Open Innovation 2.0 Conference
The OI2 Forum will welcome innovation experts, policy-makers, people from academia and citizens to address inter alia the following themes: Open Innovation 2.0 and Digital Single Market, ePlatforms, Data Driven Innovation, Urban Agenda, Future Cities, Living Labs and Business Challenges. Check the website of the European Commission for more information about the conference and registration.
EIP-SCC General Assembly
The 2016 General Assembly of the European Innovation Partnership (EIP) on Smart Cities and Communities is an associated event of the Dutch presidency of the European Council of the EU. Over 400 participants will discuss key policy and market trends for smart cities and communitites. Find more information about the event here.
The CoR Forum on the EU Urban Agenda
The Forum on the EU Urban Agenda will bring together representatives of local and regional authorities, EU institutions, Member States and relevant stakeholders. They will discuss the concrete steps that are needed to implement the EU Urban Agenda and to improve the urban dimension in EU policy making. Register here for this event taking place in Amsterdam and meet the OASC initiative in the networking area.
31/05/2016 – 02/06/2016
IoT Week 2016
Address and discuss important issues regarding Internet of Things at the IoT week taking place in Serbia’s capital Belgrade. Meet members of the OASC network and Chair of the intitiative Martin Brynskov in a session about smart cities. For more information about the event and how to register go to the website of IoT week Belgrade.
01/06/2016 – 04/06/2016
Media Architecture Biennale 2016
The MAB16 in Sydney, Australia, highlights this year the potential of Media Architecture as a key component in placemaking; the creation of meaningful and socially thriving public spaces based on community efforts. The event is composed of a conference with high-level speakers, exhibition, symposia and workshops. Find more information about the event here.
13/06/2016 – 14/06/2016
Global City Teams Challenge Expo
The GCTC is an initiative designed to advance the deployment of Internet of Things technologies within smart cities. Join OASC Director Seppo Haataja at this Expo in Austin, Texas, and discover NIST, US Ignite and smart city best-practices and projects from around the world. Register here to participate in the event.
08/07/2016 – 09/07/2016
7th European Summit of Regions and Cities
Under the title ‘Invest and Connect’, Bratislava will host the 7th Summit of Regions and Cities. The event is organised by the European Committee of the Regions and co-hosted by the Bratislava Self-Governing Region and the City of Bratislava, in cooperation with the Slovak Presidency of the Council of the EU. Gathering over 700 participants and open to all CoR members, this major event coincides with the start of the Slovakian EU Presidency which begins on 1 July. More info can be found here.
27/07/2016 – 29/07/2016
Beyond2020 – Towards Open Data
This conference taking place in Olinda, Brazil, aims at discussing cities after 2020, their role in the innovation ecosystem and how technology supports citizens. Find more information here.
21/09/2016 – 22/09/2016
Smart Summit London
OASC Secretariat Director Seppo Haataja will speak at Smart Summit London. Join him for interessting talks and discussions around Smart Cities and IoT. For more information about the event please go to the website of Smart Summit London.
06/10/2016 – 07/10/2016
International Open Data Conference
‘Global goals, local impact’ is the title of the 4th edition of the IODC 2016 held in Madrid this year. The IODC is a meeting point for the global community to debate and study the future of open data. The aim is to build relationships between open data initiatives from the different governments and establish a dialogue between these voices. Find more information on the IODC website here.
European Week of Regions and Cities
The Scottish OASC network (Scottish Cities Alliance) will hold a side event called ‘Smart Cities – Smart Ambitions’ at the Scotland House together with several partner cities from the OASC network. An overview of all regional partnerships can be found here. More information concerning the event is coming soon.
17/10/2016 – 19/10/2016
The main themes of the conference are ‘Open Community Development’ on the first day, and ‘Power of Technology’ on the second, and the third conference day is reserved for networking and meetups. OASC will organise a meetup and workshop at Mindtrek, stay tuned for more information. To register for the Mindtrek go to the event website.
15/11/2016 – 17/11/2016
Smart City Expo World Congress
OASC attended the world’s leading smart city congress. Under the topic ‘Cities for Citizens’, high-level keynote speakers, exhibitions and workshops addressed current issues of smart cities.
15/11/2016 – 17/11/2016
Smart City Expo and World Congress
The theme of SCEWC 2016 was Cities for Citizens. OASC shared a booth with OrganiCity and SELECT 4 Cities right next door to ENoLL and The Creative Ring. All of us highlighted the importance of citizen participation in driving innovative development. The 5th wave of membership was announced.
OASC Internal Strategy Forum
At the Strategy Forum, OASC Task Force representatives come together to review the past year and discuss the future of the Open & Agile Smart Cities initiative. The Forum takes place in December in Brussels.
4th Connected Smart Cities Conference 2017
Making IoT Work for Cities and Citizens
OASC hosts the 4th Connected Smart Cities Conference on Thursday, January 12, 2017 in Brussels, Belgium, in collaboration with the European Committee of the Regions and other close partners. City leaders, community initiatives, representatives of the European institutions, tech experts and business developers will join the conference.