What Cities Need: Mechanisms that Take us from Fragmented Pilots to Mainstream Market Built on Trust

The global network Open & Agile Smart Cities (OASC) aims to create a market for IoT- and AI-enabled services based on the needs of cities and communities, where public authorities and businesses develop and deploy services in infrastructure partnerships to sustain and improve the lives of citizens.

At Nordic Edge Expo OASC will present learnings from SynchroniCity, which is a European large-scale pilot for deploying connectivity in smart cities and communities. This project just deployed 50 services across 21 cities. The focus of the network is to create systems for connectivity where companies and cities cooperate without being locked into specific vendors or individual cities. Based on OASC’s extensive work with smart cities and communities, conclusions about competitive Nordic edges in the digital transformation will be drawn.

24 September
09:18 - 09:33
Main stage, Mastrafjord, ground floor conference centre
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Martin Brynskov

Chair of the Board of Directors, Open & Agile Smart Cities (OASC)