The City of Amsterdam has signed an innovation deal with the Amsterdam ArenA as part of a drive to make the stadium one of the most innovative in the world. More
A Serious Game is under development for youths in the area of Nieuw-West to engage them in saving energy. More
Work is being conducted in Amsterdam Nieuw-West to realise additional heat sources and improve existing sources in order to help create a more sustainable district heating system. More
Beacons give objects a personality. They allow a doorway to welcome you and a picture to tell you about itself. They let you know you are near a product you like or that coffee is half price. They let a tourist sign explain itself in your language. More
In Amsterdam Nieuw-West, a Vehicle2Grid pilot program will get started. Residents will be able to use the battery in their electric car to store their locally produced energy. More
Four large solar parks are approved in the Netherlands. More
During SAIL 2015, Pakhuis de Zwijger provides a platform for innovation in terms of water in broadest sense. More
Uit de 150 inzendingen zijn de 50 meest kansrijke initiatieven geselecteerd om een pitch te geven. More
The field test of the SONOB (Solar Noise Barriers) project will give more insight into the quantity of electricity be semi-transparent noise barriers generate under varying circumstances. More
Stagiair Iris Hengeveld contender for the GasTerra Energizer Award 2015 More
20th of August, Amsterdam More
9th of September, Amsterdam More
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Amsterdam Smart City (ASC) is the innovation platform of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area. It challenges businesses, residents, the municipality and knowledge institutions to suggest and apply innovative ideas & solutions for urban issues. Since 2009 Amsterdam Smart City has grown into a platform comprising of in excess of 100 partners, who are actively involved in more than 89 innovative projects.
ASC believes in a liveable city where people can live and work pleasantly. Amsterdam Smart City connects parties in order to enable the creation of smart collaborations and solutions. This contributes to the liveability of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area, promotes sustainable economic growth and helps develop new markets.
Amsterdam Smart City is keen to work closely with city residents and visitors of Amsterdam to develop ideas and solutions aimed at improving the liveability of the city. After all, they know what they like, what does (and doesn’t) work and how they envisage the future for their own house, their street, neighbourhood, and perhaps even the entire city. If you’ve got an idea or solution, we’d love to hear it!
See where in the city the projects , themes and living labs take place.