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During the Smart City Expo in Barcelona, Amsterdam Smart City will host several incoming and outgoing missions from the Dutch Pavilion in collaboration with the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO). The purpose of these missions is to provide Dutch delegates opportunities to connect with international colleagues, facilitating knowledge exchange, collaboration and trade.
Tue, 15 Nov, 10:00 – 11:00 Outgoing Dutch Mission to Microsoft Pavilion
Dutch delegates are invited to visit the Microsoft Pavilion for a showcase of how AI, machine learning and cloud solutions are empowering municipal governments to bring more forward-thinking, efficient, and secure services to their citizens.
Tue, 15 Nov, 11:30 – 12:00 Outgoing Mission to EIT Urban Mobility
Dutch delegates are invited to visit the EIT Urban Mobility at Tomorrow Mobility. Delegates will be received by Willem Frederik Metzelaar, Managing Director EIT Urban Mobility Hub West who will provide an introduction to EIT Urban Mobility programs and projects relevant for Dutch public and private stakeholders.
Tue, 15 Nov, 12:05 – 12:20 Incoming Mission by Minister for Transport from Baden-Württemberg (invite only)
The Minister for Transport from the German State of Baden-Württemberg, Mr. Winfried Hermann will visit the Dutch Pavilion for a meeting and discussion with a selection of Dutch delegates.
Tue, 15 Nov, 14:00 – 14:30 Incoming Mission by Australian Delegation (focus on IoT, safety & security, crowd management)
Dutch delegates are invited to meet their Australian counterparts at the Dutch Pavilion. Dutch and Australian delegates will have a chance to introduce their work, followed by an informal exchange of experiences and opportunities for doing business in Australia and the Netherlands.
Tue, 15 Nov, 15:00 – 15:45 Dutch Mission to Canadian Pavilion & Canadian Delegation to Dutch Pavilion
Dutch delegates are invited to meet their Canadian counterparts at the Canadian Pavilion. After an introduction by a selection of Canadian exhibitors, the delegates will move to the Dutch pavilion. Dutch and Canadian delegates will have a chance to introduce their work, followed by an informal exchange of experiences and opportunities for doing business in Canada and the Netherlands.
Wed, 16 Nov, 14:30 – 15:00 Outgoing Mission to Nordic Pavilion (focus on energy transition and circular economy)
Dutch delegates are invited to meet their Nordic colleagues. Following short introductions from select Nordic exhibitors, Dutch and Nordic participants can have an informal exchange regarding urban challenges and innovations in the Netherlands and the Nordics.
Wed, 16 Nov, 15:00 – 15:45 Outgoing Mission to Baden-Württemberg International (BW_i)
Dutch delegates are invited to meet their German colleagues from the state of Baden-Württemberg. Following short introductions from select exhibitors, Dutch and German participants can exchange experiences and opportunities for doing business in the Netherlands and Germany. At the end of the day, Dutch participants are invited to join for the “German Night” networking event at the Germany Trade & Invest (GTAI) booth, C111 from 5:30-7:00pm.
Thu, 17 Nov, 10:30 – 11:00 Outgoing Mission to Berlin Pavilion
Dutch delegates are invited to visit the Berlin Pavilion. Following short introductions from select exhibitors, participants can have an informal exchange regarding urban challenges and innovations in Dutch and German cities.
Thu, 17 Nov, 11:30 – 12:00 Outgoing Mission to European Commission Pavilion
Dutch delegates are invited to visit the European Commission Pavilion where they will meet with representatives from several projects and programs, including the 100 Intelligent Cities Challenge and the 100 Climate Neutral Cities Mission.
Thu, 17 Nov, 13:00 – 13:30 Incoming Mission by Finnish Delegation (focus on mobility and data)
Dutch delegates are invited to meet their Finnish colleagues at the Dutch Pavilion. Following short introductions from select Dutch exhibitors and delegates, Dutch and Finnish participants can have an informal exchange regarding urban challenges and innovations in Dutch and Finnish cities.
Unless indicated otherwise, all missions are limited to 15 participants. Dutch delegates can reserve a spot by registering via Typeform. Participants should gather at the Dutch Pavilion 5min prior to mission start time.
The Dutch Pavilion is located at Gran Via, Hall 2, Level 0, Street E, Stand 145.
More opportunities to connect
Looking for other ways to connect with Amsterdam Smart City and Dutch delegates in Barcelona? Take a look at the other activities co-hosted by Amsterdam Smart City, and the full program of hosted at the Dutch Pavilion.
If you have questions or would like more information about any of the above, please send an email to Amsterdam Smart City International Liaison, Cornelia Dinca via firstname.lastname@example.org.
The fifth and final ICC City Lab will take place June 14 - 23. This special edition will focus on Local Ecosystems Mobilisation and Urban Innovation following feedback received from cities and experts on previous ICC City Labs.
The City Lab will launch on June 14th with sessions open to the ICC community and the public. Week 1 will be dedicated to mentor led Thematic Network sessions, where the ICC Mentor Cities will present successful solutions and good practices implemented in their cities. During week 2, the Peer Reviews sessions and Transversal Network sessions on Open Data and Public Procurement will be in the limelight. The closing event is scheduled for June 23rd.
As ICC mentor, the Amsterdam Metropolitan Region will contribute to the following sessions:
- Thursday, June 16, 11.30-12.30 Mentor session Amsterdam Metropolitan Region: Building Talent Development Ecosystems (open to ICC community)
- Tuesday, June 21, 12.00-13.30 Public session 2 – Artificial Intelligence – Redefining Urban innovation (open to the public; registration possible via the this link)
- Wednesday, Jun 22, 10.00-11.30 Transversal workshop on Public Procurement (open to ICC community)
Joining a session
Are you a stakeholder from the Amsterdam Metropolitan Region and would like to participate in any of the sessions dedicated to ICC community? Please send a short email to Cornelia Dinca via email@example.com indicating which session(s) you would like to join in order to receive the relevant calendar invite(s).
For more information and the complete program please visit: https://www.intelligentcitieschallenge.eu/events/5th-icc-city-lab
Part of the New European Bauhaus Festival, the Intelligent Cities Challenge will host a side session: Developing circular and sharing economy practices in cities, on Thursday, June 9th at 10.00 to 11.30am CET.
The event will explore the innovative ways five European cities and regions are implementing circularity and sharing solutions to create more liveable and resilient communities.
Amsterdam Metropolitan Region, represented by Space & Matter will share the case of the circular community of Schoonschip, and a vision for scaling up sustainable and citizen-driven communities across Europe via the Crowdbuilding platform.
Alongside Amsterdam Region, best practices and lessons learned will also be shared by fellow ICC cities of Leuven (Belgium), Pescara (Italy), Sofia (Bulgaria) and Porto (Portugal).
The event is open to both ICC community members and all other interested stakeholders. Please subscribe to this registration form in order to receive the calendar invitation.
How can European cities and regions use “sandboxing” methodologies to develop their data ecosystems? This is the central question explored in the project: "Regional and local data-driven
innovation through collective intelligence and sandboxing”.
The purpose of the project is to support the Joint Research Centre (JRC) in identifying and assessing the impact of the development of regional and local data ecosystems on policy and data-driven public sector innovation.
The project has analyzed existing data ecosystems at local and regional level and has supported the cities of Barcelona, Helsinki, Milan and Poznan in experimenting with different sandboxing approaches, aiming to strengthen their data ecosystems, and draw policy lessons for data-driven innovation.
In the context of this project, “sandboxing” refers to testing solutions in a safe environment, with a focus on technical and organizational innovations to enable more efficient and effective delivery of public services through data sharing and reuse. As a result of ongoing interaction with cities, we learnt that it is helpful to differentiate between three types of sandboxing:
- Technical sandboxing: This refers to the process of safely developing and testing new applications before operationalising them. Within the project, technical sandboxing focused on enabling more visualization and analytics tools, as different data sources were combined.
- Traditional (technical) sandboxing: Traditionally, new applications are developed and tested in an isolated technical environment or sandbox before incorporating them into the operating environment. This continues to be a well-used and effective mechanism. There are, however, other options that allow development and testing to take place in a carefully managed way within an operating environment.
- Institutional sandboxing: While the sandbox is primarily a technical environment, the main barriers to developing and producing value in data ecosystems are non-technical. Institutional sandboxing refers to activities aimed at developing and testing solutions to these institutional barriers. Within the project, the institutional sandboxing focused on best practices and policies for Business to Government (B2G) data sharing, such as
incentives, contracts and partnerships to acquire private sector data.
To better understand the experience from other European cities and their stakeholders in using sandboxing to improve data-driven innovation, the project team invites all stakeholders to share their experience with using sandboxing activities to develop data ecosystem via our short Validation Survey which should only take 10-15 min to complete: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcucuuprDIvH9z1j6XP-fMtM6dxgYuySWaX
All interested stakeholders are also invited to participate in a Validation Workshop on April 28, 14:00-16:00 CET, where the project team will present and validate the key findings from the project which focus on challenges and best practices in implementing sandboxing to develop data ecosystems.
The agenda for the workshop will be communicate shortly. Registration is possible via the following link:
Are you working on a project, art piece, cultural or social initiative that presents an inspirational vision for an inclusive, beautiful, and sustainable future? If so, the Festival of the New European Bauhaus is looking for you!
The Festival brings together people from all walks of life to debate and shape our future. A future that is sustainable, inclusive and beautiful. It is a great opportunity to network, exchange and celebrate – from science to art, from design to politics, from architecture to technology. It will feature debates, great speakers, artistic performances, exhibitions and networking opportunities.
How to be part of it
The Festival offers many opportunities for individuals and groups to get involved. Whether you want to present a project or initiative at the Fair, showcase artistic or cultural performances, or organise a side event in your own country, region or town. It is also possible to propose your venue to host an event within the festival, such as a project exhibit or an artistic performance.
Find out more and submit your application by March 21: https://new-european-bauhaus-festival.eu/
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