Future City iHub in the Netherlands has a fantastic opportunity for you. On September 5th, 2019, the FIWARE iHub, in collaboration with the Economic Board Utrecht (EBU), will organize the Networking excursion Digital Twin to Antwerp (Belgium) for administrators with delegation leader Klaas Verschuure (alderman for the Municipality of Utrecht). The goal? To learn about the possibilities of a digital twin for municipalities and provinces.
The excursion has opened up an opportunity for tech companies and data experts to pitch their smart city solution in front of an audience of 40 administrators, as well as the top of municipalities and provinces from the Netherlands. Interested in participating, to share knowledge and bring supply and demand together? You can register your pitch until 10 July 2019 via the Future City Foundation website.
Pitches They Are Looking For:
- Smart city solutions for the issues that municipalities or provinces face (physical, social and economic).
- Successful smart city projects or experiences from local governments that are interesting for other municipalities or provinces.
- Innovative smart city business ideas from smart entrepreneurs, app builders or other techies.
What They Offer:
- 4 minutes in the spotlight.
- Meet & Greet: before and after the pitch, pitchers get their own stand in the reception area (where the lunch and drinks will take places).
- A direct reach of 40 administrators and senior civil servants of municipalities and provinces from the Netherlands and Flanders, who are interested in digital twins.
- Free participation in the pitches.
- Lunch and drinks during the program are included. Travel and accommodation costs will not be covered.
What You Can Pitch About:
- Digital twin
- Real-time data collection
- Analysation of the quality of life in an area based on data
- Prediction of the quality of live in an area based on data
For more information about the open call, the event, the pitches, and the rules and regulations, as well as how to apply, please visit the Future City Foundation website.