The REMOURBAN project will be sharing its insights into accelerating smart urban transformation this 2-5 June at the Smart City Event in Amsterdam.
Whilst the main agenda has plenty for the 500 or so participants, with keynote speeches from Neelie Kroes, Commissioner Miguel Canete and a range of academic and industry, REMOURBAN will be sharing project plans in detail. Miguel Á. García, Project Coordinator, Fundación CARTIF and Ángela Rivada, Innovation and Economic Development Agency, Valladolid City Council will co-chair a roundtable session on the ambitious holistic and replicable model for sustainable urban regeneration built upon a joint approach in the sectors of energy, mobility and ICTs. With all the energies now being focused on beginning REMOURABN works, both will seek to share the lighthouse and follower cities initiatives in social progress, urban planning and environmental preservation.
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 646511