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June 2021
2 - 4 June 2021, 10:00 - 17:00
Online / Central European Exhibition Centre

URBIS SMART CITY FAIR brings a smart combination of a trade fair and an exclusive conference programme, where leaders in the field of Smart City will be introduced. In the course of two days dozens of representatives of Central European cities and municipalities and leaders in innovations will meet with one goal – to share experience, ideas and examples of specific solutions, how to correctly develop a Smart City concept in cities. So that all citizens could live better in them.

The URBIS SMART CITY FAIR will include a presentation of the results of the C-Roads project, the aim of which was to develop technology enabling in-service vehicles to communicate with each other and with the transport infrastructure.

The URBIS SMART CITY FAIR 2021 will take place on-line and you can register here.

Topics of the 2020 edition:

  • Mobility What is in store for us in the field of autonomous transport, cooperative intelligent transport systems, increasing the safety and easy flow of transport
  • Urbis Environment Habitable public areas in times of climate change
  • Urbis Digitalization Electronic services and digital support of local governments, lessons learned from the pandemic
  • Urbis Management How to restart the local economy and be leaders in innovation

Connect with Climate Change: Sharing ideas, inspiring actions -
‘Raising ambition: A tale of two regions',
29 June 2021, 14:00 - 15:15


Scottish Power, together with the University of Glasgow and the University of Strathclyde, are hosting Connect with Climate Change Events, a virtual exchange series that is taking place throughout 2021 in the run-up to COP26.  

The Connect with Climate Change series aims to offer a platform to engage with academics, students, the public and businesses sharing ideas and views on a range of climate change topics. In advance of COP26 coming to Glasgow, these events will focus on “real-time” discussions around the different climate issues.

The organisations want to provide a forum where, through open dialogue, convention can be questioned and act as a catalyst for positive sustainable change.  

Gavin Slater - Head of Sustainability, Glasgow City Council, and Chief Responsible Officer for the Glasgow component of the RUGGEDISED project - is one of the speakers.