Several Triangulum partners, such as our Fellow City Prague representatives Monika Uhlenbruch and Adam Pajgrt from IPR Prague and Sonja Stöffler from the University of Stuttgart, participated in the replication workshop “Learning from the most innovative” organised by RUGGEDISED project in their Fellow City Brno, Czech Republic.
The workshop was held back to back with the Urbis Smart City Fair 2019, inviting interested stakeholders and city and replication representatives from other smart city projects. The aim of the workshop was to help city representatives to learn about the most innovative (smart) city projects throughout Europe.
The workshop was “project focused”, meaning that concrete selected smart solutions were discussed at round tables. While some round tables focused more on technical aspects, others were more devoted to implementation processes, governance aspects, business models, public procurement, citizen engagement and data usage.
Sonja Stöffler from the University of Stuttgart and part of the replication work package of Triangulum participated in the Panel Discussion on “Building Smart Districts by Lighthouse cities leaders and Replication workshop findings”, together with RUGGEDISED representatives Albert Engels, Carina Aschan, Gavin Slater, Katelien van den Berge (previously part of the Stavanger local consortium) and moderated by Mario Gualdi. You can listen to a recording of the discussion here.
Learn more about the event at https://www.smartcityfair.cz/ruggedised/
Pictures @ Triangulum / University of Stuttgart