Tuesday 13/03

9:30am – 11:00am Smart City: How to design the city?

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After short key-notes of the panelists, who each will focus on urban development, design of the circular city and how their projects contribute to the development of their cities, a panel discussion about urban development follows next.

Opening by: Jann de Waal

– Blue City: Lars Crama
– Dutch National Police Department: Hans Schönefeld
– City of Hamburg: Claudius Lieven
– UNStudio: Ren Yee

Context: https://investinholland.com/dutch-cities-featured-architectural-digest-globe-mail/


About the New Dutch Wave Smart City Program
Following the Cities Summit at SXSW, a special Smart City program will be hosted on Tuesday 13 March at the New Dutch Wave house.

The term “smart cities” have become synonymous for cities implementing new technologies, though truly smart cities are more than tech savvy. Cities are reflections of the people who live, work and play within them. Experts from different angles share their visions on how they think the future will look like for cities in all corners the world. We offer an interactive program with professionals from Dutch and foreign cities, startups and entrepreneurs. The overall theme of the day is “the Future of Living” and issues like how urban development can be done in a transparent process in which citizens and professionals cooperate and co-create will be touched.

The New Dutch Wave Smart City program is a kick off to phase two of the Dutch Smart City Strategy with a focus on accelerating international cooperation with cities around the globe, and use the power of the collaborating cities to effectively tender and develop interoperable, scalable and replicable Smart City solutions, and with that, create sustainable industry jobs, welfare and well-being.