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IoT & Smart City Events


12 January in Brussels

Connected Smart Cities Conference
City leaders, community initiatives, representatives of the European institutions, tech experts and business developers will join the conference organised by Open and Agile Smart Cities.

4yfn
27 February – 1 March in Barcelona

4YFN
The IoT Living Lab has been selected to join the Telefonica startup village and will have a booth at 4FYN (Four Years From Now) 2017 during the Mobil World Congress in Barcelona. We will be there for the full conference to share our vision about engaging citizens with Sensitive Cities.


19 April in Utrecht

IoT Tech Commity Holland
The Internet of Things (IoT) Tech Day 2017 will bring together key industries, developers and IoT enthusiasts from all over the world for a day of thought leading presentations, enlightening workshops and top level speakers.


August 2017 (exact dates will be announced soon) in Krakow (Poland)

Open Living Lab Days
Krakow Technology Park is one of the key actors in co-creating and implementing the Regional Innovation Strategy and promoting smart specialization and user-driven innovation approaches in the region.

News

Videos


Marking up the world with Google’s beacon platform


Amsterdam – Winner, European Capital of Innovation 2016


Fast Moving Targets interview with Paul Manwaring
(IoT Living Lab)

Internet of Things interview with Jonathan Carter (Sensemakers)

Our Partner Network

The City as Living Lab

Glimworm creates Internet of Things infrastructure for the city of Amsterdam via the IoT Living Lab by installing Eddystone beacons, iBeacons, sensors and LoRa (long range) wireless networks that accelerate smart citizen solutions.

The Living Lab is open and implemented in public spaces to provide access to developers and solution providers to test next generation interactive mobile applications that also generate open data thus creating new value chains across industries.

The goal of IoT Living Lab is to provide IoT infrastructure and actionable Open Data and developer friendly platforms for emerging IoT innovations which stimulates the creation of new startups and mobile applications making a rapid impact on the local economy.

Recently Glimworm received 100,000 euros funding from the Open Data Incubator Europe to hold the European Presidency IoT challenge that will focus on solving big problems that create positive social impact and share those innovations with other EU member states.

Specific (and demonstrable) applications include: The Beacon Mile, Indoor way finding, Interactive Museum exhibitions (e-Culture), Smart Parking signs, crowd management, virtual guides and next generation wearables for sports and e-health apps.

Apps

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