Smart cities – How future cities communicate

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As technology evolves and costs go down, cloud computing and advanced high-speed data transfer combined with robust, mobile hardware such as Smartphones, tablets etc. have given rise to an explosion of the real-world applications.

This is trickling down into the daily lives of every individual, and we see more cities using these solutions to improve services and deliver better living and working conditions to its citizens.

Technology such as AI gives us better insights based on data gathered by sensors and other traditional commercial applications such as payment terminals and control systems combined with historic data. This gives us the opportunity to successfully predict incidents before they happen.

We see technologies such as augmented reality, giving us better opportunity to plan cities in a virtual space and combine it with existing structures.

Oslo aspiring to be the green capital of Northern Europe, we would like to demonstrate how multinationals such as Cisco, and local startups such as Smart cities Norway, are developing solutions for the local municipalities utilizing these technologies.

If you would like to identify your place in future cities, and what business opportunities arise from these smart urban environments, join us at 6 pm June 4th at MESH, Oslo for “Smart cities – How future cities communicate”.

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Terje Christensen. Creating a SmartCity eco system in Norway. Smart Cities Norway is aiming at accelerating smart city development, and transform Norway into a leading smart city nation. Norway is a small, but advanced society, well equipped for developing an international, competitive industry where cities, businesses, state, organizations, academia and committed citizens are all collaborating.

Tom Erik Grimslid. Head of Digitization within Public sector in Norway, leading the Smart City efforts from Cisco Norway. Team leader for Local Govt and higher education, as well as lead on the largest accounts within Local Government.

Silje Bareksten. Oslo Business Regions head of Smart City. Her background is commercialization of technology and cutting edge research from leading science and technology environments in Norway and abroad, as well as collaboration strategies and innovation management in the public sector.

Silje has spent time at the knowledge transfer group at CERN in Geneva, and completed courses in space science at International Space University (ISU) and ESA, the European Space Agency. 

David Amienyo works at the Siemens Global Centre of Competence for Cities which supports city decision-makers in efforts to manage their sustainability performance. By developing cutting-edge methods and tools such as City Air Management and the City Performance Tool, Siemens is playing a leading role in supporting the clean air agenda, helping cities make the transition to a low carbon economy, as well as leveraging the potential benefits of innovative technologies

Vixel develop VR- and MR-tools for some of the largest players within engineering, construction, energy and rocket technology. We specialize in fully automating the visualization processes involved in using virtual reality (VR) and mixed reality (MR), and the data-flow in and out of virtual space.

CHECKD is a cloud-connected toolkit of mobile applications designed specifically to solve measurable problems with managing small, medium and large construction projects. 
CHECKD is simply about getting control in the easiest way possible. Yes, it´s that easy

The aim of VR Oslo business cluster is to provide expert knowledge in Norway and internationally, serving local and global markets. VR Oslo is a testing ground for students, startups, and enthusiasts, where they can share insights with the biggest players on the globe

Belive in driving transformation of the built asset economy through creation & adoption of open, international standards

Through the technology of sensors, IoT and existing data collections, as well as the power of computers and smart algorithms, we have created a digital twin of the physical space.

Pointmedia visualizes this through AR technology and gives users a holographic understanding of the operation. The use of this technology provides great benefits for making quicker decisions, operating smarter, more efficient and greener

Digitally map buildings giving people the freedom to experience any place at any time. Create 3D models as a primary medium for experiencing, sharing, and re-imagining the world around you. Automated, high-quality reality capture and distribution at the push of a button. Scan any place lightning-fast, incredible ease, and fully automated.

Unique experience center that offers the latest virtual reality technology. Such as racing and flight simulators with VR glasses and moving seats. You can play in many shooting VR games, run roller coaster, fly an X wing fighter through star destroyers and much more

Visualiz AS (visualiz.tech) provide a complete set of tools to efficiently aggregate your 3D models, IoT and Big data streams into digital twins. Providing rich models allow you to collaboratively explore and communicate about complex systems, leading to better actionable insights

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