URBIS offers solutions to overcome the coronary crisis. Now for a more advantageous entrance fee
We know very well that the current difficult times bring a lot of pressure. But it is also a good opportunity for innovation - both processes and technologies. And these will be offered by the URBIS SMART CITY FAIR trade fair at the Brno Exhibition Center from 2 to 4 September . We look forward to meeting you!
We also try to respond to the current situation and create such a background that will help improve the current situation with smart solutions. Therefore, we decided to adjust the conditions of the event so that it would be beneficial for everyone. With regard to current events, we have adjusted the prices of the entrance fee to support the participation of visitors, for whom any savings are important these days, while maintaining the prestige of the whole event. We have prepared ticket packages for local governments with up to a 50% discount. So what can you look forward to?
Experts will advise not only on dealing with the consequences of a pandemic
The cornerstone of the fair continues to be a professional conference at which the world's leading experts will present innovations in the field of smart cities. They will also respond to the current pandemic, which has affected almost all areas. At the exhibition center, you will learn how to reduce the negative impact and restart the economy thanks to smart solutions. Look forward to dozens of workshops, expert panels and conferences.
URBIS CITY will show the solution in practice
This year's novelty - URBIS CITY - will help you get a better picture of smart solutions in practice. Demonstrations directly in the exhibition grounds will make it easier for you to decide which smart solutions to choose for your city. In addition, on Friday, September 4, we will go on excursions to local companies that have already implemented these solutions.
Major European projects in Brno
The important platform EIP-SCC (The European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities) will also be presented at the exhibition center. Not only through our own exhibition, but also through a public meeting with presentations by representatives of the European Commission and the EIP-SCC or meetings of individual thematic initiatives. URBIS will also host an important meeting of Smart City Lighthouse projects, which will also include a discussion on the follow-up Horizon Europe program, which will schedule a research and innovation budget for 2021-2027.