Oct 27th to Oct 30th mySMARTLife took part at Sustainable Places 2020 (online). The project and its methodology were presented on the first day of the conference by Matthieu Grosjean from Steinbeis Europa-Zentrum during a “Smart Cities” paper session.
This year, more than 350 people attended the 8th edition of Sustainable Places which provides a framework for presentations of project results emerging from Horizon 2020, workshops, and networking between different stakeholders. Thematically, the conference did focus on Circular Economy, Digital Twins, BIPV, Local Energy Communities, Sustainable Digital Infrastructure, and as always, all sustainability topics were welcome.
During his presentation on “Smart Cities and Communities as Innovation Hubs”, Matthieu Grosjean did not only focus on market analysis, business model development to the development of a sustainable exploitation roadmap but did also provide an inside in the generated innovations of the mySMARTLife project. to the methodological approach during various phases of implementation.
Further information about the event can be found here.