SCEWC 2014

Change the world
The 2014 edition recorded previously unbeaten figures with more than 10,000 visitors coming to share the latest thinking on current and future issues related to urban growth.

  • 10,838Attendees
  • 92Countries
  • 440Cities
  • 275Exhibitors
  • 380Speakers

DOWNLOAD THE REPORT

Congress 2014: "Change the world"

SCEWC hosted proposals from experts and opinion leaders suggesting innovative solutions to develop sustainable, resilient, and communicative cities while placing society and the public at the center of the debate.

The 2014 edition of the conference attracted 3,661 delegates (20% more than 2013) and 380 speakers who stressed the need to implement a 'new urban agenda'.

SEE 2014'S PROGRAM

Keynotes

1

Smart Cities change the world by:

Antoni Vives / Deputy Mayor - Barcelona City Council (Spain)

Anibal Gaviria / Mayor - City of Medellin (Colombia)

Venkaiaha Naidu / Union Minister for Urban Development - Government of India - New Delhi (India)

Jerry MacArthur Hultin / Senior Presidential Fellow and President Emeritus - Polytechnic Institute of NYU - New York (USA)

3

The creative process in cities by:

Kengo Kuma / Professor - Tokyo University - Tokyo (Japan)

Deyan Sudjic / Director - Design Museum - London (UK)

2

The future of globalisation by:

Parag Khanna / Global strategist, Best-selling author and Managing Partner - Hybrid Reality Institute (Singapore)

4

Imagining cities that can save the planet by:

Alex Steffen / Planetary Futurist in Residence - IDEO, Design and Innovation Company - San Francisco (USA)

Smart City Plaza

We recreated a real smart city in a 2,000 m2 space at the very center of the exhibition area to showcase real-time solutions from our partners and the "Call For Solutions" initiative.

More than 30 solutions were exhibited to shift innovation.

Side Events & Smart Activities

A series of strategic events and activities took place empowering companies in search of new partners, investors and talent: CitiSense, City Innovation Summit, Job Marketplace, SynergyS, etc.

Among networking activities, highlight the Brokerage Event: one-to-one 30 minutes long pre-scheduled meetings to growth opportunities for business.

AWARD WINNERS

The fourth edition received 120 submissions from 35 countries around the world. Here's the list of winners for the 2014 World Smart Cities Awards:

  • CITY
    Tel-Aviv, Israel. Digitel a personalized, interest and location-based city
    Tel-Aviv - ISRAEL

  • PROJECT
    Copenhagen Connecting: Driving Data to Quality Service to the Benefit of Citizens and Business
    City of Copenhagen - DENMARK

  • INNOVATIVE INITIATIVE
    Omomi
    Mobicure - NIGERIA

EVENTS ABROAD

As Smart Cities proliferate across the globe,
so is SCEWC with a variety of spinoffs from its main event.

Kyoto (Japan) - First Edition

CITY


26-27 Mar 2014

DATES


Kyoto prefecture - Kyoto City
Barcelona City Council - FiraBarcelona
Barcelona Global

ORGANIZER


An excellent opportunity to discover what's happening in terms of smart cities in Asia and what the latest technology is.

MORE INFORMATION

Sign up for our newsletter
Write here your email
Este campo es obligatorio.

I have read and accept this

Este campo es obligatorio.