The Aftermovie: Highlights from the SmartCity Expo World Congress 2016

“Making your city smart. Together.” This is the slogan we took to the Smart City Expo World Congress 2016 in November in Barcelona. For our international team from 10 European countries, these three days were all about visions, solutions, and inspiration for the smart cities of our future. More than 16,500 visitors, almost 600 exhibitors, and about 600 cities from all over the world took part in the event.

Various representatives from municipalities across Europe showed up at our booth. The mayors and city representatives from Bucharest (Romania), Skopje (Macedonia), Tirana (Albania), Riyeka (Croatia), Monheim (Germany), Gijón (Spain), Naoussa (Greece), and Barcelona (Spain) were particularly interested in our proposition. They were impressed not only with the diversity of solutions we have on offer, but also with our demonstrations of new technologies and trends such as Narrowband IoT and big data, as we explained to them what benefits they can bring in smart city projects.

For a more detailed impression of the proposition we presented at the Smart City Expo World Congress 2016, have a look at our slideshow and video.

We interviewed Ralf Nejedl, SVP B2B/ICT Sales and Services Europe at Deutsche Telekom, about the benefits and challenges of Smart Cities. See the exclusive interview:

 

 

Author: Agnieszka Chrzanowska Marketing Communication B2B Europe, Deutsche Telekom
1 Comments to “The Aftermovie: Highlights from the SmartCity Expo World Congress 2016” Write a comment

Hanns Schempp says:

November 29, 2016 at 1:38 pm

Thanks, Aga, for the grat coverage! I think all of us back home saw & appreciated the buzz you guys generated from Barcelona. Spearheading a future key DT business..

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