The Danish Smart City Network is a network for organizations and institutions across Denmark for exchanging knowledge, experiences, and ideas
on smart city initiatives. The aim is to establish a forum that explores the potential for smart city solutions and that supports the development of
smart city initiatives throughout the country.
Specifically, the Smart City Network contributes to the strategic effort of digital urban development by investigating how ICT solutions can support
existing projects, how city actors can be brought together with decision makers, and how citizens experience and participate in developing a smart city.
Smart City Network is a national collaboration initiated in 2013 by the Danish Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural Affairs and Aarhus University.
Aarhus University, who is a member of Smart Aarhus, has a leading role in coordinating the network’s activities.