In the past months Smart Aarhus has been celebrating Digital Spring, and now it is time for IoT Week 2019. IoT Week 2019 is a unique 5-day conference complemented – for the first time ever – by a public expo where leaders from the world of business, technology and science share their ideas of future technology and its impact on our lives.
IoT Week and the Public Expo, is a unique event, full of co-creation and human-centric technology-based ideas and discussions. People not only create data, but hugely profit from the information gathered from them. Experience how it feels to live in the smart community of the future where homes and streets along with people generate a constant flow of data. Data, processed through transaction management, considering privacy and ethics, monitoring shared economies, air and climate quality, public life and space quality, co-creating better homes and cities to live in and through data interoperability, making it possible to connect cities and to create a greater community within the regions.
The Internet of Things (IoT) technologies are already playing an important role in our everyday life and will be even more significant in the future. The question is, how the future of IoT will look like?
IoT Week 2019 takes place in Aarhus from the 17th to the 21th of June
The Public Expo from the 18th to the 20th of June.
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The Public Expo will explore topics such as international cooperation, future manufacturing and industry, smart living & e-health, smart cities & communities, artificial intelligence & smart data, IoT market 6 business models, IoT emerging technologies, IoT security & data protection, 5G & IoT network, smart farming and IoT art & society, embracing the IoT lifestyle, delivering a compact package of exiting demonstrations and interactive sessions.The masterplan of the concept of the public expo is designed in cooperation with Aarhus Municipality, Aarhus University, Gehl Architects, Rambøll and it-forum, focusing on the human-centric experience. The formation of exhibition as it stands is illustrated below:
The Public Expo is free and open for visitors and passers-by, taking place, next to the main venue of IoT Week (Musikhuset), in Ridehuset, Byparken, BORA BORA and the surrounding areas. The ambition is to present Internet of Things in a very concrete and interactive way, unfolding the juxtaposition of analogue and digital. Partners and exhibitors participate by contributing to the envisioned experience through co-creation and integrating real-life visions, rather than showcasing their products.
IoT Week 2019 from the 17th to the 21th of June.
Registration and more information can be found here.
Public Expo, IoT Week 2019 - from the 18th to the 20th of June, Aarhus, Denmark (Open every day from 09:00 to 17:00)
Setting up of the expo area: 12:00 – 22:00, 17th of June (Monday)
Opening ceremony: 11:00 -11:30, 18th of June (Tuesday)
The Public Expo is opened by Henrik Seiding, Aarhus Municipality, Martin Brynskov, Aarhus University, Jeff Risom, Gehl Architects, Neel Strøbæk, Rambøll and Karsten Dehler, it-forum.
Dismantling of the expo area: 17:00 – 22:00, 20 June (Thursday)
Programme for stages
During the Public Expo there will be workshops and sessions held by different stakeholders. If you are interested in booking a stage, please contact Amanda Andersen email@example.com
Tuesday the 18th of June
Wednesday the 19th of June
Thursday the 20th of June
De 32 will have an open workshop targeting schools, where it will be possible to work with Microbits.
Digi Pippi is an association doing workshops and events for girls in the age from 7 to 13 years to create awareness about IT, tech and digitalisation. During the Public Expo there will be two different workshops, where the girls can learn how to code in a fun, easy and engaging way.
Nordic IoT together with Grundfos are doing a workshop focusing on reducing the global water consumption using IoT-solutions.
Sleep in the City is an art installation that shows a series of unique videos recorded in the city and reproduced in real-time. It invites the citizens to reflect on the importance of Sleep in the City. Read more about the digital artwork.