City leaders need new ways of thinking about planning, designing & building our cities - putting the citizen & liveability at the heart of all future projects, developments & transformations.
Every city or municipality is different, with different challenges and a different culture - for cities to become really smart they must embrace their unique context. Technology is an enabler, not the solution, the people must come first.
The Future is Now
Technology offers an opportunity to change our cities for the better. Bringing citizens, politicians & city halls together to co-create outside of the box solutions to some of our biggest challenges.
Our promise to you is original content from all of our speakers, no repetition of previously seen presentations at ours or other events - or you get a free ticket for the next edition of NSC.
Collaboration & debate create an environment for greater understanding. Meet with your peers at NSC 2020 - see how others are overcoming the same challenges & build your network of knowledge.
Listen & learn from some of the smartest cities across the globe, understand how they overcame challenges & delivered real improvement to the quality of life of their citizens.
What's #NSC2020 all about?
NSC2020 IS RESCHEDULED
Due to the current COVID 19 outbreak having reached "pandemic potential" according to the World Health Organisation, the Nordic Smart Cities Conference scheduled for 19 March 2020 in Copenhagen will be rescheduled for 3 September 2020.
What questions must you ask when starting a smart city project? How can you create a culture of innovation that encourages innovation, failure & citizen participation?
Nordic Smart Cities 2020 will address the big questions that city leaders face when they are planning their city of the future - governance, digitalisation, citizen happiness, climate change, health, liveability & more.
Our speakers do not promise to have all of the answers, but through knowledge sharing, networking & collaboration the vision of tomorrow can become a reality.
Want Something Extra?
Build your Network
Co-creation & collaboration are at the heart of all successful smart city projects & they are at the heart of Nordic Smart Cities too.
Take the opportunity to meet speakers, experts & your peers - challenge their views & debate the future development of our cities.
Break down the historical barriers & work together to deliver intelligent, inclusive & liveable cities for everyone.
Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel
Situated about 20 minutes' walk from Islands Brygge, Radisson Blu Scandinavia is a 26-story hotel in a business area of Copenhagen offering comfortable rooms with Scandinavian décor.
This quiet hotel was opened in 1972 and renovated in 2012.
Featuring a panoramic location, the hotel puts guests in the centre of Copenhagen. Located near Danish Jewish Museum, this hotel is just 1.5 km from Tivoli.