10 THE GOVERNMENT FOR SMART CITIES (E-GOV)
10.1 The government and the citizen (G2C)
10.2 The government and business (G2B)
10.3 Integrated systems of government (G2G)
11 THE ECONOMY – INTERACTION BETWEEN THE ECONOMY AND THE SMART CITY
11.1 Transformation of business ecosystems, innovative trends
11.2 The circular economy
12 TRANSPORT AND MOBILITY
12.1 Transport infrastructure and transport systems
12.2 Intelligent mobility
13 EDUCATION, SHARING AND COMMUNICATING THE PRINCIPLES OF THE SMART CITY
13.1 Educational processes, information sharing and communication in the Smart City
13.2 Civic society and the Smart City
14 HEALTH AND LIFESTYLE
14.1 Healthcare and social care (e-Health)
14.2 Support of a healthy lifestyle (projects of the “Healthy City” type)
15 SAFE AND ROBUST CITY
15.1 Safe city for life, work and business
15.2 The resolution of natural disasters and anthropogenic crises
16 URBANISM AND PLANNING FOR SMART CITIES
16.1 The strategic development of functional and balanced cities within the framework of Smart City concepts
16.2 Innovative urban planning, development of the public space
17 THE ENVIRONMENT
18 WASTE MANAGEMENT
19 WATER MANAGEMENT
20 SMART BUILDINGS
20.1 Smart (intelligent) buildings – optimisation, principles of development, long-term trends
20.2 Environment, means and projects supporting smart living
21 ICT, OPEN DATA
21.1 Information and communication technology (ICT)
21.2 Open data for Smart Cities
21.3 IoT – “the Internet of Things” and its part in Smart City concepts/models
22.1 Power engineering and technical infrastructure
22.2 Energy management / intelligent energy for Smart Cities
23 COMMUNAL EQUIPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY
24 A SMART CITY MODEL: STANDARDS, METHODS, PLATFORMS AND ROADMAPS
24.1 Standards for the Czech Republic (the national level)
24.2 Global models for Smart Cities, platforms, methodologies, indices
24.3 Sustainable and feasible concepts and projects for cities and regions (Smart City roadmaps)
25 TOOLS SUPPORTING SMART CITY PROJECTS
25.1 Horizon 2020: Smart Cities and Communities: EU + Czech Republic in the period 2014–2020
25.2 The financial sector and its services for Smart City concepts and projects
25.3 Public-private partnership (PPP)
25.4 Expert consultancy for government
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Award-winning exhibit - the URBIS 2017 Gold Medal
Gold medals awarded to the best products at trade fairs in Brno have a nearly sixty-year tradition. With a Gold medal you gain a prestigious award that will help you convince customers of the quality of your product or solution. Gold medals are awarded by a judges’ panel that includes international experts.
AWARD-WINNING PRODUCTS IN 2017
Electronic passenger ticketing – Dopravní podnik města Brna, a.s.
The recipient of the first ever URBIS Gold Medal was Dopravní podnik města Brna, a.s. (Brno Public Transit Authority), which in 2016 introduced an electronic ticketing system that identified passengers via payment card. The judges were impressed by the user comfort of the system, the openness of the platform for further expansion, and its security, including protection of the personal data of users.
“In addition to SMS tickets, EOC is another way to cater to passengers and keep up with the times. We are very proud to have received this award and consider it a challenge and commitment to the future. Another great honor for us is the fact that over 39,000 passengers have already purchased electronic tickets.”
(Miloš Havránek, CEO of DPMB, a.s.)