CopenhagenNordic Edge Expo

Workshop: Healthy cities roundtable: Helping the Nordic cities solve their challenges

How can Nordic cities use data driven planning to promote green areas and urban gardening? And how could they leverage crowdsensing and tracking data to develop more healthy and resilient cities?

Join us at this roundtable, when cities in the Nordic Smart City Network pose specific challenges to a cross-disciplinary group of some of the most innovative Danish organizations in urban development.  The roundtable will be facilitated by the BLOXHUB Urban Partnerships team.

 

 

13:00 – 14:30  Nordic Smart City Workshop – Healthy cities roundtable: Helping the Nordic cities solve their challenges

Facilitator: Torben Krab

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Torben Krab has through his career worked with the facilitation of multi-stakeholder partnerships both in Denmark and Internationally. He has worked and lived in Southeast Asia and has an extensive track-record in working on creating partnerships between Denmark and Asia within topics like climate change adaptation and smart cities. Torben is today Project Manager at BLOXHUB’s Urban Partnership Program.

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Peter has been working with smart cities for over 12 years, combining the demand from cities with innovative solutions to understand how cities and companies jointly can define problems and explore solutions. He was earlier Director for the City Data Exchange in Copenhagen for Hitachi. 

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Leapcraft is an IoT company focused on Smart City & Building applications. Vinay’s cross disciplinary approach to design & technology has in the past have spanned design of connected consumer products, software and new business models. Vinay’s work has been widely recognised with numerous national and international awards and written about in leading design magazines like Wallpaper, Wired, Wall Street Journal.  

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Rasmus has worked with environmental issues for more than 15 years, of which the last 9 years has been with biodiversity and urban planning as a co-founder of the Danish company Habitats. In Habitats Rasmus works as daily manager and as consultant, strategist, facilitator and urban planner. Focus is to provide practical solutions on biodiversity for companies, municipalities and governments. 

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