On March 10th, our team from SURE facilitation & synthesis research joint a Knowledge Exchange to discuss IoT in Urban Development and Smart City Standards. For this purpose, our colleague Ágota Barabas joint the discussion about two main topics: IoT in Urban Development and Smart City Standards.

For the first topic, Henrik Beermann from Fraunhofer IMW presented the CHARMS project. The project aims to improve the indoor comfort of historic wooden houses in Thailand using sensors to collect data for ongoing research.
The second topic was Smart City Standards, with a presentation by Philipp Lämmel from Fraunhofer FOKUS on enabling the structuring process, enhancement, and creation of urban ICT with the help of standardized smart city reference models. As our world becomes increasingly urbanized, it is more important than ever to ensure that our cities are designed to be sustainable, efficient, and resilient. Smart city technologies have the potential to transform the way we live, work, and play in urban environments. The workshop explored the role standardized smart city reference models can play in structuring, enhancing, and creating urban ICT.
The event was initiated by Henrik Beermann from Fraunhofer IMW, hosted by Ralf Opierzynski from Integrationworks, and in collaboration with Egils Rubenis from OCTOBUS. Other speakers included Non Arkara from the Digital Economy Promotion Agency (depa), Thore Dietrich from Frauenhofer IMW, Frank Schwartze and Kai Michael Dietrich from TH Lübeck, Agota Barabas from HafenCity University Hamburg, and Prapatpong Upala & Chalitda Ji Madhyamapurush from King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL) Smart City Innovative Research Academy (SCiRA).



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