Etiqueta: Digital transformation

Martin Brynskov: "The way cities are organized is 200 years old"


Chair of Open & Agile Smart Cities and associate professor in interaction technologies at Aarhus University

A year of hyper-accelerated digital transformation: what our cities and societies have learned


CEO of anteverti & Curator of the Smart City Expo World Congress

What have we learned from the intersection between this pandemic year, life in cities and digital transformation? Our team has identified four areas and trends where the way forward is clearer today than it was a year ago.

Turning a year of pandemic into inclusive growth: 4 keys for cities


Consultant at Anteverti & Expert in Local and Regional Economic Development

The pandemic has been a system-wide shock - but also an opportunity to definitely update our cities’ economic model to the digital age and to the ecological transition while putting people at the core.

Cities and internationalization: 4 trends that are shaping a new scenario of opportunities


Research Fellow at CIDOB

Cities and peri-urban territories must see today’s situation – and recent digital hyper-acceleration– as an opportunity to reposition themselves on the global map.

Covid-19 and the future of cities: 9 emerging trends in digital transformation


Deputy Director General of Anteverti & Expert in Urban Innovation and Public Policies

Our expert analysis | The pandemic has accelerated many digitalization processes that were predicted to be more gradual – and urban management has been no exception.