SynchroniCity will participate in the Nordic IoT Week on 16 -17 April in Helsinki. Hanna Niemi-Hugaerts and Kaisa Sibelius will present the upcoming SynchroniCity Open Call to solve both environmental and urban traffic challenges through the project. Mikko Lindholm, CIO / CISO of Helsinki Region Environmental Services Authority HSY, will introduce their upcoming LoRa network, as a one option to use in the Open Call.

Hanna Niemi-Hugaerts, IoT Program Director at Forum Virium Helsinki, says: “Helsinki wants to be the most functional smart city in the world. For us to succeed in this mission, we at Helsinki’s Smart city innovation unit Forum Virium Helsinki bring together companies, public sector and citizens to develop tomorrow’s smart city solutions. In this reverse pitching session 2 smart city challenges will be introduced. Solve one of them with us, and take Helsinki one step closer in its mission”.

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Below the agenda of the reverse pitching from Forum Virium Helsinki.

15:05       REVERSE PITCHING: Forum Virium Helsinki – Most functional city in the world – build it with us!

Solving environmental challenges with IoT? Scale to European cities with Synchronicity 100k funding | Hanna Niemi-Hugaerts, IoT Program Director, Forum Virium Helsinki

Bringing more flexibility to urban traffic with IoT? Scale to European cities with Synchronicity 100k funding | Kaisa Sibelius, Project Manager, Forum Virium Helsinki

Build your own LoRa enabled Smart City solution | Mikko Lindholm, CIO / CISO, Helsingin Seudun Ympäristöpalvelut HSY