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Brussels’ Smart City Strategy – Part 2

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The city of Brussels launched in 2023 their smart city strategy, a vision of how they intend to use technology and data to improve services and operations. Although they’ve mostly been focused on urban planning and most of the smart city projects are still in the exploratory phases, some smart solutions they’ve deployed at full scale have already shown quick results.

In this second video of our two-part series about Brussels’ smart city strategy, we interview Aude Robert, Brussels Smart City Coordinator, Alex Geraerdts, Director of Brussels City’s Parking Service, and Akim Jonniaux, PEB Public Building Certifier, to discuss their Scan Cars project that helps them control regulated parking in the city, the deployment of smart waste compactors and smart meter to save energy, as well as future projects like the digital twin they’re developing to curb urban heat islands.

Published on 30/05/2024

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