The Latvian city Jelgava, one of the recognised leaders in Nordic-Baltic region in practical implementation of Smart City concepts, obtained Smart City Monitor technology license for the ambitious digital transformation projects in the municipality.
Pharos Navigator ® (PharosN) by GOLEM IMS GMBH was presented at the urban industrial solutions section as a unified digital transformation platform for Smart Cities and Industry 4.0 offering cutting-edge innovation framework for diverse applications in the long-lasting partnership between the company and UNIDO.
Smart Urbana innovative project started in January 2017 under H2020 programme. The project enables municipalities with CPS (Cyber-Physical System) instruments and business models for digital transformation of real-time data about urban processes into digital services for the community.
Smart City Monitor was presented at the Smart City Expo World Congress 2016 (SCEWC) in Barcelona, 15-17 November 2016. This innovative urban technology draw strong interest among the expo visitors which looks for answers to increasingly complex issues of urban management and developments.
Mr. Serguei Golovanov, Chief Executive Officer, GOLEM IMS GMBH (Austria) was invited to take part in the Conference.
Our recent developments bring news which can be useful for everybody involved in the Smart City projects, calls, developments and capacity building programmes.
The workshop was organized by ASIDEES and GOLEM IMS GMBH and attracted attention of many participants from different countries including Austria, Abu Dhabi, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovak Republic, Slovenia and Spain. The event started with the lecture by Professor Hisakazu Okamura from Asia University (AUI), Tokyo, Japan.
The Pharos Navigator platform was presented at the LEARNTEC 2016 fair and convention in Karlsruhe, Germany answering to its theme "Future Learning: Digital learning culture" and the key questions: “How do we gain and manage knowledge in the age of Industry 4.0?”
The new platform “Smart City Monitor” for small and medium cities was presented in the Forum Green Cities & Sustainability 2015, Malaga, Spain. The forum revealed the latest trends and solutions to improve smart management of cities and their sustainability.
Event was hosted by the Austrian Research Promotion Agency FFG together with the Austrian Chamber of Commerce and the Vienna Business Agency. Software days and Celtic-Plus Event attracted many participants from different countries all over the world. Mr. Golovanov, CEO of GOLEM IMS GMBH also took participation in this event.