Among the themes highlighted at the most important smart cities event in the country, CSC 19 brings the Strategic Agenda for Basic Sanitation, through a partnership with the Ezute and Itron Foundation. Funding alternatives, technologies and universalization of basic sanitation in Brazil, for example, are on the agenda. According to a study by the 2018 National Confederation of Industry (CNI), to universalize access to basic sanitation by 2033, according to the National Basic Sanitation Plan (PNSB), Brazil has to invest at
Ezute Foundation renews participation in CSC 19 and presents news for PPPs and concessions in Sanitation, Lighting and Waste
Connected Smart Cities, Environment and Sustainable Urbanism themes will be widely debated in the 2019 edition through the Itron & Ezute Agenda. In an interview, Ezute Foundation's director of innovation and PPPs, Thomas Strasser, highlighted the renewal of the CSS Sponsorship and joint agenda points. In this sense, the Ezute Foundation, a private non-profit organization whose mission is to contribute to the transformation of organizations, will present, in Connected Smart Cities 2019, the model that the entity has developed for structuring
With the partnership, Connected Smart Cities participants will have the functionality of the 100 Open Startups, which offers Open Innovation experience and connects startups to executives from large companies, governments and entities. The CSC Startup Hub will provide even greater scope for the actions of the event, which among the various lines of action, stands out the realization of the CSC Award, aimed at these organizations. Through its partnership with the 100 Open Startups, a digital platform that uses
(Português) COMEÇA AMANHÃ! Connected Smart Cities reunirá governos e especialistas nesta 3ª e 4ª em SP
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