Smart City Week 2014 A vision for society and the role of cities

The objective of Smart city Week 2014 is to create a vision of what is needed in urban development-in light of current social issues-at the present time, and to consider specific methods to achieve this.
This week-long event will be attended by representatives of national and local governments of Japan and other countries faced with the issues at hand, as well as corporations with numerous ideas on how to resolve these issues, who interact with each other through various conference and networking opportunities.
Join us to apply the knowledge you have gained in operational testing to transform your products and services into solutions for society, and into greater business opportunities.

Outline

Dates October 29 (Wed.)-October 31 (Fri.), 2014 (three days)
Venue Pacifico Yokohama
Organizer Nikkei Business Publications
Special cooperation City of Yokohama
Supervision Nikkei BP Cleantech Institute
Cooperation Nikkei Business, Nikkei Ecology, Nikkei Electronics, Nikkei Computer, Nikkei Monozukuri, Nikkei Automotive Technology, Nikkei Architecture, Nikkei Business Online, Nikkei Technology Online, ITpro, KEN-Platz, Nikkei Business Publications Environmental Management Forum, Nikkei Digital Health, etc.
Attendance 50,000

Please note that while the above is anticipated, details are subject to change.

Anticipated visitors

  • National and local government urban development and environmental divisions from Japan and other countries
  • Public facility managers at local governments
  • General construction contractors and developers
  • Building owners
  • Corporate production management and administrative divisions

Sponsors/exhibition targets

  • Renewable energy solutions
  • New energy solutions
  • Rechargeable batteries and electricity storage solutions
  • Energy management systems
  • Remote monitoring systems
  • Hydrogen, fuel cells, etc.

Inquiry

Nikkei Business Publications, Inc.
SOCIAL INNOVATION 2014 Managing Office

1-17-3 Shirokane, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8646 Japan

TEL: +81-3-6811-8084 / FAX: +81-3-5421-9170

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