Cities and their infrastructure are getting smarter around the world. This enables them to make optimal use of the opportunities that digitization offers their residents and to implement modern concepts for sustainability. With the first “Smart City” training in Germany, the TÜV SÜD Academy, in cooperation with BABLE Smart Cities, is now offering the appropriate training.
As part of the two-day training course, the participants receive a comprehensive overview of the planning and implementation of innovative, sustainable and digital city models. Examples and experiences from pilot cities and projects around the world provide suggestions for the development of integrated solution approaches and the creation of smart city roadmaps and strategies. In addition, the training offers space for the exchange of experiences and discussion with experts who accompany, advise and support the topic of Smart City globally.
The training is primarily aimed at employees of municipalities and municipal administrations, architects, building planners and employees of companies that offer products and services in the context of digital and sustainable urban development, but is also open to anyone interested.
The pilot event “Smart City Specialist - Basic Knowledge for Digital and Sustainable Urban Development” in Stuttgart can be booked online here: http://www.tuev-sued.de/akademie-de . Further training courses for Berlin, Hamburg and Munich will also be available at this link from mid-August.