Smart City Conference

02. & 03. November 2023
Tower 185
Frankfurt am Main

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Save the Date: 02. & 03. November 2023, Tower 185 Frankfurt am Main

This was the first Smart City Conference

The Smart City Conference in Frankfurt is aimed at TOP decision-makers from:

  • Politics (state and city: decision-making bodies, departments, urban planning)
    (objectives and restrictions, options for cooperation)
  • Investment (project financing and development)
    (where is Smart City investment particularly worthwhile)
  • Project planning
    (what belongs in a multidimensional Smart City planning)
  • Architecture
    (integration of the smart city dimensions)
  • Retail and services
    (land use of city centres and peripheral areas)
  • Industry
    (interaction of working and living)
  • Logistics and supply/disposal
    (securing supply flows into/out of the smart city)

Cooperation partner

For more than six decades, AW Architektur & Wohnen has stood for an exclusive mix of topics from design and living culture, architecture and the art of building, garden design and travel. Lively portraits and reports take a deep look behind the facades, track down trends and present unusual, forward-looking projects.

As one of the leading media of the design and architecture industry, AW Architektur & Wohnen with its accentuated content is a powerful source of inspiration – by means of newly conceived themes, innovative design approaches and discourses on socially relevant topics that are taken up in the new AW dossier.

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Why you should be part of the Smart City Conference:

  • Learn from TOP speakers from North America and Europe
  • Use the knowledge gained to check your Smart City strategy for consistency
  • Use the learnings from others to avoid pitfalls
  • Get comprehensive knowledge in a compact 2 half-day session
  • Learn about funding programs for Smart City projects
  • Expand your network
  • Exchange ideas with experts

More details on the concept of the Smart City Conference:


  • From the basics to the big picture
    Classification of smart city dimensions, interaction and pitfalls
  • Development and transformation of existing buildings
    Concepts and learning effects in new quarters and traditional city centers
  • Attractive city centers: shopping or showroom?
    How do city centers and shopping streets remain attractive? And what does this mean for last mile delivery and municipal finances?
  • Smart City as a development boost
    Innovative solutions from architects and experiences from smart solutions
  • Insides: International Smart City approaches
    Learning effects and transferability: How all stakeholder’ needs can be taken into account?
  • Dialogue: DO‘s & DON’Ts
    in Smart City implementations. Which mistakes/problems can be avoided?

Key Facts

02. November Afternoon
03. November Morning

Tower 185 | 48. Etage
Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage 35
60327 Frankfurt am Main


Your contact persons

Lisa Jung
Telefon: +49 69 7595-3048

Robert Saran
Telefon: +49 69 7595-3047

Sabrina Schewe
Telefon: +49 69 7595-3019