The RECI Technical Committee concludes its meeting at the 9th GSW in Valencia

DATE October 7, 2019

The RECI Technical Committee concludes its meeting at the 9th GSW in Valencia

Meeting of the RECI Technical Committee within the framework of the 9GSW in Valencia

On October 3, the meeting of the Technical Committee of the Spanish Network of Smart Cities (RECI) was held at the Valencia Conference Center, within the framework of the 9th Green Standards Week From Valencia. In it, expert technicians in Smart Cities management from different cities had the opportunity to tell their experiences within the Working Groups. In this way, the Technical Committee became a space for convergence between cities in which they could be aware of the main innovations in the field of Smart Cities.

The meeting was attended by 80 people from the local entities of: Orihuela, Valladolid, Paterna, Seville, Benidorm, Torrent, Barcelona, Hospitalet, Provincial Council of Valencia, Alcoy, Palma de Mallorca, Alcobendas, Salou, Seville, Abarán, Provincial Council of Ourense, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Consell Insular d'Eivissa, Alzira, Castelló de la Plana, Provincial Council of Huesca, Madrid, Murcia, Benicàssim, Onda, Logroño, Sagunto, Paterna, Ronda, Valencia, Gijón and Rivas Vaciamadrid.

Other organizations and institutions also attended, such as representatives of the CTN 178 Technical Committee, Polytechnic University of Valencia,, Spanish Association for Standardization, Basel Regional Center for South America and ITU-International Telecommunications Union.

Exhibition of good practices of Working Group 1: Social innovation

The meeting began with the presentation of the experts belonging to the Working Group 1, where examples of experiences and good practices linked to open government, social innovation and smart tourism were presented, with the examples of the cities of Benidorm that explained its strategy to become the first certified Smart Tourist Destination, Alcoy that explained its strategy of SmartOffice and the synergies between smart tourism and culture that they are launching and finally Valencia that explained to us its digital marketing strategy and the development of its smart tourist information system.

Inside of the Working Group 2, examples were presented such as that of Seville, with the Pilot project Smart City for Holy Week 2018 intended for the management of large agglomerations of people, and Rivas Vaciamadrid who explained to us his experience with the Scada platform and the implementation of its deployment in IOT for the remote management of public services and supplies.

He Working Group 5, had the participation of the cities of Torrent and Barcelona. The city of Torrent presented its project for safe school routes linked to sensorization and monitoring elements as a good practice. For its part, the city of Barcelona shared its experience with the Sentilo open source sensor and actuator management platform.

The fourth session, intended for Working Group 4, focused on mobility solutions developed by cities, case of Seville through its experiences in pedestrianization, bicycle mobility and currently with the ordinance for Personal Mobility Vehicles (VMP). For its part, the city of Valladolid explained its integrated mobility and renewable energy strategy in addition to its commitment to standardization, interoperability and use of open data.

The Technical Committee ended with the presentation of good practices of the Working Group 3, focused especially on 5G infrastructures. The city of Barcelona presented its experiences such as the Barcelona Municipal Data Office and the BCN Digital initiative. For its part, the city of Rivas Vaciamadrid carried out a practical demonstration of its integrated remote management platform, connecting and operating remotely with various municipal equipment and services.

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