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SmartSuisse 2020 cancelled.

Due to the Federal Council's directives on measures against the coronavirus (COVID-19), SmartSuisse, planned to take place 18 - 19 March 2020, had to be postponed until further notice.

The MCH Group has made every effort to postpone SmartSuisse 2020 to a later date. In personal discussions with partners, sponsors and the Congress Center Basel, many attempts were made to find a new date for the event. Unfortunately, the discussions revealed that it was not possible to find a suitable date for all parties involved. This, together with the constant tightening up of the measures adopted by the Federal Council, led the MCH Group to decide that it was not appropriate to postpone the event and that SmartSuisse 2020 has therefore definitely been cancelled.

The organizers of SmartSuisse deeply regret this situation and would like to thank all partners, exhibitors, sponsors and visitors for their understanding and valuable support.

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Intelligent sustainable urban development solutions

SmartSuisse is a strategy congress with exhibitions presenting the most promising Smart City themes. The mix of strategy and concrete solutions is unique, as is the cross-industry approach aimed at creating stronger networks between the public sector and business and science. SmartSuisse is aimed at all actors who want to actively and sustainably shape the urban life of tomorrow.

The format

  • Congress with keynote speeches in-depth workshops on the following topics
  • Parallel exhibition in the "Smart Avenue" with around 50 exhibitors
  • The Smart Plaza offers space for networking and free catering on the day of the congress

 

The focus

  • Strategies for the digital transformation of cities and municipalities - focus on processes, data and 3D models

  • Efficient and sustainable mobility concepts for people, vehicles and goods

  • Spatial development for better quality of life - new approaches, ideas and technologies

  • The data platform as a core element of urban supply

  • Improved quality of life thanks to sensors, real-time data and multifunctional objects

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Program 2020

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Speakers 2020

These experts on the Smart City sector present practical examples of successful Smart City initiatives at SmartSuisse 2020. 

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