Urban Tech Summit on September 2
What does the city of tomorrow look like? How will we work in urban space in the future? When life and production move closer together, how will this change the neighbourhood? These and other questions will be addressed at the Berlin Urban Tech Summit on September 2. This year, for the first time, the event will be broadcast live directly from the Siemensstadt.
Anyone can be there when CEDRIK NEIKE, member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG, opens the conference live from the roof of the switching plant. As a keynote speaker, he will give an outlook on how urban life will soon change. Stefan Kögl will give a first-hand account of what this may look like in concrete terms. The architect, urban developer and planner of the new Siemensstadt will take participants on an exciting virtual live tour of the listed industrial area in Spandau.
This year's host is once again RAMONA POP, Berlin's Senator for Economics, Energy and Companies. Once again she has invited bright minds from industry, business, science and politics. Together, the experts will think about, among other things, how a sustainable urban energy supply, mobility in the city of tomorrow or even inner-city production could look like in the future. Urban developers from New York, Abu Dhabi, Vienna and Copenhagen will provide exciting practical examples. So it's definitely worthwhile to be there.
The online event is free of charge. It is best to register immediately using the link on the right