Munich 22–23 Nov 2022

Smart Infrastructure

Networked Infrastructure that use interoperable data to pilot and provide public services

Smart Regions and Smart Cities need interoperable / open data to ensure a smooth and proper operation of their infrastructures. This interoperability can create intelligent, networked infrastructures that monitor and optimize numerous public services such as (energy, water, waste management, transport, public health or education) more easily. In this way, they can be operated more cost-effectively and sustainably for our environment.

The aim is to create digital twins of the “Smart Region”, which, with the interoperable data from the areas of “Construction 4.0” and smart buildings “Property as a Service“, form a digital platform that constantly optimizes and learns itself (artificial intelligence)

The advantages for those responsible in cities, regions and metropolitan areas

Smart infrastructures are the foundation for the digital transformation of the regions. These are needed to meet the rapidly growing challenges in terms of reliability and performance.

They are at the heart of the public service missions of local and regional administrations and contribute to greater environmental efficiency, more sustainable development and a better quality of life.

The advantages of smart infrastructures for cities and municipalities

  • Reduced environmental impact through more efficient infrastructure
  • Simplification of infrastructure planning and maintenance (Digital Twin)
  • Optimization of investment and operating costs
  • Sustainability of public services

Planning of infrastructures and equipment based on Digital Twins, predictive and preventive maintenance of facilities, intelligent management of communal and urban space, integration of RPP in local and regional models, and numerous new services for citizens – the applications of smart infrastructures are endless.