The first edition of the Live in a Living City Forum took place in Paris at the Maison de la RATP in June 2014. Since then, the concept has been rolled out in other French cities and abroad.
As the economic, political and cultural capital of France, Paris stands to play a leading role in the effort to build the Smart City of tomorrow. Launched by La Tribune and Live in a Living City, the Greater Paris Smart City Forum will last three days and will bring together the world’s leading political and academic experts.
Marseille is the largest French port, second largest Mediterranean port and third largest French metropolis. As such, it can be considered as one of the world’s capital cities. Launched by La Tribune and Live in a Living City, the Smart City Marseille Mediterranean Forum will be held September 25th 2015. Register now
The Smart City Nantes Forum aims to become a prime Forum recognized both at home and abroad. Its ambition is to build the city of tomorrow, that is, a more human, empowering, united, connected and open city. This first edition, co-organized by La Tribune and Live in a Living City, will take place during the Nantes Digital Week on September 17th 2015. Register now
The Smart City Bordeaux Forum was held on April 3rd 2015 at the Place de la Bourse in Bordeaux. International in scope, the event attracted nearly 10 000 visitors and 4000 participants. The Forum, which led to a great many exchanges and debates, was organized by La Tribune – Objective Aquitaine in partnership with the township of Bordeaux and Live in a Living City.
Santander, a small port city in northern Spain, has become the testing ground for the European Union’s Smart City initiative. “Smart Santander” is a remarkable and ambitious project that aims at transforming the city into a living laboratory by installing nearly 20,000 sensors for 180,000 inhabitants. It was the first city to host a decentralized session of the Live in a Living City Forum on January 21st 2015.