To ensure maximum awareness of the project results Espresso uses a variety of different dissemination activities (e.g. workshops, papers, conferences). Here you can find some of the Dissemination Highlights.

The complete list of all Dissemination activities can be downloaded in the Deliverable-Section.

Smart City Expo World Congress 2017

Location: Barcelona

Date: 14th – 16th November 2017


Involved Partners: OGC, DIN, ETSI, Rotterdam

The Smart City Expo World Congress tries to link the urban reality with the technological revolution. The management team of the EIP-SCC Market Place, in collaboration with other Smart Cities projects funded by the European Commission, had a stand at the Expo to answer all the questions from the audience and give them advice on topics related to smart cities and communities. ESPRESSO take part at the stand of EIP Smart Cities and Communities and delivered input during the workshops 

Lecture Notes in Geography/Proceedings

Date: July 2016

Reviewed Paper

Involved Partners: Uni KL

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ESPRESSO provided a reviewed Paper for the ICCSA 2016 in Beijing.


Morgenstadt Werkstatt 2016

Location: Stuttgart

Date: 27th – 28th September 2016

Espresso-Workshop and Projectpresentation

Involved Partners: Fraunhofer, DIN, Uni KL

A three-hour workshop was planned and carried out during the “Morgenstadt Werkstatt” workshop in Stuttgart (Germany). This served different purposes. On the one hand, to promote and present the ESPRESSO project and its core content as well as to gain members for the SmaCStak network. In addition, urgent needs of the individual partners gathered at Projectplace should be discussed in a suitable workshop format and solutions should be collected. With the help of the project-specific flyers and banners, ESPRESSO was also promoted beyond the workshop.

ESPRESSO Pilot Workshop

Location: Rotterdam

Date: 24th May 2016


Involved Partners: ISOCARP, Rotterdam

The meeting witnessed 14 participants, mainly from the Rotterdam municipality (account managers, head of department of Geoinformation, GIS experts, project manager for Smart Cities, initiator of „Digital City”), but also key stakeholders such as Future Insight. The main aim of the workshop was to establish a first discussion on the priorities of Rotterdam for being an ESPRESSO Pilot, starting with the key questions:

  1. What represents the concept of Smart Cities for Rotterdam?
  2. What are the principles of SC for the city, and which are the current achievement?
  3. What future plans and strategies need to be taken into account?
  4. What are the opportunities, barriers and future development plans in the key sectors of importance for the city?
  5. What case studies of interest can be considered for the ESPRESSO project?

Ideas for use cases and scenarios which they are considering / developing now: selflearning maintenance department alerts, water management via rain sensors (which they have installed) and reusing wastewater to warm up roads in winter (scenario to be expanded to warm up also buildings), wastebin „fullness level” sensors for optimization of wastemanagement vehicle routes, and other initiatives. A promising liaisoning with Rotterdam is the CityKeys project. They also referred us to the Open Agile Smart Cities Network (