The exhibition’s honorary sponsors were, among others: European Commission, Ministry of Climate and Environment, Ministry of Finance and Regional Policy, President of the Warzawy Capital, Union of Polish Cities And federation of polish cities. The exhibition was also supported by many partners, including such well-known companies as Allegro SA, Orange Polska SA, T-Mobile Polska SAAnd Robert Bush St. Zoo and sponsors QB Mobile Sp. Z oo Caruma Sp. z oo, Asseco Data Systems SA, Comtegra SA, Instytut Systemów Publicznych, INEA SA, S4C Operator Sp. z oo, Baid Group Sp. z oo, Yanosik Traffic, Egis SA

The event was also attended by companies from outside Poland. These were, among others: Winncom Technologies EU Ltd – Ireland, Milestone Systems Bulgaria EOOD – Bulgaria, Hanwha Techwin Europe – Great Britain, Optibus – Israel.

The exhibition and accompanying conference were opened by the Mayor of Warsaw, Włodzimierz Karpiński. 45 speakers from Poland and abroad participated in the exhibition conference dedicated to current issues related to modern urban technology. They talked about global trends, among others: Bruno Hervet – CEO of SUEZ Consulting and Executive Vice President of the SUEZ Group Smart Cities (Francja), Jan Coles CEO Be-Mobile (Belgium), Filippo Luigi, Ph.D. – Business Development Manager Intermodal Solutions Siemens Mobility GmbH (Niemcy), Alexander Atanasov Milestone Systems (Bulgaria).

On the main stage, prizes were also presented at the Smart City Poland Prize competition, the winners of which this year were: Bolesławiec City, Milestone Systems, Baid Group and Orange Polska in two categories.

“I am delighted that after two years we are back in the exhibition hall, and that we have the opportunity once again to create an innovative and unique event, together with our partners and exhibitors, which is Smart City Expo Poland. Good reception for this year’s edition among exhibitors and visitors already today I can assure that we will meet in 2022 will take place from 25 to 26 October, and the scale of the event organized under normal “post-pandemic” conditions will certainly be greater.” – summed up Peter Łyżeń – President of the company organizing the exhibition.

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