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Are Slovak cities ready to be SMART?

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Data collection and their subsequent analysis is key for the creation of an intelligent city. Then it is possible to design and implement specific solutions in the field of energy, transport, waste management and other areas so as to increase the quality of life of the city's inhabitants. Subsequently, sophisticated data interconnection comes into play. And when the city starts to make decisions and manage its investment plans in infrastructure or other activities based on this data, it will turn into SMART.

SMART CITY can only be created through a partnership with the private sector, which brings intelligent solutions and innovations.
At the International ITAPA Congress, we will present the first concrete project that arose between the city of Veľký Šariš and SAS Slovensko s.r.o., ANTIK Telekom s.r.o., SENSONEO j.s.a. and Východoslovenská energetika Holding Group.


Miroslav Kulla

Východoslovenská energetika
Miroslav Kulla completed his university studies with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree at Paris Business School in France. Prior to that, he successfully graduated from the Faculty of Management at Comenius University in Bratislava. He has been working in the VSE Holding Group since 2005. Miroslav Kulla is the sales director of Východoslovenská energetika and the managing director of Innogy Slovensko. It is responsible for the purchase and sale of electricity and natural gas, for investments in innovation and new technologies, as well as for the promotion of comprehensive energy and product solutions for customers.  
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