Partners #UFGC19 .
Better together .
#UFGC19 is organised by the Urban Future team in collaboration with
FutureBuilt which is an innovation programme to promote low carbon, resilient and livable cities in the Oslo region.
The city of Oslo is hosting the conference together with the three other FutureBuilt municipalities Bærum, Asker and Drammen.
In 2019, Oslo will be the European Green Capital, and FutureBuilt celebrates its 10th anniversary. What better time for the URBAN FUTURE global conference to come to Oslo?
As cities get ever larger, more congested and urbanised, enabling efficient, sustainable, and affordable urban mobility will become a pressing challenge. Airbus believes that the solution lies in the sky. As a leader of the Urban Air Mobility Initiative supported by the European Commission, Airbus is uniting public and private stakeholders to make the most out of ground and air transport solutions, city by city. From flying vehicles to helicopters on demand, Airbus’ portfolio of future-ready, socially-conscious projects is helping to overcome this challenge and transform our cities for the better.
Sweco plans and designs the communities and cities of the future. They offer services in the fields of consulting engineering, environmental technology and architecture. With 14,500 employees in Northern Europe, Sweco carries out thousands of projects in 70 countries all over the world. Their projects result in sustainable buildings, efficient infrastructure and access to clean water.
EY’s Future Cities solution stresses the importance of public and private sector collaboration to co-design a holistic approach for resilient cities that integrates emerging technologies and puts citizens at the heart. With their network of professionals from assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services, they are dedicated to serving government, public and private sector organizations.
Daimler’s innovative mobility solutions and associated services are making mobility more efficient in cities and are helping to reduce the negative impact of traffic on urban areas in particular. The Group’s focus is on innovative and green technologies as well as on safe and superior automobiles. Daimler consequently invests in the development of efficient drive trains with the long-term goal of locally emission-free driving: from hightech combustion engines about hybrid vehicles to electric drive trains powered by battery or fuel cell. The company follows a consistent path towards intelligent connectivity of its vehicles, autonomous driving and new mobility concepts.