Smart Cities Connect  Conference & Expo

MAY 15-18, 2023 | DENVER, CO

Submissions


Spring 2023 Smart Cities Startup Challenge

Challenge Criteria:
The pitch must be for a new and independent venture or novel technology from a university, non-profit research institution and labs, or a startup at the seed, start-up, or early-growth stage. Plans that include proposals for expansions of existing companies, spin-outs or research from existing corporations, and other consulting projects or analyses are not eligible. Licensing technologies from universities or research labs is encouraged, assuming they have not been commercialized previously. Submitting startups should not have more than $1,000,000 in revenues in the prior year. Accepted submissions must register for the Start-up Registration rate.

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Contact Information

Note: In addition to the contact information, the following information may be made available to conference attendees if organization is invited to participate in program. Please do not include any confidential or proprietary information in your submissions details.

Organization Information

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Must start with a http:// or a https://, for example: http://www.acme.com

Technology Details

50 words max.
If Other selected above.
TRL numbers are defined here: https://www.nasa.gov/pdf/458490main_TRL_Definitions.pdf
Enter up to 3 technology keywords separated by commas.
Enter up to 3 market keywords separated by commas.
200 words max. What is transformational about this technology? How is it different from existing technologies? What is the potential impact on industry, markets and society?
200 words max. Why should cities be interested in this technology? faster/lighter/stronger/cheaper/efficient, etc.
50 words max. i.e, Prize, Challenge, Accelerator, Award Programs.
50 words max. VC, corporate, angel, grants, etc.
200 words max.
200 words max.
Smart Bases, Buildings, Mobility, Energy, Infrastructure, Networks, Sensors, Big Data, AI, Cyber, Drones, etc.
*A non-traditional defense contractor means an entity that is not currently performing and has not performed, for at least the one-year period prior to the date of this application, any contract or subcontract for the Department of Defense that is subject to full coverage under the cost accounting standards prescribed pursuant to section 1502 of title 41 and the regulations implementing such section.

Silver Sponsors

Comcast
NiSource
Rubicon
Spectrum
Xylem

Bronze Sponsors

Amazon Web Services
Ameresco, Inc.
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Duke Energy
Esource
IDC
NREL
Nokia
OATI
Ookla
Passport
Payit
Progress Solar Solutions
Semi
Siradel
SWIFT Rails
TMobile
TNL
Ubicquia
Wi-SUN Alliance

Premier Partners

USignite
RIOT

Supporting Organizations

Advanced Energy Economy
aSTEAM
ATIS
ATI
Cityfi LLC
Cleantech San Diego
Colorado Cleantech Industries Association
Colorado Smart Cities Alliance
Colorado Technology Association
Dallas Innovation Alliance
Digi.City
Guidehouse Insights
Innosphere Ventures
Internet2
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Marketplace.city
Metrolab Network
Open Connectivity Foundation
Riot
Smart Cities San Diego
Smart Columbus
University Of Texas
What Works Cities

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