Time: 9:30 - 14:00 (EEST)
Venue: Wellton Riverside SPA Hotel, 11. novembra krastmala 33, Riga
We are simply imagining a world where we will throw the smartphones away and live with very user-friendly glasses, which become our interface to a new version of the internet. This new internet will superimpose in front of us our applications and a hybrid world, which is useful, seamless and secure.
The meeting is organized to gather key stakeholders interested in METACITY initiative development. Riga, Latvia is serving as the first place of action. Latvia has previous achievements in defining future technologies and showing strong both public and private sectors' commitment to fostering world-changing technologies in the frame of Techritory ecosystem.
Metacity Meeting agenda and Concept Note for Guests
Discussion “Regional security via transport, energy and infrastructure: the role of chambers in it”
Time: 9:00 - 12:30 (EEST)
Venue: Zunda Towers, Ranka dambis 30, Riga
After February 24, political, economic, and social arrangements fundamentally changed. We're in the grip between past and future, meaning there is an opportunity for change right now. As European cooperation is becoming increasingly important, the discussion will focus on building closer partnerships through transport, electricity, and infrastructure. Should existing cooperation be re-evaluated? How are the Three Seas Initiative, the Recovery and Resilience Facility, and other initiatives and instruments looking now? Should there be some changes?
Three Seas’ Digital Pillar: region’s own cybersec and connectivity in focus
Time: 14:00 - 15:00 (EEST)
Venue: Business Forum venue Hanzas Perons Terrace
In the scope of the digital pillar of the Three Seas Initiative, cybersecurity is of paramount importance, closely related to vitally significant issues of connectivity. Due to its strategic location and economic potential, the global community takes a close interest in the Three Seas region as the frontline of cyberspace. Meanwhile, modern states, their societies and economies looking to remain cyber secure are more and more dependent on effective connectivity with 5G technology driving the 4th industrial revolution and often dominating the discussion on security and technological sovereignty.
3SI’s very own, region-grown cybersec and 5G business representatives will meet to share best practices, highlight their concerns and find means for close regional cooperation to make the 3SI’s digital pillar stronger than ever before.
Three Seas’ Digital Pillar agenda and Concept Note for Guests