Smart Cities Need Smart People.
Stakeholders & Local Authorities Engaged & Involved.
Exploring Opportunities For A Smarter Connected Civilisation.
Scouting Innovative Sustainable Technologies For Our Smart Tech Consortium™

Why did we establish in Vienna? Because of its geographic location in the centre of Europe at the start or end point of the Silk Road trade routes between Europe and China? Or because of the favourable business climate and access to highly qualified talent, personnel, networks, support, collaboration possibilities, high-quality resources and future technologies?

2020 brings a series of Smart City Events along the Silkroad 4.0 expedition route. Our 'Smart Tech Consortium' aims to bring together a global community of technology leaders and pioneers using an open innovation approach for facilitating access to new ideas, resources, supply chains and production networks opening new markets and making more efficient use of resources.

Our Environmental Strategy focuses on tackling the underlying causes that are driving nature's decline, the unsustainable food system and climate change. We have therefore set an ambitious target of reducing carbon emissions from business operations and travel as much as we can, using e-vehicles where possible, as well as renewable energy-driven transport services and other forms of low-impact transportation and mobility solutions.

Smart Technology is the means but our travels and connections are the purpose. All members of our Open Caravan Initiative™️ have their own personal cause and Silkroad 4.0 drives this purpose further. We provide a framework for new and beneficial connections to be made, forged, carved and developed.

As we're on the road a lot, we get to experience many different countries, societies, cities, and civilisations, all with wildly different ways of living a life. Designing your life to maximise the advantages of generating income from some places and spending it in others, the concept of Geoarbitrage is not a new one and people have always relocated to design a better life for themselves.

Adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015, the SDGs are a call for serious action by all countries to promote prosperity while also protecting the environment. They recognize that ending poverty must work with strategies that build economic growth and address a range of social needs including education, health, equality and employment, while tackling climate change and working to preserve our ocean and forests.





Driving Smarter Business


Navigating Forwards In A Constantly Morphing Digital World. Solving New Challenges For Digital Civilisations.


SILKROAD 4.0 Collaborates Through
Global Innovation & Business Networks.