Welcome to the 100 Intelligent Cities Challenge Marketplace. Here you can explore the cities and communities of the 100 Intelligent Cities Challenge, learn about the successfully deployed solutions which might be relevant to your city, or showcase the successful best practices of your city or community.
Aarhus has a well-educated labour force along with R&D environments of high international class, which in conjunction with a well-developed infrastructure and a range of business strengths are contributing to the city being a unique and attractive place for investments. Aarhus is the right place for businesses who want to deliver solutions of the future. The city’s innovation capacity is recognised internationally and the city has been finalist in the European Capital of Innovation Awards for 2017 and 2018.
Located on the south coast of Ireland, Cork City is the second largest city in Ireland and second largest English-speaking city in the European Union. Cork City is the key economic driver of the southern region of Ireland and has a population of over 210,000 people.
Espoo is the second largest city and the fastest-growing city in Finland, located next to the capital city of Helsinki. A diverse city of more than 289,000 people, Espoo is a home to 150 nationalities and 680 international companies. While most European cities reminiscent of the Middle Ages have one city centre, Espoo is truly a network city comprising five city centres.
The city of Porto is the second largest city in Portugal, and the ‘capital’ of the Northern region, which is the heart of industry in the country.
Botosani, located in north east Romania, is a living cultural heritage. The city is the birthplace of many celebrated Romanians such as Mihai Eminescu, a Romanian poet, and Nicolae Iorga, one of Romania’s most important historians.
Karlskrona, a city spread over 30 islands, is one of Sweden’s hidden gems. Karlskrona is Sweden’s only baroque city, some parts of the city are protected by the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Alcoy is a blooming city situated in the Alicante province in Spain. The city’s rich history can be explored with different guided tours that will lead you around the city.
In between three artificial lakes lies Mantova. With its medieval and renaissance cityscape it is a perfect place for tourists to explore and enjoy what Northern Italy has to offer.
L’Aquila is the capital of the Abruzzo Region in central Italy. It is located near the Aterno River and is surrounded by the Apennines. L’Aquila is a modern college town, but its long history is not forgotten.
The Amsterdam Region is comprised of 32 municipalities and two provinces (North Holland and Flevoland). Around 2.5 million people, approximately 14% of the Dutch population, live within the Amsterdam Region.
Enclaved in between water and mountain lies Switzerland’s second largest city, Geneva. Geneva is a diverse and modern city.
Located by the Adriatic Sea in Croatia lies Rijeka. It is the third largest city in the Republic of Croatia and the center of Primorsko-Goranska County. Historically Rijeka has been influenced by numerous cultures and nations, you can find this influence in the architecture across the city. Because of its openness the city is known for its hospitality, tolerance and coexistence.
The Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg is Germany’s second largest city and Europe’s third largest port. Hamburg is a huge and modern city, despite this you won’t see a skyscraper disturb the skyline of the city. Hamburg has been around since a long time and showcases its history through the various architectural styles you can find in the city.
In the northeast of Spain lies Barcelona, capital city of Catalonia. Barcelona is a major cultural, economic and financial centre. The old city centre has many buildings that date back to medieval times, which shows how long the city has been around.
Ljubljana is the capital city of Slovenia, this beautiful city is located in between the Alps and the Karst. Ljubljana is an important cultural, educational, economic, political and administrative centre in Slovenia.
Budapest is the capital of Hungary. The Queen of the Danube is an architectural gem, with its frivolous buildings, bridges and squares is without a doubt one of the most beautiful in the world.
Sofia is the capital and most populous city of Bulgaria. Sofia’s population exceeds 1.3 million, 1.6 million within the surrounding region, over an area of 492 km², making it the 14th largest city in the European Union. Sofia is a city with a very eclectic style.
Derry City and Strabane District Council area comprises the second largest city in Northern Ireland and the fourth largest city on the Island of Ireland. Derry~Londonderry is the ‘Capital of the North West’ and is at the core of the only functional economic city region of its scale which straddles the border into the Republic of Ireland.
Maribor is the second largest city in Slovenia, the centre of the cohesion region of Eastern Slovenia and of the Podravje statistical region. As an economic, financial, administrative, educational, cultural, commercial, and tourist centre of North-eastern Slovenia, Maribor has an immense geostrategic position along the Drava River, among Pohorje, Kozjak and Slovenske gorice, between the Drava valley and the Drava plain.
The Municipality of Slovenj Gradec considers the following prospects for development in the field of smart cities:
City of Jyväskylä is a growing and internationally recognised city of education and expertise. Our mission is to make Jyväskylä the best place to live, work and study.
Torrent is a municipality in the province of Valencia, located 9 kilometers from the capital and just 15 kilometers from the sea, which has more than 80,000 inhabitants in an area of 69.32 km², framed by the El Vedat forest area.
The city of Gijón is located in Northern Spain. With 271.780 inhabitants, it is the most populated and industrial city of Principality of Asturias region.
With a population of 50,000, Celje is Slovenia's third largest city. It is a major business, educational, cultural, and healthcare hub of the Savinja region.
Las Rozas is a municipality located in the northwest suburbs of Madrid region, halfway between the capital city and the National Park “Cumbres de la Sierra de Guadarrama”, with a high standard of well-being, magnificent services, high education rates and a spectacular green environment. Our city is determined to become a center of urban innovation.
Installation of PYRO – BOX SMART mobile pedestrian counters and associated training and licensing costs. The counters are capable of operating accurately and reliably in all weather conditions and of being re-located for specific events and locations as required.
"Izboljšajmo Maribor - Let's Improve Maribor" is an interactive web service for submitting initiaitves and issues to the Municipality of Maribor. Its purpose is to facilitate citizens' contact with the local community.
"Izboljšajmo Maribor - Let's Improve Maribor" is an interactive web service for submitting initiaitves and issues to the Municipality of Maribor. Its purpose is to facilitate citizens' contact with the local community.
In its strategic documents (Integrated Transport Strategy 2015, Municipal Environmental Action Programme 2008-2013, Development Strategy of Maribor 2030, Local energy concept of the Municipality of Maribor 2012) Municipality of Maribor put down a number of objectives for sustainable mobility in the city. One of the aims is the increased use of public passenger transport (PPT) that supports a user-friendly experience.
A comprehensive upgrade and expansion of the RTPI system (real time passenger information) in the Municipality of Maribor.
Municipality of Maribor's public company Maribor Water Supply has already installed over 30.000 remote smart water meters for the actual water consumption in households, companies and other institutions in Municipality of Maribor.
Municipality of Maribor's public company Maribor Water Supply already installed over 30.000 remote smart water meters for the actual water consumption in households, companies and other institutions in Municipality of Maribor.
Pyro Box counters are capable of operating accurately and reliably in all weather conditions and of being re-located for specific events and locations as required.
Remote sensing is a technique of acquiring data from the Earth's surface from sensors installed on space platforms through the electromagnetic interaction between the field and the sensor.
Healthies Routes App shows you the healthiest routes to move around your city. Athletes, people who suffer from allergies, people with reduced mobility or any citizen can find the path that best suits their needs
Software to obtain quickly and reliably the most relevant environmental indicators of your municipality.
This project combines the traditional actions used for the implementation of school paths (design of optimal routes for girls and boys, horizontal signage, vertical signage) with new technologies to improve the safety of the routes and give confidence to the parents for their children to use.
A sensor system based on the latest mobile technology, for the management of anonymized statistical information on rooms, behaviours and flows of people. Aimed at busy events, shopping centres and commercial areas, business environments, urban areas, etc. Endless possibilities of indoor/outdoor application in real time.
SmartWater brings efficiency and savings in the use of hot water in sports facilities, reducing energy consumption, water consumption and CO₂ emissions.
Poor air quality around schools is adversely affecting the health of children in modern cities. The challenge is to use data to drive awareness, behavioural modification and test new strategies for controlling emissions. The solutions being deployed empower citizen engagement models, via students, their families and schools.
Antwerp is a bustling city in Belgium, home to the second largest port in Europe. Its rich history is showcased throughout the city. Each year around 85% of the world’s rough diamonds go through the Diamantwijk. In the 15th century it became a hub for traders and entrepreneurs. The port of Antwerp has had its fair share of challenges over the years, ranging from revolutions to World Wars, but these hardships have not prevented its continued growth.
CPH Sense is sensing as a service to gather deep insight into the environmental conditions of a city.
Clean Air School Districts Toolkit works with the curriculum, providing Flash cards, Method cards, fun experiments, activities, and links to other resources to help students, teachers and parents alike better understand air quality data an the possible mitigating actions that can be taken.
Clean Air School Districts app and dashboard is a holistic solution providing visualisation and alerts from sensor instruments for students, teachers, and parents to collaborate with the school management on improving the school’s indoor environment quality. CASD dashboard and app involves students and teachers in the understanding of the value and meaning of realtime measurements during and after the setup of sensors in the classrooms to help.
Kranj is the third largest Slovenian city. It is the economic, trade, transport, educational and cultural capital of Upper Carniola, lying on the crossroads of important traffic routes that run from Northern Europe towards the Adriatic and from Western Europe towards the East.
Pay-It-Forward is a project in which IMM only acts as an intermediary. It is a solidarity platform where needy people are first subjected to social examination and allowed to upload their ISKI and IGDAS (water and gas) bills to the system. In the face of the emerging need, Istanbulites, who had the opportunity, can extend a helping hand.
Supporting the capacity for cities to understand noise from the viewpoint of citizens, using IoT at the heart of citizen-centric engagement. Our vision is to demonstrate that cities can holistically incorporate noise measurement into their management of urban spaces. This pilot supports the capacity for cities to understand noise from the viewpoint of citizens, using IoT at the heart of citizen-centric engagement; and with intelligent data at the core of city-based multi-layered responses. By linking noise monitoring to other city and citizen-centric data via USMART – a data integration and insights platform – and to the acceptability of noise to specific citizen ‘personas’, we can unleash a powerful predictive tool for noise planning, linked to other strategic city objectives to mitigate noise pollution. Our project will engage with citizens throughout the pilot using an online tool to track noise acceptability – establishing a relationship between specific user groups and noise types, levels, and duration – which will help to validate our citizen personas.
HOPU manufactures IoT-based environmental monitoring devices called Smart Spots, which allow monitoring of air pollution, noise & flow/density of people. It measures gases such as NO, NO2, H2S, SO2, CO, CO2, and O3 in specific areas and in real-time; detect toxic substances such as alcohol and volatile organic compounds (VOCs); and particulate matter (PM) to identify specific nanoparticles such as dust (PM10), pollens (PM10-PM40), pollutants (PM2.5), and viruses (<PM1).
HOPU empowers urban innovation with disruptive technologies such as AI for environmental assessment, and IoT devices to monitor impact, sustainability, and the environment. HOPU has a service that simplifies available data in a unique indicator that contextualizes, models and forecasts the environment for supporting informed decision making of each territory, based on its specific characteristics, management team, and citizens.
HOPU provides IoT devices for noise monitoring in real-time. The noise sensor is ROHS/CE certified. It will be integrated into the IoT devices along with the other sensors for air quality monitoring, supposing a saving of maintenance, installation and communication costs.
The Smart Irrigation Management System for Parks and Gardens enables an autonomous and real-time management of water resources in urban green spaces. This system offers a robust and integrated solution, which allows cities to efficiently manage irrigation based on accurate and real-time data and Artificial Intelligence algorithms, Therefore, the solution configures irrigation in a sustainable way according to the needs of each park and garden, which implies a reduction in water consumption and a substantial improvement of urban green spaces.
The pollen service provides real-time accurate information related to contextual pollen count through a convenient dashboard. Thanks to real-time Particulate Matter (PM) monitoring and Artificial Intelligence algorithms, the dashboard allows you to identify specific pollen species in each physical areas. Contextual data related to weather parameters such as humidity, temperature and wind speed are analyzed as they affect the amount of pollen grains present in the air. The enrichment of the data which correlates the PM size and the allergenic species integrates the influence of another other 6 different data sources: vegetation maps, weather historical data, pollen calendars & real-time monitoring of variables such as wind direction/force, humidity, temperature, etc.
IoT device and associated UI to keep track of filling in bins and trash cans and improve the waste collection in smart cities.
Ventspils is a city in north-western Latvia and is the sixth largest city in the country. At the beginning of 2019, Ventspils had a population of 34,377. It is situated on the Venta River and the Baltic Sea, and has an ice-free port with an industrial zone.
Alcobendas is a city located in northern Madrid, with 117,000 inhabitants. Thanks to its great public transport system, the city is less than 15 minutes away from Madrid’s financial district and Downtown, Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas international airport and IFEMA convention centre. Moreover, the city currently hosts the headquarters of 554 multinational corporations, being the third Spanish city by turnover, just behind Madrid and Barcelona.
In 2010, "Kallikratis", combined the rich written literary tradition and history of Vari with the beauty of the garden-city that is Voula and the unique natural beauty of Vouliagmeni. These three municipalities created what might be the most beautiful city in Greece, City of Vari Voula Vouliagmeni (CoVVV).
Velika Gorica is the 6th largest city in Croatia. It is situated in the center of Croatia, 20 km from Zagreb, and it is of strategic importance due to the fact that the national airport is on its territory. City is surrounded by meadows and forests. There are many remained old wooden beauties, such as wooden houses and churches, made of Oak wood.
Monitoring students’ travel to school and back, school entrance and exit
Open Data portal for the City of L'Aquila developed by the Gran Sasso Science Institute
Carbon Footprint platform to measure, reduce, and monetise CO2 emissions for cities.
Maptionnaire is a map-based engagement tool which allows planners, researchers and anyone interested in geo-located data to receive qualitative input data from the community. The platform is web-based and is fully responsive on any device.
A place where you can gain new knowledge is always worth visiting.
Effective digital skills provision is essential to ensure the sustainable growth of any city.
Providing effective digital skills is essential to ensure the development of talent and the sustainable growth of a smartcity.
Located in the heart of the province of Barcelona, Terrassa is currently the third most populated city in Catalonia; it is an outstanding university and industrial center in southern Europe, with a rich cultural and artistic heritage.
Split is a 17-century old city, historical and cultural center of Dalmatia, Croatia. Three surrounding regions and nearly 500.000 people gravitate to Split for work and leisure every day. Before the pandemic, Split recorded nearly 3.000.000 overnight tourist stays per year.
The neighboring cities of Palaio Faliro and Alimos are located in the Southern Part of the Athens Metropolitan Area overlooking the beautiful, sunny Saronic bay with its unique sandy beaches. The two cities have a population of around 150.000 and a long history of cooperation and joint ventures.
The Municipality of Central Corfu and Diapontian Islands (hereafter “MCCDI") is based on the island of Corfu, which is the westernmost part of Greece, border nation of Europe to the east, and forms part of the Region of the Ionian Islands.
Ioannina is the capital and the largest city of Epirus, a north-western region of Greece and the 10th largest municipality of the country, in terms of population. The city sits in the center of a valley, amongst enormous mountains.
climaNET is a turnkey solution designed for monitoring the water levels (rivers, streams, drainage system) and the weather conditions (precipitation) across a city to predict potential floods and help the city’s emergency services to plan activities based on the real-time view of the situation on numerous micro locations in the city.
wasteNET is a turnkey solution designed to enable monitoring of the filling levels of the underground waste containers. That information is used by responsible service providers to optimize the collection routes and timing. Combined with the monitoring of the garbage collection vehicles, the solution offers the complete waste management and monitoring of utilization.
myCity is a mobile application designed to enable citizens to notify public administration about the problems observed in the city (broken city furniture, damaged road, etc.) as well as to commend exemplary public officials and services at any time and from any place.
This agreement helps municipalities to obtain better conditions in their energy contracts. It consists in the reduction of municipalities energy bill through a centralized energy purchase (GO Electricity Framework Agreement).
datAdore is a data-sharing platform, paving the way for evidence-based decision-making, rich business intelligence, and advanced data innovation.
Tampere is one of the most vigorously growing and developing cities in Finland.
Tampere.Finland application serves both residents and visitors by providing an easy way to access to information about services in Tampere.
In 2012 the City of Tampere kicked off a six year strategic Open Tampere -program. At the core of the program was the vision that opening data enables creation of new applications, products and services that serve the citizens, businesses and the public sector. An important element of the vision is that from an economic standpoint open data will provide new business opportunities for the companies.
A test area where companies can test and develop various smart transport solutions is being developed in Hervanta area, Tampere. The development work for the test area has been launched together with companies, research institutes and educational institutions. The goal is to develop a secure and reliable test network that utilises Nokia’s cloud-based private LTE test network. The purpose is to enable the testing of highly automated mobility, meaning that the vehicle travels independently without a driver and automation takes care of controlling and steering the vehicle.
Intelligent Management of tertiary buildings, targeted at facility and property managers of office and retail buildings.
The Piera Systems Particulate Matter (PM) Sensor IPS-7100 is a compact, highly accurate, optical particle sensor that uses laser scattering and Piera’s innovative particle counting ASIC to achieve superior binning and particle measurement across the complete range of PM (0.1 to 10um).
CanāreeTM is a low cost, Air Quality Monitor that plugs into existing USB ports in laptops, PCs or existing Aruba Access Points (APs), and measures air quality instantly.
Breeze deploys its own lower-cost air quality sensors that detect all common air pollutants. Thanks to an artificial intelligence-based cloud calibration technology, data gathered by these sensors is comparable to public monitoring networks in quality and accuracy.
Meet the LoRaWAN range of sensors in the popular Strips form factor, featuring ultra-slim discreet design, easy mounting, and low power consumption for long battery life.
Loop One solution includes an intelligent indoor air quality sensor and analysis service. Sensor provides comprehensive and reliable information of any measured space in real time. Loop One sensor is based on our patented technology and can measure nine vital measurements cost-effectively.
Userful is a software company providing hybrid, cloud and virtualization services that power complex digital infrastructure for critical enterprise operations.
Karlskrona municipality provides approximately 1,900 leisure boat berths at 29 different jetty and harbor facilities. Most places are in central Karlskrona, but also in the outer areas, a berth can be rented. Prices vary according to level of service. It just got a lot easier to find out everything you need to know about municipal moorings.
ArcGIS Platform gives developers a new way to build apps with direct access to powerful location services using the mapping libraries of their choice. ArcGIS brings the power of maps and location services to your applications.
You've probably heard of Software as a Service, or SaaS. What about Integration-Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) or Enterprise-Integration-Platform-as-a-Service (eiPaas) or even Digital Integration Hub (DIH)? Now - all this is available in low-code integration platform.
Sokigo's e-service platform Abou helps you create e-services for public activities.
Imagine you have access to information about every physical asset in your city's public space.
To provide drivers with a reliable overview of available parking spaces, 89 Cleverciti Sensors were installed by RheinEnergie under the supervision of Cleverciti, providing accurate real-time information on the number, location, and direction of free spaces based on AI and deep learning algorithms. The information is relayed to 27 Cleverciti Circ® LED guidance displays located at each relevant intersection, helping to guide drivers to the most convenient parking spaces.
A digital engagement platform that helps local governments connect with community members for better decision-making.
This product is part of the LoRa network, in the municipality of Fundão. The network consists of 14 LoRa antennas + 1 backup antennas to guarantee quick replacement in case of failure.
LoRa is a modulation sized for LPWAN (Low Power Wide Area Network) for M2M (Machine to Machine) and IoT, allowing to increase the batteries’ life, using chips available at low cost, for systems limited to the level of information quantity they can send.
Cork City Council has developed an Open Data Portal to share open data sets that relate to Cork City.
The Cork Air Quality Dashboard has been created to display real-time air quality information for Cork City.
In order to become a sustainable city it is important to know how much energy is consumed. Future energy policies can be decided with this information available.
Gaiyo is a mobility app that allows you to plan, book and pay for all your trips. One service for all your transport, including personal travel advice.
Imagine… An app that lets you seamlessly travel from one place to another. Just enter something, TimesUpp predicts the rest and automatically creates your travel plan. With almost no input, the app knows how to get you to your destination on time. Wherever you are or go, TimesUpp will always help you. The app takes traffic into account and oops… TimesUpp, it's time to go.
Bigbelly High Capacity Waste & Recycling Compactor - The World-Leading Solar-Powered Smart Waste Compactor. Bigbelly is the world leader of smart waste & recycling solutions for public spaces. It is a proven solution that is deployed in all 50 states and in over 50 countries around the world.
Bratislava, as the capital city of Slovakia, is considered the economic, political, education and social hub of the country. The city has been a magnet for students, researchers and high-skilled workers thanks to its extensive academic and business infrastructure. Bratislava focuses its efforts on improving the lives of its residents by becoming a sustainable and technologically developed city.
Gavà and Castelldefels are two adjacent municipalities from the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona (Spain). They are 18 km from Barcelona, in the southwest, following the Mediterranean coast. Both cities belong to the Baix Llobregat region with 34 municipalities and have excellent connections with the airport, the port and the city of Barcelona.
Szombathely city is able to provide a quality environment for its residents and businesses as a regional organizing entity. Competitiveness and modern city life are achieved by partnership and open communication. These are our core values.
Brno is the former capital city of Moravia and the political and cultural hub of the South Moravian Region. It is the centre of the Czech judiciary, with the seats of the Constitutional Court, the Supreme Court, the Supreme Administrative Court, and the Supreme Public Prosecutor's Office, and a number of state authorities, including the Ombudsman, and the Office for the Protection of Competition. Brno is also an important centre of higher education, with 33 faculties belonging to 13 institutes of higher education and about 65,000 students.
This solution is deployed centrally by the Greek government and integrated by various Greek cities. The goal of this application is the remote service and the provision of administrative information to the citizens, without the physical transition of the citizens to the Citizen Service Centers of the Municipalities
The digital service platform provides two 4th level digital services to the citizens concerning responsibilities exercised by the Financial Department. The platform uses the “Auth module” created by the General Secretariat of Information Systems to provide user authentication.
This platform is created to enhance the citizen’s participation and contribution to the public discussion concerning the decisions taken by the City Hall. Each consultation can be either open, where the citizens are able to submit a comment, closed where the comments are being processed and completed where the review of comments is published.
The participation platform "Open City" was originally developed to give the citizens of the West borough of Amsterdam the ability to put items on the political agenda.
Object Detection Kit (ODK) is an open source platform for municipalities, initiated by innovation teams within the city of Amsterdam.
The HoLu sensor kit is a modular sensor kit developed by Waag to measure outdoor air quality.
"I Reveal My Attributes" (IRMA) is a privacy-friendly identity platform for authentication and signing.
CORNISA AQUAPARK & SPORTS - Regional Tourist & Sporting Park - Implemented with the support of EU – European Regional Development Fund 2007-2013 The project consists of creation of leisure facilities for the inhabitants of the city and tourists interested in relaxation throughout of Northeast region, in Romania. Receives tourists from Romania, but also from neighboring countries: Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova
The Municipality of Central Corfu and the Diapontian Islands (hereafter MCCDI) is the largest island Municipality - member of the newly established “Network of Blue Municipalities” which recently acquired the patronage of the Ministry of Environment and Energy in Greece and will focus on the protection of the seas and the marine environment in general.
The Cork Dashboard is a product of the Building City Dashboards Project based in National Centre for Geocomputation in Maynooth University. The project was created in partnership with Cork Smart Gateway, Cork City Council and Cork County Council and was funded by Science Foundation Ireland.
WaterSens is a Smart water control, able to manage up to 4 latch valves and work with longrange, low-power wireless communication protocols such as Lorawan and Sigfox.
Main focus of Brno City Municipality in the IT sector is its data platform that serves as a central access point for open data to the public in the need of data for the research or business projects in order to facilitate further growth of key sectors that underpin prosperity of our region.
The Metropolitan City of Capital Rome is a local government authority comprising within its borders the territory of the City of Rome and 120 other municipalities. With more than four million people living and working in an area of over five thousand square kilometres, it is the largest metropolitan city of Italy.
Digital Transformation Programme Management, Collaboration and Communication tool. The solution is multilingual as prompts can be made to appear in the language set by the user.
Terrassa's Open Data portal was born with the aim of any citizen or company should be able to analyze, reuse and redistribute data, creating new value added services and thus allowing the public administration deepen concepts like transparency towards citizens (open government) and promoting wealth creation through intelligent resource management (intelligent government).
Currently, the Internet of Things (IoT) applied to cities has become one of the most important and useful technologies for Smart Cities, due to the numerous applications it offers.
As part of the architecture of the IoT network of the city of Terrassa, and as an element to centralise all the information received from the sensors and actuators, a platform was incorporated, which is called Sentilo ("sensor" in Esperanto), and allows it to function as a hub for the connection of those applications that need the data generated by the city's sensor network.
With the aim of deploying the IoT network in the city of Terrassa, which is based on LoRa/LoRaWAN technologies, and after carrying out a coverage study fed by a good digital model of the city's orography, the number of gateways/antennas needed to guarantee an adequate level of coverage in the city has been estimated at an initial number of 7.
French inter-municipal authority of 95 municipalities, Lille Metropole gathers 1.1 million inhabitants on the formerly most industrialised territory in France. Since a few years, the metropolis has been engaged in a transition towards a more sustainable and dynamic economy, relying on new technologies, research and academic centers and cultural and creative industries.
In the city of Terrassa, a series of sensors compatible with LoRa/LoRaWAN technologies are being deployed to measure water consumption in different parts of the city by the public water supply company Taigua.
In order to promote citizen participation in an open and transparent way, as well as to involve citizens and the different social agents, Terrassa City Council launched the platform Participa a Terrassa (Participate in Terrassa).
The solution deployed measures pollutant gases categorized by The World Health Organization as harmful for human life: NO, NO2, SO2, CO, CO2, O3 & H2S. In addition, they detect suspended particles as PM1, PM2.5 & PM10 (pollen and allergens). In addition, noise pollution is being monitored.
Molina de Segura is experiencing a great process of change and modernisation in recent years. In large part thanks to the different European projects that are being implemented. The city has great potential by having a great industry, a City Council with satisfactory experience in implementing transformational projects, and a citizenry that welcomes these changes.
We are Iași, the most important Romanian city on the Eastern border of the European Union. You see, from the start, this geographical position gives us a strategic advantage in our economic relations with Asian and Russian markets. Investors will find it easy to come here, since our Airport is only 8 km away from the city center and offers direct flights to many places across Europe.
For more than 20 years, Issy-les-Moulineaux, a vibrant city of the Greater Paris, where solidarity is a reality, has demonstrated its dynamism and audacity through its innovative and ambitious choices, in the area of Smart Cities.
Busan is the second largest city in Korea. Its deep harbour and gentle tides have allowed it to grow into the largest container handling port in the country and the fifth largest in the world.
Sejong was founded in 2007 as the new planned capital of South Korea to ease congestion in South Korea's current capital and largest city, Seoul, and encourage investment in the country's central region
Messina is a Sicilian municipality located on the north-eastern tip of the island, surmounted by the Peloritani mountains and bathed by two seas (Ionian and Tyrrhenian), Messina has always played the role of crossroads for Sicily.
MEsM@RT is a project aiming at enabling development in the country's major urban areas, applying the "Smart city" paradigm for the redesign and modernization of urban infrastructure services for the actors involved in running the city.
This project, managed in a partnership with the University of Calabria and funded by the 2014-2020 EU Cohesion policy Regional Programme, aims at creating in Catanzaro a house of digital transformation within “palazzo Fazzari”, an historical building in the city center of Catanzaro showed in the picture on this page.
The general objective of this project (financed through national funds) is to ensure universal accessibility to the cultural, environmental, and service resources of the city and of the hinterland of Catanzaro.
As early as 1994, when the Internet was still relatively unknown in France, Issy decided to have the “reflex of innovation” and thus to be constantly aware of the developments of new technologies implemented in cities all over the world and especially in the US. The City’s strategy was also focused on the need to prioritize the improvement & needs of Issy’s citizens.
The Project was presented by the City of Catanzaro following a call by the Calabria Region to develop logistics in the cities (Calabria Transport plan). The City Council of Catanzaro established two areas of the city where circulation of goods is limited (traffic-restricted zones) to propone sustainability (in the historic center and in the marine area, named “Catanzaro Lido”).
The Municipality of Catanzaro promotes the development of a centralised system for monitoring and managing parking lots called MRS (Mobile Revolution System).
The Urban Sustainable Mobility Plan (PUMS, in Italian) of the Municipality of Catanzaro is configured as a long-term strategic plan - lasting ten years - to develop sustainable mobility in the city. It intends to promote new urban mobility planning models that focus on the needs of citizens starting from an in-depth analysis of the local context.
The project promotes the construction of a bicycle and pedestrian path able to connect two important areas of the city of Catanzaro - measuring 8 km in total length.
The city of Catanzaro took part to the initiative by the Calabria Region promoting “Living labs”, namely research and development actions to innovate local public services though a collaborative process between local public administrations, end users and citizens.
London is a city of nine million inhabitants, 33 local authorities, over 40 National Health Service Trusts and many more public agencies. It is also home to globally renowned universities, cultural institutions and finance and technology sectors. We want the capital to take the lead in how data innovation serves its citizens. Our ambition is to make London a better place to live, work, and visit for everyone.
Sharing Cities is a major international smart cities project addressing some of the most pressing urban challenges facing today’s cities such as energy use, low carbon transport and buildings, and harnessing data for the good of the city.
The London Datastore is a free and open data-sharing portal where anyone can access data relating to the capital. Whether you’re a citizen, business owner, researcher or developer, the site provides over 700 datasets to help you understand the city and develop solutions to London’s problems
Evreka designs digitized and end-to-end waste management solutions with a focus on operational excellence in the waste management industry. Evreka is a leading SaaS company, providing the most comprehensive intelligent solution designed for the entire category of waste management across the globe.
Through Evreka Intelligence, utilization levels and performance scores are always under control. You get the best recommendations for increasing efficiency at every stage of the process. The capabilities of Evreka Intelligence exist to assist managers in the kitchen of every type of operation. Each solution provided is ready to be used with intelligence regardless of operation type.
Processing of the suppliers’ paper or email invoices is slow and costly. Quite often, when invoices need to be manually held in a system, errors occur that require additional costly manual interference. It is a module for ensuring accurate billing arrangements and service agreements to match the particular requirements of each customer. That reduces the processing effort tremendously. Evreka develops solutions that can be fully integrated into any existing third-party system or tool. Besides integration, Evreka also offers its own billing solution!
Evreka CleanCity Platform is customized to support citizen’s roles and encourage their participation in smart waste management and city cleaning operations. Citizens can monitor the garbage containers and dumpsters in the city, and get directions to a selected bin. They can observe the collection days anytime and request a new service quickly. Moreover, they can report any inconvenience and see the status of their requests.
The age of handling fleet dispatching using whiteboards is over. Tracking, delivery, and communication can now be done through a mobile app. Telematics dispatch responds to the challenges of new routing by offering a higher degree of fleet visibility, power, transparency, and efficiency.
Evreka Platform provides suggestions for the most efficient resource allocation in the field and allows relocating the assets accordingly. With the allocation of resources running smoothly, managers can plan and track their orders with Evreka’s user-friendly dashboard. Evreka enables managers to be fully hands-on on their assets and to manage the assets throughout the most significant tasks, such as solid waste management.
Evreka Fleet Management solution enables tracking of all vehicles’ real-time locations on the connected devices via Evreka Track and Evreka RFID. It facilitates a fast reaction opportunity for potential safety issues for drivers with SMS/E-mail notifications, fuel management, and better service for customers.
Through our Customer Management platform you can control and customize your SLAs using the Evreka SLA management module, set up separate agreements, and run reports to help you keep track. SLA management module assists in evaluating efficiency, tracking issues, checking goals, response times, avoiding missed collections, and more. Cloud-based SLA for service desk managers is designed to monitor ticket and request status, take action if the deadline is missed, and notify at each time.
Employee Management allows for seamless integration of specially designed Evreka Workforce, Evreka CaptainApp, and All-In-One Evreka Platform enable executives to comprehensively manage their human resources.
Public Eye: an open-source crowd monitoring solution.
Moreton Bay Regional Council is Australia’s 3rd largest council and an early adopter of IoT technology to deliver Smart City outcomes. Our council is varied featuring urban centres, farming lands, suburbs and industrial zones spread over forested, coastal, plains and low-mountain areas.
In the city of Terrassa, regarding the measurement of sound levels (mainly noise), we are betting on the use of capture devices that allow us to integrate the measurements obtained with our open source platform of sensors and actuators (Sentilo). With this type of devices we can, among other applications, create noise surveillance networks, monitoring industrial activities, waste collection routes, construction site control, concerts and festivals, as well as generate sound maps.
Reempresa is the business transfer Marketplace for SMEs in Catalonia. We know that these are difficult times, with doubts and uncertainties. Reempresa is at the people’s side in order to help them buy or sell a running business. Reinventing, revolutionizing, reactivating, restarting or Reempresa. It’s an initiative that serves to prevent business closures due to lack of relief. The aim is to promote the transfer of companies in several fields, such as commerce, local services, industry and tourism.
CECOT is a multi-sector business confederation made up of a wide range of business associations and guilds which they represent before the social agents.
Geographic Information System
Deeptraffic 101 is a dynamic traffic-management-as-a-service platform, that utilizes multi-source real time data, in order to effectively manage road traffic.
N2B2 GRIC UPC: a predictive control algorithm
Analytical Thermal Comfort Model
Indoor Monitor for LoRaWAN
Haskovo is located in the central part of Southern Bulgaria. It is administrative center of Haskovo Municipality and Haskovo region. The territory of the municipality - 740 sq. km is the second largest in the district. According to National statistical institute’s data from 31.12.2020, 68 298 (80,48%) people live in the urban area, while 16 564 people (19,52%) of the total population is concentrated in rural and remote areas.
Public IoT Network
IoT node Within the IoT (Internet of Things) ecosystem, buildings can be considered as basic cells of the city and can provide valuable and relevant information about the city. It means that they’re just another object in this is environment. We are therefore interested in the information it generates.
DIPAS brings citizen participation and digitization together by offering a system for both digital online participation as well as on-site participation.The tool enables citizens to submit georeferenced feedback, receive information and exchange ideas with others. Hence, citizens can access information easier, and institutions are able to evaluate the data faster. Any user can leave comments on an interactive map of Hamburg both online and on-site during events, using customized touch table interfaces.Hamburg’s Ministry of Urban Development and Housing, its Agency for Geoinformation and Surveying (LGV) as well as the CityScienceLab at HafenCity University Hamburg (HCU) collaborate on this project. DIPAS is developed as an open-source project and thus available for other cities and institutions.
The effects of digital transformation influence the entire economic and social sphere and pose new challenges for government and administration. This involves far more than the use of new technology or the electronic mapping of formerly analog business models and administrative processes. Digitization affects everyone – in every social and societal context. Public administration plays an important role in all of these tasks, as it has points of contact with almost all areas of society and decides on their framework conditions.This is where the "Digital Strategy for Hamburg" comes in. It pursues the goal of defining fields of action for digitization and naming tangible projects. For example, the strategy shows, how digital infrastructures and platforms shall be developed further and how responsible handling of data shall look like. It also outlines very specific projects and plans under responsibility of public authorities and municipal companies.With its digital strategy, Hamburg is emphasizing this creative aspiration and opening a perspective for the entire urban society. In order to do justice to the interdisciplinary and cross-department nature of digitization projects, the concept of "digital spaces" was developed. They pick up on the fact that cooperation in the age of digitization only partially corresponds with official responsibilities but instead involves diverse actors inside and outside Hamburg cooperating with each other (e.g., authorities, municipal institutions, companies, science, civil society, etc.) in order to create contemporary user-oriented solutions or to be economically successful. This concept underscores the strategic aspiration to shape digitization for the entire city.
Alcoy City Council has launched its first smart building - IoT node following UNE standards. This first smart building is a municipal sports centre.The IoT Node refers to municipal buildings.
Our Municipality has proceeded with its certification as a Cisco Academy, having as a main goal of contributing to the Digital Transformation that is in progress and the development of citizens' digital skills.