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.
The Municipality of Slovenj Gradec considers the following prospects for development in the field of smart cities:
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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 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.
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).
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.
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.