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Design & the City 2016 was a conference organized by Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences from the 19th to the 22nd of April. The summit explored citizen-centered design approaches for smart cities.
ENoLL is thrilled to be celebrating its 10th anniversary this year and to mark this occasion we are looking to gather together stories, moments, photographs and videos from our community answering the question: “What has being a part of ENoLL meant for you.”
The éBRICKhouse team of the Universitat Jaume I, part of the e'LivingLab Project (espaitec) specialises in building projects to build solar-run homes.
During the past two years, D-CENT (Decentralised Citizens Engagement Technologies) has been working to transform democracy in a very concrete way: helping movements, cities, and political parties to build technologies, methods and tools that can make the democratic system more in-sync with collective aspirations of the 21st century.
CAPS stands for Collective Awareness Platforms for Sustainability and Social Innovation. It is an initiative launched by DG CONNECT of the European Commission in 2013 aimed at stimulating socially innovative applications of network technologies, building collective intelligence and collective action.
ENoLL has responded to the European Commission Call for Ideas for a European Innovation Council (EIC) in order to support Europe's most promising innovators.
The European Data Forum (EDF) is one of the key European events for industry professionals, researchers, policy makers, and members of community initiatives to discuss the challenges and opportunities of data-driven innovation in Europe.
SELECT for Cities, an initiative that’s changing the way cities in Europe innovate through the creation of city wide Internet-of-Everything (IoE) testing labs, launched an open online consultation yesterday during the NetFutures conference in Brussels.
OrganiCity is an EU project that puts people at the centre of the development of future cities. The project brings together 3 leading smart cities: London, Santander and Aarhus, and you are invited to submit proposals to run open and citizen-driven experiments with smart city technologies which will improve the challenges they face.
Yesterday the European Commission set out today the path to ensure European Industry reaps the full benefits of the a Digital Single Market by unveiling its plans to help European industry, SMEs, researchers and public authorities make the most of new technologies.