The objective of the Working Group is to consolidate understanding and knowledge about innovative technologies for Smart Cities (in the framework of the SET-Plan) based on bottom-up input from the platform members, representing a balanced diversity of stakeholders. The WG aims to increase visibility, linking data and resources to potential users and developers and enabling cities and local governments to find the right solutions for cities.
Any town or city, from both Europe and further beyond, is invited to participate in EUROPEAN
The Commission is proposing a new set of actions to further help Europe's regions invest in
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The European Commission released the first ever edition of the ‘Cultural and Creative Cities
The vleva breakfast session on 15 September 2017 will focus on the mobility package "Europe on
The European Commission has established a Temporary Working Group 3.2 – Smart Cities and
Green infrastructures for more liveable cities. Assessing urban ecosystem services to promote nature based solutions
The conference aims to highlight and demonstrate the relevance of ecosystem services in urban