Smart cities


European Capital of Innovation finalists announced: Barcelona, Grenoble and Groningen

Barcelona (Spain), Grenoble (France) and Groningen (Netherlands) are the three finalists for the first European Capital of Innovation award, or iCapital

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European partners join forces to boost business innovation and internationalization for smart energy-efficient cities

ICT clusters from Germany, Belgium, Denmark and the Basque Country are part of CLINES, a 36-month European project funded by the European Commission within the 7th Framework Programme

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Capital of Innovation: six finalist cities announced

Barcelona, Espoo, Grenoble, Groningen, Malaga and Paris are the six cities shortlisted for the first European Capital of Innovation award, or iCapital

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IBM reveals five innovations that will change our lives within five years

IBM predicts – in five years everything will learn


€400.000 in prizes in Europe’s biggest app challenge

In Europe’s biggest ever app challenge the EU is offering €400 000 in prizes to best new applications that help build smarter cities and smarter businesses. Campus Party, the world’s largest geek forum, will manage the contest, judged by specialized engineers from the EU-funded FI-WARE Consortium

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Making Europe's cities smarter

At a conference today hosted by the European Commission, city leaders, CEOs and civil society leaders discussed the actions outlined in the "Smart Cities Strategic Implementation Plan" and how to put them into practice

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