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Call for tenders open: Two Santiago de Compostela pre-commercial procurements on city mobility

The city of Santiago de Compostela invites interested bidders to submit offers for two pre-commercial procurements:
(1) Development of multifunctional modular autonomous electric vehicles adapted to different specific use scenarios aimed at the design of new last-mile logistics schemes in heritage cities.
(2) Advanced modeling and simulation algorithms of pedestrian mobility at the macro level in Heritage Cities.
Deadline for submission of offers for both procurements: 22 July 2021

Living-in.eu movement – 3rd meeting with signatories of the declaration

With more than 150 participants in an interactive Zoom session hosted by ENoLL, the third plenary meeting of the Living-in.eu movement held on 29 September 2020 was a big success.
The chair Eddy Hartog and his colleagues had the pleasure to host more than 60 cities, partially signatories of the political declaration Living.-in.eu but also some guest cities from the Intelligent Cities Challenge programme, the organisations behind the initiative ENoLL, Eurocities, OASC, the Committee of the Regions and several services of the European Commission.

Building trust in future connected vehicles

Vehicle safety used to be measured in seatbelts and airbags. The emergence of highly networked vehicles means updating our safety parameters, and the SAFERtec project is showing us how.

Intelligent Cities Challenge announces selected cities

The Intelligent Cities Challenge (ICC) supports cities to leverage advanced technologies and relaunch their economies towards a green, smart and socially-responsible recovery. Following an open call for expression of interest, 90 applications, representing 126 EU cities, have now been selected to participate in ICC.

The participatory democracy open source platform of the City of Barcelona

Supported by Barcelona City Council, Decidim is an open source digital platform dedicated to participatory democracy, entirely designed and built in a collaborative manner. Since its inception, the platform has been implemented by several cities, regions and organisations worldwide.