3 Takeaways from #SCEWC19 Barcelona

On 19-21 November, more than 24 thousand visitors from all over the world convened in Barcelona for the ninth edition of the Smart City Expo World Congress. This year’s hot topics covered a wide range of areas, from 5G to Digital Twins, from micro-mobility to Intelligent Transport Systems, from rural-urban links to data governance and digital rights. If you missed it, here are the three main takeaways according to PoliVisu whose team spent three full days at the event. PoliVisu shared the exhibition space provided by the Open & Agile Smart Cities Network with a number of other EU projects, among them Select4Cities, DUET and SynchroniCity. (1) Transports systems are capable of producing innov

Pilsen interview with a Czech magazine

The original article can be read in Czech here. ECHO is a bimonthly magazine that provides information on European research and cooperation opportunities in this area. ECHO is distributed free of charge in an edition of 1500 pieces to university faculties, institutes of the Czech Academy of Sciences, other research organisations, SMEs, regional assemblies, ministries and a number of libraries. Interview with Stanislav Štangl about the experience of local administration in Horizon 2020 project PoliVisu Much information on Czech municipalities´ participation in Horizon 2020 was published in the last edition of ECHO (Technology Centre CAS journal on H2020). This topic still has a lot of untappe

Promoting PoliVisu at the innovation event in Pilsen

Busy day for our partners InnoConnect and Plan4all who were showcasing WebGLayer and Traffic Modeller to passers-by at today's festival Inovujeme Plzen 2019. These are the two visualisation tools that PoliVisu is using to help the City of Pilsen become smarter, agile and more responsive to citizen needs. Read our case studies to find out more

It's official: PoliVisu now a best practice driving public sector reform

PoliVisu's work on public sector transformation through advanced data visualisations was officially acknowledged by EPSA at its prestigious annual ceremony that took place 4 November 2019 in Maastricht. This year's edition (titled 'New Solutions to Complex Challenges - A public sector citizen-centric, sustainable and fit for the future') received over 80 applications but only 40 were granted the status of best practice. PoliVisu is pleased to be one of them. Representing PoliVisu at the event, Hugo Kerschot of IS-Practice said: "It's great to see PoliVisu helping authorities like Flanders Information Agency gain international recognition for implementing data driven, citizen centric services

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