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    Experiment with Smart City IoT Framework

    Published on 07 June 2018
    Author: Francesco Kienzle, National Contact Point ICT

    SMEs, large companies and cities are invited to experiment with the smart city IoT framework developed within the Horizon 2020 project Synchronicity. The funding about 100’000 EUR, duration 6 months, submission deadline 30 September 2018.

    The Horizon 2020 project SynchroniCity aims to foster the development of a global Internet of Things (IoT) market where cities and businesses develop shared digital services to improve the lives of citizens and grow local economies.

    Synchronicity has developed a smart-city reference IoT architecture, an IoT data marketplace and favour the emergence of a cross-domain standard architecture.

    The call for proposal target:

    • companies (SME and large companies) that can provide an IoT data-enabled application or full stack solutions,
    • cities willing to create and sustain IoT-enabled urban services

    The themes are sustainable mobility, citizen engagement and environent & wellbeing as well as a an open theme.

    Funding 100’000 EUR to 300’000 EUR
    Duration of the pilot: 6 months
    Submission deadline: 30 September 2018 17:00 CEST

    All information can be found here.