Pontevedra, the car-free city

The city of Pontevedra created a car-free city model. The central idea of ​​the model is the number of cars needed for the proper functioning of the city is much lower than we think, but the efficient and dynamic operation of urban transport must be ensured by meeting complex needs. Traditional urban models mostly focus on motor vehicles, while pedestrians are almost completely ignored.

Personalized Medicine Programme in Estonia

Personalized medicine helps to determine as individually as possible the prevention or treatment plan for each person by analyzing genetic data of the person in combination with the environment, health behavior and health data of the person. Implementation of personalized medicine in Estonia is being carried out within the framework of the personalized medicine programme 2016–2020 managed by the Ministry of Social Affairs.

Playkers - Social Sports For Smart Cities

Playkers is a social sport-oriented platform that gives end-to-end management solutions for amateur sports players and field owners. With Playkers, municipalities can maximize their sports facilities' occupancy and engage with targeted sports communities. Players can manage a full cycle of game participation, including setting up games, locating games that are seeking players, and finding and inviting players.

National eHealth Infrastructure (EESZT)

Hungary's new e-health system is the National eHealth Infrastructure (EESZT), to which on November 1st 2017, general practitioners, inpatient and inpatient care institutions, and all pharmacies joined. In today's world, digitalization is almost every aspect of life. The goal of the National eHealth Infrastructure system is to provide the population with faster, more efficient and service-oriented care.

Sustainable Sydney 2030

Sustainable Sydney 2030 is a set of goals we have set for our city to help make it as green, global and connected as possible by 2030. The plan will transform the way we live, work and play. Sydney 2030 came to life after we asked residents, visitors, workers and businesses what kind of city they wanted. People told us they wanted a city that cares about the environment, has a strong economy, supports the arts and that connects its people to each other and the rest of the world. Sydney 2030 is now the cornerstone of everything we do.

MobilGO - Digital Hungary

The MobilGO offers attractive and up-to-date information for guests visiting Hungary, leading to the destination they choose.
For the local population, there is always a handy application featuring useful Hungarian digital content that includes all businesses in the area, in one digital location.

Intelligent Way Assistant (Shows if you arrive at the destination in time)
Public Benefits (Tobacco Shops, ATM, Electric Charging Stations, Petrol Stations, Post Offices, MLS Trails, Drinking Stations, etc.)
Timetables (Shipping, Railroad & Slides)

Kyoto Guide ENA

The Kyoto Guide ENA is an artificial intelligence-driven city guided chatbot. ENA uses local data to provide the correct travel information in and around Kyoto. ENA gets up-to-date information on local attractions, restaurants, shops, or traffic timetables. You can also display the data on the map.

India Smart City Mission

In the approach to the Smart Cities Mission, the objective is to promote cities that provide core infrastructure and give a decent quality of life to its citizens, a clean and sustainable environment and application of ‘Smart’ Solutions. The focus is on sustainable and inclusive development and the idea is to look at compact areas, create a replicable model which will act like a light house to other aspiring cities. The Smart Cities Mission of the Government is a bold, new initiative.

Wild spaces for kids in Rotterdam

Voted the least attractive city to grow up in in 2006, Rotterdam has since spent €15m (£13.2m) on improvements to public spaces, housing and safe traffic routes in lower income neighbourhoods in an effort to build a child-friendly city. An open space in a city park forest has been converted into a nature playground – Natuurspeeltuin de Speeldernis – giving children the opportunity for unstructured play. Kids can enjoy the biodiversity of “wild” space, build dens, fires and rafts, and camp out. It now draws 35,000 visitors a year.

Tirana, the city for children

In Albania, children are the greatest value for the people. Taking this into account, the local government of Tirana considers the importance of future generations as a priority issue. First of all, they have changed the narrative of the city administration. Usually, in politics, they always worry about the next election. So they could take the conversation to the next level – how do we worry about the next generation, rather than just the next election?