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Ooredoo Qatar has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Siemens and Microsoft to develop digital solutions for smart city solutions across Qatar.

The solutions will be used primarily to serve smart infrastructure applications in different market segments, typically cities, buildings, utilities and industries.

The agreement will develop a range of solutions, including IoT, cloud computing, augmented reality, artificial intelligence, blockchain and other innovations and cutting-edge technologies.

Rebuilding Ukrainian cities with 3D virtual modelling

The Ukrainian government has selected Egis, Dassault Systèmes and B4 to mobilise their expertise and experience in 3D virtual technologies, construction and engineering to rebuild urban areas damaged by the invasion.

The two-phase project approach includes a collaborative reconstruction cost analysis and a general design exercise in the Chernihiv area and the city of Chernihiv.

Virtual twinning is at the heart of the collaborative project, which aims to optimise urban infrastructure, resources, sustainability and quality of life for residents.

Espoo smart city

In 2020, Espoo signed a global commitment on circular economy and stated co-operating in all divisions of the city as well as more than 40 partner and companies. There are also circular and sharing economy experiments for citizens, such as neighbourhood marketplaces and tool shares. However, the partnerships also look above and beyond the city borders: the innovations created in Espoo could spread across the globe.

Székesfehérvár Application

 Székesfehérvár was the first city among the cities with county rights to launch a city mobile application, which helped to provide quick and reliable information to Székesfehérvár residents during the coronavirus epidemic. In addition to the latest news and information, it can also be used for map-based bug reports and to report city operation problems.

M4H harbour area transformation in Rotterdam

The municipality of Rotterdam and the Rotterdam Port Authority want to develop M4H (Merwe-Vierhavens, a 100 years old harbour area in the City of Rotterdam, a brownfield area with heavily polluted soil) into an innovative living-work environment, optimally equipped for innovative manufacturing industry and with a mix of working, residential, culture, catering, sports and education. An energetic district with an impact on both the city and the port.

In 2017, the municipality and the Port Authority formulated five objectives for M4H:

Vacant NL - Dutch Atlas of Vacancy

Vacant NL was a Dutch project for the 2010 Venice Biennale, showcasing the potential of 10,000 publicly owned empty buildings.

The RAAAF was asked by the Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI) to present the potential of landscape architecture in the form of an installation that reflected the social problems. The Rietveld pavilion, which had been vacant for years, was the perfect choice of location, with a blue cityscape of styrofoam buildings inside.

Altes Schule - living together for generations

The Alte Schule Karlshorst was purchased by the trias Foundation with the help of an endowment from SelbstBau e.G. and is leased to the cooperative for 99 years by means of a hereditary lease. The building is owned by the tenants' cooperative SelbsBau e.G. Living together and supporting each other is a basic principle for the housing project in the listed former community school Karlshorst.


Since its establishment Robot-X has been operating with industrial automation and industrial robot technology. Instead of ready-made solutions, Robot-X has relied heavily on its own research and development from the beginning, and that’s what sets it apart from a traditional automation business. Innovation has become our primary goal, and we are proud that the most advanced technology solutions of today have appeared in our production lines and machines.

Continest - office containers

Continest units have been manufactured and developed in Hungary since 2017. This innovation consists of easy-to-fold and open containers allow five Continest units to be transported in place of a standard rigid-frame office container. The economically transportable system is competitive in all respects with traditional rigid frame solutions, but the logistical cost and environmental burden of building mobile infrastructure are reduced by 80% due to the innovation. Continest Technologies Ltd.

FLOWBOX autonomous energy management and optimisation platform

FLOWBOX is an autonomous energy management and optimization platform to save energy, make more efficient operations, and to reduce carbon footprints. The platform can actively and autonomously manage and optimize operational technologies, and is able to provide demand flexibility for the smart grid. It is a hardware-agnostic system not tied to a specific hardware manufacturer. The robust hierarchical architecture utilizes edge computing and is optimized for mission-critical applications. Data is shared across multiple teams and external systems.