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Smart Living

Santa Factory

The Santa Claus Factory has become one of Hungary's best-known charity events.

Every year, more and more people volunteer. Many come to Hungary specifically for the Santa Claus Factory during the Christmas period. People from Australia, China, the USA and many other European countries come to help and pack.

High Line Park (New York)

As the project lead, James Corner Field Operations led the design and construction of the High Line - originally a 1.5-mile-long elevated rail structure on Manhattan’s West Side. Restored to the public as a "green corridor", the park's attraction is provided by its spectacular views of Manhattan and the Hudson River, as well as temporary exhibitions, outdoor installations and events.

Zadar sea organ

The town of Zadar, on the Dalmatian Adriatic coast, is known by its inhabitants as the "stone vessel", as it occupies a small elongated peninsula. In 2004, in view of the increasing tourist activity in Croatia, the Zadar Port Authority, with the support of the Municipality of Zadar, decided to renovate this stretch of the coast and turn it into a pier.

This task highlighted the need to create a promenade linking the town with the coast and the pier, the main attraction of it was the 72 m long sea organ integrated into the pavement.

The Red Ribbon Park

Against a background of natural terrain and vegetation, is a “red ribbon” spanning five hundred meters, which integrates the functions of lighting, seating, environmental interpretation, and orientation. While preserving as much of the natural river corridor as possible during the process of urbanization, this project demonstrates how a minimal design solution can achieve a dramatic improvement to the landscape.

Pécsike – bike sharing

Pécsike is one of the new innovations in Pécs, it opened its services for the public in June 19th of 2019.

The main goal of Pécsike is “that as many people as possible use the bikes as part of their daily life, thus reducing the air pollution, traffic jams and noise of the city. In addition, the main goal is to make this effective and environmentally-friendly alternative more popular among travellers in the city centre.”

Beekeeping in Audi Hungaria

The idea of beekeeping originated from AUDI AG, Audi Hungaria's parent company. In 2015, Audi Hungaria was in the midst of implementing its flora and fauna protection plan thus the beekeeping idea was in line with ongoing developments, and quickly taken up by management. 6 bee colonies with 270,000 bees were installed in September 2015. The bees produce 200-240 kilograms of honey each year, which is branded as Audi Hungaria Premium Honey, and gifted to visitors, as well as purchasable in the gift shop.

RiverEdge Smart Park

River Edge Park is a vibrant, year round concert venue located along the Fox River just blocks from downtown and the train station, which boasts a river walk, bike paths and a pier. The City has committed integrating the park's infrastructure with technology to better position city officials and staff to keep track of crowds, provide better security and monitor parking security and availability. The park includes smart solutions such as smart kiosks, smart parking (lot occupancy, dynamic pricing), video analytics (crowd counting), smart lighting and wifi locations.

Smart bench in the Alps

Courmayeur Municipality and Secure Mountain Foundation co-operated to provide a ‘Smart Bench’ which was airlifted to an elevation of 8,645 feet to a mountain refuge stone hut called “La Casemate”. The Smart Bench communicates data and information to citizens and tourists about trails, people traffic in the immediate area, along with critical environmental conditions. This data will be used to validate when municipal employees or Secure Mountain Foundation volunteers should be deployed to the stone hut during times of peak visitations.

Virtual Wellington

Virtual Wellington is a world first gamified VR city experience that allows people to immerse themselves in Wellington without getting on a plane. Available for free download on the Steam and Oculus VR stores, think of it as a modern-day destination brochure that showcases what Wellington has to offer in a uniquely Wellington way.