New concepts for intelligent living and working in Europe’s cities (mySMARTLife)
The project pursues the goal of reducing CO2 emissions in cities, increasing the use of renewable energy sources, and making cities more environmentally friendly. In addition, the development towards so-called “integrative cities” is promoted, which offer a high quality of life and involve their citizens in urban development. Throughout mySMARTLife, an innovative and dynamic economic concept is to be implemented, which guarantees jobs and an appropriate income, offers more attractiveness for talented young professionals and aligns the range of products and services to actual needs. To this end, the project partners are developing new technology solutions in the areas of building renovation, renewable energies, environmentally friendly transport and communication. The project is coordinated by Spanish research institute CARTIF Technology Center.
As a project partner, the SEZ supports: the Dissemination and Communication of the project activities and outcomes with a project website, social media activities and other promotional materials, press releases, videos, web seminars, workshops, conferences, etc.; the Exploitation of the project results, for market introduction and measures to stimulate imitation, support in the management of intellectual property as well as training on IPR, exploitation, risk assessment and business models.
- Project name acronym: mySMARTLife
- Funding Institution: European Commission
- Funding budget for all partners: 18,7 M EUR
- Involved Countries: Germany, Finland, France, Croatia, Poland, Spain
- Project Duration: 12/2016 – 11/2021