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"Two districts - Strijp-S and Eckhart Vaartbroek - are currently being transformed into sustainable living environments as part of te EU SCC1 Project TRIANGULUM. The former Philips industrial complex in the Strijp-S neighbourhood will become a creative smart district. An innovative concept to clean up contaminated land will double as a means of producing energy. It is also planned to optimise the heat provision powered by renewable energies of the existing buildings. A district-wide ICT solution will allow residents to access different kinds of infrastructure, such as booking electric vehicles from a district car-sharing scheme or using smart parking concepts. In this way, the IT-based tool will help residents to develop sustainable patterns of energy and mobility behaviour. In addition, electric buses will make city traffic more eco-friendly. A different set of challenges is posed by the Eckart Vaartbroek district, where energy-efficiency renovations will be carried out on the social housing stock that predominates in this area. In order to precisely calculate energy savings, the project will use an IT-based instrument capable of modelling costs and providing a 3D visualisation of the district."

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Eindhoven is a city in the south of the Netherlands, originally at the confluence of the Dommel and Gender. It had a population of 223,220 in 2015, making it the fifth-largest municipality of the Netherlands and the largest in the province of North Brabant. Eindhoven is known as the centre of technology and design and the birthplace of the electronics group Philips, which built the Philips Stadium, the home stadium of the PSV Eindhoven football club. The Philips Museum traces the design history of the company. The nearby Van Abbemuseum focuses on art and design. In the northwest, the former Strijp-S industrial complex houses design shops and restaurants.

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16.08.2018
Henk Kok

Synchronicity funds Smart City Projects - Open call Kick Off - June 11th

From June 1st you will have the opportunity to prepare for a scale up of your Smart City solution in at least 3 cities. Funding for your project will be 80% up to a maximum depending on the type of organization you represent.

What is SynchroniCity?

SynchroniCity opens up a global IoT market where cities and businesses develop shared digital services to improve the lives of citizens and grow local economies.


Aim of the Open Call

Proving the viability of the SynchroniCity digital single market by demonstrating in this Large Scale Pilot the replicability and scalability of city and citizen-centric IoT enabled solutions from one city to another. It also aims at attracting new cities and other players of this ecosystem to become part of this new marketplace and ensure sustainability.

Who is it for?

* IoT enabled SMEs that have already demonstrated their solution in a relevant environment (TRL ≥ 6). SMEs can apply alone or in a Pilot Group.
* Cities. Cities can only apply in a Pilot Group.
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