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Dublin was voted Europe's fourth most popular city break destination, behind London, Paris and Rome and is one of the friendliest capital cities in the world. Dublin's elegant Georgian architecture makes it one of Europe's most attractive capitals. Dublin is a relatively small and accessible city, small enough and safe enough to get around on foot, while the Luas tram system and the suburban rail system, the DART, provide excellent transport links throughout the city.

Smart City Status: Smart Dublin is an initiative of the four Dublin Local Authorities to engage with smart technology providers, researchers and citizens to solve challenges and improve city life. We aim to position Dublin as a world leader in the development of new urban solutions, using open data, and with the city region as a test bed.

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08.04.2019
Mainard Gallagher

UNLEASH THE POWER OF 3D DATA FOR DUBLIN!

Dublin City Council (via the Smart Docklands Programme) have brought together a consortium of amazing partners – Grangegorman Development Agency, the Open Data Unit (DPER), The Department of Community and Rural Development, Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) funded Building City Dashboards Team at the University of Maynooth and D3D – to create the first 3D Data Hackathon in Ireland.

 

This Hackathon aims to engage anyone with an interest in 3D data and the built environment, from those working with BIM (Building Information Management) to App and Game Developers, Urban Planners and more!

 

They are seeking new solutions, applications and services addressing 4 Challenge Areas:

  • Transportation, Mobility & Environment
  • Urban Planning & Digital Construction
  • City Infrastructure & Asset Use
  • Civic Engagement & Serious Gaming

The event is hosted by Autodesk ® and Hibernia Reit. Other supporters of the event include Google, Leica, ESRI, Invicara and Bim & Scan, with more to be announced. We are also...

03.09.2018
Jamie Cudden

Competition on innovative solutions for Smart Workplace Mobility Hub

In order to achieve Dublin’s proposed vision for a more pedestrian friendly, cycle friendly and liveable city we are looking to optimise staff movement in a way that is better for people, the environment and acceptable for businesses. The city council is looking to test shared mobility options for staff through integration of e-cars, e-bikes and push bikes through the piloting of a smart mobility hub service solution. Any solution should also have the ability to be replicated at other DCC sites, public sector premises and also at private sector locations.

Submit your ideas to Dublin in order to participate in an open challenge and get selected for piloting your innovative solution!

Go to tender!

03.09.2018
Jamie Cudden

Competition on innovative solutions for Last Mile delivery

Dublin and Belfast city council are looking for ways to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of deliveries, reducing the number of goods vehicles in their respective urban centres, which in turn will improve air quality, noise pollution and road safety. 

Submit your ideas to Dublin and Belfast in order to participate in an open challenge and get selected for piloting your innovative solution!

Go to tender

02.09.2018
Jamie Cudden

Future proofing of street lighting assets

Market Consultation:

Future proofing of street lighting assets to enable delivery of smart city services and wireless connectivity.

Dublin City Council (DCC) through its smart city function is actively promoting a number of “smart city” initiatives to improve quality of life, deliver more efficient and responsive city services and increase engagement with citizens.

As part of an upcoming large scale LED Street lighting upgrade tender Dublin City Council would like to ensure that their extensive lighting infrastructure, in particular the physical assets will be available for other uses in the future. A market sounding day will be designed to capture information around the elements of Smart City and future use of these assets. Uses envisaged may include deployment of the following:

  • Internet of Things (IOT) solutions such as environmental sensing, traffic & mobility solutions;
  • Delivery of connectivity services which may require the use of the lighting column. This may include mesh...

31.08.2018
Zaira Rivera

Competition on innovative solutions for Last Mile delivery

Dublin and Belfast city council are looking for ways to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of deliveries, reducing the number of goods vehicles in their respective urban centres, which in turn will improve air quality, noise pollution and road safety. 

31.08.2018
Mainard Gallagher

Competition on innovative solutions for Smart Workplace Mobility Hub

In order to achieve Dublin’s proposed vision for a more pedestrian friendly, cycle friendly and liveable city we are looking to optimise staff movement in a way that is better for people, the environment and acceptable for businesses. The city council is looking to test shared mobility options for staff through integration of e-cars, e-bikes and push bikes through the piloting of a smart mobility hub service solution. Any solution should also have the ability to be replicated at other DCC sites, public sector premises and also at private sector locations.

Current tenders

Ireland - Dublin

The Creation of a Multi-supplier...

Deadline: 19.10.2020

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