The technical group of living-in.eu works together to develop a common list of standards and technical specifications to achieve interoperability of data, systems, and platforms among cities and communities and suppliers around the world to enable solutions such open urban platforms and digital twins.
Empowering public authorities to innovate via education and capacity building, is crucial in the concept of Living-in.EU. We equip public officers with the skills and methodologies necessary to thrive in an increasingly digital world.
This group helps develop and implement a framework, built on existing methodologies, to measure and monitor the benefits for citizens, public authorities, businesses and other stakeholders at local level.
contribute on a voluntary basis to a joint investment plan to adopt and implement common existing digital solutions on a large scale in the EU; optimise synergies between EU, national, regional and local funds; strengthen investment in local digital transformation from EU funds and programmes, to ensure an inclusive and sustainable Europe; use common public procurement practices to jointly define specifications and reduce the cost of investing in successful digital platforms and related technologies.
Remove obstacles to the digitization of already existing public intersectoral and cross-border services in the Union Enable brand new, original public intersectoral and cross-border services, which respond to new needs Valorise the best practices, facilitating their adoption in another EU countries with ease and incentives
This group aims to build a community of like-minded cities, working on local digital twins.
The beating heart of the urban digital transformation
According to data 169 million EU citizens lack even basic digital skills. This accounts for 44% of Europeans between the ages of 16-74.
European cities are working to make life easier for their residents and Europeans more broadly.
Our aim is to create of a world class multi-assets exchange based in Europe aimed at financing companies on their green, sustainable, social, and governance journey to make their financial returns
Work is underway by cities supported by the European Commission to develop EU standard contractual clauses for the procurement of ethical AI based on the good practices of the City of Amsterdam.
Can an Arts & Technology festival add a technological experience to truly innovate culture? That was the starting question of this project.
Cities and communities are in a unique position as they can be both providers and consumers of data and services.
OpenLitterMap is an open source, interactive, and accessible database of the world's litter and plastic pollution that covers 16/17 SDGs
Huna's Light Touch is the smart city platform for the management of smart lighting, smart buildings and for the monitoring of air quality.