A webinar provides clarification about the TMaaS Replicator City Programme

Project : TMaaS - Traffic Management as a Service
City : Ghent
Short description
TMaaS recently launched a call to cities worldwide to register for the TMaaS Replicator City Programme. This autumn, three selected cities will have the opportunity to work together with the TMaaS team on developing their own version of the TMaaS dashboard adapted to their situation and needs. The TMaaS team will present the TMaaS Replicator City Programme during a webinar on 25 March 2019. The City of Ghent and TomTom will highlight the opportunities the project offers to cities seeking to increase their data-driven solutions knowledge and skills, use cases for the City of Ghent and the details of the TMaaS Replicator City Programme. At the end of the webinar, any cities that are interested will have the opportunity to ask questions.

MILMA attended international practitioner exchange event on inclusive opportunities in ICT

Project : MILMA Project - Migrants Labour Integration Model based on Acculturation Project
City : Fuenlabrada
Short description
The ‘Inclusive Opportunities for ICT’ conference, organised in Brussels on 06 and 07 February, gathered more than 100 experts from Europe and beyond. Attending this international conference gave MILMA some very interesting insights and guidance.

Super Circular Estate Zoom-in 1: Circular versus conventional building process

Project : Super Circular Estate - First Circular Social Housing Estate for 100% Material and Social Circularity
City : Kerkrade
Short description
UIA Expert Elma Durmisevic zooms into the differences between circular and conventional building process through interviews with the key members of the project. Check out what the main challenges are when it comes to recovering, refurbishing and reusing materials from building blocks!

Important milestone for future energy systems

Project : FED - Fossil Free Energy Districts
City : Gothenburg
Short description
Local energy systems can become an important part of the energy transformation needed to slow down global warming. In Gothenburg, such a system is, since January 2019, in full operation within the project FED - Fossil-free Energy Districts. The project is led by Johanneberg Science Park whose devise is that cooperation is key to success.