Innovation | Testing | Openness
Try to figure out a concrete, real place, where companies and other interested stakeholders, have a chance to dialogue with the public administration and with a system of over 90 public and private partners, where it is possible to propose innovative solutions in response to open challenges for cities and to be able to bring in new contribution and solutions to solve them
A location where testing innovative ideas for the future can be easier and accesible, where the social impact can be analysed and where it is possible to monitor their acceptability and feasibility at community level.A place where ideas are measured and tested according to the real needs of the citizens and offer new solutions, improving the quality of life and promoting environmental and social sustainability at an urban scale. From aquaponics for city greenhouses, to intelligent systems to allow smart parking for people with disabilities, measures which not only reduce traffic congestion, consumption and emission pollution, at the same time. From air quality monitoring sensors to new cooperative, low-emitting, connected modes of transportation. With further innovative solutions for culture, tourism, citizen services, urban security.
Thanks to the broad partnership of public and private, national and international players, Torino City Lab guarantees a stronger and diversified ecosystem to support the ideas and experiments in the urban innovation field presented, also enabling the scalability of the new technologies. Torino City Lab has also designed a system for guiding and/or evaluating the proposals submitted, which uses the experience of the many partners involved in order to achieve top results.
Turin City Council approves implementing measures for MaaS4Italy
On November 18, the Turin City Council approved the implementation modalities of the Maas4Italy project .The MaaS4Italy project which has two parts that have as much as 10 million from the NRRP (National Recovery and Resilience Plan) complementary fund.
Everything is ready for the Open Living Lab Days Turin 2022. We are waiting for you!
Open Living Lab Days 2022 are just around the corner!
FUSILLI PROJECT: new free course on food and sustainability for teachers
The free course "Table and Sustainability. Lepidoptera as Pollinators and the Circularity of Food" promoted by the Horizon 2020 project FUSILLI is about to start.
CTE NEXT's second Innovation Meeting around the corner
On Oct. 20 at 9:30 A.M. the House of Emerging Technologies in Turin, CTE NEXT, together with the Smart Communities Tech Cluster, is holding its second Innovation Meeting with main topic: Future Cities
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On December 22, the City Council approved, on the proposal of the Councillor for Environmental and...
The "green" call of the European project SME4GREENis open. The call is aimed at Turin SMEs in the...
The free course "Table and Sustainability. Lepidoptera as Pollinators and the Circularity of Food"...