The Interreg project SCIFI has opened a public consultation to identify the most important challenges medium-sized cities in the Two Seas region are facing. The Two Seas region include Southern England, North West France, Belgium and The Netherlands.
Share your opinion with the SCIFI project in the open consultation until 17 May 2018.
The consultation is open to cities and their ecosystems from across the Two Seas region and focuses on challenges in the sectors of mobility, energy and the environment. By participating in the survey, you can actively influence the challenges that SCIFI will focus on in its open call and benefit from its learnings.
About SCIFI: Smart Cities Innovation Framework Implementation
Open public data is a key innovation area with the potential to stimulate the Two Seas regional economy and promote the delivery of smart public services. Open public data is estimated to have €300 billion of unlocked value. Being both data suppliers and users, cities are ideally positioned as launching customers for innovative products and services.
SCIFI aims to activate the market for innovative solutions to improve public service delivery using data. Cities collaborate on identifying shared challenges in mobility, energy and environment. They jointly explore innovative procurement methods to work with businesses in developing data-based solutions, implementing them in living labs, and demonstrating the value of open data.
The partners include the French OASC member city Saint-Quentin and the local living lab Faubourg Numerique. Other cities participating in SCIFI are Bruges and Mechelen (BE), and Delft (NL). Further project partners are Agoria (BE), University of Southampton (UK), and Cambridge Cleantech (UK).
- More information about the SCIFI Interreg project.
- The public consultation, which is open from 17 April to 17 May 2018.
- More information about OASC member city Saint-Quentin [FR], OASC France, and the living lab Faubourg Numerique