Culture and free time. The pilot project gets under way in Sants and Poble-sec in September.
Inclusion. The goal is to help drive the improvement of global education and reduce exclusion and the digital divide, an important step in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS).
Digital twins are based on the modeling of urban dynamics using massive data.
Urban planning and infrastructures. The selected solutions will be tried out in an pilot test towards the end of the year, in the framework of the Barcelona Superblock and the reurbanisation of Eixample’s green hubs.
Internet access is not enough in our digital society. There are other barriers that can hinder people's ability to exercise their rights and take advantage of opportunities. Digital divides and how to overcome it in 'Barcelona Metropolis'.
Business. The event will help analyse global and economic challenges and introduce projects by start-ups from universities and research centres.
The i2CAT Foundation, with the support of the IMI and other entities, has carried out a small-scale centre trial in Barcelona to try out 5G technologies that enable cooperative connected and automated mobility services
Mobility and transport. Barcelona will be a test bed for smart and sustainable urban innovation projects.
Grants for projects in strategic lines of the State Plan for Scientific, Technical and Innovation Research 2021-2023
Science. The Ministry of Science and Innovation has earmarked 70,000,000 euros as the maximum amount for the funding of this call, which opened on 14 June until 5 July.
Barcelona is taking a new step towards becoming an international leader in terms of high-performance computing. The Barcelona Supercomputing Center will host this joint project with Intel, which has been working closely with Barcelona since 2011.