Senior citizens. The pilot project is designed to improve care for people over 65 who live alone, as well as carers.
Technology. A personal robot and an electronic device for external interaction win the 5G award.
Business. The sector has created 43,000 jobs in six years, accounting for 13% of employment in the city.
International Community. From training courses to professional organizations, the city has a wide range of options to help expanding connections.
Science. The prize includes €30,000 in funding, which this year will go to researchers in the field of life and health sciences.
City Council. The documents that need to be presented online are the application form and a basic project description.
The Third Deputy Mayor, Laia Bonet, has taken part in the session organised by GrowSmarter, entitled “How urban innovation is combating the climate crisis and confronting the social and economic challenges to achieve Agenda 2030”
Smart City. The Digital skills map that will define the Cibernàrium ICT training itineraries and the new structure of the ACTIC accreditation were the two new developments presented at the first Digital Skills Conference.
Smart City. Close to 2,500 people -a 26% increase on the first edition- took part in the 67 activities scheduled for the second Smart City Week, which ended on 17 November.
Participation. Local residents can now propose points for the order of business in neighbourhood council sessions, through the city's digital-participation platform.