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Name: 
Internationalisation of cross-domain Smart City Solutions powered by ICT (sensor systems, data processing platforms)
Acronym: 
SmartCityTech
ESCP-4i Status: 
Preparation Phase - Strand1
Start of Partnership: 
01/01/2016
Partnership duration
12 months
Number of partners
9
Number of SMEs involved
1000
Targeted third countries
India
Singapore
United States

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The mission of the SmartCityTech partnership is to facilitate global cooperation between city and smart systems stakeholders aiming at the development and realization of innovative value models for urban areas enabled by smart systems.

Therefore SmartCityTech will:

  • Develop a smart specialization focus.
  • Build a vibrant and global ecosystem
  • Develop gloval innovation capacities
  • Create local and global business
  • Mobilize funding sources
Sectoral Industries: 
Information Technology and Analytical Instruments
Technology Fields: 
ELECTRONICS, IT AND TELECOMMSElectronics, MicroelectronicsDigital Systems, Digital Representation
S3 EU priority areas: 
Digital AgendaIntelligent inter-modal & sustainable urban areas (e.g. smart cities)
Emerging industries: 
Digital Industries
Partnership planned events: 
Target GroupTypeEstimated DateCountryCity
Cluster Organisations
Open to SMEs
Training
26/4/2016
Spain
San Sebastian
Cluster Organisations
Open to SMEs
Conference
15/6/2016
Belgium
Leuven
Partnership other activities: 

SmartCityTech will intensively interact with smart systems and smart city stakeholders to further develop its strategy and action plan. This interaction will be organized via events, online events, surveys and other communication tools.

SmartCityTech will promote and participate in activities organized by other Smart City and Smart Systems stakeholders.

  • A European Strategic Cluster Partnership with a clear focus, ready for international take off.
  • A governance model for the partnership laid down in a formal document signed by all partners.
  • An internationalization strategy with concrete actions and related KPIs ready for implementation validated by relevant stakeholders.
  • At least 2 additional partners committed to drive the partnership forward.
Other key partners or networks your partnership is linked with in Europe and in third countries: 
NameLink
Silicon Europe Alliance

Partnership composition

Name Sector/Technology fields Country Regions Total no. of members Total no. of SME
ADVANCITY Construction Products and Services, Environmental Services

Clean Production / Green Technologies, Climate Change mitigation

Construction:Construction of buildings, Digital AgendaCleaner environment & efficient energy networks (e.g. smart grids)

Environmental Industries, Logistical Services
France Île de France 260 170
AMEC - Association of the Internationalized industrial companies Electric Power Generation and Transmission, Food Processing and Manufacturing

Food Processing, Materials, components and systems for construction

Manufacturing & IndustryMachinery & equipment n.e.c., Public health and securityFood security & safety

Advanced Packaging, Digital Industries
Spain Cataluña 355 320
Cambridge Cleantech Business Services, Construction Products and Services

Energy management, Smart grids

Digital AgendaIntelligent inter-modal & sustainable urban areas (e.g. smart cities), Energy production & distribution:Power generation / renewable sources

Environmental Industries
United Kingdom East Anglia 300 250
Cluster SCC - Fondazione Smart Cities & Communities - Lombardia Appliances, Information Technology and Analytical Instruments

Sensors & Wireless products, Embedded Systems and Real Time Systems

Digital AgendaICT trust, cyber security & network security, Digital AgendaIntelligent inter-modal & sustainable urban areas (e.g. smart cities)

Digital Industries, Mobility Technologies
Italy Lombardia 103 66
BrainsBusiness - ICT North Denmark Communications Equipment and Services, Information Technology and Analytical Instruments

Data Processing / Data Interchange, Middleware, Information Technology/Informatics

Digital AgendaICT trust, cyber security & network security, Digital AgendaOpen data & sharing of public sector information

Creative Industries, Digital Industries
Denmark Nordjylland 150 140
GAIA.-Association of Knowledge and Applied Technologies industries in the Basque Country Education and Knowledge Creation, Electric Power Generation and Transmission

Electronic engineering, Cloud Technologies

Energy production & distribution:Power generation / renewable sources, Information & Communication Technologies (ICT)Information service activities

Creative Industries, Digital Industries
Spain País Vasco 251 203
Systematic Paris-Region Communications Equipment and Services, Information Technology and Analytical Instruments

Embedded Systems and Real Time Systems, Advanced Systems Architecture

Digital AgendaICT trust, cyber security & network security, Information & Communication Technologies (ICT)Telecommunications

Digital Industries, Experience Industries
France Île de France 800 480
BICCnet Bavarian Information and Communication Technology Cluster Information Technology and Analytical Instruments

Embedded Systems and Real Time Systems, Information Technology/Informatics

Digital AgendaIntelligent inter-modal & sustainable urban areas (e.g. smart cities), Information & Communication Technologies (ICT)Information service activities

Digital Industries
Germany Oberbayern 598 230
DSP Valley Information Technology and Analytical Instruments

Embedded Systems and Real Time Systems, Semiconductors

KETSMicro/Nano electronics

Digital Industries, Medical Devices
Belgium Prov. Vlaams-Brabant 114 86