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The iCity Project works on its own Business Model

The iCity Project has reached its final phase, in November there will be the final European review and the Work Packages of the project would have resolved its commitment to the European Commission. But beyond duty and compromises the will of this project has always been to offer a new way to create Apps that eases the path for truly European Smart Cities. Following this philosophy, the European project is now working on a business plan that would allow this public service continue after the European Commission ceases to be inolved.

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Bologna Agenda Cultura, a new app realized with the iCity platform

MAMbo conference

On September 24th at the Conference Hall of MAMbo - Museum of Modern Art in Bologna, Giovanni Farneti and Claudia Nanni (City of Bologna), together with Progetti di Impresa, presented the new app "Bologna Agenda Cultura".
The app, based on content produced for the Agenda Cultura web portal, has been developed and realized using the APIs uploaded on the iCity Platform.

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Bologna's new iCity services to be presented in Spaghetti Open Data meeting

Spaghetti Open Data (SOD) is a group of Italian citizens interested in the release of public data in open format, so as to make it easy to access and reuse them (open data).

On 27-29 March, Bologna hosts the annual meeting of the SOD association.

This will be a perfect occasion to present to the local community of developers the new Bologna information systems that have recently been integrated in the iCity platform:

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iCity Project workshop in Bologna Smart City Exhibition

From the 22th to the 24th of October was held the Smart City Exhibition 2014 in Bologna (Italy). 

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Workshop in Bologna: Can a Smart city engineer its ecosystem?

Last 14th of October took place in the Bolognese Conference Room of MAMbo, the Modern and Contemporary Art Museum of Bologna, the workshop “Can a Smart city engineer its ecosystem? Practices and new challenges in engagement and participation among iCity partners”. About 20 attendees were present, mainly belonging to Bologna Municipality (Culture, IT, International Relations, and Communication Departments) and Bologna University and Emilia-Romagna Region.

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iCity Project spread its word in the Bolognese Spaghetti Opendata meeting

iCity Project was present at the Spaghetti Opendata Community meeting, held on 28th March in Bologna with a workshop. It has been one of the most important events related to the iCity engagement strategy in the Italian city.