SELECT for Cities would like to thank all the organisations and consortia who submitted a bid in response to our Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) Call for Tenders. We received a total of 28 proposals, composed of 57 organisations coming from 13 different countries.
We are now pleased to announce the 10 selected organisations/consortia who will participate in the first phase of the SELECT for Cities challenge are:
- Bosonit S.L. – Spain
- etventure Corporate Innovation GmbH – Germany
- HOP Ubiquitous S.L. – Spain
- Indra sistemas S.A. – Spain
- Engineering Ingegneria Informatica S.p.A – Italy
- Magenta srl -Italy
- Martel GmbH – Switzerland
- University of Florence (DISIT Lab) – Italy
- Urban Software Institute GmbH- Germany
- WINGS ICT Solutions – Greece
Congratulations to all the winners. Between June and September 2017 they will be working on refining their initial concept designs for a city-wide Internet-of-Everything platform for open innovation. At the end of this phase their solutions will be evaluated by the SELECT for Cities Buyers Group, who will decide which companies/consortia are invited to the next PCP phase to build and demo a prototype of their platform.
Select for Cities
SELECT for Cities innovation challenge lies in developing an open, standardized, data-driven, service-oriented and user-centric platform that enables large-scale co-creation, testing and validation of urban IoE applications and services. The envisaged platform has several requirements, components and features that are currently not available in existing solutions. The platform must allow collaboration between departments and cities, (automated) testing of IoE services, and be based on an open and modular approach, supporting cloud-based, data-driven, service-oriented, user-centric co-creation, and large-scale testing. For that purpose SELECT for Cities will undertake a pre-commercial procurement (PCP) to procure the research and development of new innovative solutions capable of realising the goal having of the city as a large Internet of Everything Lab and putting it into practice.
For more information, please visit: www.select4cities.eu