Time: 28.8. and 13.9.2018
Welcome to SynchroniCity Open Call Clinics 28.8. & 13.9!
SMEs can get funding to demonstrate the scalability and replicability of IoT based smart city solution in 2 European cities. There is possibility to get funding for 6 months piloting up to 300k€. The focus areas are Sustainable Mobility, Environment & Wellbeing, Citizen Engagement, and Open Theme. Submission of your Open Call application is possible till September 2018.
Forum Virium Helsinki hosts two Open Call Clinics to inform potential applicants on the project and on how to apply.
There are two alternative tracks at the clinic; applying and technology. In technology clinics the focus will be on SynchroniCity technology requirements. In application clinics you can ask questions related to applying process.
If your questions about the SynchroniCity open call have not been answered on the open forum or through the helpdesk you can book a 20 minute time slot to field your questions directly with Helsinki. Please send in your questions beforehand to veli.airikkala(at)forumvirium.fi
Open Call Clinic 28.8.
After the MyData 2018: Smart City Day event you can come and discuss more about details of your open call application. Smart City Day is part of the MyData2018 conference and it’s free of charge. Please register to Smart City Day too, there are only a limited number of slots!
17:30-18:30, Sturenkatu 4 (Kulttuuritalo), registration
Open Call Clinic 13.9.
The September clinic will be held in the Forum Virium office.
10:00-13:00, Unioninkatu 24, registration
The open forum may already have answers to your questions, which can be found at http://forum.synchronicity-iot.eu/
You are encouraged to use the helpdesk before signing up for a clinic slot. The helpdesk can be reached email@example.com
A number of Open Call Webinars are also open for registration. The next webinars will be held on the following days:
27.8. 10:00-12:00 CEST, register here
12.9. 14:00-16:00, register here
Forum Virium Helsinki contacts:
+358 50 5229985
+358 40 570 1317
SynchroniCity is a EU Horizon 2020 program to develop a digital single market in Europe. Totally 3 M€ funding is available, for 80% funding of the project, with different amount for different participants.
For more information https://synchronicity-iot.eu/open-call/
FVH’s IoT program develops data collection methods in Helsinki. The work is based on the transparency of data and the IoT ecosystem. The aim is to make Helsinki the best possible framework for using the Internet of Things. In addition to the development, Helsinki provides opportunities for experiments with several different sensors and platforms as well as the LoRaWAN and 5G networks.