This Wednesday, October 25th from 7 pm, the citizens of Bilbao (Miribilla neighbourhood) will have an opportunity to play WeLive Urban Apps Poker. The meeting point for all interested to join this event is Santa Maria Josefa Church.
If you’re over 18, bring your Android phone and discover the Bilbozkatu, Bilbon and Auzonet apps, developed as the result of citizen participation.
To sign up, send an email to email@example.com.
More info: http://bit.ly/2xZHYCR
Partners on the project have a busy week. WeLive consortium held the 10th Quarter Meeting in Helsinki on Wednesday, October 18th. Main objectives of this gathering were: reviewing outcomes for Second Pilot Phase and KPIs review.
What’s more, the meeting was a fantastic opportunity to start working on the preparation for the final project review.
In the framework of the WeLive project, our partner Tecnalia (together with CNS, UDEUSTO and DNET) has organized a workshop on European projects related to Co-Creation approach and Citizens Participation. The workshop took place on September 21st in TECNALIA’S headquarters in Bilbao.
The objective of this workshop was to being together European project that are researching and innovating in co-creation methodologies and to share experiences and discuss on how to make co-creation sustainable.
On June 14th Trento hosted the 9th WeLive quarterly meeting. During the 2 days, the project team is discussing pilot phase II progress and plans.
On the second day of the general meeting, the WeLive team brought attention to the topics such as: ethical aspects, results dissemination and cooperation with other projects.
First Clustering meeting between WeLive project and CITADEL European projects was held on June 8th.
Responsible for both projects are looking for synergies between the projects and sharing interesting ideas about co-creation and co-design in the Public Sector.
The winners of the "contest of ideas" organized by the Municipality of Trento together with the Smart Community Lab (FBK) have been awarded a prize as recognition for their active participation in the WeLive project. The public award ceremony coincided with a press conference the last 30th May. During a two-hour meeting preceding the ceremony they discussed strategies to better define and implement their ideas; most of them agreed to take part in the refinement phase which will lead to the creation of three new digital services by the end of the summer.
On June 1st the WeLive project work team met in Bilbao to evaluate the progress of the project. The Task Force team is bringing together the applications focused on the events of the city of Bilbao and the information to Neighborhood Associations and parents of students.
Smart City Dreams Spring Party – this is the event that was organised on May 10th, 2017 to promote the cooperation with the City of Vantaa and our project partners Laurea University of Applied Sciences. WeLive project supported this event that was organised in collaboration with the City of Vantaa and 6Aika project and Laurea UAS. Laurea has currently over 70 externally funded research project ongoing, and WeLive project is one of them.
WeLive project was presented at Telecommunication and Information Society International day (WTISD-17: BIG DATA FOR BIG IMPACT) in Belgrade, Serbia on May 17th.
Dejan Drajic from DunavNET, WeLive Impact and Dissemination Manager, presented the project as a good practice example, side by side with the Cisco and Huawei managers.
The event was organized by Serbian Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications.
Our partners Tecnalia organized a Design Game session around two challenges for the city of Bilbao: Urban transformation of the environment, concretely Bilbao's riverside and Neighbourhood development.