The REMOURBAN project focuses on the welfare of citizens within the sustainability framework of a smart city and aims to develop and validate a number of innovative technologies plus organisational and economic solutions to meet the needs of the energy, mobility and ICT sectors. For Eurotransport, REMOURBAN colleagues Maria Angeles Gallego, Javier Olmos, Clemente Cárdenas Cuevas, Cristina de Torre and Miguel Ángel García Fuentes, all from CARTIF Technology Centre, give further details about the project and what can be expected.
The main objective of REMOURBAN is to establish the development of a sustainable urban regeneration model that will be validated in three lighthouse cities: Valladolid (Spain), Nottingham (UK) and Tepebas5 ı (Turkey).
REMOURBAN will pave the way for the transformation of European cities into smarter places, therefore, replicability is a key aspect. Once it has been validated within the lighthouse cities, two ‘follower’ cities – Seraing (Belgium) and Miskolc (Hungary) – will implement the REMOURBAN sustainable urban regeneration model.
Source: Eurotransport Magazine
16 February 2016
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 646511