Smart cities and sustainable development



We help to develop Tartu into sustainable, smart and resource-efficient urban environment – into a smart city.

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Impact assessment of the Swiss NGO Fund (2011-2015)

The assessment focused on the 62 social service projects that were implemented with the Fund’s funding. The assessment involved interviews and consultations by the implementers of the Fund, relevant public sector representatives, project managers and partners, area experts and also NGO-s who had applied for but had not received funding.

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Harmonized framework allowing a sustainable and robust identity for European Citizens

The major objective of the project is to protect EU citizens’ identities from all current threats but also to foresee what the future threats would be. The project will study in deep the identity theft phenomenon in Europe, revealing the flaws in the different “paper-based” procedures but also in the new dematerialized processes, assess the threat for the citizen and develop technological components, backward compatible with different existing Member State frameworks.

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Analysis of the Smart City Lab Living Laboratory

The analysis aimed at describing the business processes and services of a living laboratory in detail, identifying opportunities for involving different user groups and segments in the living laboratory, planning for sustainable development.

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Competitiveness of Estonian forest and wood cluster

The objective of study is to conduct an analysis of the competitiveness of the Estonian wood sector and identify success factors to lay the foundations at the national level to mitigate bottlenecks and strengths in the sector and provide quality information for decision making at the enterprise level.

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