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EPIC held a successful workshop at the ENoLL event in Manchester

Submitted by rionescu on Thu, 05/09/2013 - 00:55

The beautiful city of Manchester hosted the 4th ENoLL Living Lab Summer School “Connected Smart & Creative Cities” 2013, where the EPIC final workshop took place on the 28th of August within the Smart City track of the event.

Don't miss out the latest issue of the EPIC newsletter

Submitted by rionescu on Thu, 22/08/2013 - 17:30

The latest issue of the EPIC newsletter is available here:

If you wish to access it in a pdf. format, please click here.

Join EPIC at the 4th ENoLL Summer School

Submitted by rionescu on Mon, 19/08/2013 - 10:58

What is the Workshop About? : How can the EPIC Smart City solution help my City? This workshop, presented by the EC-Funded ‘European Platform for Intelligent Cities’ (EPIC) Project, provides attendees with a crash course in how using the EPIC platform’s ‘Smart City in a Box’ can revolutionize the way you create, procure and operate smart city services in your city or municipality.


EPIC Enters its Final Review

Submitted by sruston on Mon, 24/06/2013 - 14:46

The EPIC team have currently converged in Brussels to prepare for the final project review with the European Commission that takes place tomorrow.  A series of demos highlightling key features of the EPIC smart services within each pilot site location will be shown, along with evaluation reports and sustainability outcomes.  Despite the end of the initial CIP funding stream, EPIC will continue its commercialisation journey.  

EPIC Featured at 26th Bled eConference

Submitted by sruston on Sat, 22/06/2013 - 14:29

The 26th annual Bled eConference featured the theme of eInnovation this year, providing a perfect platform for the EPIC project.  In a special session on Regional Innovation in Europe, EPIC was presented as a case study on how to scale local innovations on a regional and pan-European scale.  At a session on Smart Cities and Regions, the EPIC team highlighted the project’s use of the cloud to deliver Smart City innovations in a regional context.

 EPIC is supported and partly funded by the European Commission