On the 22nd of April, Actum4 has signed a contract making them official collaborator with the Distrito Digital of the Valencian Community, in Alicante. Distrito digital belongs to SPTCV (Sociedad Proyectos Tematicos de la Comunidad Valenciana) a public company belonging to the Generalitat Valenciana. Actum4 will have the opportunity to participate and help organize informative events and activities.Read More
Actum4 has received the approval of funding from TETRAMAX, as part of their project to fund LEMON Experiments. Thanks to the great collaboration with KMB Lab, creator of the LEMON System, and the technical support from the University of Sofia, Actum4 was awarded financial support.Read More
Actum4 was invited to attend the workshop A robust innovation ecosystem for the future of Europe. Antonio Montalvo attended the workshop held at the European Commission premises in Brussels on the November 19th 2019.Read More
Actum4 has participated to Datathon 2019 organized by the European Data Incubator (EDI) in Berlin.Read More
Actum4 has participated in the Consortium Meeting organized by SynchroniCity in Milan. This marks one of the final steps for the project in 2019.Read More
Actum4 in collaboration with Sofia Development Association and Virtech Ltd has been awarded funding for its AgeWare project by ACTIVAGE.Read More
This event was introduced by Gema Igual, Mayor of Santander City, and was attended by other authorities from the City Council, as well as representatives of Universidad de Cantabria, members of the bikers association Cantabria Con Bici and general public.
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Actum4 has been invited by the European Data Incubator to present their project “DRUINS”: Data Reanalysis for Urban Information from Noise Sensors.
The DRUINS project aims at providing a solution for noise pollution in cities, by analysing through the use of sensors placed around the city the amount of decibels (dB). The University of Cantabria will act as data provider throughout the project. The final beneficiaries will be the citizens of these cities: as a result of the sensors’ analysis, policies will be implemented to reduce noise pollution.
The project will be tested in Santander, Spain. Actum4 is working to run tests in Barcelona, Alicante and Girona (Spain) and Trieste (Italy).
If you wish to read more about DRUINS please follow this link: https://edincubator.eu/edi-call2-s038/
Actum4 participated to the IoT (Internet of Things) Week 2019 that took place in Aarhus, an event promoted by Synchronicity.
Actum4 along with KMB Lab took part of the IoT Week 2019 organized by Synchronicity in order to promote Kissmybike. Throughout the week, Actum4 discussed with expert professionals ways to improve the scope of the product as well as strategies to ensure its successful utilization.
If you wish to read more about the IoT Week 2019 please click on the following link: https://synchronicity-iot.eu/iot-week-our-pilots-and-start-up-winners-at-the-public-expo/
Actum4 along with KMB Lab participated to the kick-off bootcamp organized in London by Synchronicity.
Synchronicity is a network of cities with the ultimate goal of improving the quality of life of citizens through innovation and technology. The goal is to unite cities around the world to agree on common and open standards to create urban, data-driven services based on the needs of cities and communities.
Actum4 and KMB Lab will be promoting and discussing their product, Kissmybike. Kissmybike is a system that allows for tracking devices to be placed on bicycles, helping cities and communities in two main ways: firstly, the devices will allow owners of bicycles to be tracked at all times, including when they are stolen. This will increase the recovery rate of stolen bicycles significantly. Secondly, the device can be used to map cyclists patterns, helping the city to improve its routes.
To read more information about Kissmybike please visit the following website: https://synchronicity-iot.eu/project/kissmybike/