Immersive realities and the Internet of Things: Vilanova i la Geltrú’s technological commitment to Mobile Week 2022

Mobile Week is an initiative that aims to bring technology closer to the public and experiment with the changes of digital transformation in society. This year, 16 municipalities from all over Catalonia have taken part. Vilanova i la Geltrú has taken part for the third year in a row, presenting, on 12, 13 and 14 May, different initiatives and promoting spaces for debate and reflection on advanced technologies.

Neàpolis signs a conventional agreement to be part of the European network of DIH4CPS that starts its activity this March 2022

The aim is to promote IHL for the integration of interoperability in European SME cyberphysical systems in the network called IHL4″

This interdisciplinary network DIH4CPS, in cyberphysical systems of European SMEs, wants to promote between the different IHL (Digital Innovation Hubs) the integration of interoperability in the cyberphysical systems of European SMEs and will help to overcome obstacles in innovation by creating an interdisciplinary network of IHL and solution providers in this technology in different sectors.

VNG participates in the initial phase of the deployment of 5G in the Penedès

Vilanova i la Geltrú has participated this morning in the presentation of the 5G Penedès Area, promoted by the Generalitat de Catalunya, through the Department of Digital Policies and Public Administration, and framed within the 5G Strategy of Catalonia . It is a project that has the involvement of Mobile World Capital Barcelona, the i2CAT Foundation, the Barcelona Provincial Council, Igualada City Council, Vilanova i la Geltrú City Council, TICAnoia, Neàpolis and Telefónica.

VNG collects vehicle traffic data at the roundabout between rounds using sensors

The roundabout between Ronda Ibérica and Ronda Europa is the point where 24 traffic sensors have been installed that measure the number of vehicles and the type (cars, motorcycles or trucks) that enter and leave the city at this point. . The public agency for Innovation, Neàpolis and the local company Urbionix, have launched this project within the line of promoting sensorization to collect data and improve the efficiency of services and the quality of life of citizens.