3 June, 2022
The new Immersive Experience Lab, a space dedicated to immersive and extended realities, was inaugurated last Friday, May 13th.
In order to present this new Laboratory, 3 different sessions were held according to the target audience.
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.
On May 9, coinciding with Europe Day, the Barcelona Provincial Council has organized a diverse program of activities throughout the month of May, promoted by the International Strategy Office of the International Relations Directorate of the corporation where Vilanova i la Geltrú also collaborates.
This year they have had a singular relevance, as they propose to be a space for exchange and debate around two current phenomena and relevance for the local world: firstly, the European Year of Youth and , secondly, the outbreak of war in Ukraine.
On the 16th, 17th and 18th of May, one of the European workshops included in the project took place in Vilanova i la Geltrú. H2020 SCORE ( Smart control of the climate resilience of European Coastal Cities). The municipality is one of the European cities participating in the SCORE project to improve the resilience of coastal cities to the effects of climate change, through a CCLL (coastal city living lab ).
I don’t know if you found out, but today is Saint George’s Day, one of the most important days in Catalonia. There is no man without a book, no woman without her pertinent rose or her book. And since it’s a bit tricky to make a list of the top 5 roses, we’ve made a list with 5 literary recommendations from Neàpolis. And by the way, not all of them are books of innovation or technology.
Agency of Secrets® – Storytelling vs Storydoing
Agency of Secrets® is a global experience made up of 10 games (digital and analog) that can be played independently in Vilanova i la Geltrú, but played together they build a complete narrative (storytelling), which allows the citizen or tourist to discover the history of the city while visiting it (storydoing). Thus, reality and fiction are mixed to create a unique experience for all users.
The etymology tells us a lot about these two words in English, storytelling and storydoing, but how do they both contribute to the gamification of the Agency of Secrets experience?
The courses in Immersive Realities, Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence will begin on April 25 and will be carried out by the public innovation agency of Vilanova i la Geltrú within the framework of the TTT project promoted by the Diputació de Barcelona, which brings together more than sixty projects from all over Catalonia.
29 March, 2022
IoT, Smart City
” 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.
22 March, 2022
Last Friday, March 11, the 4th edition of the Garraf 2022 Symposium ended in Neàpolis, a conference where the concept of business district has been prioritized as a central theme.
MedGaims is a European program with partners from four countries: Italy (Alghero), Jordan, Lebanon and Spain. The delegations of each headquarters meet periodically to test the experiences they are creating. The project started two years ago and is now on the final stretch. The plan is to release the games in early 2022. In Vilanova i la Geltrú the development of the projects has involved the work of between 30 and 35 people.