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SmartCityTech was the first step to become an official European Strategic Cluster Partnership for the European Commission (ESCP).
4 Clusters (DSPValley, BICCnet, BrainsBusiness, GAIA) began this initiative and developed the mission, vision and the joint cooperation agenda to follow:


The Smart City Tech partnership aims at increasing competitiveness of EU companies by supporting the development of smart systems enabled solutions for urban areas through the implementation of a joint cooperation agenda.


Urban areas
are melting pots of new opportunities.  It are places where people meet, live, work and enjoy their spare time.   It’s an area where a known past will meet up with an unknown future.

People are eager to adopt services and products which make their life, work, spare time more enjoyable, more efficient.  They are eager to adopt products and services which make them more resilient to future.

Smart Systems can enable those products and services but cooperation between policy makers, citizens, technology experts and other stakeholders is required to realize new solutions for citizens in urban areas.

Facilitation is needed to bring experts from different disciplines and different regions together and to make them cooperate on smart system enabled products and services for urban areas.

Joint Cooperation Agenda:

  • Developing a joint vision on smart systems for urban areas which will lead to  concentrating available resources on those activities which can create the most impact for urban areas.
  • Building a vibrant and global ecosystem of companies, policy makers, academia, investors and citizens ready to engage for joint projects.
  • Developing global innovation capacities which allows for efficient development of new smart systems solutions for urban areas.
  • Stimulating active collaboration between stakeholders on concrete projects leading to added value for all ecosystem stakeholders involved.
  • Mobilizing funding,  either public or private money, as key resource to drive SmartCityTech projects forward.
  • Going beyond Europe and collaborate on opportunities on other continents.

This project finished with the engagement of 5 new cluster members to the partnership and the signature of a Consortium Agreement:

ECCP link:


This project has received funding from the European Unión COSME COS-Cluster Programme, under the grant agreement Nº 689221