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mySMARTLife

Smart Transition of EU cities towards a new concept of smart Life and Economy

Project Details

Project date: 
February, 2016 to November, 2021

Budget Information

EU contribution: 
€18,656,102
Total cost : 
€21,724,075
Funding programme: 
H2020
SCC-1-2016-2017 - Smart Cities and Communities lighthouse projects

Pilot Cities

  1. Nantes
  2. Helsinki
  3. Hamburg

The European lighthouse cities Nantes (France), Hamburg (Germany) and Helsinki (Finland) and 3 follower cities Bydgoszcz (Poland), Rijeka (Croatia) and Palencia (Spain) come together to combine ICT, e-mobility and energy solutions to create sustainable urban space. mySMARTLife is aimed at supporting EU cities in their transition into more sustainable places.

mySMARTLife project aims at the development of an Urban Transformation Strategy to support cities in the definition of transition models, as a suitable path to reach high level of excellence in its development process, addressing the main city challenges and progressing to the smart people and smart economy concepts.The main instrument to achieve this very ambitious strategy will be the definition of the Advanced Urban Planning, consisting of an integrated approach of the planned city interventions on the basis of a rigorous impact assessment, an active citizen engagement in the decision-making process and a structured business approach, from the city business model perspective, to the economic framework for big companies and local SMEs and Start-Ups.

mySMARTlife strives to: 

  • Improving the quality of life of the citizens by improving city services and develop concept of “Smart People”
  • Reducing the environmental impacts of activities, by achieving a significant reduction of CO2 emissions
  • Smart economy, by offering to realise an innovative and dynamic economic concept that guarantee employment and adequate income