Urban Inno (Utilizing innovation potential of urban ecosystems) is a 36 month project funded by the Interreg Central Europe Programme.

Projektleiter: Schumacher Jens
Projektlaufzeit: 1. Juni 2016 bis 31. Mai 2019
Projektmitglieder:
Schumacher Jens (Projektleiter)
Maurer Florian
Hellwig Michael
 
About Urban Inno
Urban Inno (Utilizing innovation potential of urban ecosystems) is a 36 month project funded by the Interreg Central Europe Programme. It involves tvelve project partners from  eight european countries with the aim to maximise the innovation potentials of urban ecosystems in CE through a better linkage of actors in urban innovation ecosystems by establishment and interlinking of quadriple-helix research driven clusters/networks in partner regions, and by development and implementation of new participatory methods and tools to engage end-users and industries into innovation processes – creating qualified and motivated end-user of new technologies /services – a SMART USER.
 
Urban Inno will be implemented in project partner`s  urban ecosystems in Central Europe with strong replication potential in similar-sized cities in EU. 5 new quadriple-helix networks will be established in partnership regions, and 6 regional/urban innovatiion plans developed. In parallel, new participatory methods and tools will be developed and tested in pilot projects. A transnational cooperation strategy and platform will provide all interested regions the best available participatory tools and qualified facilitators. The platform will also include the transnational analysis, the strategic plan and wil be available through the project website.
 
Project partners:
CyberForum e.V., Germany
Inno AG, Germany
E-Institute, Institute for comprehensive development solutions, Slovenia
Municipality of Maribor, Slovenia
Technical University of Kosice, Slovakia
Municipality of Kielce/ Kielce Technology Park, Poland
City of Rijeka, Croatia
Ericsson Nikola Tesla d.d., Croatia
Pannon Business Network Association, Hungary
Research Buurgenland GmbH, Austria
Vorarlberg University of Applied Science, Austria
Informatica Trentina Spa, Italy
 
Associated partners:
Economic Development Department Karlsruhe, Germany
Vas County Authority, Hungary
City of Pinkafeld, Austria
City of Hartberg, Austria
Košice Self-governing Region

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