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Partner Alarm Automatika, as part of the Living project, is developing another way of more active involvement of citizens and coordination of activities of all social entities, whose work is related to increasing the safety and quality of life in the city.

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The solution is aiming towards better waste collection management with greater business transparency and the involvement of citizens in the waste disposal process using the latest technologies.

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Several surveyings of the underground infrastructure were held at various locations in Rijeka, as part of the project activity for the system development for automatic processing and recognition of the underground infrastructure based on radar records, as part of the Smart City 4DII project.

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The CEKOM Project (Center of Competence for Smart Cities) – 2014-2020 Operational Program Competitiveness and Cohesion
Total value of the project is 149,631,384.15 HRK, of which 95,357,525.75 HRK is the amount co-financed by the EU.
The project implementation period is from 01 March, 2020 to 01 March, 2023.
Contact person – Nenad Antolović, nenad.antolovic@smart-ri.hr
https://strukturnifondovi.hr

The CEKOM Project (Center of Competence for Smart Cities) – 2014-2020 Operational Program Competitiveness and Cohesion

Total value of the project is 149,631,384.15 HRK, of which 95,357,525.75 HRK is the amount co-financed by the EU.
The project implementation period is from 01 March, 2020 to 01 March, 2023.

Contact person – Nenad Antolović, nenad.antolovic@smart-ri.hr

https://strukturnifondovi.hr

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