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Government Europa Quarterly Issue 25

Issue 25 of Government Europa Quarterly focuses on the role of technology and digital innovation in transforming the way that public services are offered,...

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Green4Cities is an international green infrastructure competence centre based in Vienna,...

The role of a green infrastructure competence centre is to develop and realise concepts, ideas and solutions for green visions in the area of...

An intelligent thermal energy system for smart cities

NODA Intelligent Systems AB provides an intelligent thermal energy system for sustainability and efficiency solutions in the evolving smart energy landscape. Founded in 2005 in...

Dedicated short-range communications for electronic tolling

NORBIT is an international, knowledge-based group that continuously designs, develops and manufactures high technology products, systems and solutions to meet its customers’ changing needs....

Better broadband for public safety

Goodmill Systems Ltd provides excellent broadband solutions for by public safety operators in critical situations. As modern applications expand and develop, they require broadband digital...

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The three pillars of university pathology

Pathology as a branch of medicine is considered the ‘doctrine of diseases’. University pathology has three pillars and fulfils important tasks in healthcare, teaching and research. Healthcare In healthcare, modern pathology has a pilot function for...

Pioneers of digital forest management and big data

There exist more than 16 million private forest owners within Europe. MHG Systems is a pioneer in offering full digital services from forest management...

A fossil-free Norway

Greenstat AS’s mission is to develop and operate projects related to sustainable energy and technology, as well as projects supporting the transition from fossil...

Ethical battery recycling

Founded in 2014, our company's name is a tribute to the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius, who often looked to Nature for guidance and inspiration.

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