CTA organized the meeting of the Steering Committee of the European project Tr@nsnet last Monday, February 13, which took place at the Hotel Inglaterra in Seville.
This consortium meeting has been dedicated to finding new projects that can be presented as a continuation of Tr@nsnet.
The European project Tr@nsnet, financed by the Interreg-Sudoe program and with a budget of 1.4 million euros, aims to contribute to the energy transition by defining a new model of a university ‘living lab’, that is, a bank of real tests for open innovation, which is transferable to companies.
On Tuesday, February 14, the seminar ‘Living labs as a tool for transformation in the energy world’ was held at the Marie Curie Technoincubator in Seville, within the framework of the Tr@nsnet project.
Evdokimos Konstantinidis, president of ENoLL (European Network of Living Labs), participated in the event. Over the years, this institution has become the European network of reference for the definition of new innovative models, which favor the creation process with a collaborative approach, thanks to the participation of users and the use of experimentation in sectors such as energy, mobility, health or agri-food.