Rural and mountain areas suffer from depopulation and economic decline due to a lack of (public) services and digital infrastructure and skills. Digitalisation represents a major opportunity for these regions to increase their attractiveness as places to work and live, compared to urban centres. SmartCommUnity aims to create a transnational community to change both the practices and perceptions of smart rural areas. In close cooperation with the European Strategy for the Alpine Region (EUSALP), the project partners will facilitate capacity building of rural areas, promote existing digital tools and solutions and develop innovative and interactive digital tools to foster the "smart transition" of Alpine areas, taking into account community and sustainability aspects. The 1st SmartCommUnity meeting will take place at the Faculty of electrical engineering in Ljubljana, on the 18th and 19th of January 2023.The meeting will address the activities of the project, in particular the "smart community concept" and his metodology for creating a Sustainable Smart Rural Futures
21 Nov 2023
Tourism valorisation of cross-border EU projects in the Alpine Space
The event will take place in Salzburg in German to promote cross-border EU projects.
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