The MARVEL MVP Info Day is an online event for public authorities, Traffic Managers, Law Enforcement Agencies, data scientists, engineers, architects, technical project managers and other people who are focused on smart city technologies, products and services.
On the 16th of December, the first MARVEL Advisory Board meeting was successfully conducted. The meeting was held online. Representatives from all consortium members were present along with the three Advisory Board members.
The latest plenary meeting of MARVEL took place on November 18-19, 2021 in a hybrid format with almost have of the partners meeting face2face in Athens Greece and the other half virtually.
The Machine Learning and Computational Intelligence group at Aarhus University organized a webinar presenting the current research efforts of the group.
A Smart City based on data acquisition, handling and intelligent analysis requires efficient design and implementation of the respective AI technologies and the underlying infrastructure for seamlessly analyzing the large amounts of data in real-time.
How can kids, the youth and the elderly benefit from better knowledge about smart cities? How can they benefit from contributing to smart cities services by using smart devices? How does MARVEL help in improving their quality of life?
It is without a doubt that current technologies can greatly aid the process of monitoring and ensuring the health and safety of citizens, especially when seamlessly integrated within the context of smart cities.
The first plenary meeting of MARVEL after its kick-off took place on June 17-18, 2021 with 30 participants from the 17 organisations of the consortium.
The purpose of the meeting was to receive the Ethics Advisory Board's feedback and guidance on relevant privacy, security and ethical issues within the project.
MARVEL is a HORIZON 2020 funded project and as such is financed by EU citizens. Therefore, it aims to benefit to the largest number of citizens possible and the fruits of our research to reach society as a whole. In order to achieve this, ZELUS, as the Dissemination Manager of the project and Work Package 7 Leader, is closely collaborating with the consortium partners to devise and implement a strategy to approach as many potential users as possible.