The AURORAL project, funded by the H2020 programme, had its latest general meeting in the beautiful city of Bilbao, Spain. The host of the meeting was the University of DEUSTO, one of the project partners. LuxActive was delighted to meet all the other partners in person and share our experiences within the AURORAL project.
As part of the H2020-AURORAL Project LuxActive has collaborated with Narvik Kommune and Smart Innovation Norway to create a web app that allows users to use independent digital services, including local data from the Hålogaland pilot region. Together with our Norwegian partners we created a regional oHA instance, a web app for tourists that offers a service for local attractions. This summer, also a new mobility function for tourists was added to the web app oHA of Hålogaland region!
Auch dieses Jahr nahm LuxActive an der European Week of Regions and Cities in Brüssel teil. Hier wurde am AURORAL-Stand die innovative digitale Plattform und Web-App oHA im Rahmen des H2020 AURORAL-Projekts vorgestellt und die Integrationen für verschiedene Domänen und damit auch AURORAL-Pilotregionen präsentiert.
In our interview rubric, we ask some interesting questions to our customers and partners about the digital platform oHA, their experiences and use of this platform and web app in different use cases, as well as about our cooperation. In this web blog, we talk with Truls Torblaa, Project Manager of AURORAL - Horizon2020 EU Project for the Hålogaland region in Norway.
We are pleased to announce that together with the partners of the H2020- AURORAL project, we have published an article in >>Elsevier Technology in Society<< titled >>Mind the gap: The AURORAL ecosystem for the digital transformation of smart communities and rural areas<<. Our article is now published and available in open access version online!