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Mobility Goes International - in Action is a 24-month project (from January 2018 to December 2019) aimed at supporting the launch, the initial implementation and the first development of the MobiGoIn Internationalisation Strategy. This Strategy was developed by MobiGoIn European Strategic Cluster Partnership – Going International. MobiGoIn-Action aims at supporting the development of European SMEs and start-ups’ internationalisation strategy through concrete potential technological and business partnerships and opportunities.




SENTINEL is a cluster network enabling SMEs going international, integrating themselves in a global value chain, towards emerging markets in the hospitality sector.
Funded by the European Commission as part of the COSME 2014-2020 programme




SUMPs-Up will review, strengthen and integrate existing SUMP (Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan) resources, designing a support system to assist cities to develop high quality SUMPs. 
Funded by the European Commission as part of the Horizon 2020 programme




SETA creates technologies and methodologies set to change the way mobility is organised, monitored and planned in large metropolitan areas.
Funded by the European Commission as part of the Horizon 2020 programme






Reval aims at the development of cycling tourism in the surrounding areas of the city of Cuneo and Chambery and extent of paths suitable to favor more sustainable mobility of residents.
Funded by the European Commission as part of the ALCOTRA 2014-2020 programme




DIMA-HUB is a feasibility study aiming to establish a Regional Digital Innovation (RDMI) hub in the Piedmont Region. Funded by the European Commission as part of the call I4MS-ICT Innovation for Manufacturing SME



MobiGoIn get together technology clusters that gather mobility sector companies and create new opportunities for European SMEs through innovation and internationalization.
Funded by the European Commission as part of the COSME 2014-2020 programme



Background on participation in R&D European, national or regional projects:

  • SMILE project (Smart Mobility, Inclusion, Life and Health and Energy)
    Torino Wireless on behalf of the Turin Municipality run the SMILE project to develop the Master Plan for Torino Smart City: a model that will help Turin define priorities and projects regarding the main topics of a smart city.
  • Regional Innovation Cluster on ICT (Polo ICT)
    Established in 2009 by the Piedmont Regional Government and coordinated by Torino Wireless, it represents a group of SMEs, Large Companies, universities and research institutes focused on ICT.
  • National Technology Cluster for Smart Communities (SmartCommunitiesTech)
    National project funded by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR). In 2012, TOWL was appointed its coordinator.
  • OCOVA AlpMedNet (Alcotra)
    European projects that creates a network among 3 Alps - Mediterranean regions: Hautes-Alpes, Piemonte (represented by Torino Wireless) and Liguria. Torino Wireless was primarily in charge of organising B2B events regarding Tourism, e-government, environment monitoring, transport and info-mobility.
  • FI-WARE (FI.PPP Call 1)
    The European project provides an open, public and royalty-free architecture and a set of open specifications to allow developers, service providers, enterprises and other organizations to develop open and innovative products that satisfy their needs. Torino Wireless participate in the project with the aim to strengthen connections between FI-WARE and Torino Smart City.

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