This publication is addressed to all people working in administration who want to think and act in their work, putting the customer / citizen at the centre. Regardless of whether you work in the local government (in a small commune or in a large city), in the county, in the provincial government (marshal’s office) or in the ministry – this guide is for you.
The Krakow Technology Park, together with the Qubit team, has implemented a pilot platform for monitoring industrial pollution in the Malopolskie Voivodeship. Thanks to it, there may be real changes in the approach to taking care of air quality in the region. We invite you to read the report on the implementation of the pilot.
The Kraków Technology Park was involved in the creation of the Air Protection Program for Małopolska. Our role was to support decision-makers in creating a clear and transparent strategy that will serve real changes in our environment. The activities took place as part of an international project Siscode, and Agnieszka Włodarczyk, project coordinator, talks about good practices and the effects of the work.
Report on co-creation workshops carried out under the project ‘Society in Innovation and Science through CODEsign. SISCODE “financed from Horizon 2020 as part of research and innovation projects.
Kraków Technology Park (KPT) has joined the consultation process of the Air Protection Program for the Lesser Poland Voivodeship by organizing two workshops and two local meetings in living lab methodology (co-creation) in co-creating planned solutions together with representatives of residents, organizations, science, business and local governments. The workshops took place on March 4 and April 1, 2019; meetings with the local community were held on March 20 in Zabierzów and March 27 in Lusina.
The presented report on co-creation workshops is a summary of the workshop works and is not an official or unofficial recommendation, it is a collection of ideas and opinions of all workshop participants.
SMART_KOM. Krakow in the smart city network
The smart city strategy for Kraków and the Kraków Metropolitan Area was created as a result of meetings, analyzes, discussions and study visits conducted in 2014. The proposal draws widely from smart city solutions tested in similar cities around the world.
It is a joint project of the Krakow Technology Park (KPT), the Lesser Poland Voivodship, the City of Krakow, the Virium Forum in Helsinki and the Technical University in Vienna.
Technological perspective 2010 for Kraków and Małopolska
A study done with the foresight method comprises 10 most important technologies for the development of Małopolska and aotlines the scenarios needed for their implementation.
The publication contains a description of selected technologies, the possibilities of their development and their impact on the economy, environment and quality of life of the inhabitants of Małopolska. It also indicates the direction in which research should be carried out at universities in Małopolska and in research units.
The report was created during the project conducted in the years 2008-2011 in cooperation with the authorities of the Małopolskie voivodship, chambers of commerce and Kraków universities: the Jagiellonian University, the AGH University of Science and Technology and the Cracow University of Technology.
The publishers of the report, commissioned by the Krakow Technology Park (KPT), are: Infostrategia, the “Mikromakro Institute” Foundation and IDC Poland.