Sustainability is not only a buzz word anymore. All around the world, companies and public authorities are concretely designing new strategies to achieve this is important goal. Through its firms, Deda Group is actively promoting sustainable approaches in different markets.
In the Public Sector, one of the most significant challenges that the administrations need to face is the air pollution. With its wide experience in data analysis, Dedagroup Public Services offers support in developing green public policies concerning sustainable mobility, energy efficiency, and circular economy. The company also partners with EIT Climate-KIC, taking part into different projects to support the sustainable development of cities and territories.
Thanks to this know-how regarding data, sustainability, and the environment, Dedagroup Public Services’ MADAME (Madrid City Data Marketplace) project has won the Cross-KIC Sustainable Cities Europeal call for the city of Madrid. This three-year activity is funded by the European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT) and aims to accelerate Madrid’s transition towards carbon neutrality by 2030.
MADAME is a web-based, digital data marketplace which goal is to provide an open solution for collecting, exchanging, analyzing, and sharing city’s data related to mobility and environment. It relies on cloud-based and open-source software, implementing open standards for both data and services, integrating and sharing multi-source data from public and private sectors, tightly connected to the EIT Digital and EIT Climate KIC existing solutions.
Together with MADAME, other four projects have been selected: Madrid Green Data Space led by Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, GREEMTA (Green Madrid Sustainability) led by Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK), and Data for Green Madrid led by Telefónica.