- An updated version of the weather event viewer is now online 5 December 2021
- Energy awareness experiments at Liceo Euclide 30 November 2021
- New environmental sensors installed in the National Art Gallery of Cagliari 15 October 2021
The project "Tessuto Digitale Metropolitano - TDM" (2017-2022) aims to offer innovative and smart solutions to increase city attractiveness, resource management efficiency and the safety and quality of life of citizens, through the study and development of enabling technologies and innovative vertical solutions for the protection from environmental risks, energy efficiency awareness and cultural heritage management. Methods and applications will be tested and validated in the city of Cagliari (Sardinia, Italy), using advanced communication infrastructure and widespread distributed sensor network.
TDM research activities are complemented by a dissemination and training plan that will include the organisation of three Spring Schools on Urban Informatics.
The project is part of a broader framework that aims to make Sardinia one of the most important regions in the development and application of innovative technologies for smart cities. In particular, project experiments will be carried out at a metropolitan scale by means of a framework agreement with the city of Cagliari and will make use of the computing and networks infrastructures of the Joint Innovation Center, located in the POLARIS Technology Park (Pula, Cagliari).
TDM is a collaborative project between CRS4 and the University of Cagliari, funded by the regional agency Sardegna Ricerche (POR FESR 2014-2020, Azione 1.2.2).