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This newsletter is the last one before the opening of Smart Cities Exhibition and Conference in Sofia. Here we present some of our participants and partners.
We look forward to welcoming you to our event! 
  The Italian company INNOVA is specializing as a technology provider in the Earth Observation sector. 
The main remote sensing technology on which they operate is the processing of satellite images acquired with Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) used in various civil and military related applications, primarily for monitoring and control of the territory. INNOVAMBIENTE® is their solution for the integrated management of urban waste collection. It is designed to assist Municipalities, Waste Collection Companies and Citizens during the various waste collection processes. The overall objective is to guide users towards a Pay As You Throw system, maximizing recycling and moving towards a Zero Waste Circular Economy. An App allows users to access details for the personal recycling rates, guidelines to differentiate waste, collection calendar and to request on demand collection.
  Soitron Group of companies provides  analysis of requirements, design, delivery, integration and operations of IoT solutions. 
They are able to design and deliver end-to-end IoT solutions, especially in the segments of smart metering, energy consumption monitoring and waste management. Our smart IoT solutions use LP WAN networks (LoRaWAN, Sigfox, NB-IoT) and monitor consumption of energies and media (water, electricity, heat, gas) as well as manage waste.
Digital Transition Partnership - Part of the Urban Agenda for the EU will be presented too at the event.
The objective of the Digital Transition Action Plan is to provide improved public services to citizens, to support European cities in exploiting the possibilities of
digitalisation, and assist European businesses to develop innovations and create new business opportunities for global markets. The plan is linked to several EU level strategies, such as the Digital Single Market Strategy for Europe, European Commission's Digital Agenda which forms one of the seven pillars of the Europe 2020 Strategy and The EU eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020.  More

• Digital Transition Partnership with Sofia Municipality (coordinator) - digitization of healthcare and social services; e-Government and urban planning
• Transforming Cities for the Digital Era - SAP
• IoT for Smart Cities - DAVID Holding
• Italian Consorzio Innova – smart solution of separate waste collection
• Use Cases & Benefits of “Smart” IoT Solutions for Municipalities - Soitron Group, Slovakia
• Watify - modernization and digitization of small and medium-sized enterprises
• Development of Smart Cities models in Romania 
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  ICT Cluster Bulgaria is an umbrella organization of Bulgaria ICT Industry. ICT Cluster has  10 members ( ICT associations and ICT clusters ) , which includes  more than 280 ICT SME from different segments of the ICT Industry and 6 Bulgarian technical universities.  Among the Cluster main priorities are support of industrial transformation and development of emerging industries by using ICT in Bulgaria and the region Boosting technology transfer, Innovations and R&D development in Bulgaria. 

Specialized public broadcasting medium on sustainable energetics that daily updates the most important news and information necessary for investors and other parties in renewable energy sources (RES), improvement of energy efficiency in industry, transport and buildings (EE) in Serbia interested in production of “clean” energy, energy efficiency improvement and sustainable development. 
Specialized industrial portals of TLL Media Ltd. - the leading publishing house for specialized technical publications:
Automation -
Lighting -
IndustryInfo.BG – the Portal of the Bulgarian industry
Parallel events: EE & RE (energy efficiency & renewables) and Save the Planet (waste management)