As a legal entity, ENoLL international association (ENoLL ivzw) focuses on facilitating knowledge exchange, joint actions and project partnerships amongst its members, promoting Living Labs, enabling their implementation worldwide and influencing policies.

ENoLL participates in projects to help contribute to build ENoLL assets, support joint activities in-between ENoLL members, and to strengthen connections between ENoLL and local, regional and international user communities, governments, policy makers, research institutions, and other relevant organisations and communities.

As a network of innovation networks (ecosystems), with worldwide outreach (aprox. 80% European), ENoLL’s main potential is its network, its partnerships and the expertise developed in managing such a network. ENoLL has very well established dissemination channels (website, twitter, facebook, slideshare, vimeo, etc) with a worldwide outreach and produces a popular monthly newsletter.

ENoLL’s main expertise from a project perspective is in dissemination, event and workshop development, knowledge transfer (replication of the knowledge generated) and training, community building, community management, brokering activities, stakeholder engagement, project capitalisation and support to exploitation. ENoLL has also expertise in establishing new links and connections (in between initiatives, in between initiatives and institutions and in between institutions). ENoLL channels activities performed by its members, organises open calls, challenges, prizes. Additional ENoLL can prodive support to policy papers and preparation of policy workshops. At a lesser scale, ENoLL can act as a single entry point to outreach different cross-cultural communities at European scale.

ENoLL is currently involved in 6 different strategic initiatives/projects (and previously an additional 13 completed projects), contributing with dissemination, event and workshop development, knowledge transfer and training, community building, community management, brokering activities, stakeholder engagement, project capitalization and support for exploitation. ENoLL acts as a neutral and multi-stakeholder platformfacilitating strong synergies among different initiatives. Read more about our specific role in projects after the table below.

Active projects:

 iscapeiscape U4IoT 
Upcoming projects:Social Innovation Competition 2018SISCODE - Society in Innovation and
Science through CODEsign

You can find here a list of the current & past projects organised according to domain. Click on the logo to read more about the project:

Domain & ProjectKey wordsActive or concluded project?Short Description
Smart Cities

Future InternetConcluded projectThe SPECIFI project aims at demonstrating the positive impacts of a European Creative Ring of Smart Cities and Regions, with real-life Future Internet (Fiber-to‐the‐Home and wireless) infrastructures. These scenarios include real-life users and in 5 certified Living Labs active in 3 smart cities and their surrounding regions.

Cloud-based services
Concluded projectECIM is a flexible cloud-based solution designed to help support smart, liveable and connected cities by fostering and bringing together state of the art transportation services that make it easier for people and goods to move between destinations as quickly, cheaply and greenly as possible. ECIM facilitates cities & businesses to easily migrate services to the cloud & provides open cloud-based services to innovators.



City interoperability
Digital services
Concluded projectCitySDK creates a toolkit to enable a more efficient utilization of the expertise and know-how of developer communities to be applied in city development. The toolkit comprises of open and interoperable digital service interfaces as well as processes and usability standards.

Concluded projectMyNeighbourhood aims at creating a new and ‘smarter’ conception of the ‘Smart City’ that focuses on people and their well being rather than just ICT infrastructures and dashboards. In so doing, MyNeighbourhood uses new technologies and user data to help recreate a lost sense of neighbourhood that is rooted in local place, common ties and personal interaction.


Living Labs
Open Innovation
Public Services
Smart Citizens
Concluded projectThe SMARTiP project takes the experience developed by a wide range of existing user-driven, open innovation initiatives in Europe, particularly those developed through Living Labs, and applies this experience to the challenge of transforming public services by empowering ‘smart citizens’ who are able to use and co-produce innovative Internet-enabled services within emerging ‘smart’ cities. The aim is to enable to adoption of open platforms for the co-production of citizen-centric Internet-enabled services in five test-bed sites, Manchester, Gent, Cologne, Bologna and Oulu.

Public Services
Concluded projectThe European Platform for Intelligent Cities – EPIC – combines innovation ecosystem processes, fully researched and tested e-Government service applications and new cloud computing technologies to create the first truly scalable and flexible pan-European platform for innovative, user-driven public service delivery, along with a user Road Map.

Sustainable Lifestyles
Smart Cities
Concluded projectThe objective of PERIPHÈRIA is to deploy convergent Future Internet (FI) platforms and services for the promotion of sustainable lifestyles in and across emergent networks of “smart” peripheral cities in Europe, dynamic realities with a specific vocation for green creativity.
 SynchroniCitySmart Cities  Active Project

SynChroniCity represents the first attempt to deliver a Single Digital City Market for Europe by piloting its foundations at scale in reference zones across 8 European cities, involving also other cities globally. It addresses how to incentivise and build trust for companies and citizens to actively participate in finding common co-created IoT solutions for cities that meet citizen needs. 


Future Internet


FIWAREConcluded projectCONCORD is the 5-year Coordination Action for facilitating and supporting the FIWARE- FIPPP programme.

Creative Industries
Active projectCreatiFI is a project introducing FIWARE technologies to very large relevant communities of Creative Industries. CreatiFI aims to attract a large number of developers to participate in developing tools and services for creative communities. This initiative is developing a large amount of FIWARE prototypes and technically mature commercial viable FIWARE tools for the Creative Industries.

Concluded projectThe FIspace project, which is one of the second-phase FI-PPP projects, aims at developing and validating novel Future-Internet-enabled solutions to address the pressing challenges arising in collaborative business networks, focusing on use cases from the Agri-Food and Transport & Logistics industries.
Cross-border, Cross-sector Collaboration

Cross-border collaboration
Internation-alisation of SMEs
Living Labs
Concluded projectACE is a project working on delivering targeted cross-border services to highly innovative entrepreneurs, start-ups and SMEs in the ICT sector in order to accelerate their growth. The ACE programme is supported by cross border finance experts and European innovation support networks EBN and ENOLL.

Materials design
Design research
Concluded projectInnoMatNet is a project funded under the NMP (Nanosciences, nanotechnologies, materials and new production technologies) theme of the EU 7th Framework Programme, with the overall goal of promoting collaboration, knowledge transfer, and the creation of new alliances between materials researchers, designers in industry, and others involved in innovation.

Meta cluster

Active Project

TALIA (Territorial Appropriation of Leading-edge Innovation Actions) is a horizontal project promoting the coherence and impact of social and creative innovation initiatives in the Interreg MED programme, foreseeing three strands of action:

1. Engagement and support: Liaison and interaction with modular projects and their local and transnational networks, with the purpose of community building as well as helping them to interact with each other and their target audiences.

2. Communication: This includes the web spaces for interaction and dissemination among researchers, practitioners, and policy makers, as well as regular events at the local and national levels. 

3. Attaining impact: This involves the identification of opportunities to extend the most prominent results across the MED space and the EU thematic policy agendas.

Receiving financial support from Interreg Mediterranean Programme


Internet of Things Active ProjectU4IoT (User engagement for Large Scale Pilots on the Internet of Things) combines complementary expertise encompassing social and economic sciences, communication, crowdsourcing, living labs, co-creative workshops, meetups and personal data protection to actively engage end-users and citizens in the large scale pilots.
Creative Industries

Cultural Herritage
Entrepreneur - ship
Concluded projectEuropeana Creative enables & promotes greater re-use of cultural heritage resources by creative industries. Europeana Creative sets the stage for fascinating collaborations between content-providing cultural heritage institutions and creative industries stakeholders in the education, tourism, social networks and design sectors.

Active projectDesign for Europe is a European initiative that aims to help people use design to accelerate innovation across Europe, boosting economic growth and job creation. An international consortium is building a web platform, set of case studies and programme of events to share the knowledge and skills to innovate in business, the public sector and policymaking.

Living Labs
Concluded projectThe Integrating Design for All in Living Labs, or IDeALL project, which is financed by the Directorate General of Enterprise and Industry of the European Commission, aims to bring together the Living Lab community with the design community through Design for All.



Serious Gaming
Game Jams
ICT Skills
Concluded projectJamToday aims to use game design principles not just to create useful and meaningful games, but also to explain and design the context (such as the classroom) where games can be effectively implemented. Each year, JamToday organises game jams in multiple locations focusing on a particular theme and each year a pan European conference will be organized around one of the main areas of application: improving ICT skills, adopting healthier lifestyles and supporting learning of mathematics.

STEM education
Practise-based learning
Living Labs
Concluded project PELARS is a project about learning and making. We are studying how people learn about science, technology and mathematics when they use their hands as well as their heads. We’re exploring real technologies (kits, electronics systems & sensor systems) and customised furniture both designed specifically for the classroom that help teachers and learners understand what’s going on when people do science and maths - innovative concepts derived from the constraints & inspiring practices of real teachers themselves.

Big Data

Open Data
Data Standards
Data Visualisation
Concluded projectFusepool crosses borders to provide data for better product/ service development and research. Fusepool enriches data using common standards and tools for analysing and visualising data to get timely, context-aware and relevant information.


Climate Active ProjectEU-MACS (European Market for Climate Services) - project analyses the market structures and drivers, obstacles and opportunities from scientific, technical, legal, ethical, governance and socioeconomic vantage points. The analysis is grounded in economic and political science theories on how service markets with public and private features can develop, and how innovations may succeed
 iSCAPEAir Pollution Active Project

iSCAPE aims to develop and evaluate an integrated strategy for air pollution control in European cities grounded on evidence-based analysis. The project will develop the tools required to obtain an air polluton free/low carob society by addressing air quality and climate change concerns together through the application of new smart and sustainable technologies for integration into urban design and guinelines.

To follow project activities, find the published newsletters: 
- First newsletter (July 2017)

- Smart Cities
Active Project The Urban Nature Labs project will demonstrate innovation nature-based solutions in cities that are facing challenges of climate change and urbanisation. Through the project locally-attuned innovative water management systems will be co-create and demonstrated in the context of an integrated urban ecological approach: the Urban Nature Lab (UNaLab)