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    Car companies as smart city enablers

    To regard car manufacturers as being responsible for space scarcity and pollution is obsolete. IMCG works with an automotive industry adapting to an era of increasing urbanization, regulation and cities that are becoming smart.

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    Swedish innovation selected as speaker at Smart Cities India 2018 Expo

    International: The innovation project LoV-IoT – environmental monitoring of air and water with IoT Technology, has been selected by the conference committee of the 4th Smart Cities India 2018 Expo to speak at the panel discussion within the topic: IoT applications, services and real implementations. The conference takes place in New Dehli on the 23-25 of May.

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    How to win a Horizon 2020 bid

    You won’t win a Horizon 2020 bid relying only on your research skills. IMCG lists five things worth considering when trying to write a competitive Horizon 2020 bid.

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    Let us present: The Swedish Jul

    IMCG want to thank all of you for a fantastic 2017 and wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. For our international friends, we did a short movie about the holiday celebrations in Sweden. Sometimes it doesn’t go according to plan…

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    When a patent isn’t enough

    When an innovative collaborative project starts to show results that can be commercialized, a general agreement like a Consortium Agreement is not enough. IMCG works strategically with IPR management in several EU-projects and we encourage partners not only to rely on the Consortium Agreement, but to sign legal documents regulating details minimizing the risk for legal disputes and maximizing the possibility for the outcome of the fruitful collaboration to reach market impact.

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    How to find a needle in the haystack

    The need for expert competence that can contribute to the coming calls within Horizon 2020 is tremendous. At the same time, experts like researchers, rarely has experienced EU-project coordinators in their network. In order to build the perfect consortium, high-level match-making is needed.