How to join

 

Torino City Lab is an initiative that aims to develop and test new technical/technological solutions able to improve the quality of urban services and the management of territorial heritage for the benefit of the citizens of today and tomorrow, from Turin and beyond.

Torino City Lab therefore wants to be a learning experience for everyone: Public Administrations, Enterprises, Research World and Civil Society.
The involvement of citizens, students, local associations, tourists but also of local traders and private enterprises in general is essential to enable the co-design of solutions to meet their needs and to give businesses a real measure of the challenges of urban living.
Experience "Torino City Lab" can help you understand new technological trends, get closer to the world of work, learn new skills, create new communities of interest and new relationships with your City.

 

The presence of scientific partners and the world of research ensures the involvement of citizens in a way that is consolidated and able to bring "value" for all.

All activities will be carried out in accordance with applicable regulations and in particular the rules on the "treatment of personal data" under the EU Reg 679/2016 (General Data Protection Regulation).
Collaboration opportunities can range from filling out questionnaires to being directly engaged as testers of a particular technology or business model, up to co- designing new solutions. To learn more and to communicate your interest in getting involved - in the ways you think are most appropriate - please contact us at torinocitylab@comune.torino.it, Object of the e-mail : “TCL – Involvement Interest”. Instead, you will find on this page and in other sections ( News, Projects) specific requests for involvement in trials/projects that need direct relationship with users.


January 2020
Take part in the Silverway experimentation of Ab.Acus, open to citizens who habitually move on foot or practice physical activity while walking in the territory of the city of Turin. More details in the news