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STEP(H2020)

The STEP project aims to develop and pilot test a cloud eParticipation SaaS platform, (available as a mobile application and through a web platform) enhanced with web / social media mining, gamification, machine translation, and visualisation features, which will promote the societal and political participation of young people in the decision-making process on environmental issues.

STEP Web Site: http://step4youth.eu/ - Project Site : http://step.green

Five pilots, including Hatay Metropolitan Municipality from Turkey, in an operational environment have been selected for the deployment of STEP solution in 4 countries (Italy, Spain, Greece, and Turkey) with the participation of one regional authority, 3 municipalities, and an association of municipalities. The pilots are expected to involve testing by 8.200 young users and 85 policy makers.

The STEP consortium, with DRAXIS Environmental S.A. as the coordinator and SAMPAS as the technical manager, comprises 13 partners located in 8 different countries. The project has officially begun on the 1st of June 2015, while its final results are expected in November 2017.

Participating Partners :

  • DRAXIS Environmental S.A.
    www.draxis.gr

    Centre for Research and Technology-Hellas
    www.certh.gr

    Linguatec GMBH
    www.linguatec.de

    Abertay University Dundee
    www.abertay.ac.uk

    INMARK Europa
    www.grupoinmark.com/

    Region of Crete
    www.crete.gov.gr

    Sampas Bilisim Ve Iletisim Sistemleri Sanayi Ve Ticaret A.S.
    www.sampas.com.tr

    Hatay Metropolitan Municipality
    www.hatay.bel.tr

    Sant’Agata del Bianco
    www.comune.santagatadelbianco.rc.it


    YEE-Youth and Environment Europe
    www.yeenet.eu


    Ajuntament de Mollet del Vallès
    www.molletvalles.cat


    Kairos Future AB
    www.kairosfuture.com

    Ayuntamiento de Valdemoro
    www.valdemoro.es


    planO2 Consulting Services Private Company AB
    www.plano2.gr

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 649493

Update : 19.07.2018 15:42:51