The Israel Smart Cities Institute facilitates municipal transformation to REALLY smart cities leveraging Israeli innovation and technology, across all domains in a balanced, systems approach. We serve international cities in engaging with the Israeli high-tech ecosystem.

We are a non-profit NGO with world renowned experts from both the Private and Public sectors. Our team includes representatives from the academic, technological, industrial, business, legal and municipal arenas. Our members have vast experience in European Commission projects, such as H2020.

A synergy of People, Society, Education, Technology and Nature is key to resident happiness and municipal excellence. Let’s make dreams come true in resilient sustainable cities, making your city attractive to creative residents and visitors.

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There are many ‘smart’ initiatives across the state of Israel, dealing with various challenging fields like: Energy, Transportation, Environmental protection water & agriculture etc. Israel, known also as the “Start-Up Nation”, is perceived globally for its innovation and creativity. In many Smart City related fields, many cities in Israel have been honored with international awards in this domain.

One of the most notable events took place in 2014 when Tel-Aviv achieved international recognition by winning the first prize in the World Smart Cities Award at the Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona out of 250 cities.

One of the main contributors to this prestigious reward was a digital revolution named “Digi-Tel” – a digital platform enabling advanced solutions for urban administration and resident’s engagement. 

The most suitable consultants are selected to support new projects, while others continue supporting ongoing projects as a team. Through this method, we allow our clients the flexibility and access to an outstanding group of world-class experts, with unparalleled track records in all aspects of urban smart solutions.

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