CITADEL project results added to the European Commission's Innovation Radar platform

(27-07-2020) Last week, one of the results of CITADEL; the customizable tool-supported co-creation methodology, was added to the EU's Innovation Radar platform.

Last week, the European Commission added the customizable tool-supported co-creation methodology for public administrations to their Innovation Radar platform.

This tool-supported co-creation methodology for digital services was created in the CITADEL-project in which mict participated in collaboration with three other imec research groups (imec-IDLab, imec-smit and imec-livinglabs) and eleven partners from five different countries, representing Northern, Southern and Eastern Europe.

The CITADEL-project focused on transforming the public sector to make more efficient, inclusive and citizen-centric public services that identify new or unsatisfied needs more quickly and that satisfy these needs more effectively and in an inclusive way.

More information about the project can be found here

By adding these results to their Innovation Radar platform website the European Commission wants to make information about EU-funded innovations from high-quality projects visible and accessible to the public. The platform already presents 3600+ EU-funded innovations, thus showing citizens the many technological and scientific advances being delivered by researchers and innovators around Europe.

The market maturity of CITADEL's customizable tool-supported co-creation methodology for public administrations' digital services was assessed as 'tech ready', (based on a method described in this paper). This means that the innovation is progressing on technology development process and that further action in terms of market-oriented actions are required.