Interviews with some of the FIWARE Accelerators

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Interview with Séan J. Burke, Program Coordinator of frontierCities

frontierCities is one of the 16 FIWARE accelerators. We essentially promote the use of FIWARE technology among SMEs, startups and web developers in the area of smart mobility solutions for cities.

Interview with Francisco Buján, FABulous

FABulous aims to foster the innovation and web-entrepreneurship ecosystem for 3D printing in Europe. It brings together Future Internet assets and infrastructures, as well as investors with innovators and entrepreneurs in the field of design manufacturing, logistics and content-based services.

Interview with Olaf-Gerd Gemein, Program Coordinator of SpeedUp! Europe

SpeedUP! Europe provides specific ground-breaking coordination and innovative support actions to teams developing innovative services in the areas of Clean Tech, Smart Cities and AgriBusiness.

Interview with Harald Sundmaeker, Program Coordinator of FInish

The FInish Accelerator project started last September 2014, but the team has been working for a long time on the following topics: perishable food and flowers chain.

Interview with FICHe

Future Internet CHallenge eHealth (FICHe) is one of the 16 accelerators in the FIWARE Programme that will use FIWARE technologies to promote and support the creation of innovative ICT applications and services for the e-Health market, combined with actual use needs and business development, and targeting the public and private sectors, as well as consumers.

Interview with Miguel Garcia, Finodex Accelerator

Future Internet Open Data Expansion (Finodex) is the accelerator of Open Data, while the other FIWARE accelerators address specific domains. Finodex will focus on the most promising sectors that could benefit from the combination of FIWARE technologies with open data: health, transport, environment and finance, leaving room for any proposal including an open topic called the bottom-up approach.