Smart Built Environment: Digital spatial planning in practice (Sweden)
The Smart Built Environment: Digital spatial planning in practice funding call from Formas supports Sweden-based researchers working on sustainable development of the built environment through projects that use digitalisation as a central component and as a tool for improved sustainability in spatial planning in terms of processes, their results, and the built environment. The administrating organisation is to be a Swedish organisation and at least one project party is to come from the business sector or public sector, with a clear goal of testing and using the solution that the project intends to develop. Each project party is to be a legal entity with a unique organisation number. The program provides up to 4 million SEK plus a co-funding requirement of at least 50% of the project costs.
Applications close on February 6, 2024.