Projects

Projects: Accelerate Digital Transition via Industry 4.0 Technologies

Ongoing Projects

Dafne+
Fab Chain

Dafne+

Decentralized platform for fair creative content distribution.

mAkE
African makers

mAkE

An innovative maker ecosystem across Africa, Europe and the world

Distributed Design Platform
Talent incubation

Distributed Design Platform

A framework for designers, makers, and creatives to innovate the design field.

CENTRINNO
Fab City Hubs

CENTRINNO

A new industrial revolution that puts citizens at the core of a sustainable transformation.

Concluded Projects

Ha Noi Rethink
Learning

Ha Noi Rethink

A joint project by UNESCO, UNIDO and UN-Habitat for fostering digital fabrication in Ha Noi.

Interfacer
Digital Infrastructure

Interfacer

A project to build, an open-source digital infrastructure in the form of a federated network

Collaborating for long-term impact

Boost your organisation’s potential for resiliency and regenerative impact

Fab City regularly collaborates with the public and private sectors, academic institutions, and international organisations to accelerate research, programs, and policy for sustainable cities, digital transition, future skills, creative economy, and Industry 4.0 technologies.

Projects: Accelerate Digital Transition via Industry 4.0 Technologies

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Vasilis Niaros

Vasilis Niaros

Research & Innovation Lead

Call for participants: Fab City Challenge Mexico, at FAB24 – Fabricating Equity

Call for participants: Fab City Challenge Mexico, at FAB24 – Fabricating Equity

Join us for the third annual Fab City Challenge. This year we travel across Mexico to collaborate with seven local organizations!

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Call for participants: Fab City Challenge Mexico, at FAB24 – Fabricating Equity

Join us for the third annual Fab City Challenge. This year we travel across Mexico to collaborate with seven local organizations!

Odisha’s Innovation and Heritage Future: Insights from Utkal Fab Fest 2023

Engaging in activities spotlighting Odisha’s digital fabrication prospects