The eUMaP research project was approved by the European Commission within the H2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) program. The project was created to best address specific global challenges, such as the Covid 19 crisis. The aim of the project is to develop a platform for local and public authorities to better plan and manage supply and demand of building utilities (energy, water, waste, telecommunications, etc.) more efficiently in times of crisis, quarantine or lockdown. eUMaP is one of 74 selected projects, which will be funded with a total of 80 million Euros. Cleopa GmbH will work with partners from Greece, Cyprus, Italy and Lithuania within the eUMaP project. You can read the whole article here. What is more, Cleopa experts are also active in research projects on future mobility and innovation.