World Summit Award 2020 goes to Fluidtime
Fluidtime wins the World Summit Award 2020 (WSA) in the category “Smart Settlements & Urbanization” with its MaaS technology FluidHub. The WSA TOP 40 utilize technology with smart content to hack global gaps.
Modern technology combined with a social cause and smart content not only solves problems, rather, it enhances equality, information access and inclusion. The WSA Winners 2020 provide a meaningful selection of worldwide content driven applications contributing to the achievement of the UN SDGs. 40 solutions from 26 countries have been recognized.
“The WSA Winners combine two major focus points – the commitment on the UN SDGs and solving societies issues with smart content application. Evaluated by an international expert Jury in 2 stages – a multi-stakeholder college unique in terms of diversity and background – the 40 WSA Winners have been tried for sustainability, aim, technical and strategic finesse. This year’s challenges show more than ever how much digital means can offer progress and solutions. This year’s WSA Winners present a wonderful showcase of purpose driven innovation and entrepreneurship.“
Winners of the World Summit Award 2020
The WSA Winner’s 2020 list is manifold. Focussing foremost on content and impact in their local communities, not only the technical finesse and design, WSA assembled international experts from all regions and fields to select the 40 winners. The final jury phase concluded in an on-site three days meeting 43 international high-level experts. They decided in a democratic and transparent process on the most powerful and content rich solutions 2020.
FluidHub will be honoured at the WSA Global Congress, in front of an international audience
Fluidtime will receive an award in the category “Smart Settlements & Urbanization” for FluidHub, its innovative MaaS platform for companies, cities and regions. The award ceremony takes place at the World Summit Awards Global Congress 2021, 22-24 March 2021. The WSA Global Congress is an international networking and learning event for those who are interested in the use of digital technology to achieve the UN SDGs.
WSA was founded in 2003 by Austria in the framework of the UN World Summit on Information Society. WSA is a global initiative recognizing local digital content contributing to the achievement of the UN SDGs. WSA reaches digital entrepreneurs in 182 countries world-wide and provides a unique platform for everyone interested in purpose driven digital innovation. Through close cooperation with the United Nations agencies and strategic alignment with the UN SDGs, the WSA is a globally recognized quality seal for digital innovation.