Smart solution for your city or municipality: 100% subsidy for 5G projects

02. 01. 2024
Author: Petra Balga

Smart solution for your city or municipality: 100% subsidy for 5G projects

Smart solutions can improve the quality of life in your towns and cities. Until 31 January 2024, you can apply for 100% funding for projects with 5G network elements.

The call from the Ministry for Regional Development supports projects for cities, municipalities, LAGs, or DSOs aiming to implement smart solutions based on 5G technology. The subsidy is 100%, meaning the state will cover all eligible costs.

What types of projects can you apply for?

  • Public Transport Management: Utilizing 5G networks to enhance route planning, track vehicle locations, and provide real-time traffic information to passengers.

  • Monitoring Environmental Quality: Leveraging 5G networks to gather data on air quality, noise levels, or water pollution.

  • Security Systems: Utilizing 5G networks to enhance security systems, such as monitoring public spaces or responding swiftly to emergencies.

  • Education: 5G networks can be utilized to advance education, enabling online learning, virtual reality, or interactive learning experiences.


     Healthcare: 5G networks can enhance healthcare by facilitating telemedicine and enabling remote patient monitoring.


In the South Moravian Region, intriguing technologies based on 5G are emerging. One noteworthy example is VisionCraft, a Brno-based startup specializing in the development and production of 5G sensors. These sensors find applications in the following areas: 

  • Pedestrian and Cyclist Movement: Sensors can measure the intensity of pedestrian and cyclist movement at specific locations. This data can be utilized for planning public transport, enhancing road safety, or developing tourism.
  • Measuring Traffic Volume: Sensors are effective in measuring traffic volume on specific roads. This data can be employed to control traffic lights, plan traffic measures, or monitor air quality.
  • Parking: Sensors can monitor parking space occupancy. This data can inform drivers about available parking spaces or be utilized to control parking meters.

Planning a project and need advice? Contact Petra (, who will consult with you about your project.