THE ROLE OF ICTIN SMART CITIES GOVERNANCEwww.ismb.itEnrico Ferro, Brunella Caroleo,Maurizio Leo, Michele Osella,Elisa Paut...
Conspicuous environmental footprint+critical mass in demographic and economic terms2 Technology Intelligence for Governmen...
3Smart City Strategic ProgramTechnology Intelligence for Government, Business and SocietyISMB visionSatisfaction of stakeh...
4 Technology Intelligence for Government, Business and SocietyHow is the transitionprocess that cities willhave to underta...
5 Technology Intelligence for Government, Business and SocietyLiterary BackgroundSmart CitiesGovernanceValueSmart CityGove...
6 Technology Intelligence for Government, Business and SocietyNumber of complementaryinvestments required tofruitfully exp...
7The Smart City HouseTechnology Intelligence for Government, Business and SocietyINPUTSOUTPUTSOUTCOMES
What value should be produced?8 Technology Intelligence for Government, Business and SocietyThe Value PerspectiveDemocracy...
Landmarks•  Simple and concise representationof the process of turning atechnological infrastructure intovalue for society...
10 Technology Intelligence for Government, Business and SocietyLooking at the Future…The real smart city will have to lear...
11 Technology Intelligence for Government, Business and SocietyThanks foryourattention!
12 Technology Intelligence for Government, Business and Society“We create value-driven and socially relevant technological...
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Enrico Ferro, Brunella Caroleo, Maurizio Leo, Michele Osella, Elisa Pautasso: The Role of ICT in Smart Cities Governance

  1. 1. THE ROLE OF ICTIN SMART CITIES GOVERNANCEwww.ismb.itEnrico Ferro, Brunella Caroleo,Maurizio Leo, Michele Osella,Elisa PautassoBusiness Model & Policy Innovation UnitDanube University KremsKrems an der Donau (Austria)22nd-23rd May 2013
  2. 2. Conspicuous environmental footprint+critical mass in demographic and economic terms2 Technology Intelligence for Government, Business and SocietyWhy Cities under the Lens?~70%of theworld’sgreenhouseemissions~80%of theworld’s GDP>50%of theworld’spopulation >50%of theworld’s jobpositionsSource: OECDSource: UN-HABITATSource: WHO & UN-HABITAT Source: McKinsey G.I.>60%of theworld’senergydemandSource: IEACities have what it takes to be the battle-groundin the fight against climate change.
  3. 3. 3Smart City Strategic ProgramTechnology Intelligence for Government, Business and SocietyISMB visionSatisfaction of stakeholders’needs as key driver for valuecreation in Smart Cities.Smart approach-  Integration of public policyaction-  Promotion of sustainabledevelopment
  4. 4. 4 Technology Intelligence for Government, Business and SocietyHow is the transitionprocess that cities willhave to undertakegoing to begoverned?What role will ICTplay in thegovernance of thetransition process?Research Questions
  5. 5. 5 Technology Intelligence for Government, Business and SocietyLiterary BackgroundSmart CitiesGovernanceValueSmart CityGovernanceICTs, human and socialcapital fuellingsustainable economicgrowth and high qualityof life, with a wisemanagement of naturalresources, throughparticipatorygovernanceGradual shift in focusfrom a mere applicationof administrative andpolitical authoritytowards a bidirectionaldiscourse with adiversified constituencyValue in use vs. value inexchange, intrinsic valuevs. instrumental value,good simpliciter vs.perspective-dependentgood, value and societalneeds
  6. 6. 6 Technology Intelligence for Government, Business and SocietyNumber of complementaryinvestments required tofruitfully exploit ICT potentialICT as a means to an endsince it does not possess anintrinsic valueIncremental productinnovation characterized by adecreasing marginal utilityIterative influence betweentechnological solutions andsocial ecosystemsFrom Tech to Value Creation
  7. 7. 7The Smart City HouseTechnology Intelligence for Government, Business and SocietyINPUTSOUTPUTSOUTCOMES
  8. 8. What value should be produced?8 Technology Intelligence for Government, Business and SocietyThe Value PerspectiveDemocracyPersonal freedomFair employment, affordablehealthcare, education and mobilityClean air and water, healthy food, affordable andsustainable energy and housingMisalignment of priorities may only beconsidered a temporary solution.Global economyover the 20th centuryPhysiologicalhierarchyHighest priorityBeforeAfter
  9. 9. Landmarks•  Simple and concise representationof the process of turning atechnological infrastructure intovalue for society.•  Starting point for the developmentof a new breed of assessmentframeworks aimed at evaluating thesmartness of cities.Roadblocks•  Some important steps are requiredin order to turn the new governanceparadigms into a mainstreampractice.9 Technology Intelligence for Government, Business and SocietyConclusive Remarks
  10. 10. 10 Technology Intelligence for Government, Business and SocietyLooking at the Future…The real smart city will have to learn how to reconcileindividual aspirations and collective needs.
  11. 11. 11 Technology Intelligence for Government, Business and SocietyThanks foryourattention!
  12. 12. 12 Technology Intelligence for Government, Business and Society“We create value-driven and socially relevant technological innovationsin close collaboration with industry and government”“We believe that changing the world is the only way to make it a better place”“We believe in building the future we want to live”“Do you want to be part of our next research venture?”ferro@ismb.it - @egferrocaroleo@ismb.it - @BrunellaCaroleoleo@ismb.it - @MaurizLeoosella@ismb.it - @MicheleOsellapautasso@ismb.it - @ElisaPautassoLet Us Have Your Opinion!

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