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Crowdsourcing is a very efficiënt and effective way for cities to gather ideas on the future of the smart city. This presentation will show how the Ghent Living Lab puts the (smart) citizen first. The …

Crowdsourcing is a very efficiënt and effective way for cities to gather ideas on the future of the smart city. This presentation will show how the Ghent Living Lab puts the (smart) citizen first. The citizens we serve and with whom we increasingly work together to make cities truly sustainable, inclusive and open societies. Our approach focuses on the promises and challenges of the knowledge and information society in which we as citizens live and where we need to position ourselves as cities.

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  • 1. Living Lab Ghent (B) Crowdsourcing Digital Ideas Bart Rosseau
  • 2. Ghent Living Lab? Organisation
    • Key areas:
      • E-inclusion
      • E-government / E-participation
      • Smart City services
      • Green digital development
  • 3. Ghent Living Lab? Organisation
    • Host organisation: City of Ghent
      • Highest political and city management commitment
    • Partners:
      • Interdisciplinary Institute for Broadband Technology (IBBT) (incl. private companies)
      • Digipolis (local government ICT organisation)
      • Ghent University
      • University Colleges Hogeschool Gent, Arteveldehogeschool, KaHo Sint-Lieven
      • Local user and developer communities (Ghent Web Valley)
  • 4. Ghent Living Lab? Co-Creating a vision
    • The smart citizen has a central role in shaping a smart(er) city
    • No top-down approach
    • Discover opportunities together with our citizens
    • Developing apps with variable user- and co-creation groups
    • Working with Ghent Living Lab on the overall long term digital strategy of the city.
  • 5. Crowdsourcing
    • Part of the SMARTiP project ( www.smart-ip.eu )
    • Involvement of Ghent citizens from the very beginning
    • Incentive: iPad2 for registred users
    • Customised uservoice platform ( http:// uservoice.com / )
  • 6. Crowdsourcing Results
    • Platform was ‘live’ for 8 weeks
    • Support from www.gentblogt.be (citizen journalism)
    • 3.800 unique visitors
    • 1.258 registred users
    • 128 ideas
  • 7. Crowdsourcing Results
    • “ Facebook” for Graveyards
    • Time-machine: this place 50 years ago
    • API’s for public development
    • Realtime information: “detour of the day”
    • Jogging partners
    • Free talent exchange
    • Application portal most popular
  • 8. Next steps
    • Inviting registred users to become part of the user and/or developer communities.
    • Search for opportunities to realise crowdsourced ideas.
    • Strengthen the bonds with Ghent Web Valley (association of local web-industry).
    • As part of the digital strategy: further development of open data ( www.gent.be /open )
    • Installation of a Ghent Application Portal.
  • 9. Thank you!
    • Ghent Living Lab contact:
    • jelle.monstrey @ gent.be
    • www.gent.be

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