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In the Smart Cities project, MEMORI wrote a Framework paper, describing the ‘smart digital city’ in 10 characteristics. Based on this framework paper a self assessment tool was developed, allowing ...

In the Smart Cities project, MEMORI wrote a Framework paper, describing the ‘smart digital city’ in 10 characteristics. Based on this framework paper a self assessment tool was developed, allowing the Smart Cities project partners to define their goals and evaluate their developments in the digitization of their services. This presentation describes and summarizes the framework paper and assessment tool and its results.

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    Creating Smarter Cities 2011 - 15 - Elke Van Soom - Smart Cities framework and assessment Creating Smarter Cities 2011 - 15 - Elke Van Soom - Smart Cities framework and assessment Presentation Transcript

    • Shaping the framework for the Smart City Elke Van Soom Memori – Lessius Mechelen Juli 1st 2011
    • need for a common „definition‟360° view of the Smart (Digital) City
    • Two objectives• Framework for local and regional authorities who want to develop a balanced and comprehensive local e-government policy• Analysis tool which potentially allows to map out the most important realizations of the “smart” digital city
    • for the digital client for the is sustainable digital community is innovative for the and digitalexperimenting citizen The Smart City for the is an inclusive digital city digital city economy and its technological for the and visitor of the organizational for digital digital city preconditions city servants & represen- tatives
    • for the knows its clients and digital client their digital needs electronic products and services are client friendlyThe Smart online information City and client services meet the elementary quality criteria
    • for the digital community support for local communities‟ digitization digital community buildingThe Smart City
    • for the digital citizenThe Smartdigital applications to supportan City and democratic opengovernmentdigital applications as tools forcitizen empowerment andparticipation
    • The Smart City is an inclusive digital cityaccessability information andservicesactive stimulation of computerusage amongst all target groups
    • The Smart Citydigital channels for informing,convincing and retaining cityvisitors (tourists)online planning & sharing for for the visitor of the digital citytouristscity website providesinformation for non residents
    • The Smart Citybest possible environment forco-workers and representativesto work digitally for digital city servants & represen- tatives
    • The Smart City strategic e‐government policy plan and itstechnological technologically facilitating the andorganizationalpreconditions different policy domains information security intergovernmental cooperation
    • The Smart business friendly website and City for thedigital city e‐policyeconomy digital supports local business community
    • on track newest developments is innovative andexperimenting experiments and pilot projects in new technologies and The Smart methodologies City quality control and development intervision and experience sharing
    • is sustainablereducing wastepreventing informationoverload The Smartsustainable e‐services City
    • • Characteristics Smart Digital City• Evaluation tool based on Smart Cities Framework Paper• Self assessment tool – Realisations – Goals and ambitions – Comparison / best practices
    • • momentary impression• realization vs. ambition• evolution• comparison = indicative
    • Elke Van SoomMEMORI – Lessius Mechelen+32 15 369.311elke.van.soom@mechelen.lessius.euwww.memori.be