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Zvi Weinstein - People friendly cities in a data rich world
Zvi Weinstein - People friendly cities in a data rich world
Zvi Weinstein - People friendly cities in a data rich world
Zvi Weinstein - People friendly cities in a data rich world
Zvi Weinstein - People friendly cities in a data rich world
Zvi Weinstein - People friendly cities in a data rich world
Zvi Weinstein - People friendly cities in a data rich world
Zvi Weinstein - People friendly cities in a data rich world
Zvi Weinstein - People friendly cities in a data rich world
Zvi Weinstein - People friendly cities in a data rich world
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Zvi Weinstein - People friendly cities in a data rich world

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Action COST TU1204 - WG2 meeting, Madrid, 2013-12-16

Action COST TU1204 - WG2 meeting, Madrid, 2013-12-16

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  • 1. Cost  TU-­‐1204   Knowledge  plaDorm  working  group   People  friendly  ciJes   in  a  Data  Rich  World   Madrid  December  16,  2013   Dr.  Zvi  Weinstein  
  • 2. What  does  it  mean  a  friendly  city?   What  is  the  correct/acceptable  definiJon?   List  of  ques+ons  and  issues  to  be  discussed  and  answered:   1)  What  are  the  size  and  scope  friendly  city  should  be?   2)  Typology  of  ci+es   3)  Growth  predic+on/expected  of  the  city  in  the  years  2020,  2030,   2050?   4)  What  are  the  geo-­‐poli+cal  condi+ons?   5)  What  are  the  economic  condi+ons?   6)  Scope  of  migra+on  and  out-­‐migra+on  of  the  city   7)  Social-­‐economic  rank  of  the  city  
  • 3. What  does  it  mean  a  friendly  city?   What  is  the  correct/acceptable  definiJon?   List  of  ques+ons  and  issues  to  be  discussed  and  answered:   8)  Independent  or  dependent  rela+onships  between  the  city  and  the   central  government   9)  The  urban  policies  of  the  city   10) Is  "friendly  city"  =  "smart  and  liveability  city"  =  "sustainable  city"  =   "place  making"  =  "resilient  city"?   11) What  are  the  qualita+ve  and  quan+ta+ve  measurements  of  a   friendly  city?      
  • 4. friendly  city  definiJon  depends  on…   §  Good  neighbors  rela+onships   §  Personal  and  general  public  safety  and  security   §  Walkability  street   §  Public  spaces   §  Parks   §  Recrea+on  facili+es   §  Affordable  housing   §  Air/noise/water  pollu+on   §  Accessibility  to  services  (educa+on,  employment,  elderly,  children,   youth,  transporta+on,  community,  family,  health,  police,   emergency,  commerce)  
  • 5. friendly  city  definiJon  depends  on…   §  Accessibility  to  local  government  departments   §  Access  to  open  data   §  Free  Wi-­‐Fi   §  Mix  popula+on   §  Mix  income   §  Ci+zen  par+cipa+on  in  decision-­‐making   §  Innova+on  centers   §  Public-­‐private-­‐industry-­‐academia-­‐community  partnerships   §  Level  of  local  development  vis-­‐a-­‐vis  poverty    
  • 6. RelaJonships  among  working  groups   City  sounding   board   Research  strategy   &  roadmap   Knowledge   plaDorm   Framework  to   collaboraJve   Urbanism     Living  lab  
  • 7. RelaJonships  among  working  groups   §  Collabora+on,  holis+c,  comprehensive  approach   §  Updated  Informa+on     §  Crea+on  of  "Informa+on  Center"  to  supply:  researches,  references,   contact  with  other  professionals  around  the  globe  in  the  field  of   friendly  city,  building  classified  library   §  Permanently  Changing  views,  ideas  among  par+cipants   §  Appoin+ng  representa+ves  from  each  WG  to  be  the  "Knowledge   contact  person"   §  Building  a  common  vision,  aims,  procedures,  guidelines   §  Exchange  of  inter-­‐informa+on  among  WGs    
  • 8. RelaJonships  among  working  groups   §  WGs  deliver  intermediate  summaries,  papers,  ar+cles  to  follow   their  advancement   §  WGs  ask  ques+ons  and  raise  problems  to  other  par+cipants  for   recommenda+ons  and  work  procedures   §  Update  mailing  lists  and  addresses  classified  to  into  issues  of:   contact  people  in  different  ci+es  who  deal  with  livable  ci+es,   universi+es  and  research  ins+tu+ons   §  Establish  access  to  EU  centers/  libraries  wriaen  materials  on  smart   ci+es    
  • 9. Speaking  one  language   §  "Smart  city"  is  a  new  term  born  in  the  last  decade   §  There  is  no  one  acceptable  defini+on   §  Different  stakeholders  use  different  meanings   §  A  dic+onary  of  common  language  is  needed  
  • 10. A  human  centered  approach  in  a  smart  &  livable  city     §  The  city  is  in  a  road  of  success     §  The  city  func+ons  smart  and  efficient   §  The  city  enables  its  ci+zens,  communi+es,  entrepreneurs  and   businesses  to  succeed §  Smart  city  will  succeed  only  if  realized  a  social  dream  mainly  by   means  of  transparence  needs  and  values  of  different  sectors  who   integrate  each  other   §  Ci+zens  are  integrated  part  of  problem  solu+ons  and  not  just   partners  in  its  crea+on  
  • 11. Thank  You   Dr.  Zvi  Weinstein   zwiw@moch.gov.il  

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