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How Smart are you? A self assessment framework for Digital Cities.

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 assesmment tool was developed, allowing the Smart cities project partners to evaluate their developments in the digitization of their services. in this presentation Eric Goubin will introduce the framework for smart digital cities, and Elke Van Soom will present the self assessment tool and its first results.

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How Smart are you? A self assessment framework for Digital Cities.

  1. 1. SMARTERCITIESSMARTERSERVICES<br />Shaping the framework for the Smart City<br />Elke Van Soom<br />Eric Goubin<br />MEMORI – Lessius Mechelen<br />
  2. 2. needfor a common ‘definition’<br />360° view of the Smart (Digital) City<br />
  3. 3. Twoobjectives<br />1° Framework for local and regional authorities who want to develop a balanced and comprehensive local e-government policy<br />2° Analysis tool which potentially allows to map out the most important realizations of the “smart” digital city<br />
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  5. 5. 1. The Smart City for the “Digital Client”<br /><ul><li>knows its clients and their digital needs
  6. 6. electronic products and services are client friendly
  7. 7. online information and client services meet the elementary quality criteria</li></li></ul><li>2. The Smart City for the “Digital Community”<br />support for local communities’ digitization<br /><ul><li>digital community building </li></li></ul><li>3. The Smart City for the “Digital Citizen”<br />digital applications to support an open and democratic government<br /><ul><li>digital applications as tools for citizen empowerment and participation </li></li></ul><li>4. The Smart City is an“inclusive digital city”<br /><ul><li>accessability of information and services
  8. 8. active stimulation of computer usage amongst all target groups</li></li></ul><li>5. The Smart City for the “Digital City Visitor”<br />digital channels for informing, convincing and retaining city visitors (tourists) <br />online planning & sharing for tourists<br />city website provides information for non residents<br />
  9. 9. 6. The Smart City for the “Digital City Economy”<br />business friendly website and e‐policy <br />digital supports local business community<br />
  10. 10. 7. The Smart City for the “Digital CivilServants & Representatives”<br />creates the best possible environment for co-workers and representatives to work digitally <br />
  11. 11. 8. The Smart City and “itstechnological and organisationalpreconditions”<br /><ul><li>strategic e‐government policy plan
  12. 12. technologically facilitating the different policy domains
  13. 13. information security
  14. 14. intergovernmental cooperation</li></li></ul><li>9. The Smart City is “innovative and experimenting”<br />on track newest developments<br />experiments and pilot projects in new technologies and methodologies<br />quality control and development<br />intervision and experience sharing<br />
  15. 15. 10. The Smart City is “sustainable”<br />reducing waste<br />preventing information overload<br />sustainable e‐services <br />
  16. 16. CharacteristicsSmart Digital City<br />Evaluation tool basedon Smart CitiesFramework Paper<br />Selfassessment tool<br />Realisations<br />Goals and ambitions<br />Comparison / best practices<br />
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  22. 22. momentaryimpression<br />realization vs. ambition<br />evolution<br />comparison = indicative<br />Sneakpeek?<br />
  23. 23. Elke Van<br />Eric<br />MEMORI – Lessius Mechelen<br />+32 15 369 300<br /><br />