Citizen Participation in Smart Cities: Evaluation Framework Proposal

Anthony Simonofski, Estefania Serral Asensio, Johannes De Smedt, Monique Snoeck

Résultats de recherche: Recherche - Revue par des pairsArticle

Résumé

During the last years, smart cities have attracted considerable attention because they are considered a response to the complex challenges that modern cities face. Smart cities provide new solutions in the domains of mobility, environment, economy, governance, quality of life, and education thanks to the innovative use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). However, smart cities often do not optimally reach their objectives if the citizens, the end-users, are not involved in their design. This article investigates how the citizens can transform a city into a smart city by being involved in the democratic process, by cocreating the smart city projects, and by proactively using the city’s ICT infrastructure.

Une conférence

Une conférence19th IEEE Conference on Business Informatics
PaysGrèce
La villeThessaloniki
période24/07/1726/07/17
Adresse Internet

Empreinte digitale

Smart city
Communication
Education

Citer ceci

Simonofski, A., Asensio, E. S., De Smedt, J., & Snoeck, M. (2017). Citizen Participation in Smart Cities: Evaluation Framework Proposal. Papier présenté à 19th IEEE Conference on Business Informatics, Thessaloniki, Grèce.
Simonofski, Anthony ; Asensio, Estefania Serral ; De Smedt, Johannes ; Snoeck, Monique. / Citizen Participation in Smart Cities : Evaluation Framework Proposal. Papier présenté à 19th IEEE Conference on Business Informatics, Thessaloniki, Grèce.
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Citizen Participation in Smart Cities : Evaluation Framework Proposal. / Simonofski, Anthony; Asensio, Estefania Serral; De Smedt, Johannes; Snoeck, Monique.

2017. Papier présenté à 19th IEEE Conference on Business Informatics, Thessaloniki, Grèce.

Résultats de recherche: Recherche - Revue par des pairsArticle

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