Specifically citizen centricity which is a key aspect of current Chinese strategy around smart cities as well as in the EU.
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Integrated Infrastructures & Processes (including Open Data)
Significant and as yet insufficiently tapped value is offered by integrating the various existing and new infrastructure networks within and across cities – be they energy, transport, communications or others – rather than duplicating these needlessly. This point applies, both, to active and passive infrastructure. Many such infrastructures are ageing; budgets to replace them are stretched; they are procured and managed ‘in silos’; yet the potential afforded to cities and their customers through new joined-up approaches, exploiting modern technologies is substantial. This is achievable; however it will take sustained commitment from multiple parties to access value.
Some actions (this is only an example) on integrated infrastructure may focus on:
- Intelligent lighting
- City Information Platforms
- Shared infrastructure planning
- Transforming the Energy Chain
- Road systems
- Intelligent multi-modal transport solutions
- Parking systems
- Urban Mobility
- Peer to peer transport information
- Adverse Events
Our ongoing initiatives
Outcomes of the AC Meetings 2016
Get in contact with the Integrated Infrastructures & Processes Action Cluster at email@example.com.
5410 - Specifically citizen centricity which is a key aspect of current Chinese strategy around smart cities as well as in the EU
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