10 YEARS ROLLING AGENDA from the Smart Cities ...

URL: https://eu-smartcities.eu/sites/all/files/10YRA%20final_january.pdf

The objective of the Agenda is to present stakeholders’ ideas, forming a ‘practical vision’ of the Smart Cities Stakeholder Platform on how to move forward in accelerating the deployment and integration of technologies that are required to transform European cities and communities into ‘smarter’ cities and communities. This Agenda is principally addressed to the High-Level Group of the Smart Cities and Communities European Innovation Partnership (EIP) and to the European Commission. The Agenda will provide a bottom-up contribution to policy formulation and implementation. In parallel, parts of this Agenda are directed to cities and communities to assist their day-to-day work in deploying smart cities and communities technologies. The name ‘Agenda’ has been chosen to emphasise that the Platform’s recommendations first and foremost are meant to highlight the issues to be taken into account when transforming into a ‘smart’ or ‘smarter’ city. The Agenda concentrates its recommendations on the areas where there is consensus. Based on a bottom-up process, it necessarily cannot address all issues of relevance to the Smart City. Nevertheless, the Agenda makes concrete and actionable recommendations. It has managed to list a great number of specific recommendations. Both ‘Key Messages’ and ‘Agenda’ are based on discussions held during three meetings of the Smart Cities Stakeholder Roadmap Group5 from January to May 2013, as well as Technical and Finance Working Group meetings and internal discussions within the Smart Cities Stakeholder Platform’s Consortium since the launch of the Platform in June 2012. A great number of stakeholders from the Roadmap Group but also the Platform at large have provided input to this document by various means; personal communications, emails, presentations and comments during the Roadmap Group or other Platform meetings, input during various teleconferences and online meetings, comments on outlines and drafts, background material and drafting of specific texts.

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Last updated June 16, 2016
Created June 16, 2016
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