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State of the Art in Open Platforms for Collaborative Urban Design and Sharing of Resources in Districts and Cities

Barry Hayes, Dorota Kamrowska-Zaluska, Aleksandar Petrovski, Cristina Jiménez-Pulido
2021 Sustainability  
This work discusses recent developments in sharing economy concepts and collaborative co-design technology platforms applied in districts and cities.  ...  The paper begins by outlining the state of the art in smart technology platforms for collaborative urban design, highlighting a number of recent examples.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to acknowledge the support from all members of the EU COST Action "RESTORE" and its network of researchers across Europe.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13094875 doaj:4b10e8c41d7d45d384a86b143220a88f fatcat:bycfbtglmjehzbwgswyzjnqhkm

Open Service Innovation in Smart Cities: A Framework for Exploring Innovation Networks in the Development of New City Services

Luisa Errichiello, Alessandra Marasco
2014 Advanced Engineering Forum  
for smart users.  ...  The paper presents a multi-dimensional framework for exploring the drivers, structure and dynamics of public-private service innovation networks in the smart city context and their innovation outcomes  ...  Both levels of collaboration and their interaction are important to foster the development towards open innovation for smart cities.  ... 
doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/aef.11.115 fatcat:hymytibgcvgkpbtbmufciins6m

Smart Cities and the Future Internet: Towards Cooperation Frameworks for Open Innovation [chapter]

Hans Schaffers, Nicos Komninos, Marc Pallot, Brigitte Trousse, Michael Nilsson, Alvaro Oliveira
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper explores "smart cities" as environments of open and user-driven innovation for experimenting and validating Future Internet-enabled services.  ...  Effectively sharing these common resources for the purpose of establishing urban and regional innovation ecosystems requires sustainable partnerships and cooperation strategies among the main stakeholders  ...  for sustainable innovation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-20898-0_31 fatcat:qj44ikn2oneitetx35iqytnani

Towards a Smart Sustainable City Roadmap

Gabriela Viale Pereira, Elsa Estevez, Robert Krimmer, Marijn Janssen, Tomasz Janowski
2019 20th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research on - dg.o 2019  
 This workshop of the CAP4CITY (Erasmus+ Strengthening Governance Capacity for Smart Sustainable Cities) project is to promote and stimulate the discussion and networking in the area of Digital Government  ...  Smart Sustainable Cities and related concepts of Digital, Intelligent and Smart Cities represent a progression of how cities around the world apply digital technology to serve their populations, pursue  ...  He is also involved in the Strengthening Governance Capacity for Smart Sustainable Cities project. Prof.dr.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3325112.3325274 dblp:conf/dgo/PereiraEKJJ19 fatcat:bagat5fvzrcsdlx3uayh6rsbgy

Shaping a Smart Transportation System for Sustainable Value Co-Creation

Jun Zhang, Shuyang Li, Yichuan Wang
2021 Information Systems Frontiers  
Drawing upon the value co-creation theory and stakeholder theory, we seek to understand the socio-technical shaping of the STS ecosystem and how government, firms and citizens collaboratively create sustainable  ...  AbstractThe smart transportation system (STS) leverages ubiquitous and networked computing to improve the efficiency of urban mobility.  ...  with aim to transform cities towards being data-driven and networked (Manyika, 2011) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10796-021-10139-3 fatcat:ornz6sxc2zcdnc3esexqm7tzm4

The REFLOW Handbook

Laura Martelloni, Milena Juarez, Sally Bourdon, Ida Jusic, Erwan Mouazan, Vasilis Niaros, Tomas Diez, Pablo Muñoz, Zartashia Ahmed
2019 Zenodo  
Specifically, this document builds on exploratory research aimed at 'collaborative governance design', which will be further explored and expanded on within the REFLOW pilot cities.  ...  The REFLOW Handbook is a practical resource designed to assist cities in their transition to circular and regenerative cities. This Handbook is open, iterative and participatory.  ...  communities of interest and practice on environmental issues in three European cities (Barcelona, Amsterdam and Prishtina).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3588252 fatcat:ggutfjty2bg4hhu6y3fsicf2xi

Co-Governing Smart Cities Through Living Labs. Top Evidences From EU

Francesco Bifulco, Marco Tregua, Cristina C. Amitrano
2017 Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences  
and governance for the co-creation of new services, underlining the importance of the open and ecosystem-oriented approach for smart cities.  ...  The results show the increasing usefulness of Living Labs for the development of more inclusive smart cities projects in which public and private actors, and people, collaborate in innovation processes  ...  When recalling networks of actors, businesses' participation, role of community and sustainability, governance activities became co-governing activities as the participation shapes the decisions (Antt  ... 
doi:10.24193/tras.2017.0002 fatcat:xa3umdxoffebjf7fin2jc7elhm

Understanding the trends and characteristics of smart urbanism across continents

Lim Seng Boon, Jalaluddin Abdul Malek, Mohd Yusof Hussain, Zurinah Tahir
2020 Zenodo  
This paper marks a contribution to the phenomenon of contemporary smart urbanism and provides insights for policymakers and stakeholders who wish to work together as co-partners in the quest for a more  ...  humanistic smart city.  ...  For example, Amsterdam is moving towards being a self-organising city where citizens produce services which are strategised; i.e., in the process of co-producing public decision making.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3726346 fatcat:hirckwgwf5gitm5r3kz6unzhri

Experimentation Platforms as Bridges to Urban Sustainability

Sven-Volker Rehm, Shane McLoughlin, Giovanni Maccani
2021 Smart Cities  
Despite immense efforts to realize diverse visions of the 'smart city,' municipalities still face manifold uncertainties of how governance and the tools of governance can best support public and regional  ...  value creation for achieving urban sustainability.  ...  However, to become institutionalized, actionable governance tools with a view towards city competitiveness and urban sustainability are required.  ... 
doi:10.3390/smartcities4020030 doaj:b8694bb82f70442cbb2b6787227ba9ea fatcat:wzb5jvbdgzdelju23lhguupdbu

SYSTEMS APPROACH TO MODEL SMART TOURISM ECOSYSTEMS

Pooyan Sedarati, Francisco Manuel, Dionisio Serra, Tadeja Jere Jakulin
2022 International Journal for Quality Research  
This paper intends to discuss the path towards building a sustainable smart tourism ecosystem model by delving deep into the pivotal topics with interesting speculations on smart cities' perspectives that  ...  The proposed causal loop diagram considers sustainability as one of the main concerns and trying to shed some light on intricate networks of businesses, socioeconomic, and environmental subsystems in smart  ...  a better quality of life through collaboration and networking.  ... 
doi:10.24874/ijqr16.01-20 fatcat:2jye4ilqevdwjcihsm6vheucvi

Special Issue on Smart Applications for Smart Cities - New Approaches to Innovation: Guest Editors' Introduction

Hans Schaffers, Carlo Ratti, Nicos Komninos
2012 Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research  
However cities also represent a promise for the future: a vision of freedom, creativity, opportunity and prosperity [4] .  ...  Add to this foundation a relentlessly growing network of sensors and digital control technologies such as smart meters, all tied together by cheap, powerful computers and our cities are quickly becoming  ...  From this perspective, from all apps, some are for cities enabling collaboration and various forms of co-activity, and some of them are smart enabling more efficient solutions to city challenges of growth  ... 
doi:10.4067/s0718-18762012000300005 fatcat:v2d5bqv5ifdevodyjlfde4t7lu

Exploring the interplay between urban governance and smart services codesign

Grazia Concilio, Alessandro Deserti, Francesca Rizzo
2014 Interaction Design and Architecture(s)  
The article also discusses the value of service codesign as a strategic practice to experiment new participatory governance in smart cities.  ...  In coherence with these perspectives, the article reports on the interplay between urban governance and the co-design of smart services in urban transformation as it has been observed and analysed in the  ...  It also discusses the value of service co-design as a strategic practice to experiment new participatory governance in smart cities.  ... 
doaj:54d502193ab3453b9805a4ca86e71575 fatcat:s6r5fkpf3ffanpaljy75kq4uja

The Governance Approach of Smart City Initiatives. Evidence from Trondheim, Bergen, and Bodø

Savis Gohari, Dirk Ahlers, Brita F. Nielsen, Eivind Junker
2020 Infrastructures  
A pragmatic and polity-focused solution for governing a smart city in the direction of sustainability is still missing in theory and practice.  ...  A debate about whether a smart city is a pragmatic solution for modern challenges or just a technology-led urban utopia is entangled with the vexed issue of governance.  ...  Acknowledgments: We thank the different project members from the case studies who provided insight for our research.  ... 
doi:10.3390/infrastructures5040031 fatcat:xcz7eefdeffs7guyslwffyw4qm

Smart City as a Service System: A Framework to Improve Smart Service Management

Francesco Polese, Antonio Botti, Antonella Monda, Mara Grimaldi
2019 Journal of Service Science and Management  
The proposed framework highlights the systemic nature of both the smart city and the service system and proposes practical and theoretical implications for public and private services management.  ...  Starting from a short literature review about service system and smart city, a model characterized by a reticular configuration is proposed.  ...  collaborative networks.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jssm.2019.121001 fatcat:o5a6mdqunzfctjbq7jmdwig4fu

A Comparison of a Smart City's Trends in Urban Planning before and after 2016 through Keyword Network Analysis

Kyunghun Min, Moonyoung Yoon, Katsunori Furuya
2019 Sustainability  
The findings could serve as a basis for policymakers, urban managers, and researchers seeking a comprehensive understanding of the smart city concept in urban planning areas.  ...  The aim of this study was to explore the keywords related to smart city concepts, and to understand their flow.  ...  Smart governance enables creativity and innovates implementation for the smart city, and all initiatives require collaboration, disclosure, and participation based on smart governance models, which are  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11113155 fatcat:rblhnsusnzbv7kouwhl65kpsaa
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