The purpose of City Lab Prague report is to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the city regarding aspects of smart and sustainable development. It also reveals possible opportunities and barriers arising through this development process that need to be exploited or overcome, respectively.
This report is Canada’s first national digital talent strategy aiming to shed light on country’s digital opportunities and challenges. Digital talent is faced as one of the most crucial advantages within the framework of a global economy. This report was written by the Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC).
This Ericsson White paper illustrates issues regarding the rise of the smart city and its journey towards a sustainable condition. It is pointed out that the process for a city to become smart, as long as sustainable, is a continuous constantly changing procedure that requires stakeholder engagement and innovative actions in most of its stages.
This report, produced by Hypercat, is one of the outcomes out of thirty-seven workshops across six domains bringing together over 300 experts from a wide range of industries, academia and government. These workshops were used to crowdsource information and captured a wealth of information on how existing and future technologies, digital systems and/or other smart city solutions and approaches could transform Old Oak & Park Royal into a global leading location where people would want to live, work and visit.
Reforms to Accelerate the Development of India’s Smart Cities is a report prepared by the World Economic Forum, focusing on the challenges rising from the fast urbanization trends in India during the last years. As stated in the report, the rapid increase in India’s urban population has not been accompanied by a similar transformation in urban infrastructure and service delivery capabilities.
This report, published by the World Economic Forum, focuses on the continuously increasing urbanization trend that characterizes most of the countries nowadays. It acknowledges the existing diversity between cities, due to demographical, geographical and governmental characteristics and tries to reveal new innovative ways in which services are delivered under the modern urban context.
For San José, USA, becoming a “smart city” means that game-changing technologies and data-driven decision-making will drive continuous improvement in how the city serves its community, and promotes concrete benefits in safety, sustainability, economic opportunity, and quality of life for our constituents.