An Overview of European Smart City Developments

Smart City Projects Underline the Role of ICT in European Initiatives

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The deployment of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for the creation of smart cities is gaining a strong momentum in Europe. This is accentuated by the numerous pilot projects running at the regional, country and EU levels. Initiatives revolve around energy and water efficiency, mobility, infrastructure and platforms for open cities, citizen involvement, and public administration services. This document aims to give an overview of key areas of smart city developments.

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Executive SummaryResearch Objectives, Scope, and MethodologyKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Energy and Water EfficiencySmartcity Málaga (Project of Málaga Living Lab)Smartspaces—Saving Energy in Europe’s Public Buildings Using ICT3e-Houses—Energy-efficient eHousesSHOWE-IT—Real-life Trial in Social Housing of Water and Energy Efficiency ICT ServicesICE-WISH—Demonstrating Thought Intelligent Control Energy and Water Wastage Reduction in European Social HousingNOBEL—Neighbourhood-oriented Brokerage Electricity and Monitoring SystemSMART CAMPUS—Building-User Learning Interaction for Energy EfficiencyLITES—LED-based Intelligent Street Lighting for Energy SavingMobilitySmart Mobility (SMARTiP sub-project)EVA—Electric Vehicles in ActionFreilot—Urban Freight Energy Efficiency ProjectCOSMO—Cooperative Systems for Sustainable Mobility and Energy EfficiencyIn-Time—Intelligent and efficient travel management for European citiesCoCities—Cooperative Cities Extend and Validate Mobility ServicesICT 4 EVEU—ICT Services for Electric Vehicle Enhancing the User ExperienceSmartCEM—Smart Connected Electro MobilityMolecules—Mobility Based on Electric Connected Vehicles in Urban and Interurban Smart, Clean EnvironmentsMOBI.Europe—Integrated and Interoperable ICT Applications for Electro-Mobility in EuropeInfrastructure and PlatformsCity SDK—City Service Development KitBRESAT—Broadband in EU Regions Through SatelliteMobiCloud—Mobile Cloud for BusinessSUNSHINE—Smart UrbaN ServIces for Higher eNergy EfficiencyEPIC—European Platform for Intelligent CitiesSmart Engagement (SMARTiP Sub-Project)iCity—Opening Up Public Infrastructures in Urban Spaces Promoting the Co-creation of Services of Public InterestCitizens and User InvolvementSMARTiP—Smart Metropolitan Areas Realised Through Innovation and PeopleLIFE 2.0—Geographical Positioning Services to Support Independent Living and Social Interaction of Elderly PeopleT-SENIORITY—Expanding the Benefits of Information Society to Older People Thought Digital TV ChannelsinCASA—Integrated Network for Completely Assisted Senior Citizen’s AutonomyLiveCity—Live Video-to-Video Supporting Interactive City InfrastructureSmartCities—Creating a People-based Innovation Network Between Cities and Research Centres to Develop and Deliver Better Electronic Services to CitizensCarer+—Ageing Well in the Community and at Home— Developing Digital Competencies of Care Workers to Improve the Quality of Life of Older PeopleIES Cities—Internet Enabled Services for the Cities Across EuropeMy Neighbourhood—My Neighbourhood | My CityMobile City BregenzPublic AdministrationDIEGO—Digital-inclusive e-GovernmentGEN6—Governments Enabled With IPv6SEED—Speeding Every European DigitalCommons4EU—Commons for EuropeCITADEL—CITADEL…on the moveCultureDCA—Digitalising Contemporary ArtsSPECIFI—Smart Platforms Enabling the Creative Industries for the Future InternetMixed ZoneSMART-ISLANDS—3D Smart Webservices for Mediterranean Islands People—Pilot Smart Urban Ecosystems Leveraging Open Innovation for Promoting and Enabling Future eServicesOPEN CITIES—Open Innovation Mechanisms in Smart CitesGhent Living LabiScope—Interoperable Smart City Services Through an Open Platform for Urban EcosystemsSmartSantanderLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryWho is Frost & SullivanWhat Makes Us UniqueTEAM MethodologyOur Global Footprint 40+ Offices

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