East African Smart Cities, Forecast to 2030

Highlights the Potential for the Development of Smart Cities Across Africa According to Initiatives Based on the 8 Frost & Sullivan Smart City Paramet

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Research Scope: greenfield cities, brownfield cities, and smart hubs in East Africa.This research service focuses on the development of smart cities in East Africa and provides an in-depth overview of a few profiled cities. It evaluates smart cities like Nairobi and Konza Tech City in Kenya and Kigali in Rwanda according to the development of initiatives aligned to Frost & Sullivan’s eight smart city parameters. These parameters include:• Smart government• Smart citizens• Smart energy• Smart mobility• Smart healthcare• Smart infrastructure• Smart buildings• Smart technologyThe study also assesses leading drivers and restraints for the development of smart cities in East Africa.Leading factors

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East African Smart Cities, Forecast to 2030Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Market OverviewResearch Aim and ObjectivesResearch Scope—EcosystemGeographic ScopeDefining a Smart CitySmart Diamond Defines the Smart CitySmart Diamond ExplainedSmart Diamond Explained (continued)Smart City Business ModelsSmart City Business Models Typical Smart Infrastructure Operating ModelTypical Smart Infrastructure Operating Model ExplainedTypes of Smart CitiesTypes of Smart City ProjectsTypes of African Smart CitiesRoles within Smart CitiesTypical Roles within the Smart CitiesTypical Roles within a Smart CitySmart City Funding MechanismsSmart City Funding MechanismsEconomic factors in AfricaGlobal Smart City MarketGlobal Smart City Market Revenue OpportunityFuture Smart Cities in Sub-Saharan AfricaFuture Smart Cities in Sub-Saharan AfricaMarket DriversMarket DriversDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Market RestraintsMarket RestraintsRestraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Restraints Explained (continued)Smart City Matrix ScoringSmart City Matrix ScoringSmart City Matrix Scoring (continued)KenyaKenya—Statistical OverviewNairobiNairobi—Statistical OverviewNairobi—Smart City Matrix ExplainedNairobi—Smart City Matrix Explained (continued)Nairobi—Smart City Matrix Explained (continued)Nairobi—Smart City Matrix Explained (continued)Key Initiatives—NairobiKonza Techno CityKonza Techno City—Statistical OverviewKonza Techno City—Smart City Matrix ExplainedKonza Techno City—Smart City Matrix explained (continued)Konza Techno City—Smart City Matrix Explained (continued)Key Initiatives—Konza Techno CityRwandaRwanda—Statistical OverviewKigaliKigali (Smart Rwanda)—Statistical OverviewKigali—Smart City Matrix ExplainedKigali—Smart City Matrix Explained (continued)Kigali—Smart City Matrix Explained (continued)Kigali—Smart City Matrix Explained (continued)Key Initiatives—KigaliConclusionConclusions—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixResearch Acronyms Research Acronyms (continued) Research Acronyms (continued) The Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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