Future Smart Cities of Southern Africa

Future Smart Cities of Southern Africa

Analysing the Potential for Smart City Development Across Southern Africa as per Initiatives Based on Eight Frost & Sullivan Smart City Parameters

RELEASE DATE
15-Dec-2016
REGION
Africa
Research Code: 9AC0-00-3B-00-00
SKU: IT03181-AF-MR_19301

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The Future Smart Cities of Southern Africa research service focuses on providing an in-depth overview of the profiled cities, according to the development of initiatives aligned to the eight Smart City parameters. These parameters include:
• Smart Government
• Smart Citizens
• Smart Energy
• Smart Mobility
• Smart Healthcare
• Smart Infrastructure
• Smart Buildings
• Smart Technology

The leading factors driving the development of Smart Cities are assessed and include:
• Improved Resource Management
• Rapid Urbanisation
• Economic Benefits and Job Creation
• Significant Stakeholder Support

The leading restraining factors are also assessed and include:
• Lack of Appropriate Skills
• Lack of Funding and Capital Investment
•Lack of Stakeholder Support
• Legacy Systems and Infrastructure

The deliverable offers an overview of different funding models available to develop Smart Cities, as well as highlights the roles of major actors in the development of Smart Cities.

The Greenfield Smart Cities profiled include:
• Modderfontein Smart City

The Brownfield Smart Cities profiled include:
• Johannesburg
• Tshwane
• Cape Town

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Research Aim and Objectives

Research Scope—Ecosystem

Geographic Scope

Smart Diamond Defines the Smart City

Smart Diamond Explained

Smart Diamond Explained (continued)

Smart City Business Models

Typical Smart Infrastructure Operating Model

Typical Smart Infrastructure Operating Model Explained

Types of Smart City Projects

Types of African Smart Cities

Typical Roles within a Smart City

Typical Roles within a Smart City (continued)

Smart City Funding Mechanisms

Greenfield Smart City Funding in Africa

Global Smart City Market Revenue Opportunity

Future Smart Cities in Sub-Saharan Africa

Market Drivers

Drivers Explained

Drivers Explained (continued)

Market Restraints

Restraints Explained

Restraints Explained (continued)

Smart City Matrix Scoring

Smart City Matrix Scoring (continued)

South Africa—Statistical Overview

Johannesburg—Statistical Overview

Johannesburg—Smart City Matrix Explained

Johannesburg—Smart City Matrix Explained (continued)

Johannesburg—Smart City Matrix Explained (continued)

Johannesburg—Smart City Matrix Explained (continued)

Key Initiatives—Johannesburg

Tshwane—Statistical Overview

Tshwane—Smart City Matrix Explained

Tshwane—Smart City Matrix Explained (continued)

Tshwane—Smart City Matrix Explained (continued)

Tshwane—Smart City Matrix Explained (continued)

Key Initiatives—Tshwane

Cape Town—Statistical Overview

Cape Town—Smart City Matrix Explained

Cape Town—Smart City Matrix Explained (continued)

Cape Town—Smart City Matrix Explained (continued)

Cape Town—Smart City Matrix Explained (continued)

Cape Town—Smart City Matrix Explained (continued)

Key Initiatives—Cape Town

Modderfontein—Statistical Overview

Modderfontein—Smart City Matrix Explained

Modderfontein—Smart City Matrix Explained (continued)

Modderfontein—Smart City Matrix Explained (continued)

Conclusions—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Research Acronyms

Research Acronyms (continued)

Research Acronyms (continued)

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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The Future Smart Cities of Southern Africa research service focuses on providing an in-depth overview of the profiled cities, according to the development of initiatives aligned to the eight Smart City parameters. These parameters include: • Smart Government • Smart Citizens • Smart Energy • Smart Mobility • Smart Healthcare • Smart Infrastructure • Smart Buildings • Smart Technology The leading factors driving the development of Smart Cities are assessed and include: • Improved Resource Management • Rapid Urbanisation • Economic Benefits and Job Creation • Significant Stakeholder Support The leading restraining factors are also assessed and include: • Lack of Appropriate Skills • Lack of Funding and Capital Investment •Lack of Stakeholder Support • Legacy Systems and Infrastructure The deliverable offers an overview of different funding models available to develop Smart Cities, as well as highlights the roles of major actors in the development of Smart Cities. The Greenfield Smart Cities profiled include: • Modderfontein Smart City The Brownfield Smart Cities profiled include: • Johannesburg • Tshwane • Cape Town
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Author Mauritz Venter
Industries Information Technology
WIP Number 9AC0-00-3B-00-00
Keyword 1 Smart Cities of Southern Africa
Keyword 2 Smart City Development
Keyword 3 Future Smart Cities of Southern Africa
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