Heat Map of Europes Real-Time CitiesProgress towards Commercialisation

Heat Map of Europes Real-Time CitiesProgress towards Commercialisation

Results of End-user Survey Conducted 1Q 2015

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02-Jun-2015
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Europe
Research Code: MB02-01-00-00-00
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A true real-time city exploits its massive data repositories, its network and sensor infrastructure, and the expertise of its ICT partners in the pursuit of policy goals. Frost & Sullivan’s end-user survey explores how the early innovators are using big and/or open data to achieve these aims and ultimately to build a foundation for commercially-sustainable services. Question topics include city goals, data providers/users, open source software, project financing, and collaborative efforts. The resulting ‘heat map’ represents the relative progress of 27 respondents in West and East Europe.

Table of Contents

Findings—Real-Time City Trends in Europe

Findings—Real-Time City Trends in Europe (continued)

Results—Real-Time Cities Progress Heat Map

Questions This Study Will Answer

Scope—Europe

2015 Survey Methodology

Definitions

Q1—What is the City You Represent?

Q2—Which Services are the Main Focus of Your City’s Initiatives?*

Q3—What are Your City’s Top 3 Goals?*

Q4—What Do You Believe Stands Out in Your City’s Use of Big or Open Data?*

Q5—Does Your City’s Initiative Include Any of the Following?*

Q6—How Many Public Datasets are Collected?

Q7—Who Owns the Data?

Q8—Where is Data Published?

Q9—What Open Source Technologies, Standards, and Guidelines are Used?

Q10—Please Rank the Budget Allocations for the Following Technology Cost Items

Q11—Which Infrastructure is Already Available or Requires Investment to Support Your City’s Projects?

Q12—What are the Funding Sources Behind Your City’s Initiatives?

Q13 & Q14—How is Your City Collaborating With Other Public Authorities and With ICT Suppliers?

Q15—Who are the Providers of Street Infrastructure?

Q16—Which ICT Suppliers are You Working With?

Benchmarking Evalutation

Benchmark Derived from Survey Results

Benchmark Derived from Survey Results (continued)

Benchmark Derived from Survey Results (continued)

The Last Word

The Last Word (continued)

The Last Word (continued)

Legal Disclaimer

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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A true real-time city exploits its massive data repositories, its network and sensor infrastructure, and the expertise of its ICT partners in the pursuit of policy goals. Frost & Sullivans end-user survey explores how the early innovators are using big and/or open data to achieve these aims and ultimately to build a foundation for commercially-sustainable services. Question topics include city goals, data providers/users, open source software, project financing, and collaborative efforts. The resulting heat map represents the relative progress of 27 respondents in West and East Europe.
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Author Sheridan Nye
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