Opportunities for ICT Providers in Sub-Saharan Africa's Mega Cities

Smart City Development Introduces Significant Opportunities for ICT Providers

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By 2025, more than 70% of Africa’s population is expected to be living in cities. A Mega City is defined as an urban area with a population of more than 8 million and a gross domestic product (GDP) of at least $250 billion. There are several emerging Mega Cities in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), including Lagos, Kinshasa, Luanda, and Johannesburg. The rapid growth of Mega Cities places severe strain on economic, ecological, and social resources. The effective use of information and communications technology (ICT) in these cities will lead to efficient service delivery and integrated solutions, introducing significant opportunities for ICT providers.

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Opportunities for ICT Providers in Sub-Saharan Africa's Mega CitiesExecutive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Research Objectives and ScopeResearch Aim and ObjectivesResearch ScopeMarket OverviewGlobalUrbanisation TrendsUrbanisation Mega Trends in AfricaKey Challenges in Mega CitiesDefining Smart CitiesKey Features Defining a Smart CityICT as an Enabler of Smart City DevelopmentSmart City StakeholdersSmart City Business ModelsSmart City Products and ServicesStakeholders Shaping the Smart CitySmart City Solutions Value ChainOpportunities for Smart City Provider GroupsGlobal Smart City DevelopmentsGlobal Smart City DevelopmentsCase Study: Seoul—City OverviewCase Study: Seoul—Key InitiativesCase Study: Seoul—Key Success FactorsCase Study: London—City OverviewCase Study: London—Smart City Vision and Key InitiativesCase Study: London—Key Success FactorsKey Cities in AfricaThe State of African CitiesOverview of Mega Cities in AfricaOverview of Mega Cities in Africa (continued)Smart Cities in Africa—OverviewGreenfield Smart Cities in Africa—A Closer LookDrivers and RestraintsMarket DriversDrivers ExplainedMarket RestraintsRestraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)The Smart City Maturity MatrixSmart City Maturity Matrix IntroductionSmart City Maturity Matrix Introduction (continued)Methodology of the Smart City Maturity MatrixSmart City Maturity Matrix Results for SSASmart City Maturity Matrix Results for SSA (continued)Smart City Maturity Matrix Results for SSA (continued)Smart City Maturity Matrix Results for SSA (continued)Summary of Leading Smart Cities—Cape TownSummary of Leading Smart Cities—JohannesburgSummary of Leading Smart Cities—LagosConclusionsConclusionsAbbreviationsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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