Smart City Scorecard

Smart City Scorecard

Top Global Smart Cities Maturing by Building on Foundational Areas of Excellence

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15-Dec-2017
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Research Code: K170-01-00-00-00
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The Visionary Innovation Group’s Smart City Scorecard highlights city initiatives that demonstrate key trends and innovations within the Smart City movement. The goal is to provide an overview of the pursuits cities are undertaking to ensure the sustainability, cohesiveness, and comprehensiveness of their Smart City strategies. City governments and policy stakeholders will benefit from this study’s holistic examination of the foundational areas for Smart City development. Vendors and solution providers benefit from understanding the range of initiatives cities are undertaking, as well as from gaining a well-rounded view of Smart City facets.

To arrive at the cities profiled, the Smart City Scorecard examines 50 global cities through 2 Smart City filters: quantitative and qualitative. The quantitative filter considers indicators that gauge the effectiveness of Smart City initiatives by comparing current and past indicator measurements. These indicators are grouped into 4 categories: the circulation of goods and people, the quality of the lived environment, technology penetration level, and expansion of a knowledge economy. After quantitative filtering, the top 30 cities are assessed against VIG’s Smart City Maturity Model, which ranks cities on a 1 (ad hoc) to 5 (synergized) scale for governance, investment, data, Internet of Things (IoT) and platform, and business model maturity. The top 15 cities are then profiled within each of these maturity model areas, so that cities and vendors have a collection of initiatives that illustrate the perspective of leading Smart Cities. In addition, the study highlights innovative initiatives in each of the 8 Smart City verticals identified by Visionary Innovation: smart governance and education, smart energy, smart buildings, smart mobility, smart technology, smart infrastructure, smart healthcare, and smart citizens.


Research Highlights

Key topics include:

  • Smart City governance
  • Smart City investment models
  • Smart City data maturity
  • Smart City IoT and platform maturity
  • Smart City business models

Key Features

  • Smart City rankings by quantitative indicators and qualitative assessments
  • Smart City profiles of maturity areas for top-ranking Smart Cities and Smart City ecosystems for top-ranking Smart Cities
  • Highlights of innovations in Smart City verticals (i.e., smart governance, mobility, technology, energy, buildings, infrastructure, technology, and citizens)

Key Issues Addressed

  • What are the foundational areas on which Smart Cities are built?
  • What differentiates ad hoc city efforts from synergized city efforts, and why does maturing from ad hoc to synergized matter?
  • What are the cities that exhibit the greatest maturity in terms of Smart City development?
  • What are the initiatives that cities are undertaking to advance their Smart City objectives?
  • What are the innovations that are taking place within Smart City verticals?

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Table of Contents

Key Takeaways and Visionary Innovation’s Perspective

Smart City Scorecard Process

Smart City Tiers

Smart City Success Factors

Key Smart City Lessons

Research Objectives and Methodology

Research Objectives and Methodology (continued)

Research Background

Smart City Scorecard Process

Smart City Concepts

Mapping Smart City Concepts to Indicators

Smart City Indicator Breakdown

Smart City Maturity Model Overview

Smart City Maturity Model—Supporting Assessments

Smart City Maturity Model—Areas of Excellence

Smart City Tiers

Filter 1—Smart City Indicator Results

Filter 1—Smart City Indicator Results (continued)

Filter 2—Smart City Maturity Model Results

Filter 2—Smart City Maturity Model Results (continued)

Vienna—Overview

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Vienna

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Vienna (continued)

Governance Excellence—Vienna’s Smart City Wien Strategy

Governance Excellence—Vienna’s Smart.Monitor Initiative

Governance Excellence—Vienna’s Smart City Forums

Paris—Overview

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Paris

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Paris (continued)

Governance Excellence—Paris’s Smart and Sustainable Strategy

Governance Excellence—Paris’s Open City Model

Governance Excellence—Paris’s Participatory Budget

London—Overview

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—London

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—London (continued)

Investment Model Excellence—London’s Diversity of Funding Sources

Investment Model Excellence—London’s Civic Crowdfunding

Investment Model Excellence—London’s Civic Crowdfunding (continued)

Berlin—Overview

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Berlin

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Berlin (continued)

Investment Model Excellence—German National Support for R&D

Investment Model Excellence—Private Investment in Berlin

Investment Model Excellence—Berlin Partner for Business and Technology

Singapore—Overview

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Singapore

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Singapore (continued)

Data Excellence—Singapore’s Smart Nation Platform

Data Excellence—Virtual Singapore

Data Excellence—Targeted Data Accessibility

Data Excellence—Smart Nation Fellowship Program

New York City—Overview

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—New York City

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—New York City (continued)

Data Excellence—New York City’s Mayor’s Office of Data Analytics

Data Excellence—New York City’s Databridge

Data Excellence—New York City’s Data2Go and Business Atlas

Copenhagen—Overview

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Copenhagen

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Copenhagen (continued)

Data Excellence—Smart + Connected City of Living Labs

Data Excellence—Copenhagen’s City Data Exchange

Data Excellence—Copenhagen’s City Data Exchange (continued)

Data Excellence—Copenhagen Intelligent Transport Systems Project

Los Angeles—Overview

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Los Angeles

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Los Angeles (continued)

Data Excellence—GeoHub

Data Excellence—Creating Data Stories: Los Angeles and Vision Zero

Data Excellence—Data Partnerships: Los Angeles and Waze

Amsterdam—Overview

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Amsterdam

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Amsterdam (continued)

IoT Excellence—Amsterdam’s Open, Decentralized, Crowdsourced IoT Data Network

IoT Excellence—iBeacon Living Lab

IoT Excellence—Amsterdam’s Citizen Science Programs

Helsinki—Overview

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Helsinki

IoT Excellence—Helsinki as a bIoTope Pilot City

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Helsinki

IoT Excellence—Helsinki as a bIoTope Pilot City

IoT Excellence—bIoTope in Helsinki, Smart Mobility Pilot

IoT Excellence—bIoTope in Helsinki, Smart Kalasatama

Chicago—Overview

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Chicago

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Chicago (continued)

IoT Excellence—The Array of Things Project in Chicago

IoT Excellence—The Array of Things Project in Chicago (continued)

Barcelona—Overview

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Barcelona

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Barcelona (continued)

IoT Excellence—Barcelona’s Sentilo Sensor and Actuator Platform

IoT Excellence—Barcelona’s Sentilo Sensor Platform

Seoul—Overview

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Seoul

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Seoul (continued)

Business Model Excellence—Seoul’s Diginomics Platform

Business Model Excellence—Seoul’s Diginomics Platform (continued)

Stockholm—Overview

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Stockholm

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—Stockholm (continued)

Business Model Excellence—Stockholm’s Stokab Dark Fiber Network

Business Model Excellence—Stockholm’s Stokab Dark Fiber Network (continued)

Business Model Excellence—Stockholm’s Kista Science City

San Francisco—Overview

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—San Francisco

Innovation in Smart City Concepts—San Francisco (continued)

Business Model Excellence—San Francisco and Siemens’ CyPT Project

Business Model Excellence—San Francisco’s Superpublic

Business Model Excellence—Innovations in Smart City San Francisco

Smart City Success Factors

Key Smart City Lessons

The Last Word—What Leading Smart Cities Do

Maturity Model Assessment and Supporting Points

Maturity Model Assessment and Supporting Points (continued)

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The Visionary Innovation Group’s Smart City Scorecard highlights city initiatives that demonstrate key trends and innovations within the Smart City movement. The goal is to provide an overview of the pursuits cities are undertaking to ensure the sustainability, cohesiveness, and comprehensiveness of their Smart City strategies. City governments and policy stakeholders will benefit from this study’s holistic examination of the foundational areas for Smart City development. Vendors and solution providers benefit from understanding the range of initiatives cities are undertaking, as well as from gaining a well-rounded view of Smart City facets. To arrive at the cities profiled, the Smart City Scorecard examines 50 global cities through 2 Smart City filters: quantitative and qualitative. The quantitative filter considers indicators that gauge the effectiveness of Smart City initiatives by comparing current and past indicator measurements. These indicators are grouped into 4 categories: the circulation of goods and people, the quality of the lived environment, technology penetration level, and expansion of a knowledge economy. After quantitative filtering, the top 30 cities are assessed against VIG’s Smart City Maturity Model, which ranks cities on a 1 (ad hoc) to 5 (synergized) scale for governance, investment, data, Internet of Things (IoT) and platform, and business model maturity. The top 15 cities are then profiled within each of these maturity model areas, so that cities and vendors have a collection of initiatives that illustrate the perspective of leading Smart Cities. In addition, the study highlights innovative initiatives in each of the 8 Smart City verticals identified by Visionary Innovation: smart governance and education, smart energy, smart buildings, smart mobility, smart technology, smart infrastructure, smart healthcare, and smart citizens.--BEGIN PROMO--

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