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Duration:

2 hours

 

Main Objectives:

 
 
  • Understand what a Smart Project is.
 
  • Determine which are the elements that make a Project Smart
 
  • Differentiate city-level projects and user-level projects (top-down vs. bottom-up initiatives)
 
  • Establish what kind of projects are going to be evaluated by the ASCIMER methodology.

 

Participants: 37
 
  • 8 Representatives of industry leaders
 
  • 10 Representatives of city council ICT divisions
 
  • 10 Researchers in Smart-related fields
 
  • 2 Members of Financial institutions
 
  • 7 Students

 

Facilitators:  
 
  • Sergio Jara (U.Chile)
 
  • José Miguel Fernández Güell (UPM)
   

 

Round table schemes:

1st Focus Group Guidelines

1st Focus Group Synthesis

 

 

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