Lectures
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

 

 

 

Duration:

2 hours

 

Main Objectives:

 
 
  • Define different ways to assess Smart City Projects
 
  • Describe the key factors that have to be taken into account when evaluating projects.
 
  • Differentiate city-level projects and user-level projects (top-down vs. bottom-up initiatives)
 
  • Provide information to develop the assessment questionnaires that will be distributed to city stakeholders.

 

Participants:

 

36

 

 
  • 8 Representatives of industry leaders
 
  • 7 Representatives of city council ICT divisions
 
  • 11 Researchers in Smart-related fields
 
  • 3 Members of Financial institutions
 
  • 7 Students

 

Facilitators:  
 
  • Sergio Jara (U.Chile)
 
  • Mario Aymeich (EIB)
   

 

Round table schemes:

2nd Focus Group Guidelines

2nd Focus Group Synthesis

 

 

In both sessions of the workshop, 16th and 17th of July 2014, after the lectures showing different stakeholder’s perspectives and different approaches to the smart city strategy issue, two roundtables were held with a common focus in order to foster debate and extract two sets of conclusions that will further enrich the following stages of the ASCIMER project. 

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16th July Smart City Concept, Challenges & Projects 

ASCIMER Projects & Workshop Objectives

Title

Speaker

Slides

ASCIMER: Project overview and objectives Prof. Andrés Monzón (ASCIMER Coordinator)
The city of the future, an UPM initiative Prof. Javier Uceda (Former President of UPM)

Smart Cities: A Multi-Agent Vision

Title

Speaker

Slides

Smart Cities: EIB Approach  Gerry Muscat
Santander Smart City (RECI) Antonio Teixeira
IBM Strategy for a Smarter City Enrique Díaz-Plaza (IBM)

Smart City Concept

Title

Speaker

Slides

ASCIMER: Smart Cities, concept, challenges and projects Andrea Torregrosa, Mario Martín
The role and challenges of ICT (infrastructures) in the development of Smart Cities Claudio Feijóo, Sergio Ramos
Ciudad 2020: A new model of Smart and Sustainable City Rodrigo Castiñeira (Indra)
Valencia Smart Strategy Ramón Ferri

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17th July Smart City Projects Implementation & Assessment

Smart City Examples

Title 

Speaker

Slides

Wien Smart City Paul Pfaffenbichler
Milan Smart City Angela Poletti

Relevant Smart City Projects

Title 

Speaker

Slides

Malaga case study on Smart Mobility projects Filippo Contenti
Tarragona, Smart Mediterranean City Sergi Lozano

Mediterranean Smart Cities

Title 

Speaker

Slides

Smart Cities: Union for the Mediterranean Approach  Guy Fleuret
Tangier: A dynamic territory to frame Brini Abdellatif
Amman Smart initiatives Ali Maqousi
City of Lyon Lourdes Díaz
Urban Radiology: Big Data based analysis Juan Murillo (BBVA)