Smart Cities will build integrated academic/governmental people-based networks that enable effective information sharing and use into economically relevant knowledge and technologies.
Smart Cities believe that simply "exchanging" good practice simply is not enough. Best e-practices require a solid academic grounding, an understanding of the local context as projects are necessarily rooted localy; tailored to regional needs while aligning with the National, NSR and European strategies.
Co-design, integrated mainstreaming and academic involvement will lead to transnational transferable methodologies and e-services.
Regional and Local, User-centric Services, Multi-channel Delivery.
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