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欧州のスマートシティ開発の概況

An Overview of European Smart City Developments

発行 Frost & Sullivan 商品コード 290212
出版日 ページ情報 英文 67 Pages
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欧州のスマートシティ開発の概況 An Overview of European Smart City Developments
出版日: 2013年11月22日 ページ情報: 英文 67 Pages
概要

欧州では現在、スマートシティの開発・建設において、ICT(情報通信技術)の活用が拡大しています。各地域・各国・EU全体レベルでの数多くの先行プロジェクトでは、その傾向が一層強くなっています。ICTの活用が顕著な分野として、省エネ・節水やモビリティ、オープンシティ用インフラ・プラットフォーム、市民参加、行政サービスなどが挙げられます。

当レポートでは、欧州におけるスマートシティ開発とICT活用の概況について分析し、その結果を概略以下の構成でお届けします。

エグゼクティブ・サマリー

エネルギー・水道の利用効率

モビリティ

インフラとプラットフォーム

市民・ユーザーの関与

行政機関

文化

複合領域

Frost & Sullivanについて

目次
Product Code: M9E8

Smart City Projects Underline the Role of ICT in European Initiatives

The deployment of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for the creation of smart cities is gaining a strong momentum in Europe. This is accentuated by the numerous pilot projects running at the regional, country and EU levels. Initiatives revolve around energy and water efficiency, mobility, infrastructure and platforms for open cities, citizen involvement, and public administration services. This document aims to give an overview of key areas of smart city developments.

Key Findings

• The deployment of ICT for the creation of smart cities is gaining a strong momentum in Europe; this is accentuated by the numerous pilot projects running at the regional, country and EU levels.

• The vast majority of initiatives is co-funded by the European Union (ICT Policy Support Programme and 7th Framework Programme), yet there is no clear business model for the uptake of smart cities.

• Projects are carried out in the form of collaborative network established between the research community, businesses, the public sector, citizens and the wider community, and they foster an open innovation approach.

• Technologies such as smart metering, wireless sensor networks, open platforms, high-speed broadband and cloud computing are key building blocks of the smart city infrastructure.

• The vast majority of the initiatives revolve around energy and water efficiency, mobility, and infrastructure and platforms for open cities.

• Energy and water efficiency projects focus on the deployment of energy management systems in public buildings, water measurement and control, integration of renewable energies, and intelligent street lighting in public areas.

• Mobility projects include Intelligent Transport Systems (eco-navigation traffic signal control systems, parking guidance and information systems, efficient passing of intersections), charging infrastructure for electric vehicles, and traffic and travel Web-based services.

• Projects around infrastructure and platforms deliver open source, common development toolkits for the creation of various smart city services and applications, and foster high-speed Internet access (fibre, cellular wireless and satellite).

• Other project areas cover citizens and user involvement, and focus on two aspects: user engagement in the co-decision on smart city services (crowdsourcing and co-development of mobile apps) and eInclusion (integration with local communities and facilitating lives of elderly and dependant people).

• Finally, projects around the public administration domain, seek to explore multichannel, easily accessible eGovernment services.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Executive Summary
  • 2. Energy and Water Efficiency
  • 3. Mobility
  • 4. Infrastructure and Platforms
  • 5. Citizens and User Involvement
  • 6. Public Administration
  • 7. Culture
  • 8. Mixed Zone
  • 9. The Frost & Sullivan Story
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