Good news: A new practical guide to the Smart City will soon be available to complete your collection!
6 short and dynamic videos to train you and/or raise awareness among your collaborators on key issues related to the Smart City transition: citizen participation, as well as the management and monitoring of Smart City projects.
How did the Smart City dynamic evolve in Wallonia during the year 2021? The Smart City Institute takes stock of the results of its new Walloon Smart Cities Barometer, based on the responses of 113 Walloon municipalities.
How to monitor and evaluate your Smart City initiatives effectively? This 5th practical guide shows you the path: discover a methodology to tackle this crucial step with confidence and build your indicators step by step!
Once implemented, it is important that you measure the impact and efficiency of your Smart City approach. How do you determine and produce relevant indicators? This is what we explain in this last capsule
To achieve the objectives and priorities set out in your Smart City strategy, which projects will you choose to support and implement, and how can you proceed?
What are the 4 key elements to keep in mind when formalising your Smart City strategy ? Explanations through this 3rd video capsule.
One of the first things to do when defining your Smart City strategy is to check whether your municipality has a favourable ground for the development of a Smart City approach and strategy.
Whatever the label being used, the sustainable & intelligent transition of our territories is a reality and even a necessity. But why? In which context does the Smart City emerge? What are the stakes?
Through 5 short videos, our team invites you to (re)discover the key phases and essential steps for the development of a successful Smart City strategy, but also to (re)clarify the concept of Smart City itself.
With an exceptional participation rate (53% of Walloon municipalities), this 3rd barometer of Smart Cities in Wallonia reveals that despite a consolidation of the dynamic, implementation still seems difficult for our municipalities.
At the end of the year 2020, a new contribution has been added to our "Smart City" toolbox for territorial actors: the Smart Project Management Model (SPMM)