Open Data Strategies of Real-time Cities

  • ID: 3231698
  • Report
  • 35 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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Commitment and Pragmatism Make Moscow a 'Must' on Smart City Innovation Watch-lists

This market insight is part of the Real-time Cities Research Program. In recent years, it has become evident that cities see an opportunity to stimulate economic growth by opening up their substantial sources of data to digital services innovators. To become true real-time cities, they strive to do more than simply publish existing information online.

Differentiation lies in the foundations they put down in terms of data strategy, governance structures, and partnerships. Historically, the city of Moscow's smart city initiatives have received only moderate recognition. However, this is changing. Having attracted significant attention over the last couple of years, the Russian capital is establishing itself as a 'must' on the watch-lists of smart city observers, thanks to ingenuity and commitment.

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1. Key Takeaways

2. Research Background

3. Study Objectives

  • Scope-Moscow-focused Study as Part of a Wider European Program
  • Research Methodology

4. City Situation

  • The City
  • Real-time City Initiatives-Starting Point
  • Real-time City Initiatives-Recent Achievements

5. Smart City Strategy, Approach, and Objectives

  • Smart City Strategy
  • Objectives-City of Moscow

6. Data Strategy

  • Data Strategy-Citizen-facing Open Data Publishing Channels
  • Data Strategy-City ‘App Store’
  • Data Strategy-Ownership and Publication of Data Sets
  • Data Strategy-Key Aspects in Big or Open Data Use

7. Partners, ICT Suppliers, and Standards

  • Partners and ICT Suppliers

8. Hard Infrastructure Availability and Funding

9. The Last Word

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