- To profile the open data strategies of ‘second wave’ real-time cities in Europe the report defines second wave cities and towns as those that have ambitions to achieve policy objectives through data and deployment of Internet of Things (IoT) technology, but lack the size and socio-economic challenges to attract significant public and private project funding.
- To analyse how these cities are achieving their goals and benefiting from best practice examples from larger cities.
- To benchmark their progress towards these goals.
Key Questions Answered
- What do cities want from data and what challenges do they face?
- Which ICT suppliers and solutions are they working with?
- Which cities are the most successful?
- What is the ICT opportunity?
- Study Objectives
- Study Findings - Second Wave Cities
- Scope - Europe
- Research Methodology
- Overview - Cambridge
- Cambridgeshire Data Strategy
- Cambridge Data Strategy - Transportation
- Cambridgeshire Relations with ICT Suppliers
- Value Chain and Business Models
- Overview - City
- Overview - Real-Time City Initiative and Objectives
- Funding and ICT Suppliers
- Benchmark of ICT Attractiveness
- Legal Disclaimer
Cities were selected for profiling based on their support for open data, recent investment, and partnership activity. Sources of information include the following:
- Interviews with representatives of the city council, such as the Chief Information Officer (CIO); academic or R&D partners; and/or ICT partners
- Results of online survey
- Secondary research from publicly available documentation Each city’s approach to open data is benchmarked in terms of the following:
- ICT attractiveness: A composite measure of data strategy and governance, commercial sustainability, innovativeness, ambition, and partnership strategy
- Data intensity/programme maturity: Relative measures of data intensity, maturity, and financial support