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ITU Workshop on Shaping Smart Sustainable Cities (SCC) in Latin America (Lima, Peru, 5 December 2013). Building a smart cities public policy for Colombia. Marco Peres Director Observatory of Government, Society and Information Technologies – Externado University of Colombia

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Building a smart cities public policy for colombia

ITU Workshop on Shaping Smart Sustainable Cities (SCC)in Latin America

(Lima, Peru, 5 December 2013)

Building a smart cities public policy for Colombia

Marco Peres

Director Observatory of Government, Society and Information Technologies – Externado University of Colombia

www.observatics.edu.co


Building a smart cities public policy for colombia

Aim

  • The aim of the presentation is develop the main aspects of process to formulate a smart cities public policy for Colombia. This process is led by the ICT Ministry with the technical support of the Externado University of Colombia.


Road map 2013

Road map 2013

31 October 2013

Colloquium on smart territories and smart cities public policy

WG 2

WG 1

Preparatory activities

April May June July August September October November


The stakeholders

The Stakeholders

  • National Government

  • Local Governments

  • International organizations

  • IT Companies

  • TELCOS

  • Universities

  • Research Centers


Open innovation

Open Innovation


The concept of smart city

The concept of smart city

  • The smart cities are territories that promote the innovation, integration of critical subsystems and sustainable development,, from the interaction between people, ICTs and their environment.


The core problems

The core problems


The core problems1

The core problems


The core problems2

The core problems


The core problems3

The core problems


The core problems4

The core problems


The core problems5

The core problems


The core problems6

The core problems


Aim of public policy

Aim of public policy

+ICT


Framework of public policy

Framework of public policy


Preliminary findings

Preliminary findings

  • The outcomes of the working groups.

  • Colloquium with national experts and two international experts: Boyd Cohen (Territory University of Chile) and Aaron Kelley (Metropoli Foundation).


Conclusions and recommendations

Conclusions and Recommendations

  • The policy must be articulated with policies on sustainable development.

  • To be smart is a condition for sustainability but is not sufficient.


Conclusions and recommendations1

Conclusions and Recommendations

  • There is not a consensus on the contribution of ICT to the development of smart cities.

  • The policy must promote innovation as a condition of intelligence and sustainability.


Conclusions and recommendations2

Conclusions and Recommendations

  • The policy must cover all critical subsystems of the city and promote their progressive articulation.


Many thanks for your attention

Many thanks for your attention

e-mail:[email protected]

www.observatics.edu.co


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