IRIS project partner, the Municipality of Alexandroupolis recently renewed and underlined their commitment to CO2 reduction as part of the Covenant of Mayors.
IRIS published another open access paper. In this study we reviewed business model development frameworks and developed a practical tool to help cities assess business models by adapting components of the Business Model Canvas (BMC) and adding new ones that operationalize the smart city dimensions.
Watch our webinar on December 17th at 9:00 CET.
Turning smart city ambitions into partnerships and investment plans is a challenging path. To inspire and guide cities in this process, IRIS Smart Cities spoke with three people who made it happen in Utrecht: Muriel Pels and Inge van de Klundert from Municipality of Utrecht and Carolien van Hemel of Utrecht Sustainability Institute.
Early October 2019, a number of councilors from the municipality of Utrecht visited Kanaleneiland-Zuid, a neighborhood hosting many of the IRIS project’s sustainable and co-creation initiatives.
The Future Today Institute (FTI) 2019 tech trends report analyses emerging science and technology shaping our world, including 16 indicators dedicated to smart cities. Issued earlier this year, we almost missed this insight filled report; but couldn’t agree more with IRIS lighthouse cities featuring heavily in the global top 50. Gothenburg on the podium at #2, Utrecht #16 and Nice at #37.
IRIS is working to make urban environments better places for citizens and the planet. Our five transition tracks identify universal challenges for smart cities, with 16 solutions in development to overcome them. Mobility is one of our key areas of action.
Free webinar. Discover the world’s first AC bidirectional charging network for electric vehicles, how it is being implemented and rapidly scaled up.
With 2775 hours of sunshine a year, Iris test bed in Nice, France is naturally capitalising on solar power for the Mediterranean Institute of Risk, Environment and Sustainable Development’s (IMREDD) new flagship building.
Our first Open Access paper is now available. In this specific study we introduce a holistic framework for determining a repository of key performance indicators (KPIs) that are able to evaluate both business-as-usual and novel technologies and services related to smart city solutions.
The framework includes six steps: