In a design competition organized by Huld Oy, a digital solution is being designed to use spatial information about the movement of Vaasa’s citizens.
Is it possible to experience and engage with a neighbourhood that hasn't even been built yet? In Gothenburg, IRIS Smart City partners are using Minecraft to increase participation, connect with new audiences and shape even smarter solutions!
The City of Vaasa has embarked on a ground-breaking experiment as part of its ambitious program to become carbon neutral. It brings together all the data from its three biggest carbon emission sources – transportation, heating and electricity consumption – enabling the parties involved to scrutinise the impact of different actions on emission levels.
In this webinar and video presentation titled ‘A Paradigmatic Shift in Citizen Engagement’, Willem-Jan Renger of HKU University of the Arts Utrecht and Arno Peekel of the Utrecht Sustainability Institute take us through the 4 stages of citizen engagement, design systems thinking in cities, touchpoints and influencers. Discover the good, the bad and even the ugly of citizen engagement in sustainable district development!
A little more than a year ago I shared with you my reflections on the first year of the IRIS project. Now more than one year on the world around has changed… and so have our IRIS project results. A moment to share some key takeaways and valuable resources being made available.
Watch our webinar on March 24th to learn about the business model of the Mobility as a Service (MaaS) concept implemented in Gothenburg and the experience which derives from the implementation and the analysis of monitoring results. The webinar aims to accelerate the knowledge exchange by highlighting experiences and by connecting demonstrations.
Interview with Paolo Moura, Head of Innovation & Strategic Partnerships at Université Côte d'Azur - IMREDD
IRIS Smart Cities speaks with Mauritz Knuts of Vaasa Region Development Company and Co-Chair of a European working group on replicating smart city solutions about scaling up and transferring smart city technologies. Further insights and resources available at the end of this interview.
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.