New publication for the Smart City Institute !

The Smart City Institute is proud to announce the publication of a new scientific paper by Jonathan Desdemoustier (researcher for the SCI until February 2019), in collaboration with Prof. Nathalie Crutzen (Academic Director of the SCI), Mario Cools (University of Liège - ULiège, ArGEnCo Department, Transport and Mobility) and Jacques Teller (University of Liège [...]

SMART CITY : Le Guide Pratique pour votre commune

Le 19 septembre 2017, à l’occasion du 2ème Salon Smart City Wallonia, le Smart City Institute dévoilera en exclusivité le premier Guide Pratique à destination des communes. Objectif : Accompagner les villes dans leurs démarches de transition pour devenir durables et intelligentes. […]

The state of development of Smart Cities in Belgium : a first statistical report

Smart Cities – First belgian barometer (FEB. 2017) This research relates the results of a quantitative research amongst Belgian municipalities. Pointing out key statistical observations, it provides the first scientific and quantitative state of the dynamics around the “Smart City” phenomenon in Belgium. The survey, conducted among 589 Belgian municipalities, is considered statistically representative of Belgian territorial and institutional realities (response rate = 19%). […]

The role of companies in “sustainable and smart city” initiatives in Belgium

The Smart City Institute is pleased to announce the publication of its second scientific report (in collaboration with The Shift). This scientific research aims at exploring the role of companies in "sustainable and smart city" initiatives in Belgium and it proposes a series of recommendations for key stakeholders. A summary as well as the report [...]

Smart Cities in Belgium: Qualitative analysis of 11 projects

The Smart City Institute has just published its first scientific report entitled : « Smart Cities in Belgium: Qualitative analysis of 11 projects » The research conducted in this report is qualitative in nature: eleven “Smart City” projects were studied in Belgium. The projects were selected in order to ensure geographical diversity — an initiative [...]