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 for each province and the Brussels region — as well as diversity in the subjects covered — each dimension of “Smart City” is represented at least once (Smart Economy, Smart Mobility, Smart Environment, Smart People, Smart Living, Smart Governance).

The findings highlight the major challenges of “smart city” development in Belgium and propose concrete recommendations to facilitate the transition of our territory towards more sustainability and smartness.

The findings are available below:

Rapport Smart City Institute – Novembre 2015 (FR)
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Synthèse (FR)
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Executive Summary (FR)
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Synthesis (EN)
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Executive Summary (EN)
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Samenvatting (NL)
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Executive Summary (NL)
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