Smart city has become a buzzword in urban development strategy and is considered to be one of the most powerful tools to deal with contemporary challenges (climate changes, energy efficiency, social inclusion and welfare) and to attract investment. Its objective is to offer best conditions to develop new welfare and business models, to guarantee better governance and to increase citizens’ quality of life, their digital health, security and personal safety. Cities, in this vision, become platforms where major building blocks such as energy & transport networks, ICT networks and tools, active citizenship, existing infrastructure/institutions, city planning and law enforcement have to be glued together into a dynamic system able to respond to diverse flows of information. The round table will be an occasion to explore, decipher and better understand the complexity of smart city with a particular attention to the regulatory aspects of its implementation.
Leonardo CAMICIOTTI, Top-IX
Laura ORESTANO, SocialFare| Centre for Social Innovation
Graziella ROCCELLA, Planet The Smart City
Andrea SBANDATI, CISPEL Toscana | City Councillor
Marco ZAPPALORTO, Nesta Italia Launch Director
Chiara APPENDINO, Major, City of Turin
Guillaume LAVOIE, City Councillor, City of Montreal & Lecturer | National School of Public Administration
Meltem BAGIS AKKAYA, Chief Competition Expert |Turkish Competition Authority
Introduction and Conclusion: Franco BECCHIS, Scientific Director | Turin School of Local Regulation
Chair: Monica POSTIGLIONE, Turin School of Local Regulation
Participation is free. To register to the round table please send an email to email@example.com within September 6th.
|The event is organized in the framework of the 20th International Summer School on Regulation of Local Public Services|
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