Oraşul inteligent – proces colaborativ de adaptare şi inovare
Florina Filip, Adrian Alexandru Ciobanu, Monica Cherecheş
Rezumat/Abstract. The engine of urban transformation involves different cycles of unitary innovation and engineering that have objectives, resources, deadlines and priorities. The actors most often involved are: local administrations - which set priorities, challenges for competitiveness, sustainability and social inclusion, elaborate and implement urban development policies and make urban planning plans; research institutes and companies in the technological field that can offer technological solutions and facilities for testing and experimenting social innovations. The technological dimension, representing a space with multiple opportunities and within an urban innovation ecosystem, requires innovation environments, communities and stakeholders within the urban value system, who will play various roles. There is an obvious need for cooperation with citizen groups, local government, technology providers and other actors to develop, make prototypes, validate solutions that are truly in the interest of citizens and the city. Particularly important are the public-private partnerships for the development of projects aimed at urban development, for example in the field of social innovation, job creation, environmental problems, transport optimization, and many others. Therefore, the discussion on the development of the city should not be limited to immediate solutions related to infrastructure, social services or prosperity, but should pay greater attention to it’s built heritage, it’s conservation and upgrading.
Cuvinte cheie/Key words: urban challenges, smart city implementation, stakeholder's visions
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