Case Studies ( I )

City name must contain
Agency name must contain
All |
# (1) | 2 (1) | 6 (1) | A (2) | B (7) | C (14) | D (5) | E (2) | F (1) | G (6) | I (6) | J (1) | K (1) | L (3) | M (8) | N (2) | O (3) | P (8) | R (4) | S (26)

InnoCité MTL is the first business accelerator created especially for entrepreneurs who want to collaborate on smart city development, with the aim of implementing solutions for urban issues and challenges. Launched in 2015, the initiative is part of the City of Montréal’s smart and digital action plan for 2015-2017.

Anyang, a 600 000 population city near Seoul is developing international recognition on its smart city project that has been implemented incrementally since 2003. This initiative began with the Bus Information System to enhance citizen's convenience at first, and has been expanding its domain into wider Intelligent Transport System as well as crime and disaster prevention in an integrated manner.

Songdo, as part of Incheon Free Economic Zone, is an iconic new smart city of Korea that hosts international business events and attract IT, bio-tech and R&D facilities. Its smart city initiative began in 2008 and is still ongoing with the aim for completion by 2017.

Goiania, the capital of the State of Goias, is the sixth-largest city in Brazil by area and the tenth most populous municipality, with a population of approximately 1.5 million (Census 2018). Located in the central part of the state and the country, it is the 13th most populous metropolitan region in Brazil, with over 2.5 million inhabitants. It was planned and built to be the political and administrative capital of the State of Goias.

Amsterdam Smart City (ASC) is an innovation platform where an active online and offline community exchanges knowledge for the future quality of living in the city.

The freeway traffic management system (FTMS) of Seoul’s urban expressway was first designed by the Seoul Development Institute (currently known as Seoul Institute) in the mid-1990s, and implemented in the 18 km leg of Olympic Expressway in July 1997. After six-month operation as pilot project, the FTMS was used in earnest since February 1998.