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100000000000045000000221B4ACF9CCThe European Commission is expected to invest around €200m to create ‘Smart Cities’ in the next two years.

For more than 75% of EU citizens their city is their home – it is where they mostly live, work, and play. Cities are the major source of European economic activity and of innovation. But the global economy is developing and changing fast and European cities need to rise to new challenges and develop and improve. Our cities are also a major source of greenhouse gases and local pollution and we need concerted action to put this right. We can and we should make cities better places to live and to work in. Our cities can become cleaner and healthier and use less energy. They can be ‘Smart Cities’.

스마트 시티는 현대 기술 서비스와 인프라, 현대적인 업무 방식과 금융 조달 방식을 가장 잘 활용하여 그곳에 거주하는 사람들의 일상 생활과 부와 고용을 창출하는 기업의 실질적인 개선을 이룩하는 도시입니다. 디지털 단일 시장 구축에 대한 기여는 24월 XNUMX일 유럽이사회에서 논의될 유럽연합 집행위원회 부위원장 Neelie Kroes가 주도하는 핵심 의제 중 하나입니다.

The Smart Cities and Communities Partnership, who are meeting today in Brussels, brings together city leaders, industry and the research community working to identify and then to deliver, new ways of improving European cities in a more joined up way. The Smart Cities Partnership Strategic Implementation Plan sets out a broad range of new actions and approaches to encourage our cities to become smarter. The plan concentrates on how to drive forward improvement in buildings and planning, new information technologies, transport and energy, and new ways of integrating these areas. These approaches include a presumption that data be “open by default” – meaning that the data can be re-used by others to create additional benefits for citizens, businesses and governments.

이 계획은 또한 시민을 참여시키는 더 나은 방법과 보다 협력적인 방식으로 도시를 운영하는 방식에 대한 개선을 제안합니다. 이는 혁신 구역, 새로운 비즈니스 모델, 규칙 및 법률의 재평가, 데이터 수집 및 사용에 대한 보다 표준화된 접근 방식을 제안하여 접근 방식과 도시 간 더 나은 비교를 가능하게 합니다.

This is just the beginning of a large scale programme of work by all the partners and many others. An important part of that work will be the “Lighthouse Projects” – cities which will demonstrate and deliver Smart City solutions on a large scale. These Projects will be partly financed by the European Commission’s Horizon 2002 Research Funds. Further business and public funding will help to spread these new solutions to other cities and economies of scale will help to make these “innovative” and “high tech” solutions the norm – available more easily to all cities and neighbourhoods.

The High Level Group of the European Innovation Partnership for Smart Cities and Communities has today adopted the Partnership’s ‘Strategic Implementation Plan’ (SIP). The plan will serve as the basis for speeding up the deployment of Smart City solutions in Europe. A facilitator for any city becoming smart and developing innovative services in this sense is if they can rely on fast, reliable and secure networks that ensure high quality connectivity.

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The SIP is drafted by – and based on a thorough consultation of – a great variety of actors from industry, cities, civil society and research. It focuses on three specific areas: sustainable districts, sustainable urban mobility, and integrated infrastructures across energy, ICT and transport. It proposes a variety of actions to drive forward improvements in these areas. These include a common set of Smart City standards, “open data by default”, new ways of designing planning solutions, the creation of “innovation zones”, new business models and improving collaborative governance mechanisms dedicated to integrated city planning and management.

성공적인 프로그램을 위해서는 공공 부문과 민간 부문이 지역, 국가 및 EU 수준에서 긴밀하게 협력해야 합니다. SIP는 이러한 협력의 첫 번째 결과이며 이제 우리 시민들에게 실질적인 개선을 제공하는 실제 프로젝트를 개발하는 과제가 생겼습니다.

이러한 프로젝트에는 상호 약속이 필요합니다.

  • To kick-start projects, the Commission intends to support large, integrated, interdisciplinary and highly visible “Lighthouse Projects” through Horizon2020 funds, with the aim to develop common successful solutions that can be replicated in a large number of cities. In the mid-term, the roll out of successful solutions will be facilitated further across Europe also through regional funds. In addition, the Commission will invest (in cooperation with other organisations) in activities to promote the exchange of know-how and build capacities concerning Smart City activities. The Commission will also ensure that this is linked with on-going and future work to improve framework conditions, for example in regulation, in standardisation and in evaluation/ progress monitoring.
  • High Level Group의 모든 구성원은 스마트 시티 솔루션에 배포된 기술에 대한 개방형 표준 및 공통 데이터 형식을 개발 및 사용하고 시스템 전반의 상호 운용성을 보장하기 위해 노력합니다. 모든 회원은 소비자의 개인 정보를 완전히 존중하고 합법적인 비즈니스 이익을 보호하는 동시에 제XNUMX자도 관련 데이터에 액세스할 수 있도록 하고, 세 부문에 걸쳐 이해관계자에게 통합된 정책 접근 방식을 제공하기 위해 동등하게 노력합니다.

Any city, company, association, government or research body is invited to join the commitments of the High Level Group. The European Innovation Partnership will launch an open call for ‘Smart City and Community Commitments’ in early 2014, which should lead to the deployment of smart city solutions that achieve a triple bottom line gain for Europe: better quality of life for our citizens, more competitive industry and SMEs, and more sustainable energy, transport and ICT systems and infrastructures.

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