The Smart Cities and Social Governance: Guide to Participatory Indicator Development is the product of a year-long project in the Bihai and Huizhan Neighbourhoods in Guiyang. The project engaged local residents in setting community priorities, and created a multistakeholder process to enlist input from experts and government officials in establishing a set of indicators that can track those priorities using available data.Read More
Smart Cities Library™ is Now Online! The Smart Cities Library™ is a premier online resource that helps private, and public organizations build and refine accessible and inclusive smart cities that ensure no citizen is left behind or excluded. The Smart Cities Library™ includes breaking news, maturity models, best practices, roadmaps, e-books, and other Smart City solutions highly curated and cataloged…Read More
PROJECTS & EVENTS FULL-SCALE EXPERIMENT IN THE SOUTH OF PARIS DEDALE and the Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris associated in 2007 in order to transform this site and its exceptional architectural heritage into a laboratory of urban, social and digital innovation. At the border the city of Paris and its suburbs, this experiment experiment is part of a strategy to enhance the South of…Read More
Growing urbanisation, sustainable development, digital challenge, users’ involvement, economic and cultural attractiveness, governance are part of the main stakes cities have to tackle. To face this plural urban reality, it has become necessary to find adapted means to conceive cities and territorial development. A better consideration of the uses, the creation of real consultation methods have priority.
Thus, the new processes to imagine have to respond to a main stake: to restructure urban places to live and to invent a creative, sustainable and citizen–centred city.Read More
Accueil DEDALE | INITIATEUR DE SMARTCITY Dédale est une agence européenne consacrée à l’innovation urbaine et sociale. Dédale s’intéresse tout particulièrement à l’innovation et aux nouveaux usages dans des domaines en mutation tels que l’urbanisme, la culture, le tourisme, le développement durable, la participation citoyenne ou encore l’éducation. En pointe sur les questions d’innovation urbaine, son champ d’activité…Read More
Accueil BLOG “Territoires Aléatoires” – 16 décembre 2013 à la Cité internationale lundi 9 décembre 2013 Dinah Bird et Jean-Philippe Renoult en résidence à la CiuP lundi 24 juin 2013 HERITAGE EXPERIENCE Dispositif multimédia interactif et immersif offrant aux visiteurs une lecture sensible du territoire de la Cité internationale universitaire de Paris. en savoir + …Read More
The Global Alliance on Accessible Technologies and Environments (GAATES) is the leading international organization dedicated to the promotion of accessibility of the built and virtual environments and to promoting the Guiding Principles of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), adopted in December 2006.Read More
Americans depend on more than 4,500 federal websites to access critical government services and information, but a report from the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation finds of 91 percent of the most popular agency websites are failing to perform well in at least one key performance metric.
The second edition of ITIF’s “Benchmarking U.S. Government Websites” report follows up and expands on the initial ITIF report released in March. The organization tested 469 websites using publicly available tools for page-load speed, mobile friendliness, security and accessibility.
“As more people go online for public services and as security threats continue to evolve, it is important for federal websites to be more convenient, accessible, and secure,” ITIF research fellow Galia Nurko said. “This report shows a significant amount of work left to be done to modernize federal websites and ensure that, as technology advances, federal websites improve in turn.”Read More
Projections from the United Nations state that by 2050 two-thirds of the world’s population will live in cities. As our metropolises continue to become smarter through technical innovation, we must make sure that the UK becomes a leader in accessibility, and prioritise the installation of smart lifts.Read More