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Glasgow City Council launches data hub to provide insight on how city operates

SURVEY: Smart cities: Are you open?

SmartCitiesWorld’s latest research, in partnership with uCIFI Alliance, focuses on openness and interoperability in smart cities.

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The pressure is on to speed up smart city deployment to tackle pressing challenges but there’s still plenty to figure out too. Decisions made now will have far-reaching implications for what’s possible in the future.

 

Our latest research survey is focused on openness and interoperability – we hope the insights gleaned will provide value for the entire smart city community.

 

We want to find out exactly how important openness and interoperability are when it comes to choosing smart city solutions, compared to other considerations. Which department within the city has the biggest say on this issue and how are procurement processes changing?

 

Which interoperability issues are you most concerned about and what issues have you already faced or avoided?

 

TAKE THE SURVEY

 

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