Thanks to its contacts and relations with local and national government bodies, Torino Wireless is able to identify and plan a Smart City roadmap, to allow dialogue and create networking spaces with and between different stakeholders.
Furthermore, through its role within the National Technological Cluster, Torino Wireless could explore capabilities for the re-use, replicability and sharing of best practices regarding Smart City solutions at a national level by involving different Italian cities, in particular the ones that are partners in the SmartCommunitiesTech: Rome, Florence, Venice, Milan, Genoa and Reggio Emilia.
In 2012, Torino Wireless was asked, by the City of Turin, to become a partner of its initiative to meet the "Smart City" challenge of the European Community. Torino Wireless was appointed to run the SMILE project (Smart Mobility, Inclusion, Life&Health, Energy) to develop the Master Plan for Torino Smart City: a model that will help Turin define priorities and projects regarding the main topics of a smart city: mobility, energy, e-government, social inclusion, life and health.
With the involvement of 350 individuals from 170 organisations (companies, Universities/Research Centres and associations), Torino Wireless formed and coordinated 6 workgroups with experts coming from Torino City, from R&D Insititutes, from Private Companies and from other relevant players for each specific domain.
The Foundation carried out a benchmarking and analyses of specific local opportunities, analysed business and sustainability models and delivered a document containing:
Internet of Things, Cloud Computing, Business Process Management and Business Intelligence, Multimedia and Digital Creativity.
Mobility, security, health, energy, education, culture and tourism, e-government.
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