BENI PUBBLICI E SVILUPPO URBANO. IL PROGETTO “SMART CITIES LIVING LAB”

Nicola Boccella, Irene Salerno

Abstract


This paper aims at analyzing the recent experiences implemented in the context of the “Smart Cities” development, with particular reference to the use and enjoyment of public goods and urban development. The focus is on the “Smart Cities Living Lab” project, which had as its backdrop the City of Syracuse. In July 2013, Syracuse was the winner of the “Smart Cities Living Lab” selection, created as a result of an agreement signed by the National Research Council (CNR) and the National Association of Italian Municipalities (ANCI). As part of this initiative they have been tested methodologies and innovative solutions to enhance a peculiar area and an urban environment of Syracuse, named Ortigia, where important public goods are located. The experience marked a significant advance in the transformation process of the image - but also of the urban environment - of the Ortigia Island, in favor of a better accessibility to its space and its cultural heritage.



DOI: http://dx.medra.org/10.19254/LaborEst.10.07


Keywords


Technological Innovations, Smart Cities Living Laboratory, Public Goods, Sustainable Urban Development

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