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Being a smart city is not the goal, but what is? A quantitative and qualitative analysis of smart city strategies in 13 cities in Flanders, Belgium

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The Smart Flanders program was initiated by the Flemish Government (Belgium) at the start of 2017. The goal of the program is to support the 13 so-called center cities in the Region (by and large the biggest cities) and a representation of the Flemish Community in the Brussels Region with defining and implementing a common open data policy. As part of the program, a “maturity check” was performed, evaluating the cities on a number of quantitative and qualitative parameters. This exercise included finding a common and workable vision on what it means to be smart, from the perspective of these cities.

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Walravens, Nils, et al. “Being a Smart City Is Not the Goal, but What Is? A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of Smart City Strategies in 13 Cities in Flanders, Belgium.” 2019 CTTE-FITCE: Smart Cities & Information and Communication Technology (CTTE-FITCE), IEEE, 2019.
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Walravens, N., Van Compernolle, M., Waeben, J., & Colpaert, P. (2019). Being a smart city is not the goal, but what is? A quantitative and qualitative analysis of smart city strategies in 13 cities in Flanders, Belgium. In 2019 CTTE-FITCE: Smart Cities & Information and Communication Technology (CTTE-FITCE). Ghent, Belgium: IEEE.
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Walravens, Nils, Mathias Van Compernolle, Jan Waeben, and Pieter Colpaert. 2019. “Being a Smart City Is Not the Goal, but What Is? A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of Smart City Strategies in 13 Cities in Flanders, Belgium.” In 2019 CTTE-FITCE: Smart Cities & Information and Communication Technology (CTTE-FITCE). IEEE.
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Walravens, Nils, Mathias Van Compernolle, Jan Waeben, and Pieter Colpaert. 2019. “Being a Smart City Is Not the Goal, but What Is? A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of Smart City Strategies in 13 Cities in Flanders, Belgium.” In 2019 CTTE-FITCE: Smart Cities & Information and Communication Technology (CTTE-FITCE). IEEE.
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Walravens N, Van Compernolle M, Waeben J, Colpaert P. Being a smart city is not the goal, but what is? A quantitative and qualitative analysis of smart city strategies in 13 cities in Flanders, Belgium. In: 2019 CTTE-FITCE: Smart Cities & Information and Communication Technology (CTTE-FITCE). IEEE; 2019.
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N. Walravens, M. Van Compernolle, J. Waeben, and P. Colpaert, “Being a smart city is not the goal, but what is? A quantitative and qualitative analysis of smart city strategies in 13 cities in Flanders, Belgium,” in 2019 CTTE-FITCE: Smart Cities & Information and Communication Technology (CTTE-FITCE), Ghent, Belgium, 2019.
@inproceedings{8630408,
  abstract     = {The Smart Flanders program was initiated by the Flemish Government (Belgium) at the start of 2017. The goal of the program is to support the 13 so-called center cities in the Region (by and large the biggest cities) and a representation of the Flemish Community in the Brussels Region with defining and implementing a common open data policy. As part of the program, a “maturity check” was performed, evaluating the cities on a number of quantitative and qualitative parameters. This exercise included finding a common and workable vision on what it means to be smart, from the perspective of these cities.},
  author       = {Walravens, Nils and Van Compernolle, Mathias and Waeben, Jan and Colpaert, Pieter},
  booktitle    = {2019 CTTE-FITCE: Smart Cities & Information and Communication Technology (CTTE-FITCE)},
  isbn         = {9781728121215},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Ghent, Belgium},
  pages        = {5},
  publisher    = {IEEE},
  title        = {Being a smart city is not the goal, but what is? A quantitative and qualitative analysis of smart city strategies in 13 cities in Flanders, Belgium},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/CTTE-FITCE.2019.8894821},
  year         = {2019},
}

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