Smart Cities aimed to create an innovation network between governments and academia in six countries to promote excellence in the domain of e-services (development and take-up) in order to set a new standard for e-service delivery in the whole North Sea Region.
The transnational working method (pooling expertise and joint model development) was proposed to equip decision-makers to achieve further innovation in the delivery of e-enabled public services.
Smart Cities was also represented in the DANS cluster project (Interreg IVB North-Sea region).
- Development of e-service platform with the potential to be shared across the North Sea Region in the domain of service-delivery, wireless service and take-up services
- Implementation of innovative e-public services, such as joint pilot services channels, blue-tooth services for public transport, online forms in mobile phones and wireless city services
- Development of common interface standards, practical indicators and management instruments to survey and guarantee e-service delivery
- Co-design of public mobile services aimed at efficiency, cost-saving and participation with attention for e-inclusion
- Establishment of a transnational network of North Sea e-Government leaders and an academic research network.
atene KOM responsibilities
- Project and financial management of the two German project partners
- Development of new participatory processes by users of innovative e-government services
- Support with testing new participatory processes and e-services
Interreg IV B North Sea Region Programme (2007 – 2013)
atene KOM responsibilities:
Project and financial management; participation processes
2008 – 2012