The mechanism of governance is a mechanism that encompasses training and guidance services and legislative work, which provides a common understanding, coordination and collaboration within and between institutions and to manage policies together and interactively within the frame of structure and architecture while Smart Cities Strategy and Action Plan is being developed.
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- Helps to prevent communication accidents
- Increases ownership
- Prevents duplicate work.
- Aims at the development of smart city industry by investing and resource utilization, efficient use of resources in the construction, maintenance and / or improvement of smart cities, and proper financing methods and investments.
- Contributes to the understanding of the obstacles and difficulties in the financing and procurement of smart city projects and works and the opportunities in this area
- Provides coordination among stakeholders and increases collaboration and sharing of information between stakeholders.
- Provides a holistic approach to the planning and implementation of work.
- Provides time management by identifying roles and responsibilities and correct use of the workforce
It is the creation of a Smart City Enterprise Architecture, taking into consideration the international standards, methodologies and references defined in the area of smart cities and good practice examples. Morgen City Lab-Prague is an example of smart city architecture, which aims to develop the strategy of Prague using a specific framework for the Prague 2050 objectives, extract the city profile, and determine the precautions to be taken with its needs.
The data sharing platform is a platform in which data are exchanged in accordance with the format and criteria specified by the data in terms of data sharing policies, data privacy and security. Example: data.gov.tr in United Kingdom
- Smart City Coordination Organization
It is the creation of an organizational structure that harbors sufficient human resources with technical equipment within the framework of interoperability and cooperation principles by determining roles and responsibilities from a holistic perspective in order to provide coordination for smart city projects. Example: Smart London Plan in United Kingdom
- No interoperability habits between the private sector and the public
- Reluctance to share data among ecosystem stakeholders
- No standards set for data sharing
- Inadequate and / or incorrect use of resources allocated to smart cities
- Inability to make innovations for needs in local governments
- Challenges in creating a welfare environment for smart city investment
- Having duplicate projects resulting from lack of interagency coordination and cooperation
- Inability to perform monitoring and evaluation of projects and change management