The SHAR-LLM project will allow the cities of London, Lisbon and Milan to develop and implement ten goals that will turn them into smart cities and help roll out the concept all over Europe.
The SHAR-LLM project has four key objectives.
• To achieve scale in the European smart cities market by proving that properly designed smart city solutions can be integrated in complex urban environments. This will be done in a way that exhibits their true potential and allows for the significant scale-up and consequent increase in social, economic and environmental value.
• To adopt a digital first approach which proves the extent to which ICT integration can improve and connect up existing infrastructure, as well as the design and running of new city infrastructure. This will also allow for the creation of a new set of next stage digital services which will help citizens make better and beneficial choices around energy efficiency and mobility.
• To accelerate the market to understand, develop and trial business, investment and governance models, essential for the true aggregation and replication of smart city solutions in cities.
• To share and collaborate for society in order to respond to increasing demand for participation, to enhance mechanisms for citizens’ engagement and to improve local governments' capacity for policy making and service delivery through collaboration and co-design. This will result in outcomes that are better for citizens, businesses and visitors.