The main output of the project was a methodology for Czech cities how to develop the concept of Smart cities.
The project defines requirements and indicators for all the three levels of smart cities concept in several technical domains. The political level focuses on picking-up exemplary European cities and their activities that can make the city and its investments more efficient and multi purpose (e.g. the city of Vienna with its energy consumption, citizens´ participation or dedicated public space for testing smart systems). The social level brings the tools for better communication to citizens and their active involvement into the city development. The indicators for crowdsourcing and crowdfunding tools are worked out for both mobile and web forms as well as model programmes of investments into public space. The new phenomena "sharing economy" indicators and the potential of the city support are monitored as well. The technology level contains business models of smart technologies including technical requirements for public procurement, identification of potential European co-funding schemes, definitions of required expertise for project management and relevant purchase costs. All the known smart systems in the world are to be tackled as smart on street parking, smart waste management, smart public lights, smart monitoring of water, energy and gas consumption, intelligent transport systems and smart diagnostics of vehicles, smart buildings, smart social inclusion and social care, engineering buildings monitoring, smart monitoring of pollution and electric and telecommunication electromagnetic radiation, fire detection systems, environment conditions monitoring, smart grids, and others.
The national-wide methodology of implementation and development of the concepts of smart cities.