Outcomes

D1.1 REPORT OF BEST PRACTICES ON SMART SUSTAINABLE CITIES IN LATIN AMERICA

The purpose of this deliverable is to document the process of identifying and mapping initiatives on Smart Sustainable Cities in Latin America and to present the findings through a standard template. The research focuses not only in describing the initiatives themselves, but also on the organizational structures and roles involved in planning. 

Data collection from SSC case studies was made by Latin American partners who were asked to conduct a systematic research in order to fill the instrument provided by the work package leaders. Qualitative analysis was performed for data analysis, allowing categorization of data and comparative analysis. 

The research identified 12 SSC related initiatives in Latin America cities. Among them, three cities from Colombia (Bogota, Medellin and Bucaramanga), three from Argentina (Buenos Aires, Vicente Lopez and Rosario), two from Brazil (Curitiba and São Paulo), two from Chile (Santiago and Antofagasta), one from Uruguay (Montevideo) and one from Panama (Panama City). These cases are presented in detail in this document making it possible to create a starting point for further analysis and work packages. 

Submitted final version: 17.05.2019 

Language: EN 

Internal document, restricted to the consortium.

D1.2 REPORT OF GENERAL COMPETENCIES NEEDED FOR  SMART SUSTAINABLE CITIES 

This report documents general competencies required by all personnel working within city administration as well as business or non-profit organizations concerning planning, development and management Smart Sustainable Cities.

Submitted final version: 36.10.2019 

Language: EN 

Internal document, restricted to the consortium.

D1.3 REPORT ON SSC- RELATED EDUCATION PROGRAMMES IN THE HEIs IN LATIN AMERICA

The purpose of this report is to document the process of identifying and describing the SSC education programs offered by HEIs in Latin America, which aim to build general and specific functions of the SSC. The educational programs were investigated through a uniform instrument, from which the most relevant courses were analyzed and selected. 

From this study, it was possible to address the main curriculum subjects offered by Latin American institutions regarding SSC educational programs and possible gaps in education. The competencies expected for the egress students were also highlighted. 

Submitted final version: 10.06.2019 

Language: EN 

Internal document, restricted to the consortium 

D1.4 DATABASE OF SMART SUSTAINABLE CITY- RELATED EDUCATION PROGRAMS

This deliverable comprises the database of Smart Sustainable City-related education programs offered by the HEI, including those associated with SSC initiatives/best practices, to build general and roles-specific competencies for SSC. The education programs are recorded using a uniform template and are described in the accompanying report (D1.3). The report also includes a basic statistical analysis of the case studies. The database is available for all Partners as inputs for creating new ICT-based learning and teaching tools and will be used during the training of the trainer’s seminars. 

Submitted final version: 15.05.2019 

Language: EN 

Internal document, restricted to the consortium

D1.5 DATABASE OF SMART SUSTAINABLE CITY- RELATED EDUCATION CONTENT

The database in Deliverable 1.5 comprises various contents aggregated in order to accompany and enhance the information included in the Deliverable 1.2. It is organized within an Excel workbook and contains a number of worksheets including e.g.: SSC case studies, SSC educational programs, SSC-related literature and multimedia materials, SSC job opportunities. Beyond such a complementary role, this database can be regarded as a handy reference to SSC-related data entities, a guide to relevant resources and structured input to further analyses. 

Language: EN 

Submitted final version: 26.10.2019 

Internal document, restricted to the consortium 

GENERAL STATE OF CAP4CITY PROJECT – 2019 RESULTS

Discover the results report for 2019