Results from a Smart City Asset Research commissioned by the European Investment Bank

Last year, a group of students from Sciences Po Paris conducted a research on Smart City Assets. The project was commissioned by the EIB Institute, a non-profit organisation from the EIB Group, operating as the European Union’s investment arm. The purpose of this survey was to help the EIB Group provide Smart City promoters with more targeted support from its lending and advising activities around the world. Here under are the results of the research.

With the goal to establish this recurring research as a reference for urban stakeholders, the project is pursued for the second time this year. For those who have participated in a Smart City project, we would greatly appreciate if you could answer this year’s survey (estimate: 12 minutes). You can find it at the following link:

2018 Report.pdf (1.6 MB)

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Francois LeGuillou

interesting insights. I'm looking forward to helping municipalities move towards the build-own-operate model