Guideline principles: • Urban Mobility and a smart city framework • Bridging Digital Divide • Government Modernization • Dig. Literacy for Inclusive Communities

Initiatives: • capacity for data analytics • dashboards to track progress on key city priorities • mobility data management program • curbside management pilot • Smart City privacy policy • “pizza tracker” tool for managing workflows for internal processes • testing strategy for new digital engagement and feedback tools • data sharing policy and tools to make it easier for travelers to access mobility data • on-demand transit pilot • public safety pilot • critical connected infrastructure backups • smart city sensor (and building) program • street light infrastructure • IoT approval process (S.17+S.45)


“focused on providing solutions for their residents and businesses, not on technology and innovation” (S.5) “The foundation of smart cities is a focus on residents through connectivity, data and collaboration” (S.5)

Key areas: • Vision Zero and Transportation/Mobility  • Homelessness  • Affordable Housing  • Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness  • Quality of Life  • Equity  • Good Government  • Economic Development(S.7)


•  Mayor’s Five Point Local Manufacturing PlanU.S. Conference of Mayors In Support of Guiding Principles for 21st Century Smart Cities •  White House Smart Cities Initiative launch and Fact Sheet •  DOT Smart City Challenge materials including San Francisco proposal •  President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) report Technology and the Future of Cities •  New York City’s Guidelines for the Internet of Things


Strong focus on values and convictions (S.6)

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PCAST Cities Report _ FINAL.pdf


DRAFT - Strategic Vision for Smart Cities and the Internet of Things.pdf