Tool: Bee Smart City Solution Database
The bee smart city Smart City Solution Database recently launched with nearly 350 solutions for cities to explore for government innovations.
The Bee Smart City (bee smart city) Smart City Solution Database has nearly 350 solutions for smart city practitioners to explore. The purpose, according to the announcement, is to accelerate the development of smart cities.
The free-to-access database has been designed as a support tool for cities that connects them to technology providers and potential partners. The tool is also for learning -- the database can help identify and replicate smart city solutions.
“Cities and municipalities across the globe can learn from each other and adapt best practice solutions to create more livable and prosperous places for their citizens," said Bart Gorynski, managing partner at bee smart city.
The solutions in the data have been implemented in more than 100 cities around the world, according to the company. Each solution contains an about introduction and problem, aim, approach, cost and results sections along with links to more information.
There are also smart city profiles, like Espoo, Finland, which is working on several smart city initiatives, including the development of a School-as-a-Service model that could transform the way a school is defined and delivered. A strategy insights portal is also available for bee city smart registrants, and cities and companies can add their solutions and initiatives.
About bee smart city
bee smart city is a digital startup established by experienced professionals and smart city experts to accelerate the development of prosperous and livable smart cities and communities around the globe. The smart city market is currently neither transparent nor digitalized. bee smart city provides an efficient tool set for smart city analysis and for facilitating collaboration and the successful implementation of the best smart city solutions available. bee smart city greatly increases transparency and the visibility of cities, companies and other smart city actors.