In València, the Integrated Platform of Electronic Administration (PIAE) is meant to provide citizencentric digital public services. Within a year of its launch, the city has digitised over 1.8 million files, cutting the need for paperwork by 70%. PIAE has thus helped the city save €170 million.
València considers networking a priority, especially in the field of public-private partnerships. The Local Innovation Pact initiative seeks to promote cooperation and coordination between key local experts in research and development (universities, research centres, business associations, chamber of commerce, etc.).
València is the first city in Europe to collect all municipal information on a single platform based on the FI-WARE standard.
First in Spain to centralise all of its municipal information through a smart city technological solution in 2014.
* Commitment presented by València to the EIP-SCC
There are more than 60 city councils that work together in 5 smart city areas.
Meeting point for the municipalities that have obtained the”City of Science and Innovation” distinction.
Requirements, guidelines, techniques, indicators and tools that contribute to the development of intelligent communities.
Initiative supported by the European Commission which brings together cities, industry, SMEs, banks, research and other agents of the city.
Private non-profit organization whose mission is to promote innovation as an engine of economic and social development. It has about 60 employers, between private companies and administrations at the regional and local levels.
The Open & Agile Smart Cities Initiative (OASC) is a non-profit, city-based organization. The overall goal is to create a Smart City market.
CIVITAS Forum Network for the exchange of ideas and experiences on mobility with other cities.
It commits cities on reducing emissions through ICTs and promoting progress in combating climate change through the innovative use of digital technologies in cities.
Uraía Platform was born of collaboration between two international institutions working to improve the quality of urban life throughout the world: UN-Habitat and the Global Fund for the Development of Cities (FMDV).