TRP Response to Hong Kong consultation paper on Smart City Priorities

TRP Response to Hong Kong consultation paper on Smart City Priorities

TRP Director Dr John Ure submitted a response to the Government Chief Information Officer’s invitation for members of the public to provide feedback on its Smart City recommendations available at https://www.smartcity.gov.hk/.

The TRP‘s response authored by Dr John Ure is available here.

Commissioned by the Government, the consultant studied the formulation of the overall development framework of the Hong Kong Smart City Blueprint, and submitted the report to the Government in late June. The full report and the executive summary have been uploaded to the dedicated portal mentioned above.
Recommendations of the report cover six areas, namely “Smart Mobility”, “Smart Living”, “Smart Environment”, “Smart People”, “Smart Government” and “Smart Economy”.
The Government will take into consideration views collected in order to formulate a smart city blueprint for Hong Kong.

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