Smart places: Why getting the governance right is vital to project success

Without clear, specific objectives, it can be difficult to get buy-in from the people who need to implement the solutions and those it impacts, making it harder to demonstrate the value or benefits of solutions, risking wasting money on the wrong things.
Often ‘smart’ solutions are aimed at improving existing services like waste management or public parking; however, without the necessary support of those responsible for delivering these services, it can be hard to persuade them to consider how ‘smart’ solutions would enhance their ‘tried and tested’ practices.
Understanding the challenge(s)
Every place is unique and to stand the greatest chance of success…

read more on »

Recent Posts