2. Landscapes of Smart Practices
2.2. Characteristics of Smart Cities
2.3. Smart City Models and Dimensions
3. Data and Methods
4.1. Smartpotia Gimpo
4.1.1. The Motivation Behind Smart Cities
4.1.2. Building a Platform: Smartopia Center
4.1.3. Structures and Strategies
- A clear vision and goals which are known to the public
- Public–private partnerships
- Communication and cooperation with citizens
- Sharing of information
- Standardization and globalization
4.1.4. Policy Implications
4.2. Namyangju 4.0 Innovation
4.2.1. More on the Motivation Behind Smart Cities
4.2.2. Building a Process: NYJ 4.0 “Smart Cycle”
- Collect relevant data from NJY or other governmental and nongovernmental sources;
- Analyze the data to understand the nature of the policy problem or the issue to resolve;
- Administer an initial solution and collect data on its impact;
- Analyze the feedback data and revise and re-administer the solution.
4.2.3. Operations and Strategies
4.2.4. Policy Implications
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Informed Consent Statement
Data Availability Statement
Conflicts of Interest
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