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La partecipazione pubblica rende le città digitali veramente intelligenti

Hamburg, Darmstadt 16 September 2016 | Involving the public is transforming the digital city into the smart city of the future. With the EU “smarticipate” project, the Fraunhofer Institute for Visual Computing IGD is centring its presentations at INTERGEO 2016 on getting city dwellers involved in planning and political decision-making processes. The specialist exhibition, three presentation slots at the INTERGEO conference, the INTERGEO report and the INTERGEO TV “Opinion Leader Talk” video format with Dr. Joachim Rix all focus on public participation through visualisation and interaction based on geographical data.

What transforms the digital city into the smart city? According to Dr. Joachim Rix from the Fraunhofer Institute for Visual Computing IGD, transparency and involving the general public in political decision-making and planning processes are key. “Current planning processes are linear, with administrative bodies planning, conducting discussions and making decisions. If the public, but also politicians, are given the right resources at an early stage to collectively drive forward decisions, this provides a completely fresh basis to shape processes, gain wider acceptance and ultimately create a sound footing for a sense of wellbeing in their city,” says Rix. The Fraunhofer IGD is heading up the “smarticipate” project, which is being funded by the European Commission. The participation platform is the centrepiece of the presentations by the Fraunhofer IGD in three topic slots at INTERGEO and the INTERGEO conference. 

Hamburg, Rome and London are committed to using smarticipate to involve residents 
Smarticipate is a pilot project in the cities of Hamburg, London and Rome that is set to be used throughout Europe in the future as a platform for supporting decision-making. The basis for decision-making processes is provided by the underlying data (including geographical data) supplied by the cities. The three cities are processing the sometimes extremely large and always heterogeneous volumes of data in such a way that members of the public and all stakeholders in the decision-making process are given a visual, easy to understand overview for information but also for interaction. As the host city for INTERGEO 2016 and a pioneer throughout Germany when it comes to the smart city,
Hamburg is a pilot city in smarticipate. It is using the platform as a tool for its residents to find locations for new trees in urban areas and collectively select types of trees. In Rome, smarticipate will help with decisions on new uses for empty buildings and identifying locations for urban gardening projects. London is going even further, with the aim of residents using available data as a basis to decide for themselves the issues where smarticipate can help.

Smarticipate at the specialist exhibition, in the conference programme and on screen
The Fraunhofer IGD is showcasing smarticipate at the INTERGEO conference. One presentation deals with a method for participation processes based on visual geoinformation. A second slot provides information on the smarticipate platform as a foundation for smart cities. And a third presentation reports on how cities rate the new approach to greater transparency and involvement. (Presentation category: Smart cities – supporting decision-making and involving inhabitants, Wednesday, 12 October from 4 p.m.) The Fraunhofer IGD is exhibiting at Stand E4.031 in Hall A2. You can also see Dr. Joachim Rix in the Opinion Leader Talk (www.intergeo-tv.com) and the next INTERGEO TV news programme (register at)

About INTERGEO 
INTERGEO, which consists of a conference and a trade fair, is the world’s largest event for geodesy, geoinformation and land management. It is held every year at different venues in Germany. The conference deals with current issues from politics, administration, science and industry, and had around 1,200 participants. At last year’s leading trade fair, more than 16,500 visitors from 90 countries discovered the latest innovations from 549 companies from 30 different countries.
Visitor, exhibitor and exhibition area statistics for INTERGEO are calculated and certified in line with the standardised definitions of the FKM (Society for the Voluntary Control of Fair and Exhibition Statistics). 
INTERGEO’s continuing aim is to facilitate process optimization in numerous target markets with the geo-IT potential it showcases. Its forthcoming venues are the internationally renowned exhibition cities of Hamburg in 2016, Berlin in 2017 and Frankfurt am Main in 2018.

DVW – German Society for Geodesy, Geoinformation and Land Management is the host of INTERGEO.


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