SmartVillages

Smart digital transformation of villages in the Alpine Space
WPT-1 Deliverable
  • GUIDELINES FOR THE WORK OF THE REGIONAL STAKEHOLDER GROUPS FOR SMART TRANSITION and INTERNAL CAPACITY BUILDING SEMINAR 0.63 mb

    How building a regional stakeholder group in a Smart Villages territory? The present document answers to that question in applying a SmartVillages-customised version of the Oregon Model involving the following steps: 1) Where are we now? 2) Where are we going? 3) Where do we want to be? 4) How do we get there? 5) Are we getting there? 6) How are we disseminating and transferring our results? The guidelines have been produced by the project partner Poliedra-Politecnico di Milano in conjunction with the Capacity Building Seminar held in Milan on November 28th 2018, that forms integral part of the deliverable itself.                                                Target groups: local public authority, regional public authority, national public authority, higher education and research, sectoral agency

  • REPORT ON THE RSG, THEIR ROLE AND POTENTIAL 1.26 mb

    This deliverable presents the WPT-1 main outputs, the definition of the Regional Stakeholder Groups (RSG), the role of which is to accompany the smart transition in the Test Areas. The definition of the RSG within the SmartVillages project is necessary in order to assist the assessment of the level of smartness of each Test Area, give input for best practices and test the digital exchange platform (DEP), codesign the toolbox and facilitate the transfer of project results to the policy level. The selection of the stakeholders depends on the issue in which each Test Area is set to be working, thus the aims of each Test Areas need to be clearly defined.                                                              Target groups: local public authority, regional public authority, national public authority, higher education and research, sectoral agency     

  • Report on Preparedness and Needs for Smart Transition in the SmartVillages Test Areas 2.08 mb

    In the present report a methodology to assess the level of smartness of rural areas is defined. The document, elaborated by WP1 LP Poliedra, includes a methodological part characterised by a multiple criteria model (Electre tri model), as well as the results of the self-assessment and expert-assessment approaches for the evaluation of smartness for some selected Test Areas (Valli del SOL, Pitztal, Pomurje, Tolmezzo, Luzern West and Bodensee).                                                                                         Target groups: regional public authority, national public authority, higher education and research, sectoral agency

  • Assessing and rating the level of smartness of mountain areas by the use of Electre Tri - The pilot case of the ongoing Alpine Space project SmartVillages 0.2 mb

    SmartVillages Project Partner Poliedra has submitted an abstract to the Euro Working Group on Multi Criteria decision Aiding 2019 meeting, entitled "Assessing and rating the level of smartness of mountain areas by the use of Electre Tri: the pilot case of the ongoing Alpine Space project SmartVillages" by Lentini, Polettini, Luè and Colorni Vitale. The abstract has been accepted as a 'discussion paper' and is part of the proceedings of the EWG-MCDA 2019 meeting.                                                                                                              Target groups: regional public authority, national public authority, higher education and research, sectoral agency