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CITyFiED Innovation Management Guide
CITyFiED Innovation Management Guide

A case study on the exploitation of smart city solutions in the European Smart Cities and Communities Project CITyFiED (Replicable and Innovative Future Efficient Districts and Cities)

Piotr Kalbarczyk, Dilay Kesten Erhart, Valerie Bahr

ISBN 978-3-95663-214-3 2019 | E-Book (PDF), fbg. | 64 S., engl.

Art.-Nr.: 208820
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Understanding of how to lay the foundation for innovation is an essential condition for cities aiming to set up an efficient and effective urban transformation strategy. To ensure the successful exploitation of project results into marketable products, Services and / or processes, Steinbeis 2i GmbH developed this CITyFiED Innovation Management Guide. It is based on the case study of the European Smart Cities and Communities Project "CITyFiED". The Project was funded under the EU 7th Framework Programme. Its goal was to develop a replicable, systematic and integrated strategy to adapt cities to the new smart City Trends.
This guide describes a detailed exploitation approach that turns project results into long lasting benefits for all. It is relevant for all stakeholders involved in innovation-oriented demonstration Projects.


Die Publikation ist auch als Print-Ausgabe erhältlich.

Eine Publikation der Steinbeis 2i GmbH.


Piotr Kalbarczyk is currently working on topics related to sustainability oriented innovation and innovation implementation, market deployment and internationalisation. At Steinbeis 2i GmbH, he is responsible for supporting the smart city innovation Projects.
Dr. Dilay Kesten Erhart has been working as a key member for international cooperation projects since 2013. As project manager at Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum, she currently works in EU Smart Cities and Communities projects (CITyFiED and SmartEnCity).
Valerie Bahr is a senior project manager since 2004 and a team manager since 2011 at Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum, an independent economic entity within the Steinbeis Foundation.
// As of: 07/2019