Smart Cities, Regions and Towns Stakeholder Survey
In 2019 the department sought stakeholder feedback on the challenges and opportunities to support smart cities, regions and towns across Australia. Recipients included industry associations, state and territory governments, universities, research and development organisations, local governments and other relevant stakeholders.
The survey opened on 9 July and closed on 29 July 2019. The survey was directly emailed to 1593 stakeholders and was completed by 343 individuals.
- Summary of the Smart Cities, Towns and Regions in Australia Survey PDF: 1965 KB
Smart Cities Communities of Practice
The survey identified interest in participating and leading Communities of Practice as a way to share experiences and facilitate collaboration. A number of Communities of Practice in relation to smart cities have already been established, and the table below provides information on some of these groups. These will be updated as relevant information becomes available. If you know of a Community of Practice not listed or would like to establish one, please provide this information by emailing the relevant details to the department's Cities mailbox.
Communities of Practice (Current at April 2020)
|Community of Practice||Focus||Eligibility||Contact|
|3D User Group||Sharing knowledge and expertise in emerging 3D spatial technologies.||Free for local governments wanting to get into 3D as well as enabling experienced councils to share their expertise.||Will McIntosh|
|Smart Parking Community of Practice||Peer support for Smart Parking Initiatives.||Free for local governments wanting to start or share experiences on smart parking. Membership of the Australian Smart Communities Association is encouraged.||Neil Temperley|
|5G Community of Practice||Facilitates networking, online discovery and knowledge sharing in relation to 5G.||Free for local governments and for SCCANZ's members.||Adam Beck|
|Data Leadership Community of Practice||Facilitates networking, online discovery and knowledge sharing in relation to Data Leadership.||Free for local governments and for SCCANZ's members.||Adam Beck|
|National Transport Data Community of Practice||Share opportunities, establish best practice approaches and support collaboration on National Transport Data.||Open to all ITS Australia members and other invited parties.||Stacey Ryan|
|Smart Beaches Community of Practice||Share knowledge, establish best practice approaches and support collaboration of smart technology to improve beach safety.||Free for local governments.||Tony Blunden|