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  • WHO WE ARE | City Living Lab

    MISSION | PURPOSE TEAM CITY LIVING LAB WHERE ARE WE OBDC WHAT IS A CITY LIVING LAB? A city is a living laboratory for innovation. A Living Lab is an environment for innovation and an approach to innovation. According to the European Network of Living Labs, a Living Lab is an open and innovative environment of "real life" circumstances, in which innovation aimed at users is part of the co-creation process for new services, products, and social infrastructure. Living labs encompass, simultaneously, social and technological dimensions in a partnership between companies, citizens, governments, and universities. It is an ecosystem where different partners work side by side, sharing knowledge while interacting with a variety of knowledge and technologies, inducing a fertile ground for innovation, research, and interdisciplinary communication. Knowledge cities (CC) Which refers to social studies, applied the Brazilian cities, regions, and neighborhoods Knowledge-based business (NBC) It is aimed at companies and sectors that drive the country's economy. Within these two areas are studies associated with the following contexts: Sustainable buildings and cities (SBC) Studies that aim to make cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable Capital systems (CS) It is a formal knowledge management system based on a category structure in a complete and consistent taxonomy Observation, development and tourist and territorial intelligence (ODITT) It is aimed at studying approaches, methods and techniques of observation; the use and development of observation tools and systems and the development of applied observation processes to support tourist and territorial intelligence. Propósitos Missão up OUR PURPOSE OUR MISSION Disseminate studies that enable high learning capacity, sharing, and knowledge management. Contribute to the identification, evaluation, and development of Brazilian cities and businesses. Quem somos TEAM up up Apoiadores OUR LOCATION Fomento OUR LOCATION Onde estamos up OUR LOCATION up

  • MEDIA | City Living Lab

    Artigo escrito por membros do CityLIvingLab desvenda os segredos por trás da relação entre a qualidade do ambiente construído e a satisfação dos clientes em postos de gasolina. Artigo escrito por membros do CityLIvingLab desvenda os segredos por trás da relação entre a qualidade do ambiente construído e a satisfação dos clientes em postos de gasolina. O artigo discute o ambiente de serviços, especialmente os serviços presenciais, e como o ambiente físico influencia a percepção de qualidade e satisfação do cliente. A pesquisa propõe que melhorias no ambiente construído de um posto de gasolina podem impactar positivamente a satisfação do cliente. São apresentadas hipóteses de pesquisa relacionadas às dimensões do ambiente construído (aparência, conforto, configuração e funcionalidade) e sua relação com a satisfação do cliente. Para acessar o artigo na íntergra, clique aqui. Marcelo Benetti, pesquisador do CityLivingLab ​ "Nossos resultados evidenciam que melhorias no ambiente físico dos postos de gasolina estão diretamente ligadas à satisfação do cliente. Identificamos quatro dimensões-chave do ambiente construído, cada uma com atributos específicos que influenciam significativamente a percepção dos clientes. Essas descobertas oferecem valiosos insights para gestores, indicando áreas de oportunidade para ajustes operacionais e de atendimento ao cliente."

  • Citizen_Science | City Living Lab

    Seja um pesquisador! Cadastre-se e participe de nossas pesquisas https://www1.folha.uol.com.br/ciencia/2018/02/site-brasileiro-permite-que-cidadao-ajude-em-pesquisa-cientifica.shtml https://sibbr.gov.br/cienciacidada/oquee.html https://evident.fo.usp.br/ https://evident.fo.usp.br/seja-um-pesquisador/ O projeto Ciência Cidadã Apresente os apresentadores do webinar destacando suas carreiras. Basta clicar em “Editar Texto” ou duas vezes na Caixa de Texto para adicionar seu próprio conteúdo. Salvar meu lugar Cabeçalho 1 Quais tópicos de pesquisa você pode participar Funil do marketing digital Você pode adicionar seu conteúdo nesse parágrafo. Clique em Editar texto ou clique duas vezes na caixa de texto para escrever. Presença nas redes sociais Você pode adicionar seu conteúdo nesse parágrafo. Clique em Editar texto ou clique duas vezes na caixa de texto para escrever. Estratégias de marca Você pode adicionar seu conteúdo nesse parágrafo. Clique em Editar texto ou clique duas vezes na caixa de texto para escrever. Quero ser um pesquisador cidadão! Nome Sobrenome Email Mensagem Enviar Obrigado por enviar

  • MEDIA | City Living Lab

    Blog.Citylivinglab No posts published in this language yet Once posts are published, you’ll see them here. Citylivinglab.Mídia VER MAIS Citylivinglab.Vídeos AULA MAGNA - PPGA - UCS: Making and unmaking the Motor City: The economic and social development of Metropolitan Detroit Reunião Técnica do Grupo de Estudos - 1 CIDADES INTELIGENTES CENTRO DE ESTUDOS E DEBATES ESTRATÉGICOS Reunião Técnica do Grupo de Estudos - 2 CIDADES INTELIGENTES CENTRO DE ESTUDOS E DEBATES ESTRATÉGICOS Reunião Técnica do Grupo de Estudos - 3 CIDADES INTELIGENTES CENTRO DE ESTUDOS E DEBATES ESTRATÉGICOS PROGRAMA DEZ PRAS DUAS 06-08-2020 "QUALIDADE DE VIDA NA HABITAÇÃO" PROGRAMA DEZ PRAS DUAS 30-07-2020 "QUALIDADE DE VIDA NAS CIDADES" PROGRAMA DEZ PRAS DUAS 16-07-2020 "AMBIENTES DE VAREJO E O COMPORTAMENTO DO CONSUMIDOR" Projeto requalifica a região do bairro São Pelegrino em Caxias do Sul Bento Gonçalves recebe título de Cidade do Conhecimento PALESTRA CIDADES INTELIGENTES SUSTENTÁVEIS E RESILIENTES DESAFIOS DAS CIDADES DO FUTURO

  • Paper Submissions | City Living Lab

    submissions Knowledge Cities for the Anthropocene ​ This year's theme combines the traditional WCI topics of Knowledge-Based Development and Knowledge Cities with two new topics, Knowledge for the Anthropocene and City Preparedness for the Climate Crisis. The WCI books that will be published by the time of the conference (one on each of the later two topics) set the scene for this year's sessions. Also, both books will be presented on the last day. Knowledge for the Anthropocene (K4A) Human-induced environmental impacts are bound to disrupt our way of life in deeper ways and at a wider scale than anything previously experienced by humankind. Global existential risks challenge the conditions of the Biosphere that prevailed through the Holocene, the geological epoch that saw human civilizations flourish. However, the current knowledge base seems inadequate to help us cope with such realities. What relevant knowledge will become critical to deal with deteriorating environmental conditions? How can science, technology, innovation, and education be radically transformed for adequately responding? How can societies and governments continue to function? How need our mind-frames evolve? In K4A, these and other related questions are addressed. The common purpose is to provide a general perspective on the role that knowledge – the most important leverage to human action, may need to play in the unfolding circumstances of the Anthropocene. City Preparedness for the Climate Crisis (CPCC) Contemporary urban life is the epitome of modernization, a paradigm of progress that takes the Holocene climate for granted. Moreover, it takes for granted the Biosphere conditions that have allowed human civilizations to flourish. Global existential risks challenge the viability of the Biosphere for most big species. Despite increasing warnings, most cities seem to deny the impending catastrophes and remain ill-prepared to cope with major disruptions. The 2020 Covid-19 Pandemic has dramatically exhibited limited world governance, global alert systems, response capacity, and effort coordination to deal with planetary and local emergencies. CPCC addresses the warnings, inventory of capacities and competencies, lessons learned, and value practices in creating conscience and preparing for urban anthropogenic risks. Abstracts and full papers are invited under the following including but not restrictive list of topics: ​ Knowledge-Based Development Knowledge Cities Knowledge for the Sustainable Development Goals Knowledge for the Anthropocene City Preparedness for the Climate Crisis Capital Systems Metrics for the above areas Alternative Economics Post-pandemic City Development session formats Full papers and abstracts presentation sessions (November 15, 2021 - from 16h to 19h UTC time) plenary panels with guest speakers (November 16-18, 2021 - from 16:00 to 19:00 UTC time) Book presentations with guest book authors (November 19, 2021 - from 16h to 19h UTC time) Templates for the event FULL PAPER ABSTRACT PRESENTATION submission process Submissions of full papers or extended abstracts will be accepted; Submissions of will be accepted in Portuguese, English or Spanish; SUBMISSION WEBSITE SUBMIT BY EMAIL REGISTER NOW HOW TO REGISTER publication options Special Issue: Full paper submissions will participate in the fast track of Revista Brasileira de Gestão e Inovação ( Brazilian Journal of Management & Innovation ). Selected papers will be invited to submit to the International Journal of Knowledge-Based Development (Indexed in Scopus). Deadlines Abstracts or full papers submission: September 19, 2021 ​ Presentation of accepted papers and extended abstracts The presentation will be online, in a specific session. At least one of the authors must be present, duly registered for the event (register now). The certificate of participation and presentation will depend on the payment of the registration and participation in the event. Tickets: The KCWS 2021 invites you to register to our Summit and contribute to Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), choosing any of the following values (fees not included). The KCWS will donate the total value of your contribution. Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international medical humanitarian organization whose mission is to save lives by providing lifesaving medical care where it has needed most. *If you are a panel speaker or paper presenter you have the option to register for free. However, if you want to contribute to Doctors Without Borders, you can choose one of the values to register. *Use this website to check the exchange rate: https://www.bcb.gov.br/en Note: When choosing to pay with a credit card, pay attention to the question "Card issued in Brazil?" Check the option "no" if your card was not issued in Brazil. ​ Call for papers DOWNLOAD PDF contacts Rafael de Lucena Perini: rlperini@ucs.br Suélen Bebber: sbebber@ucs.br Conference chair: Prof. Ana Cristina Fachinelli Scientific chair: Prof. Fabiano Larenti RETURN

  • Data office | City Living Lab

    Data Cabinet City Hall of Caxias do Sul Main goal: Identify internal indicators of the secretariats associated with the indicators presented by the Sustainable Development Goals and by the ISO 37120, 37122 and 37123 standards, aiming at analyzing the fulfillment of the goals contained in the PPA, LDO and LOA parts. Specific objectives: a) Analyze data available in the secretariats b) Define historically available indicators c) Analyze international indicators associated with internal indicators d) Define indicators e) Define data supply and monitoring system f) Define goals based on the identified indicators g) Develop a project to monitor the indicators in a systematic way h) Present a monitoring table of indicators of the municipality https://caxias.rs.gov.br/noticias/2022/05/projeto-de-gestao-por-indicadores-de-caxias-do-sul-recebe-premio-inovacidade ​ Caxias do Sul é uma das vencedoras do prêmio Inova Cidade 2022, concedido anualmente pelo Instituto Smart City Business para iniciativas do poder público e de entidades privadas que causem impactos positivos na sociedade. Neste ano, serão premiados 24 projetos. A cerimônia acontece no dia 24 de maio, durante o Smart City Business Brazil Congress, em São Paulo. ​ Caxias foi destaque pelo projeto “Os Objetivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável (ODS) como norteadores da Gestão Pública por Indicadores”. A iniciativa tem como objetivo tornar a administração pública mais transparente e alinhar as metas governamentais com a Agenda 2030 da ONU, e às ISO 37120 (Cidades Sustentáveis), ISO 37122 (Cidades Inteligentes) e ISO 37123 (Cidades Resilientes). Os indicadores serão disponibilizados em uma plataforma aberta e servirão como norte para que o poder público tome decisões. ​ “Muitos resultados Caxias já tem, mas não estão relacionados aos objetivos planetários do desenvolvimento sustentável. Por exemplo, temos um índice muito bom em relação ao tratamento de esgoto. Isso certamente muito positivo em relação à agenda planetária. E que outros a gente tem? E o que tem a melhorar? Precisamos desse alinhamento. O prêmio foi uma surpresa bem positiva, porque estamos numa etapa inicial, e já houve reconhecimento. É um incentivo, um retorno positivo de que estamos no caminho certo”, resume a vice-prefeita Paula Ioris. ​ Para a construção dos indicadores, a Prefeitura reuniu servidores com experiência na elaboração do Plano Plurianual (PPA), Lei de Diretrizes Orçamentárias (LDO) e Lei Orçamentária Anual (LOA) e com especialização em Desenvolvimento Local e ODS, e firmou acordo de cooperação técnica com o grupo de pesquisa City Living Lab (www.citylivinglab.com ), da Universidade de Caxias do Sul (UCS), para estruturação e execução do projeto. O grupo de trabalho se reuniu com representantes de diversas secretarias para mapear quais indicadores de ODSs e ISOs impactam direta ou indiretamente os programas desenvolvidos pelas pastas. Além disso, os indicadores foram divididos em quatro categorias: Social, Econômica, Planejamento Urbano e Meio Ambiente; Infraestrutura de Serviços Públicos e Governança. ​ “Precisamos deixar para a cidade uma marca de gestão, uma marca de tomada de decisão baseada em dados e fatos. O mundo privado já trabalha desta forma há muito tempo. O mundo público precisa avançar. Fala-se tanto em cidades inteligentes, sustentáveis, resilientes. Uma cidade inteligente é que faz investimentos a partir de dados e critérios. Estamos estabelecendo metas, ligadas a indicadores, para que tenhamos dados e critérios para tomada de decisões”, finalizou.

  • PRODUÇÃO TÉCNICA | City Living Lab

    TECHNICAL PRODUCTIONS Check out the scientific productions that were presented in institutional and research partnerships in the area of cities and constructions.

  • EDUCATION AND RESEARCH | City Living Lab

    Participe! Questionário Cidades e Comunidades Sustentáveis - Indicadores para Cidades Inteligentes Questionário Objetivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável ONU Questionário Sistemas de Capitais Colabore também com as nossas pesquisas de mobilidade urbana e satisfação com a vida nas cidades!

  • LIBRARY | City Living Lab

    LIBRARY Check out our library of scientific materials. technical production research reports Scientific publications

  • Report_BRA_AUS | City Living Lab

    EN EN SMART CITIES OF BRAZIL Performance of Brazilian Capital Cities Citylivinglab - Available online 5 May 2022 Ana Cristina Fachinelli, Tan Yigitcanlar, Tatiana Tucunduva Philippi Cortese, Jamile Sabatini-Marques, Debora Sotto, Bianca Libardi www.doi .... Abstract This report is an outcome of a close collaboration between the Australia-Brazil Smart City Research and Practice Network's member institutions. The report focuses on understanding the smartness levels of the Brazilian capital cities through the lens of a smart city performance assessment framework. This report focuses on Brazilian cities to develop an evaluation model for smart cities and bring metrics that contribute to public managers seeking balance and smartness in the life of their cities. The smart city concept in this report concerns of smart economy, smart society, smart environment, smart governance, and smart technology domains that seek community-enabled technology and policy to deliver productivity, innovation, livability, well-being, sustainability, accessibility, and good governance and planning. This report informs public managers, through the indicators of productivity and innovation, liveability and well-being, sustainability and accessibility, governance and planning, and connectivity and innovation, on the smartness performance and levels of their cities. The report highlights strengths and weaknesses of Brazilian capital cities in becoming internationally renowned smart cities. The analysis based on the smart city assessment framework revealed the following city types: the leaders, the followers, and the developing ones. Cities identified as leaders a strong innovation ecosystem, with legislation for developing entrepreneurship and training of skilled labor and generating knowledge-based economic development, and providing fast and reliable internet access. One of the most critical challenges on the journey to smartness of the Brazilian cities is connectivity. The internet needs to be available, affordable, reliable and fast in all regions of the country for all people. This way the digital inclusion problems could be avoided. The broadband and 5G internet are considered by many experts as a social right, and hence should be included a citizen's basic right to the Brazilian Constitution. The arrival of the Covid-19 pandemic disrupted Brazilian cities but at the same time gave them the opportunity to develop a mobile workforce and brilliant minds, including internationally attracting, especially as the concept of anywhere offices becomes increasingly present in the life of cities and contributing to their knowledge-based economic development. Access to open data is another essential element for city smartness and can promote innovative entrepreneurship and the development of new technologies, governance, transparency, and impact on citizen quality of life. For this reason, municipalities should focus their efforts on collection of local data and their responsible use. This report is relevant and strategic for the government to guarantee fair, ethical, effective, efficient and progressive public policies. It also offers an invaluable opportunity for the authorities to consider the adoption of the indicators used in this report in assessing their smart city performance and progress. We believe this report will inform smart city policy and practice in Brazilian cities. Keywords Smart Cities; Sustainable Urban Development; Knowledge-Based Development; Environmental Metrics; Brazil; Australia; cities;

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