Lessons Learned from a Smart City Project with Citizen Engagement

Sebastian Ernst, Konrad Zaworski, Piotr Sokołowski, Grzegorz Salwa

Słowa kluczowe: smart cities, data analysis, citizen engagement

The paper discusses the experiences gained in a joint research project by AGH and the commune of Siechnice. Two main areas are discussed: collecting data from heterogenous sensor devices as well as input from citizens, and development of analytic procedures in a way which guarantees integration between day-to-day and research operations. The most prominent outcomes of the project include the development of a living lab as well as automation of multi-aspect inference, which would normally have to be carried out by a team of experts.