USASCP Concept Note for U.S.-ASEAN Smart Cities Partnership

USASCP Concept Note outlined the United States’ proposal to establish a U.S.-ASEAN Smart Cities Partnership. If welcomed, we would expect Vice President Pence to announce our partnership in November at the U.S.-ASEAN Summit. Read the Full USASCP Concept Note

East Asia Summit Leader’s Statement on ASEAN Smart Cities

Challenges are arising from rapid urbanisation, and the importance of collaboration among the EAS participating countries to address the associated challenges is recognized. The ASCN’s primary goal is improving the lives of ASEAN citizens, using technology and digital infrastructure as enablers. Read the Full East Asia Summit Leader's Statement

Chairman’s Statement of the 33rd ASEAN Summit

The Heads of State/Government of ASEAN Member States, gathered in Singapore for the 33rd ASEAN Summit on November 13, 2018. The ASEAN Smart Cities Framework was adopted and the importance of the ASCN was reaffirmed.  Read the Full Chairman's Statement

McKinsey Global Institute: Smart Cities in Southeast Asia

This report offers an overview to help cities understand the promise and limitations of the new technologies at their disposal and to help private-sector companies and citizens themselves anticipate the coming wave of change. "Southeast Asia has a window of opportunity to set its smaller cities on a more sustainable development path and to address…

ASCN Smart City Action Plans

This 60-page booklet describes the action plans for each of the 26 pilot cities in the Network. Each Smart City Action Plans (SCAPs) consists of the following four components: Vision: The city’s overall vision for smart city development by 2025;Focus Areas: The areas the city has chosen, out of 6 broad categories listed in the…

ASEAN Smart Cities Framework

The ASEAN Smart Cities Framework serves as a non-binding guide to facilitate smart city development in each ASCN city, in a manner that is specific to each city’s needs and potentials, as well as its local and cultural context. This document articulates the key features of ASEAN’s smart cities, by i) identifying strategic outcomes; and…

ASEAN Smart Cities Network by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

This presentation, put together by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, discusses the five W's about ASEAN Smart Cities: why, what, who, when, and where. Read the Full Presentation by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Chairman’s Statement of the 32nd ASEAN Summit

The Heads of State/Government of ASEAN Member States, gathered in Singapore for the 32nd ASEAN Summit on April 28, 2018. At this summit it was agreed to establish an ASEAN Smart Cities Network (ASCN). Read the Full Chairman's Statement

ASEAN Smart Cities Network Concept Note

This concept note outlines Singapore’s proposal to establish an ASEAN Smart Cities Network (ASCN). The ASCN is envisioned as a collaborative platform where up to three cities from each AMS, work towards the common goal of smart and sustainable urban development. Read Singapore's Full Proposal

The Growing Threat of Urban Flooding

By the University of Maryland, College Park and Texas A&M University, Galveston. This report addresses issues that affect urban flood risk reduction, examining critical challenges and offering recommendations for action.  Read the full Urban Flooding Report

Smart Cities Study 2017

By the Committee of Digital and Knowledge-Based Cities of UCLG, Bilbao A study that aims to provide information in a didactic way on the different strategies and projects that cities around the world are putting in place, in order to move forward on the key aspects that make up a "smart city." Read the Full…

An Innovative Data Toolkit for City Management

By Cities Alliance and UK AID The toolkit, developed for cities in four African countries, is a guide book for cities to better understand the process of identifying, collecting, managing, analyzing and utilizing data in its various forms to better govern and plan their cities.  This manual helps cities understand the various facets of effective data-driven planning. Read…
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