La planificación y desarrollo integrados permiten a los gobiernos crear y administrar los diversos dominios urbanos que equilibran tres resultados estratégicos (economía competitiva-sostenibilidad del medio ambiente-alta calidad de vida) en el desarrollo de una ciudad inteligente, y asegura que la urbanización inteligente se alinee con políticas y marcos normativos. A su vez una gobernanza urbana dinámica y adaptativa es la base de liderazgo público efectivo.
The Digital Innovation Ecosystem Training (DIET) is a six-session curriculum designed to empower policy-makers, academics, innovators and ecosystem-builders who wish to build thriving entrepreneurial communities that can navigate technological revolutions and create competitive ICT industries.
This boot camp, which uses a joint Smart Africa Digital Academy and Digital Innovation Ecosystem ITU Academy curriculum, draws on toolkits, ecosystem assessments and roadmaps, forums and good practice research.
The course is Intended for policy-makers, decision-makers, innovators and ecosystem builders who wish to build thriving entrepreneurial communities that can navigate technological revolutions and create competitive ICT industries.
The course introduces key terminologies, concepts, tools and steps to assess your country's innovation capacity through practical information.
Upon completion of the course, you will understand: Innovation, digital ecosystems and digital transformation, and their relationship to national development priorities.
The main objective of this online training course is to take participants through regulatory functions and requirements at national and international level. The Course shall emphasize importance of Spectrum management, ICT Services, Authorization, Competition and Market Structures.
ICT infrastructure is the basis of today's digital economy and offers enormous potential to advance progress towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and improve people's lives in fundamental ways. Deploying broadband in big towns and cities happens almost naturally. But deploying these networks to rural and remote areas is markedly more challenging.