Mo, 13. Sep. 2021   Bergan, Peder

SITM Paper wird für die International Conference on Electronic Government and the Information Systems Perspective (EGOVIS 2021) angenommen

Wir freuen uns mitteilen zu können, dass das Paper "Toward Smart City Architecture Principles: A Cornerstone in the Case of Smart City Duisburg" zur Präsentation auf der International Conference on Electronic Government and the Information Systems Perspective (EGOVIS 2021) angenommen worden ist. Das Paper wurde auch zur Veröffentlichung in Springers "Lecture Notes in Computer Science" angenommen. Der Beitrag wurde von Peder Bergan, Kevin Rehring, Michel Muschkiet, Frederik Ahlemann und Léonie Hackemann verfasst.

Zusammenfassung

Developing smart city (SC) solutions often requires complex collaboration between diverse organizations and systems. Given that SC initiatives face certain challenges comparable to that of traditional enterprises, existing SC architectures are often based on generic enterprise architecture (EA) frameworks. However, the resulting SC architectures tend to suffer from several weaknesses and existing research does not detail the process of developing SC EA principles. We address this gap by reporting on a collaboration with an SC initiative in a medium-sized European city and by presenting two artifacts we developed in that initiative: architecture principles and the related roles and structures. Corresponding to our involvement in the initiative, our work has been guided by the action design research approach. We expect that other SC initiatives can learn from our results and challenges and that transferring our approach to these initiatives will reduce their required effort for SC EA principles development.

Die International Conference on Electronic Government and the Information Systems Perspective (EGOVIS) wird in virtueller Form vom 27. bis 30. September 2021 stattfinden.