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Smart City Wien – Ready for the future!

Smart City Vienna is a long-term initiative by the city of Vienna to improve the design, development and perception of the federal capital. Smart City Vienna looks at a cross-section of the city, covering all areas of life, work and leisure activities in equal measure, and includes everything from infrastructure, energy and mobility to all aspects of urban development.

Smart City Vienna has set itself the task of consistently and continuously modernising the city in order to reduce energy consumption and emissions significantly without having to forego any aspects of consumption or mobility. Smart City Vienna stands for the “intelligent city”, intelligent and innovative solutions, responsible and sustainable use of resources.

Framework Strategy

The Smart City Wien Framework Strategy is a long term umbrella strategy to 2050 that will establish a conducive and structural framework.

The key objective for 2050 is the best quality of life for all inhabitants of Vienna, while minimizing the consumption of resources. This will be realized through comprehensive innovation.

Cover of the Smart City Wien Framework Strategy

Smart City Wien Projects

  • aspern Vienna’s Urban Lakeside

    The 240-hectare project area makes it one of Europe’s largest urban developments. Quality of life and cooperation rank at the top of the agenda.

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  • Open Government Data

    The City of Vienna offers a comprehensive, digital information service platform through its wien.at

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  • Citizens’ Solar Power Plants

    Viennese citizens have the opportunity to participate in the development of renewable energies. Citizens’ Solar Power Plants mark the beginning of the dawn of a solar energy future for Vienna.

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