Digitalization of metropolitan spacesDIGITAL TRANSFORMATION GOVERNANCE & FINANCE
Local governments are under increasing pressure to collect and monitor data relating to governance, infrastructure, urban planning, services, the economy, health, education, safety and the environment. But do local governments have sufficient resources (financial, human and knowledge) to cope with this transformation? Can they adapt to the operational changes this entails? Can they guarantee the digital sovereignty of these data? Will they reduce inequalities and create more democratic and transparent societies? We will analyze all this through the latest publication of the Metropolis Observatory, and will discuss it with experts and from practical cases.