Mechanism & Process of "Problem Setting by the Government, Problem Solving by the Industry"

With the effects of increasing urban pollution and global warming, urban shelters and governance are facing new challenges, and the development of a Smart City has become an important issue. The Department of Information Technology (DoIT), Taipei City Government, and the Taipei Smart City Project Management Office (TPMO), in reference to the practices of the international benchmark cities and the government execution progress, have collaborated with relevant bureaus and departments to propose the promotion of 7 fields, with "smart government" as the main body, including "smart security", "smart building", "smart transportation", "smart education", "smart healthcare", "smart environment", and "smart economy".  At the same time, the "Smart City 1+7 Steering Groups" were set up to speed up the development of smart cities in Taipei.

Since 2019, under the concept of "Problem Setting by the Government, Problem Solving by the Industry", the Taipei City Government has put forward demands from various sectors and sought innovative solutions through "Taipei Smart City Industry Field Empirical PoC Program". By collecting cases externally and implementing experimental projects, the empirical results will be applied to the Smart City Steering Groups to conduct opportunity assessment and review, in which internal and external experts will determine whether these innovations can be expanded to formal policies or accelerate the effective implementation of pilot projects.

   2022 Solicitation for  Taipei 1+7 Smart Fields (Ended)
   2020 & 2021 Solicitation for Taipei 1+7 Smart Fields (Ended)