The aim of this article is to provide a critical understanding of techno-stakeholders’ perspective by considering data-driven initiatives for smart city development. Particularly, a model is proposed based on a systematic literature review to explore techno-stakeholders’ perspectives in smart cities. Findings from this study identify that data-driven initiatives that influence techno-stakeholder’s perspectives for smart city development comprise stakeholder involvement, data ownership, data access, policies, regulations, trust, and data privacy. Evidence from this study offers insight into techno-stakeholder’s perspectives by proposing a model that could be utilized as a governance tool to benchmark and evaluate urban data transformation.
Authors: Bokolo Anthony Jnr
Publisher: Taylor & Francis