Smart Cities

What is a Smart City? Smart Cities use information and communication technologies (ICTs) in order to make the operation of the city and its systems more efficient, while facilitating the use and effective implementation and integration of sustainable, resource-efficient, and inclusive urban solutions. In addition, the use and application of big data, IoT, and AI serve as a connector between all urban stakeholders, including the local government, planners, businesses, the general public, and existing urban systems, enabling data and information sharing, evaluation of the status quo, and analysis of needs. Read here how Smart Cities can bring people and people as well as people and urban systems closer together for a more resource-efficient, sustainable, livable, and resilient urban life.

Creating Successful Smart Cities That Are Sustainable, Resilient, And Livable

Green, Smart And People-centric Cities For Climate Resiliency

Planning For People Instead Of Cars In The Era Of Autonomous Vehicles

Smart Cities – Behavior Change Towards Sustainability


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