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The Summit was an opportunity for senior city leaders to explore Smart City solutions that are happening at the present time.
The biggest issues we face in implementing Smart City initiatives are not about the technology itself but rather the problems that arise when we try to
Getting to know people, their plans and ambitions, and how they tackle challenges in different cities and countries around the world is what brings valu
As urban practitioners, we are increasingly interested in cities as solution providers for problems.
There are many players involved in the successful implementation of Smart City solutions, but at the Summit, participants discussed the specific role of
It is noteworthy that although Smart Cities are already being built around us, they differ considerably from the simplistic, one-size-fits-all, smart-ci
Dublin is a small city of about 1.3 million people, with four local authorities that make collaboration a challenge.
Throughout the Summit we heard several examples of how European cities are approaching technology and innovation to become Smart Cities of the future.
In the United States, cities are run by mayors, and Smart City initiatives are not typically a priority for them.
Many cities experience a need to deliver more and better services and develop initiatives for the citizens and businesses, but with restricted resources
Bristol is the 8th largest city in the UK and a booming city region of 1.1 million people.
There is a new internet revolution happening right now, and Catalonia aims to be at the center of it.