How do we make the concept of smart cities a reality? Faced with a real profusion of ideas, applications, products and technologies, one might think that the connected city is making progress. Achievements are growing in number, however this does not mean that any real global projects are underlying them. It is necessary to create projects that are compatible with the notion of “local genetics”. Continue reading
The approach consists of rethinking an area, a city or, a district by complementing the social, urban planning and political vision with a digital vision.
The smart city is a topic that is simultaneously inspiring, enchanting and scary.
The smart city deals with global issues: environment, urban investment, bread and butter issues which affect each and every one of us. Continue reading
Copyright: Chicago Tribune – August 3 2015 – By Sharon Chen
SINGAPORE — Roads filled with driverless cars, every home linked with fiber-optic cable, gardens in the sky, shining towers of scientists creating the future. Singapore is at it again, trying to plan the next leap up the development ladder. Continue reading