Based on the Knowledge Bases approach and development of the Craigmillar Community Information Service, Craigmillar (Edinburgh, Scotland) was classified as a smart city. The case of an ex-industrial area capitalized the Information and communications technology to structure groups of citizens who shared knowledge and local online news also collaborated to deal with unemployment, job opportunities in the city, and other local needs.

Key Activities: self-recycling services, local online news, job opportunities in the city, a marketplace for cars and property

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