Smart Cities Global

Note: 139 global cities in 48 countries across continents declared their Smart City vision to support their 216.000.000 citizens.

Smart City Dublin
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Smart City Shenzhen
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Countries With Smart Cities Strategy

Worldwide governments and private industrial companies are forced to improve their productivity. In the first place, it is a well-working city infrastructure. A focus is on efficiency, lowering costs, and positive environmental impact. Common city infrastructure is often 50+ years old. Insufficient to cover city needs.

Cities Declared Smart Cities Mission

Populations are expanding. Cities are becoming full and need to grow to demand. For properly growing, these cities’ services must be active, safe, clean. Explicitly, with attention to remain productive. Past years’ trend is to use various types of Smart Technologies, covered by the umbrella of Smart Cities.

Measurement of Smart Cities Progress

There does not exist a normative procedure to measure Smart Cities’ development progress. Although, there are many factors that may be tracked in time. The most important – Citizens. Their coverage by technologies and citizens supporting the idea of Smart Cities often called also Smartivist.

Key drivers making Smart Cities

Key drivers that make Cities smart are pretty simple. All of them are parts of standard industrial and digital sectors that mainly cover Sensors production, Internet of Things coverage, green and sustainable energy sources usage, and resources used for city infrastructure, traffic management, and construction.


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