Smart Cities’ journey is a long story that begins in a mid-4th millennium BC in Uruk, that’s the first city in recorded history. Uruk was an ancient city in the Sumer generation, later in the Babylonia emporium, and it also was one of the most important cities in ancient Mesopotamia.

The Uruk city was situated in the southern region of Sumer (modern-day Warka, Iraq), to the northeast of the Euphrates river. Since that, people started to centralize and begin the long way of the worldwide urbanization infrastructure.

Smart Cities terminus technicus was born in India as an ideology for better covering cities growing and development strategy. Later this “Smart City” term become well-connected with the global sustainable development goals that sent the fiture movement direction.

  1. 1989+ Experimental age of Smart Cities.
  2. 2014+ Modern age of Smart Cities
  3. 2021+ Innovation trends and Prediction of Smart Cities.

The ages of starting the digitalization of infrastructure and testing various telecommunication and internet network-based technologies for managing infrastructure queues, controlling environment behavior, and increasing citizens’ comfort and the overall quality of city life.

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