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(311) technology | (251) development | (244) time | (238) cities | (227) energy | (219) people | (217) infrastructure | (211) future | (208) government | (207) system | (202) city | (192) data | (187) information | (187) technologies | (182) services | (170) life | (164) environment | (160) power | (159) citizens | (158) quality | (156) management | (152) smart cities | (149) economic | (146) solutions | (145) digital | (144) sustainable | (144) education | (144) business | (143) change | (141) space | (133) urban | (129) transportation | (129) resources | (128) real | (125) building | (124) innovation | (123) water | (122) efficiency | (122) science | (121) process | (117) network | (117) Smart City | (116) local | <h1>Smart Cities Research</h1> Research is the major engine for the physical, technology, or any other industrial development. Before application of any technology to the real environment must pass the long way to be invented, analyzed, created prototyped. Moreover, technology or new invention must pass through several rounds of testing cycles before application to the real environment. <h2>Research Types</h2> Research can be made in different ways. For example, it may be based on theoretical assumptions, proven by the knowledge and mathematics, as well as practical when research is based on physical entity analysis. <h2>The usual way of research to production</h2> Usually, the first steps of the research are based on the enthusiasm of the researcher or scientist who somehow come to the topic and trying to find the benefits and use cases for his invention. Or, the topics are already known and big companies pay the research to use technology for their business purpose.After the research is ready and prototype has been tested with positive results researcher gets funding to produce a minimal valuable solution. This solution is further testing in different areas and environments.Once this is done with successful results, then the only solution is acceptable for the business purpose and get another funding for the next step, that's the development of the solution for commercial use.  (114) research | (114) project | (114) economy | (114) control | (113) human | (112) service | (111) US | (108) challenges | (108) Glossary | (107) security | (103) market | (102) internet | (101) international | (100) green | (97) transport | (97) climate | 7 smart city strategies from cities across the world It starts with having a realistic plan. Smart cities require extensive experimentation. A smart city vision should energize the private sector. Smart cities demand smart data. Get creative when rethinking transportation. Don't downplay digital security. (96) strategy | (95) healthcare | (95) applications | (95) industry | (94) community | Cities that are widely recognized as leading the way. 1. Singapore 2. Songdo 3. Seoul 4. Dubai 5. Oslo 6. Copenhagen 7. Boston 8. Amsterdam 9. New York 10. London (94) countries | (92) planning | (91) waste | (91) model | (91) projects | (90) health | (89) solution | (89) benefits | (88) national | (88) private | (87) platform | (86) living | (86) program | The modern city is based on a new communication concept that combines the traditional, separate communication infrastructures – from sensor networks to information networks and mobile communication. (86) communication | Strategies for smart cities should include: Clear communication. A unifying vision through the whole life cycle. Integration with policies and governance structure. Clear holistic understanding of how data is transferred and captured between technologies and systems and how it is used by decision-makers. (85) design | (85) center | (84) mobility | (84) society | (84) production | (83) knowledge | (83) big | The 7 Top Smart Cities Around the World New York, Singapore, London, Barcelona, Oslo, Toronto, Tokyo (83) country | (83) innovative | A smart city uses information and communication technology concepts (ICT) to improve operational efficiency, share information with the public and provide a better quality of government service and citizen welfare. (82) concept | (81) sustainability | (81) 2020 | (80) safety | (79) traffic | (79) properties | (78) vehicles | Smart cities can help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the transport sector and by reducing electricity and heat production. The transport sector makes up 14% of global greenhouse gas emissions, whilst electricity and heat production contribute 25%[9] (although these percentages don't solely relate to cities). (78) emissions | (78) construction | (77) goals | (77) investment | (77) population | (76) renewable | (76) monitoring | (76) sensors | (76) modern | (75) air | (74) costs | (73) integrated | What is a smart city? Smart cities use IoT devices such as connected sensors, lights, and meters to collect and analyze data. The cities then use this data to improve infrastructure, public utilities and services, and more. (73) iot | (73) intelligence | (73) united | (73) models | (71) cars | (71) operations | Smart city implementation steps:1. Collaborate with stakeholders. A city is only as smart as its connectivity to its constituents. 2. Create your smart city plan. 3. Prioritize implementation efforts. 4. Develop strong partnerships. 5. Seek additional funding. 6. Ensure maintainability. 7. Pilot testing. 8. Deploy. 9. Monitor 10. Retrospective 11. 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It provides the ability to remotely monitor, manage and control devices, and to create new insights and actionable information from massive streams of real-time data. (50) Internet of Things | (49) vision | (49) friendly | (49) policies | (49) history | Europe is the world's second-smallest continent by surface area. Europe is the third-most populous continent after Asia and Africa. As a continent, the economy of Europe is currently the largest on Earth and it is the richest region as measured by assets under management. Europe's largest national economy is that of Germany, which ranks as the world's fifth-largest economy. By the millennium change, the EU dominated the economy of Europe comprising the five largest European economies of the time namely Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, and Spain. In 1999 12 of the 15 members of the EU joined the Eurozone replacing their former national currencies with the common euro. The three who chose to remain outside the Eurozone were: the United Kingdom, Denmark, and Sweden. (49) Europe | (48) jobs | (47) skills | (47) event | (47) 2021 | (47) leaders | (46) lighting | (46) region | (46) road | (45) virtual | (45) shared | (44) report | (44) street | (44) creation | (44) nations | (44) machine | (44) light | (44) protection | (43) analytics | (43) funding | (43) earth | (43) Artificial intelligence | (42) housing | (42) foundation | (42) productivity | (42) online | (41) participation | (41) collection | (41) monitor | (41) save | (41) leadership | (40) China | (40) trends | (39) school | (39) zero | (39) thinking | (39) greenhouse | (39) direct | (39) wind | (39) employees | (39) ICT | (38) mission | (38) smarter | (38) distribution | (38) office | (38) government system | (37) engagement | Smart cities epitomise the concept of an ecosystem. Smart city initiatives aim to drive digital innovation to improve the lives of citizens and make urban living sustainable by excelling in governance, the economy, transport, environment and resources, and people services, such as healthcare, education, and living. (37) ecology | (37) alternative | (37) autonomous | (37) powered | (36) grid | In general, a smart city is a city that uses technology to provide services and solve city problems. A smart city does things like improve transportation and accessibility, improve social services, promote sustainability, and give its citizens a voice. Though the term “smart cities” is new, the idea isn't. (36) concepts | (36) Transition | (35) partnership | (35) conference | Some of the best and most useful devices were used in smart cities around the world in 2021. (35) equipment | (35) exchange | (34) wireless | (34) matter | (34) trade | (34) manufacturing | (34) children | (33) parking | (33) automation | (33) media | (33) travel | (32) india | (32) competition | (32) options | (32) pressure | (32) Big Data | (31) hub | (31) co2 | (31) labor | (31) united nations | (30) municipal | (30) inclusive | (30) weather | (30) body | (30) 2050 | (30) computers | (30) roads | (29) architecture | (29) difference | (28) district | (28) participate | (28) EU | (28) transparency | (28) universal | (28) legal | (27) asia | (27) recycling | (27) interactive | (27) map | (27) parks | (26) paper | Methodology for the preparation and implementation of the Smart Cities concept at the level of cities, municipalities, and regions.The Smart Cities concept is implemented on two main planes  a strategic document, that gives the direction, objective, and system to the Smart Cities development; it usually follows and is coherent with the existing strategic documents of the city; coherence must exist in particular with the strategic plan and through it with the land use plan, see Chap. 4 for more.Specific development projects, by which this concept is delivered; where modern technologies are implemented, they may be either of research/ development nature (testing of not yet completed solutions in the city as a "live lab") or of investment nature (buying and deploying fully tested solutions). 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