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Smart City: what is it?

A city is defined Smart City when investments in communications infrastructure, traditional (transport) and modern (ICT), referred to the human and social capital, ensuring sustainable economic development and a high quality of life.

The Smart cities can be classified into six main dimensions:
Smart economy
Smart mobility
Intelligent environment
Smart people
Intelligent life
Governance smart


Wi-fi in all common areas with broadband
New bus network intelligent and sustainable
Telecare service, that is, health care 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
Electric vehicles
School routes, where children can walk alone to and from school
ApparkB, an app that allows you to pay for the parking area and the Green-Blue-Zone through cell
MobileID, app that allows you to complete the steps of the City and access to its services from your smartphone
Bicing, urban transport based on cycling in common


Open Data, ie municipal data made available to the public
Digital infrastructure, which entails cost savings, cost benefits, opportunities for improving the quality of life
District heating
Cycle paths
Traffic monitoring
Intelligent waste management and tourist services

Smart mobility, with apps that let you know when you get the bus or train
City Bike and Car Sharing
Sustainable and environmentally friendly city, with water coming from the waterworks
Wheelchair accessible
Smart infrastructures within easy reach

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