Smart Cities, cities towards sustainability

The cities of the future must be geared towards sustainability. A Smart City is a city that uses technology and information to reduce energy costs, environmental impact and improve the quality of life of its citizens. Learn how a smart city operates and the benefits of smart cities.


Smart City Projects

Currently, there are more than 50 cities that have decided to take the step towards digital transformation and gradually become Smart Cities. Out of the 50 smartest cities, 27 are located in Europe.

In the top 3 smart cities, we find London, New York, and Paris.

The projects and actions that these cities have carried out to achieve top positions are closely related and can be summarized as follows:

  • Diverse (and sustainable) mobility with amenities for citizens.
  • Open Data cities with incredible information collection and management and effective use of ICTs.
  • Constant communication and interaction with citizens, encouraging their participation.
  • Stable and lasting economy with global influence.
  • Abundance of green areas and public spaces.
  • Increasingly technological buildings, controlled through apps.
  • Anti-pollution plans and environmental parameter measurement systems.
  • Technology applied to education and healthcare.


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