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smart city v2

The initiative is organized into 4 major themes to investigate the quality of life of people living in urban contexts, and is divided into a calendar of events to compare the realities that coexist in today's Smart City.

1. ADVANCED BUILDING, ENERGY SOLUTIONS AND SMART LIVING

Advanced solutions for internal infrastructures and enclosures; technical and intelligent products to build, renovate and improve the city buildings and living, from acoustics to lighting, to the quality of the air and living, indoor and outdoor.

2. THE ACCESSIBILITY: CONNECTED PEOPLE AND INTEGRATED MOBILITY

Smart solutions for information exchange, data collection and management and for new interconnected urban living (Big Data, AI and IoT). Solutions and technologies to support the new intra and long distance mobility: from car / bike sharing, to multimodality, to the revival of public transport.

3. FINANCE,
GOVERNANCE AND
HEALTH

Products and solutions, to regulate and optimize the management and profitability of public and private entities, suggesting objectives, strategies and control systems for organized structures. With a particular focus on solutions and projects to improve the quality of personal services.

4. THE SUSTAINABLE CITY: CIRCULAR ECONOMY AND FOOD POLICIES

Solutions and technologies for a sustainable city, for health and well-being in the urban environment, for reducing consumption and managing waste and resources with a view to circularity. Promote a more sustainable approach to food and the integration of green and agricultural spaces within cities.

The reference to our geographical (Europe) and historical condition is the starting point of our reflections on the Smart City.

This reference point imposes 4 elements on our reflection, participation, urbs / civitas, types of artifacts, technology, which imply as many questions:

The European city was born participatory:

How does the Smart City take charge and transform citizen participation?


City means belonging to URBS (the physical city) and CIVITAS (citizenship):

How the Smart City strengthens / weakens this belonging?


In Europe, URBS develops around an extremely large number
limited and easily recognizable artifacts:

Is the Smart City destined to support / modify this structure?


Over the past 1000 years, technology has rippled the surface
of the European city without changing its structure:

What role will technology play in the future of the city?

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