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Cidade inteligente Búzios: entre paradigmas e percepções

Freitas, João Alcantara de
Fonte: Fundação Getúlio Vargas Publicador: Fundação Getúlio Vargas
Tipo: Dissertação
PT_BR
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A partir da segunda metade da década de 1990, com o avanço da informática, passou-se a integrar Tecnologia da Informação (TI) em vários processos de gestão das cidades. A partir desta integração, nasce o conceito genérico de Smart City, traduzido – não literalmente – para o português como Cidade inteligente. O conceito está sendo disseminado rapidamente, mas destaca-se que não há consenso em sua definição, o que faz com que os projetos desta natureza sejam bastante heterogêneos. A concessionária de energia elétrica Ampla S.A., que atende 66 municípios no estado do Rio de Janeiro, está desenvolvendo um projeto que tem como premissa transformar a cidade de Armação dos Búzios na primeira cidade inteligente da América Latina. Iniciado em 2011, o projeto da concessionária é basicamente pautado em melhorias da rede elétrica, o que seria apenas um dos elementos de um projeto de cidade inteligente. A presente dissertação está dividida em duas partes. Na primeira, o objetivo é apresentar um panorama atualizado das pesquisas sobre cidades inteligentes e projetos que estão sendo desenvolvidos, buscando compreender as interpretações que pode-se ter do conceito. A segunda parte aproxima-se do cotidiano de Búzios a partir de entrevistas realizadas com alguns moradores em novembro de 2013. As entrevistas propõem debater questões relacionadas a qualidade de vida na cidade...

Mobi_system : a personal travel assistance for electrical vehicles in smart cities

Ferreira, João C.; Afonso, João L.
Fonte: Universidade do Minho Publicador: Universidade do Minho
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /06/2011 ENG
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In this work it is proposed the design of a mobile system to assist car drivers in a smart city environment oriented to the upcoming reality of Electric Vehicles (EV). Taking into account the new reality of smart cites, EV introduction, Smart Grids (SG), Electrical Markets (EM), with deregulation of electricity production and use, drivers will need more information for decision and mobility purposes. A mobile application to recommend useful related information will help drivers to deal with this new reality, giving guidance towards traffic, batteries charging process, and city mobility infrastructures (e.g. public transportation information, parking places availability and car & bike sharing systems). Since this is an upcoming reality with possible process changes, development must be based on agile process approaches (Web services).; Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT); MIT-Portugal Program

BASIS: uma Arquitetura de Big Data para Smart Cities; BASIS: a Big Data Architecture for Smart Cities

Costa, Carlos Filipe Machado da Silva
Fonte: Universidade do Minho Publicador: Universidade do Minho
Tipo: Trabalho de Conclusão de Curso
Publicado em //2015 POR
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Dissertação de mestrado integrado em Gestão de Sistemas de Informação; No mundo atual, os centros urbanos são a principal escolha para habitação. Cidadãos comportam-se como consumidores de serviços, esperando o desempenho adequado por parte dos órgãos gestores das cidades, independentemente das restrições vividas. Com este fenómeno advêm desafios de sustentabilidade económica, social e ambiental. É expectável que as cidades virem o seu foco para o cidadão e o enquadrem num governo participativo. Emerge assim o conceito de Smart City, onde a dinâmica humana atual assenta no uso intensivo da Internet of Things (IoT), em que vários dispositivos se encontram permanentemente conectados, gerando vastas quantidades de dados, nos mais variados formatos. As Smart Cities passam a ser vistas como uma fonte incessável de Big Data e um potencial campo de aplicação para as tecnologias de armazenamento e processamento deste emergente tipo de dados, definido sobretudo pelo volume, variedade e velocidade. Nesta dissertação propõe-se uma arquitetura de Big Data para Smart Cities (BASIS), cujo contributo foi suportado pela realização de um adequado enquadramento conceptual e tecnológico, onde são estudados os conceitos envolvidos nesta dissertação...

WIFI indoor positioning for mobile devices, an application for the UJI Smart Campus

Vicent, Joan Pere Avariento
Fonte: Universidade Nova de Lisboa Publicador: Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em 01/03/2013 ENG
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Dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Science in Geospatial Technologies.; Smart Campus has emerged as a study platform of a Smart City. There are some similarities between the Campus and a City. Due to this, is possible use a Smart Campus as attesting bench and then apply these investigations to implement in a Smart City. One of this potential technologies is the Indoor Positioning System using the Wi-Fi network. The aim of this work is research and implement a mobile application to carry out the indoor positioning in the context of the UJI Smart Campus. The prototype developed allows to perform the first part of the Wi-Fi Indoor Positioning, the mapping phase. This application implements a system to display and all UJI cartography (campus basemap, UJI buildings and UJI buildings interiors). When whole system will be developed, it will allow implement the indoor positioning in a future applications for the Smart Campus.

Geospatial technologies for public participation: better decisions for smarter cities?

Roca, Juan López
Fonte: Universidade Nova de Lisboa Publicador: Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em 28/02/2014 ENG
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Dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Science in Geospatial Technologies.; In recent years society has undergone a process of modernization and with it, there has been increased citizen participation in decision-making and public policy development. This is due to, in part, the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) together with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in the development of channels of participation. This rapprochement between citizens and institutions through technology, has encouraged the development and evolution of the smart city concept in a broad sense and smart campus, applied to the university context, as test area. The goal of this thesis is study the relation between the three components of a smart city (human, institution, technology) through the introduction of an improvement in the technology component that allows interrelate the human and institutional component in a closer way, and analyze its potential impact on them. To this end, public participation has been enabled at the Universitat Jaume I (UJI) by implementing a Web mapping application that, on the one hand allows users to report campus incidents (illegally parked vehicles...

Integration of Utilities Infrastructures in a Future Internet Enabled Smart City Framework

Sánchez, Luis; Elicegui, Ignacio; Cuesta, Javier; Muñoz, Luis; Lanza, Jorge
Fonte: Molecular Diversity Preservation International (MDPI) Publicador: Molecular Diversity Preservation International (MDPI)
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 25/10/2013 EN
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Improving efficiency of city services and facilitating a more sustainable development of cities are the main drivers of the smart city concept. Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) play a crucial role in making cities smarter, more accessible and more open. In this paper we present a novel architecture exploiting major concepts from the Future Internet (FI) paradigm addressing the challenges that need to be overcome when creating smarter cities. This architecture takes advantage of both the critical communications infrastructures already in place and owned by the utilities as well as of the infrastructure belonging to the city municipalities to accelerate efficient provision of existing and new city services. The paper highlights how FI technologies create the necessary glue and logic that allows the integration of current vertical and isolated city services into a holistic solution, which enables a huge forward leap for the efficiency and sustainability of our cities. Moreover, the paper describes a real-world prototype, that instantiates the aforementioned architecture, deployed in one of the parks of the city of Santander providing an autonomous public street lighting adaptation service. This prototype is a showcase on how added-value services can be seamlessly created on top of the proposed architecture.

Managing Emergency Situations in the Smart City: The Smart Signal

Asensio, Ángel; Blanco, Teresa; Blasco, Rubén; Marco, Álvaro; Casas, Roberto
Fonte: MDPI Publicador: MDPI
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 18/06/2015 EN
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In a city there are numerous items, many of them unnoticed but essential; this is the case of the signals. Signals are considered objects with reduced technological interest, but in this paper we prove that making them smart and integrating in the IoT (Internet of Things) could be a relevant contribution to the Smart City. This paper presents the concept of Smart Signal, as a device conscious of its context, with communication skills, able to offer the best message to the user, and as a ubiquitous element that contributes with information to the city. We present the design considerations and a real implementation and validation of the system in one of the most challenging environments that may exist in a city: a tunnel. The main advantages of the Smart Signal are the improvement of the actual functionality of the signal providing new interaction capabilities with users and a new sensory mechanism of the Smart City.

Smart City Mobility Application—Gradient Boosting Trees for Mobility Prediction and Analysis Based on Crowdsourced Data

Semanjski, Ivana; Gautama, Sidharta
Fonte: MDPI Publicador: MDPI
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 03/07/2015 EN
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Mobility management represents one of the most important parts of the smart city concept. The way we travel, at what time of the day, for what purposes and with what transportation modes, have a pertinent impact on the overall quality of life in cities. To manage this process, detailed and comprehensive information on individuals’ behaviour is needed as well as effective feedback/communication channels. In this article, we explore the applicability of crowdsourced data for this purpose. We apply a gradient boosting trees algorithm to model individuals’ mobility decision making processes (particularly concerning what transportation mode they are likely to use). To accomplish this we rely on data collected from three sources: a dedicated smartphone application, a geographic information systems-based web interface and weather forecast data collected over a period of six months. The applicability of the developed model is seen as a potential platform for personalized mobility management in smart cities and a communication tool between the city (to steer the users towards more sustainable behaviour by additionally weighting preferred suggestions) and users (who can give feedback on the acceptability of the provided suggestions, by accepting or rejecting them...

A Smart City Lighting Case Study on an OpenStack-Powered Infrastructure

Merlino, Giovanni; Bruneo, Dario; Distefano, Salvatore; Longo, Francesco; Puliafito, Antonio; Al-Anbuky, Adnan
Fonte: MDPI Publicador: MDPI
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 06/07/2015 EN
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The adoption of embedded systems, mobile devices and other smart devices keeps rising globally, and the scope of their involvement broadens, for instance, in smart city-like scenarios. In light of this, a pressing need emerges to tame such complexity and reuse as much tooling as possible without resorting to vertical ad hoc solutions, while at the same time taking into account valid options with regard to infrastructure management and other more advanced functionalities. Existing solutions mainly focus on core mechanisms and do not allow one to scale by leveraging infrastructure or adapt to a variety of scenarios, especially if actuators are involved in the loop. A new, more flexible, cloud-based approach, able to provide device-focused workflows, is required. In this sense, a widely-used and competitive framework for infrastructure as a service, such as OpenStack, with its breadth in terms of feature coverage and expanded scope, looks to fit the bill, replacing current application-specific approaches with an innovative application-agnostic one. This work thus describes the rationale, efforts and results so far achieved for an integration of IoT paradigms and resource ecosystems with such a kind of cloud-oriented device-centric environment...

Integration of utilities infrastructures in a future internet enabled smart city framework

Sánchez González, Luis; Elicegui Maestro, Ignacio; Cuesta Cañas, Javier; Muñoz Gutiérrez, Luis; Lanza Calderón, Jorge
Fonte: MDPI Publicador: MDPI
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; publishedVersion
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Improving efficiency of city services and facilitating a more sustainable development of cities are the main drivers of the smart city concept. Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) play a crucial role in making cities smarter, more accessible and more open. In this paper we present a novel architecture exploiting major concepts from the Future Internet (FI) paradigm addressing the challenges that need to be overcome when creating smarter cities. This architecture takes advantage of both the critical communications infrastructures already in place and owned by the utilities as well as of the infrastructure belonging to the city municipalities to accelerate efficient provision of existing and new city services. The paper highlights how FI technologies create the necessary glue and logic that allows the integration of current vertical and isolated city services into a holistic solution, which enables a huge forward leap for the efficiency and sustainability of our cities. Moreover, the paper describes a real-world prototype, that instantiates the aforementioned architecture, deployed in one of the parks of the city of Santander providing an autonomous public street lighting adaptation service. This prototype is a showcase on how added-value services can be seamlessly created on top of the proposed architecture.

Public services provided with ICT in the smart city environment: the case of spanish cities.

Pérez González, Daniel; Díaz Díaz, Raimundo
Fonte: Graz University of Technology-; Institut für Informationssysteme und Computer Medien (IICM) Publicador: Graz University of Technology-; Institut für Informationssysteme und Computer Medien (IICM)
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; publishedVersion
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Social, technological and economic changes, citizen demand of services modernization, new ICT developments related to the Internet of Things and an economic situation that urges more efficient public administrations, have allowed the adoption of ICT by municipalities in order to provide public services. All the foregoing constitutes a boost of the smart city concept, which is considered in the scientific literature mainly from a technical point of view, overlooking deeper analysis on the specific services being provided by means of smart technologies. The current research identifies services provided using smart technologies at 26 Spanish smart cities and the degree of smart development of those cities based on which services provide. The results highlight that the services most widely implemented are those that allow direct reductions in local administration expenditure. On the other hand, the remaining services enjoy greater perspectives of future development. Additionally, three groups of smart city development have been identified, which allows benchmarking analysis and enhances the exchange of information between the cities.

Desenvolvimento de um sistema de controlo de iluminação pública e de sinalização rodoviária

Sousa, José Augusto Carneiro de
Fonte: Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro Publicador: Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
POR
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Dissertação de Mestrado em Engenharia Electrotécnica e de Computadores; No desenvolvimento de uma Smart City é necessário projetar todos os serviços, para que estes se articulem como um todo. A gestão do tráfego e do estacionamento de veículos e da iluminação pública são três dos serviços públicos a integrar numa cidade. Para tal é necessário projetar e desenvolver estes sistemas para que sejam totalmente controláveis pela gestão central da cidade, garantindo ainda a sua eficiência energética e funcional que uma Smart City prevê. Ao longo desta dissertação são apresentados o processo de planeamento e desenvolvimento dos sistemas, desde o sistema de telecomunicações para interligação à central de processamento até ao desenho dos seus terminais e modelos funcionais. Foram implementados protótipos funcionais de alguns dispositivos terminais, nomeadamente sinalizadores LED e terminais de controlo das luminárias, bem como a interface de gestão remota com os quais foram realizados testes e cujos resultados foram bastante satisfatórios em laboratório; When developing a Smart City it is necessary to design all services as part of a fully integrated system. Traffic and parking management system, such as street lighting are two of a large number of services to be integrated on those cities. This requires both designing and developing the above mentioned systems so that they are fully controllable by the city central management platform...

La progettazione urbana ecologica per il paesaggio d’acqua della Eco/Smart City di Wuhan = Ecological urban design for the waterscape of the Wuhan Eco/Smart City

Palazzo, E.; Pelucca, B.
Fonte: Maggioli Editore, Italy Publicador: Maggioli Editore, Italy
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2015 IT; EN
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Il master plan il centro della Eco/Smart City di Wuhan rappresenta un nuovo approccio nella progettazione delle città ecologiche in Cina e può essere considerato un primo passo avanti nell'esplorazione di nuove strategie spaziali fondate sui valori ambientali esistenti e sulla mobilità alternativa = The Wuhan Eco/Smart City core master plan is a new approach in the ecological planning in China and could be considered a first step ahead in the exploration of new spatial strategies founded on existing environmental values and alternative mobility.; Elisa Palazzo, Bruno Pelucca

Le città dell'intelligenza / L'intelligenza delle città. Visioni, figure, valori e razionalità operative nel processo della smart city

REGINALDI, MICHELE
Fonte: La Sapienza Universidade de Roma Publicador: La Sapienza Universidade de Roma
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
IT
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Trying to formulate sustainability in the context of innovative practices emerges a new pervasive idea recognized in the international debate by the smart city concept. To plan sustainability aiming to govern competitiveness may appear as a new key factor in any urban area dealing with globalization process, but actual problems like population dynamics, social cohesion and urban efficiency require better understanding about meanings and strategies for transition. The thesis attempts to outline how some categories such as innovation, sustainability and global interconnection, underlying in the smart city concept, are absorbed in the exercises of prediction of the future and visioning that many governments in Europe and in the world are beginning to experiment. The discourses and narratives on smart cities have to be compared into a globalized, competitive and extremely changeable reality; strategies that different cities try to improve to respond the need for transition require different resources and capabilities over time and space. In these terms smart city becomes an opportunity to build a new vision of the future capable to bring coherence through shared strategies of action, but if we want to be successful throughout this process...

Smart city. O futuro já acontece

Gonçalves, Paulo
Fonte: Instituto Politécnico do Porto. Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto. Área de Máquinas e Instalações Eléctricas. Departamento de Engenharia Electrotécnica Publicador: Instituto Politécnico do Porto. Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto. Área de Máquinas e Instalações Eléctricas. Departamento de Engenharia Electrotécnica
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2015 POR
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Águeda recebeu formalmente no passado mês de Março o Selo de SMART CITY assim como o prémio de inovação no que ao apoio á internacionalização das suas empresas diz respeito e ao empreendedorismo que sempre demostrou neste processo de desenvolvimento sustentável que já decorre no concelho á alguns anos. Mais do que uma SMART CITY, Águeda quer ser uma HUMAN SMART CITY onde a tecnologia é utilizada para servir as pessoas. Os pilares principais deste projeto assentam: • Governação • Mobilidade / Acessibilidades • Desenvolvimento Económico • Imagem de Marca • Ambiente / Sustentabilidade • Inovação

Uma iniciativa de smart city : o estudo de caso do Centro Integrado de Comando de Porto Alegre

Moreira, Cristiano Ramos
Fonte: Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul; Porto Alegre Publicador: Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul; Porto Alegre
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
PORTUGUêS
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Diante do crescimento populacional e dos crescentes problemas de urbanização surge a necessidade de busca de soluções criativas para melhorar a qualidade de vida dos cidadãos, as quais, muitas vezes, são apoiadas pelo uso de tecnologia: assim surgem as iniciativas de smart city. É dentro deste contexto que o presente estudo pretende contribuir, buscando analisar uma iniciativa de smart city, identificar os desafios e fatores de sucesso de sua implantação, contribuindo, destarte, com a descrição do fenômeno no cenário brasileiro. A iniciativa escolhida foi a implantação do Centro Integrado de Comando (CEIC) da cidade de Porto Alegre, por tratar-se de uma integração de serviços através da utilização da tecnologia. Assim, este estudo busca responder à seguinte questão de pesquisa: como está ocorrendo a implantação do CEIC em Porto Alegre? Para respondê-la, foi utilizado o Framework Integrativo de Iniciativas de Smart Cities de Chourabi et al. (2012). Visando um melhor entendimento do fenômeno em estudo, buscou-se utilizar uma abordagem qualitativa, tendo como método o estudo de caso.O levantamento dos dados ocorreu através de entrevistas semiestruturadas em diversos níveis organizacionais. Posteriormente...

Participation in “Smart Cities” : a user-centric evaluation of the smart city-concept

André, Lars
Fonte: Universidade Católica Portuguesa Publicador: Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em 10/09/2015 ENG
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This dissertation is addressing the smart city concept through identifying citizen participation as an essential part of the framework. Several smart city examples were analyzed and a high variety, not only in terms of affected areas, but also concerning the multiple ways how individual programs integrate citizens, was recognized. Three ways to participate in a smart city were identified: 1. Citizens help the government collecting data 2. Citizens being involved in using the data generated by the government 3. Citizens being involved in government activities. Through elaborating on the smart city concept, the presence and importance of citizen engagement was clarified. Further, participation itself was put into focus. Therefore, several subject-related topics were explored and the identified participation methods were specified. Furthermore, quantitative research was conducted in form of a survey, examining the key findings of the literature review. To facilitate the allocation of trends to several groups, a cluster analysis has been conducted and five clusters could be created: The “Creatives”, -“Alternatives”, -“Techies”, -“Greens” and -“Normals”. Major research results were: The majority associates a smart city with a rather technical nature. Privacy is standing out as the main concern. Respondents are the least confident about developing an application or a service. Combining those results with the key findings based on the literature review...

Ontology Bulding vs Data Harvesting and Cleaning for Smart-city Services

Bellini, Pierfrancesco; Nesi, Paolo; Rauch, Nadia
Fonte: Universidade Cornell Publicador: Universidade Cornell
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 05/08/2015
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Presently, a very large number of public and private data sets are available around the local governments. In most cases, they are not semantically interoperable and a huge human effort is needed to create integrated ontologies and knowledge base for smart city. Smart City ontology is not yet standardized, and a lot of research work is needed to identify models that can easily support the data reconciliation, the management of the complexity and reasoning. In this paper, a system for data ingestion and reconciliation smart cities related aspects as road graph, services available on the roads, traffic sensors etc., is proposed. The system allows managing a big volume of data coming from a variety of sources considering both static and dynamic data. These data are mapped to smart-city ontology and stored into an RDF-Store where they are available for applications via SPARQL queries to provide new services to the users. The paper presents the process adopted to produce the ontology and the knowledge base and the mechanisms adopted for the verification, reconciliation and validation. Some examples about the possible usage of the coherent knowledge base produced are also offered and are accessible from the RDF-Store.; Comment: DMS 2014...

Km4City Ontology Building vs Data Harvesting and Cleaning for Smart-city Services

Bellini, Pierfrancesco; Benigni, Monica; Billero, Riccardo; Nesi, Paolo; Rauch, Nadia
Fonte: Universidade Cornell Publicador: Universidade Cornell
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 05/08/2015
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Presently, a very large number of public and private data sets are available from local governments. In most cases, they are not semantically interoperable and a huge human effort would be needed to create integrated ontologies and knowledge base for smart city. Smart City ontology is not yet standardized, and a lot of research work is needed to identify models that can easily support the data reconciliation, the management of the complexity, to allow the data reasoning. In this paper, a system for data ingestion and reconciliation of smart cities related aspects as road graph, services available on the roads, traffic sensors etc., is proposed. The system allows managing a big data volume of data coming from a variety of sources considering both static and dynamic data. These data are mapped to a smart-city ontology, called KM4City (Knowledge Model for City), and stored into an RDF-Store where they are available for applications via SPARQL queries to provide new services to the users via specific applications of public administration and enterprises. The paper presents the process adopted to produce the ontology and the big data architecture for the knowledge base feeding on the basis of open and private data, and the mechanisms adopted for the data verification...

Smart cities para el desarrollo económico y social a través de las TIC; Smart cities for economic and social development throught ICT

Quezada Silva, Talía Mónica
Fonte: Universidade de Cantabria Publicador: Universidade de Cantabria
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
SPA
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RESUMEN: Hoy en día la mayor parte de la población mundial vive en ciudades, y estas están en constante evolución. Los entornos urbanos se han vuelto mas densos y complejos, y las ciudades enfrentan problemas en diferentes ámbitos, como la movilidad, la eficiencia energética, los recursos ambientales, entre otros. Debido a esto y a la necesidad de mejorar la calidad de vida, se ha introducido el concepto de Smart City para lograr el desarrollo adaptado a la nueva era digital. El objetivo de una ciudad inteligente o Smart City es integrar las tecnologías de la información y comunicación (TIC) con la infraestructura tradicional y un entorno colaborativo de los ciudadanos, haciendo uso de los recursos de una forma sostenible y óptima. El desarrollo de una ciudad inteligente se enfoca principalmente en los problemas más críticos de una ciudad, y se definen seis componentes: economía, movilidad, medio ambiente y energía, personas, vida y gobierno. Las ciudades más desarrolladas del mundo apuntan a ser ciudades inteligentes. El principal objetivo es invertir no sólo en infraestructura, sino en tecnología, aprovechando tecnologías como el Internet de las cosas, y lograr colaboración entre la población e impulsar la innovación para crear nuevas soluciones para aprovechar los recursos y aumentar las condiciones de vida de cada ciudadano. La finalidad de este trabajo es conocer el concepto...