Urban planning, Sustainability, City, Intelligent city, Smart city, Sustainable development

POCITYF project blows out its first candle

On Oct 29, 2020
@EUSmartCities shared
RT @pocityf: As we blow on our first candle we look back at the achievements and challenges of the last 12 months. Thank you all for following us and for supporting our daily journey towards more sustainable heritage cities. https://t.co/OCEzSzXI7H @innovationatEDP @ICONSinnovation https://t.co/uuD4tXZYuy
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One year ago in the beautiful Portuguese city of Évora, a team of 46 partners from across Europe set the POCITYF project in motion.

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On Oct 29, 2020
@EUSmartCities shared
RT @pocityf: As we blow on our first candle we look back at the achievements and challenges of the last 12 months. Thank you all for following us and for supporting our daily journey towards more sustainable heritage cities. https://t.co/OCEzSzXI7H @innovationatEDP @ICONSinnovation https://t.co/uuD4tXZYuy
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POCITYF project blows out its first candle

POCITYF project blows out its first candle

One year ago in the beautiful Portuguese city of Évora, a team of 46 partners from across Europe set the POCITYF project in motion.

This is what a smart city should do for its people

This is what a smart city should do for its people

We can design more efficient and more ecological people-centred cities, which promote individual wellbeing and sustainable development.

This Is What a Smart City Should Do for Its People

This Is What a Smart City Should Do for Its People

Re-published from the World Economics Forum. We are living through interesting times. As Dickens might put it, it is perhaps the best of times for tech companies. The digital revolution is ...

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SMR, which concluded in 2018, used a holistic approach to develop Resilience Management Guidelines to support urban decision-makers in developing and implementing resilience measures in ...

Intelligent - rather than smart - cities can address the roots of urban challenges

Intelligent - rather than smart - cities can address the roots of urban challenges

Cities need to focus on intelligent, collaborative and community-oriented approaches to smart city planning. This is important when it comes to addressing the roots of urban challenges.

Re-imagining sustainable urban life

Re-imagining sustainable urban life

What does urban life mean at the end of the second decade of the 21st century? Cities are growing rapidly around the world, and this growth seems unlikely to stop any time soon. But there ...

Solving a Global City Data Deficit with a Made-in-Canada Approach

Solving a Global City Data Deficit with a Made-in-Canada Approach

Cities across Canada and worldwide are collecting vast amounts of local-level data to meet varying local, national and international challenges. Resilience, climate change and the “smart ...

From Smog City to Smart Mobility Hub: L.A.’s Leap into the Digital Future

From Smog City to Smart Mobility Hub: L.A.’s Leap into the Digital Future

It’s 2019, the year of the Blade Runner. And we don’t have flying cars. But there is a lot of exciting stuff happening in L.A. And the reality is not as dystopian as Ridley Scott imagined ...

Why Is Urban Transformation Unstoppable?

Why Is Urban Transformation Unstoppable?

That cities are growing is undeniable. By 2050, cities are expected to be home to 70% of the world's population.

Smart Cities - a cities ABC

Smart Cities - a cities ABC

A smart city is firstly a municipality that uses tech driven information and communication technologies (ICT) to increase, manage and optimisse operational efficiency, share information ...