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The Social Factors that Drive Successful Smart City Projects

On Oct 14, 2020
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Our recent webinar "The Social Factors that Drive Successful Smart City Projects" is available on the Smart Cities Resource Center! https://t.co/qZuVCzvcwP Members interested in human factors that drive smart city developments can access this webinar now! #IEEESC #SmartCities https://t.co/ZwZzMJdT04
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Human factors that drive smart city developments include social, economic, environmental, technological and political factors. In this session, we’ll focus on social factors such as population growth, urban migration, aging society, mobile working, household patterns, inequality, ...

On Oct 14, 2020
@IEEESmartCities shared
Our recent webinar "The Social Factors that Drive Successful Smart City Projects" is available on the Smart Cities Resource Center! https://t.co/qZuVCzvcwP Members interested in human factors that drive smart city developments can access this webinar now! #IEEESC #SmartCities https://t.co/ZwZzMJdT04
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The Social Factors that Drive Successful Smart City Projects

The Social Factors that Drive Successful Smart City Projects

Human factors that drive smart city developments include social, economic, environmental, technological and political factors. In this session, we’ll focus on social factors such as ...

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The most effective use of resources would be to combine infectious disease modelling and social epidemiology to produce better and fairer forecasts.

The most effective use of resources would be to combine infectious disease modelling and social epidemiology to produce better and fairer forecasts.

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