Simple ways to be smart

Autor(es):
United for Smart Sustainable Cities | Unión Internacional de Telecomunicaciones
Editor: Geneva : [ITU], 2021Descripción: 75 p. : il., gráf. ;1 documento PDFTipo de contenido: texto (visual)
Tipo de medio: electrónico
Tipo de soporte: recurso en línea
ISBN: 9789261332419Tema(s): Ciudades inteligentes | Technologies | Smart Cities | IA | Infrastructure | High-tech infrastructure | Project | Smart sustainable city | ICT | SSCRecursos en línea: Acceso a la publicación Resumen: Smart technologies and ideas have relevance for all cities and settlements, regardless of size or resources, as they enable better city management and operation and can improve quality of life. This report was conceived to identify smart interventions that do not require excessive material or capacity inputs, and yet can help cities and settlements to become more inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable. For many cities, this means investing in high-tech infrastructure and innovative systems that enable cities to take advantage of new technology developments. Many cities, especially medium to small cities and those in developing countries, find that their smart city ambitions compete with other priorities for resources and that the high-level skills required to implement smart city solutions are in short supply. Such cities can still be smarter than they are, with low-cost solutions that do not require extensive infrastructure or very high skill levels to implement. Using email more effectively, cloud storage solutions and other services, map services, using digital forms to replace paper, using social media effectively, and the use of simple mobile apps are potential simple, smart solutions. Such approaches to being smart can enable cities to improve the experience of the city for residents, businesses and visitors. This project will collect examples of such solutions, the city problems they address, the resources needed and the benefits that can be expected. The project’s outputs will point readers towards more detailed information and where to learn more about these solutions. Where possible, cases that have actually been implemented by small to mid-sized cities will be reported, with information about the results. Examples will be collected from academic and practitioner sources as well as from an open call to interested suppliers, developers, cities and other stakeholders who may have relevant examples to share.
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Smart technologies and ideas have relevance for all cities and settlements, regardless of size or resources, as they enable better city management and operation and can improve quality of life. This report was conceived to identify smart interventions that do not require excessive material or capacity inputs, and yet can help cities and settlements to become more inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable. For many cities, this means investing in high-tech infrastructure and innovative systems that enable cities to take advantage of new technology developments. Many cities, especially medium to small cities and those in developing countries, find that their smart city ambitions compete with other priorities for resources and that the high-level skills required to implement smart city solutions are in short supply. Such cities can still be smarter than they are, with low-cost solutions that do not require extensive infrastructure or very high skill levels to implement. Using email more effectively, cloud storage solutions and other services, map services, using digital forms to replace paper, using social media effectively, and the use of simple mobile apps are potential simple, smart solutions. Such approaches to being smart can enable cities to improve the experience of the city for residents, businesses and visitors. This project will collect examples of such solutions, the city problems they address, the resources needed and the benefits that can be expected. The project’s outputs will point readers towards more detailed information and where to learn more about these solutions. Where possible, cases that have actually been implemented by small to mid-sized cities will be reported, with information about the results. Examples will be collected from academic and practitioner sources as well as from an open call to interested suppliers, developers, cities and other stakeholders who may have relevant examples to share.

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