From Smart Campus to Smart Cities: Issues of the Smart Revolution

Abstract : With 7/10 of the population which will live in urban center by 2050, Cities face huge challenge inviting to rethink the very concept of a City. The Smart Cities concept proposes to use Information and Communication Technologies to design sustainable solutions for improving socio-ecological aspects of cities. In this paper, we present the challenge of designing IT applications in Smart Cities and present our own attempt to transform our university into a Smart Campus. Through examples of use cases, we discuss how the Smart Cities concept intends to put citizen back at the center of the city and highlights that inter-disciplinary work is mandatory to address the challenges of Smart Cities.
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Nicolas Verstaevel, Jérémy Boes, Marie-Pierre Gleizes. From Smart Campus to Smart Cities: Issues of the Smart Revolution. 2nd Workshop on Smart and Sustainable Cities (WSSC 2017) in association with the IEEE Smart World Congress 2017, Jul 2017, San Francisco Bay, United States. pp. 1-6. ⟨hal-01873804⟩

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