Defining Smart City Architecture for Sustainability

@inproceedings{Anthopoulos2015DefiningSC,
  title={Defining Smart City Architecture for Sustainability},
  author={Leonidas G. Anthopoulos},
  year={2015}
}
Smart city has been evolved since late 1990s to a rapidly emerged domain, where the academia, the industry and the government have mutual interest in transforming cities to innovation-based sustainable spaces. However, this evolution has come to a critical point of argument, where existing efforts are being developed mainly with public spending, which serve industrial purposes. As such, governments focus on smart city standardization in an attempt to clarify the smart city domain. Such… CONTINUE READING

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