Evaluating sustainability of ICT solutions in cities

  title={Evaluating sustainability of ICT solutions in cities},
  author={Nina L{\"o}vehagen and Anna Bondesson},
There is a need for verification of the sustainability potential of an increasing number of smart city initiatives. This paper discuss a set of requirements necessary to consider when developing a methodology intended to evaluate the environmental and socioeconomic sustainability impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) solutions at a city level. A smart city definition is chosen and a model of the city is proposed, dividing the city into service sectors where ICT solutions are… CONTINUE READING

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