Smart Cities and Digital Culture: Models of Innovation

  title={Smart Cities and Digital Culture: Models of Innovation},
  author={Ann Borda and Jonathan P. Bowen},
  booktitle={Museums and Digital Culture},
A smart city is an urban area that broadly refers to a collective model in which technological advancements are used to enhance systemic capabilities aiming to enhance competitiveness, effectiveness, quality of life and sustainability. A major focus of the chapter is a review of smart city platforms and participatory-centric approaches and their potential translation to innovations across digital culture and smart city developments. The results provide a landscape view and further scope for… 
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