Smarter Cities and Their Innovation Challenges

@article{Naphade2011SmarterCA,
  title={Smarter Cities and Their Innovation Challenges},
  author={Milind R. Naphade and Guruduth Banavar and Colin Harrison and Jurij Paraszczak and Robert J. T. Morris},
  journal={Computer},
  year={2011},
  volume={44},
  pages={32-39}
}
The transformation to smarter cities will require innovation in planning, management, and operations. Several ongoing projects around the world illustrate the opportunities and challenges of this transformation. Cities must get smarter to address an array of emerging urbanization challenges, and as the projects highlighted in this article show, several distinct paths are available. The number of cities worldwide pursuing smarter transformation is growing rapidly. However, these efforts face… CONTINUE READING

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