The Process Of Smart City Definition At An EU Level

@inproceedings{Russo2014ThePO,
  title={The Process Of Smart City Definition At An EU Level},
  author={Francesco Russo and Corrado Rindone and Paola Panuccio},
  year={2014}
}
Diffusion and availability of new technologies has influenced the evolution and organization of cities. New technologies and services, in particular in the areas of transport, energy and information and communication technologies (ICT), are requirements to transform a city into a smart city contributing towards reaching a high level of urban sustainable development. The purpose of this paper is to analyse the process of smart city definition following the European approach. In the context of… 

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