Smart Cities – International Case Studies

December 07, 2016 by Inter-American Development Bank

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A Smart City is one that places people at the center of development, incorporates Information and Communication Technologies into urban management, and uses these elements as tools to stimulate the design of an effective government that includes collaborative planning and citizen participation. By promoting integrated and sustainable development, Smart Cities become more innovative, competitive, attractive, and resilient, thus improving lives. Case Studies include: -Tel Aviv, Israel -Namyangju, Republic of Korea -Rio de Janeiro, Brazil -Pangyo, Republic of Korea -Songdo, Republic of Korea -Anyang, Republic of Korea -Singapore, Republic of Singapore -Orlanda, United States of America -Santander, Spain -Medeillin, Colombia