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Smart Cities or smart cities are born with the aim of creating economically, socially and environmentally sustainable cities. A S mart City is defined as a complex and interconnected system that applies new technologies to manage the proper functioning of public and private transport systems, the efficient use of energy or water resources, socio-economic aspects, the vitality of public spaces or communication of incidents to residents and visitors.

A Smart City is the combination of people, technology and creativity to make any city in the world more sustainable and efficient. In some way, smart cities provide citizens with tools to add greater value to the city, reducing the  energy cost  and the environmental impact.

For a city, being able to count on this kind of systematization can generate a transcendental change in its inhabitants, since these cities become more competitive every day, resources, creativity and human capital are captured that promote growth at a social, cultural and economic. New technologies have a strong impact on the quality of life of citizens, and also on the efficiency of public and private services, leaving cities in more advantageous positions.


Smart cities are interconnected with elements that allow collecting data on citizens to understand their behavior, needs and habits, in order to obtain greater efficiency and comfort in aspects such as mobility, security, energy, health, telecommunications, access to the information, administrative procedures etc. One of the objectives of smart cities is to combat pollution and guide people's lives towards sustainability, using infrastructure, innovation and technology to reduce energy consumption and reduce CO2 emissions.

A city can be classified as smart when it invests in human and social capital, in traditional (transport) and modern (ICT) infrastructures, in fuel communications infrastructure, in sustainable economic development and a high quality of life, with a rational management of resources. natural resources, through participatory management. To respond to new challenges, smart cities are committed to competitiveness, collaboration, planning, creativity, sustainability, R + D + i


The ideal model of a smart city is based on the following subsystems:

  • Distributed generation

  • Smart Grids

  • Smart Metering

  • Smart buildings

  • Smart Sensors

  • Smart Citizen

  • Information and communication technologies (ICT) 


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