Smart cities from an ict perspective. Ingvar Hektor Region sub-Saharan Africa. Trends INFLUENCING CITIES. EVERYTHING CONNECTED. URBANIZATION. SUSTAINABILITY. On the Brink of the networked society. THINGS. 50 B. PEOPLE. 5.0 B. ~0.5 B. PLACES. Billion. 50. 5. 1.
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By and for the few
The pen & pencil
The given moment
The studio & the lab
By and for all
The mosaic of small ideas
The computer & mobile & pen & pencil
The continuous torrent
Smart MobilityInnovations move From ”green” to ”smart”
Smart is not only about adding technology, but about utilizing technology to achieve a sustainable future
to drive the Innovation
to meet your ChallengesCities transformed In the Networked Society
Technologies for The smart cities
Mobility Service aware Cloud Broadband Network
Curitiba’s smart transport solution has been recognized at UNFCCC 2011 as one of 10 inspiring examples.
UNFCCC: United Nations Framework Convention on Climate ChangeCuritiba,smarter public transport
2010 UNFCCC 2011 as one of 10 inspiring examples.
10,000 new residential dwellings
30,000 new work places
600,000 m2 commercial space
Modern port and cruise terminal
Walking distance to city centreStockholm,Sustainable City development
STOCKHOLM ROYAL SEAPORT – from an industrial area to a modern sustainable city district and port
In the networked society UNFCCC 2011 as one of 10 inspiring examples. people, knowledge, devices, and information are networked for the growth of society, life and business.Vision