A master thesis by Dragana Radovanovi? under the supervision of Leif Edvinsson. The purpose of the work is to identify factors associated with the Ragusa’s survival persistence and subject awareness, in order to highlight what the city of Lund may learn from this intelligent city.
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Habitat JAM, an unprecedented global event where tens of thousands of world citizens unite online to debate urban sustainability issues, will be held for 72 hours from 1-3 December, 2005.
In the 21st century, knowledge has become the most essential resource for urban competitiveness. City-Regions as Intelligent Territories is an international research project funded by the EU R&D Framework Programme. The project contributes in the understanding of territorial learning processes, knowledge dissemination and transfer, and social networks in a number of different urban environments.
The second national conference on Intelligent Cities, organized by the City of Whittlesea, discussed cases from Australia and overseas. The conference adopted the ‘Smart Community’ point of view, considering broadband infrastructure as an essential public utility.
The book edited by Alan Steventon and Steve Wright (Springer 2006) sets out a vision of intelligent spaces and describes the progress that has been made towards realisation?. Intelligent Spaces (or iSpaces) refer to physical environments in which information and communication technologies and sensor systems disappear as they become embedded into physical objects