This open access special issue of the Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research (JTAER) on Applications for Smart Cities has been edited by Hans Schaffers (Aalto University, Centre of Knowledge and Innovation Research), Carlo Ratti (MIT, Senseable City Laboratory) and Nicos Komninos (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, URENIO Research).
The Hype Cycle of Smart City Technologies is Gartner’s second analysis of the range of technologies that can be used in smart cities. The Hype charts the position of technologies that support smart city solutions, ranging from mobility and parking to healthcare, energy and water management,
The Committee of Digital and Knowledge-based Cities (CDC) of UCLG published the “Smart Cities Study: International study on the situation of ICT, innovation and knowledge in cities”. The study focuses on recent development in information and communication technologies, innovation and knowledge in 28 cities from all over the world.
“Connecting Smart and Sustainable Growth through Smart Specialisation” is a guide in a series of guides prepared in the framework of the Smart Specialisation Platform set up by the European Commission. It is not an academic publication but a practical document with concrete recommendations and examples of good practice that show potential ways forward and to facilitate
Booz & Company’s annual study of R&D spending reveals successful innovators and brings clarity to a process often described as fuzzy and vague. In 2011, corporate spending among the Global Innovation 1000 increased 9.6 percent over the previous year,
Amsterdam Smart City is mainly about cooperation; about city, citizens and companies working together to reduce CO2-emissions. The Amsterdam Smart City project started with a small organization and the goal to start new Public Private Partnerships,