This white paper, entitled The Role of Digital Utilities in Smart Cities: Leveraging Utility Information and Communication Technologies, has been recently published by Electric Power Research Network (EPRI). It describes a framework for how the digital utility can provide additional value for customers by leveraging existing ICT systems for greater public benefit.
Posts Tagged ‘Smart cities’
This paper “Big data analytics for mitigating carbon emissions in smart cities: opportunities and challenges”, written by Sarah Giest, tries to identify opportunities and challenges around big data use in the context of smart cities, and more specifically, for mitigating carbon emissions. The paper has an open access license.
This report is the first ICT industry publication designed for city decision makers including CTOs, CIOs and technology advisors that provides an overview of the network-enabled technologies to have the greatest impact on the evolving Smart City. Developed by the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS), it aims to help city planners know what’s on the horizon for tomorrow so that they can start developing their technology vision today.
The current report is a deliverable of the project REMOURBAN: REgeneration MOdel for accelerating the smart URBAN transformation. The aim of this report is to characterize European cities as a basis for the replication framework of an urban regeneration model developped through the project.
Data Innovation Day 2017: Building Smart Cities for Tomorrow’s Data Economy is a one-day conference organized by the Center for Data Innovation and will be held on 28th March 2017 in Brussels. Center for Data Innovation is one of the leading global think tanks exploring the intersection of data, technology and public policy.
Smart City Economics: A multi-sided approach to financing the smart city is a position paper published by Atos, the european IT services corporation specialised in cloud, big data services etc. The main issue that this paper attempts to deal with is whether there are better ways of funding innovative projects that do not rely on tax revenue and do not depend on the whims of external partners.
Thailand is currently implementing a Smart City initiative. The goal is to develop smart cities across the country in a manner that helps provinces develop according to their economic needs.