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Title: Le città dell'intelligenza / L'intelligenza delle città. Visioni, figure, valori e razionalità operative nel processo della smart city
Tutor: De Pascali, Paolo
Keywords: smart city
inclusive sustainability
urban energy planning
Issue Date: 17-Jun-2014
Abstract: Trying to formulate sustainability in the context of innovative practices emerges a new pervasive idea recognized in the international debate by the smart city concept. To plan sustainability aiming to govern competitiveness may appear as a new key factor in any urban area dealing with globalization process, but actual problems like population dynamics, social cohesion and urban efficiency require better understanding about meanings and strategies for transition. The thesis attempts to outline how some categories such as innovation, sustainability and global interconnection, underlying in the smart city concept, are absorbed in the exercises of prediction of the future and visioning that many governments in Europe and in the world are beginning to experiment. The discourses and narratives on smart cities have to be compared into a globalized, competitive and extremely changeable reality; strategies that different cities try to improve to respond the need for transition require different resources and capabilities over time and space. In these terms smart city becomes an opportunity to build a new vision of the future capable to bring coherence through shared strategies of action, but if we want to be successful throughout this process, we need to recognize the importance of proceeding to a new definition of objectives to be achieved. The research aims to investigate the issue of smart cities by two different aspects: on the one hand trying to understand how smart city defines a new paradigm for urban development; on the other investigates practices related to that concept to highlight possible operational tools or any unexpected consequences.

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