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Smart Cities: The Anywhere Working City - URENIO Watch

Smart Cities: The Anywhere Working City - URENIO Watch | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it
A new report written by Microsoft presents the concept of the Anywhere Working City, a city which is a highly livable, polycentric megapolis driven by soci.

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Finlandia proyecta la ciudad del futuro: un paraíso casi sin coches (FOTOS) - RT

Finlandia proyecta la ciudad del futuro: un paraíso casi sin coches (FOTOS) - RT | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it
Para el año 2030 una verdadera 'ciudad del futuro' exenta de coches, llena de parques y aceras se levantará sobre uno de los barrios de Helsinki, Jätkäsaari.
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Smart Cities: ciudades inteligentes más sostenibles y eficientes - Twenergy

Cada vez más ciudades españolas se esfuerzan en convertirse en Smart Cities a través de nuevas políticas y tecnologías más sostenibles y eficientes.
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Sensor Networks and Smart Cities

Sensor Networks and Smart Cities | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it
Sensor networks, big data, analytics, and urban operation centres are becoming a mainstream solution for smart cities. Sensors can measure, track and locate a wide variety of factors in the urban e...

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Smart Planning for intelligent cities: the open-source paradigm

Smart Planning for intelligent cities: the open-source paradigm | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it
“Open-source urbanismWe are increasingly immersed in the society of knowledge, creativity and innovation, today universally regarded as the keys to competitiveness, true anti-cyclical factors with respect to the crisis that has overrun the capitalist...”
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The City Protocol Building Better Cities Together

The City Protocol Building Better Cities Together | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it
The City Protocol is Barcelona’s solution for cities working on common goals such as empower citizens, share technologies, and engage citizen participation.

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Innovación Urbana y Medioambiente- PapyrusEditor

Innovación Urbana y Medioambiente- PapyrusEditor | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it

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How Cambridge Became the U.K.'s Model Cycling City

How Cambridge Became the U.K.'s Model Cycling City | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it
It has loads of car-free areas in the historic center, for one thing.

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The Shared City

The Shared City | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it
This post is part of our Re-imagining Cities discussion series, following the third edition of the New Cities Summit in Dallas in June 2014.



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HackGriculture: un ‘hackathon’ de datos agrícolas

HackGriculture: un ‘hackathon’ de datos agrícolas | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it
agIfra impulsa esta iniciativa para el desarrollo colaborativo de herramientas para la gestión de datos procedentes de la industria agroalimentaria.

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¿Quién controlará las ciudades inteligentes?

¿Quién controlará las ciudades inteligentes? | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it
La batalla por el control de las Smart cities: ¿Quién será el propietario de los cerebros de las ciudades inteligentes: la ciudadanía o las empresas? ¿Las  ciudades ultratecnológicas revolucionarán...

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Cities Without Borders | Sustainable Cities Collective

Cities Without Borders | Sustainable Cities Collective | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it

With more people now living in urban environments for the first time in human history, we have a tremendous opportunity to harness the productive capacity of a city. Money saved from no longer maintaining physical boundaries could be better spent on developing the urban fabric of future cities. High density, multi-functional spaces, and interconnectivity are paramount. Investing in renewable energies as well as innovative food sources would further the autonomy of the city.

 

by: Rashiq Fataar


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Top 5 Of The Greatest Urban Rooftop Farms — The Pop-Up City

Top 5 Of The Greatest Urban Rooftop Farms — The Pop-Up City | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it
Urban farming has become one of the major international urban trends — a good reason for us to make a Top 5 of the greatest rooftop farms we've come across over the last years.

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¿Qué son las Ciudades Inteligentes?

¿Qué son las Ciudades Inteligentes? | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it
Las ciudades actuales apenas ocupan el 2% de la superficie mundial y en menos de 40 años acogerán al 70% de la población. Esta tendencia ...
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4 desafíos de seguridad que ponen en peligro a las smart cities

4 desafíos de seguridad que ponen en peligro a las smart cities | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it
Las ciudades que invierten presupuestos en volverse más inteligentes no tienen en cuenta que las fallas y ausencias de políticas de seguridad son tierra fértil para hackers y fraudes
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12 ideas brillantes para la ciudad inteligente del futuro que funcionan actualmente

12 ideas brillantes para la ciudad inteligente del futuro que funcionan actualmente | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it
 

Hay una competición poco conocida que promete cambiar el modo en el funcionan nuestras ciudades.

El Cognicity Challenge, patrocinado por Intel, fue organizado por el Canary Wharf Group para “identificar y acelerar el desarrollo de las ...
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Smart Planning for intelligent cities: the open-source paradigm

Smart Planning for intelligent cities: the open-source paradigm | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it

“Open-source urbanismWe are increasingly immersed in the society of knowledge, creativity and innovation, today universally regarded as the keys to competitiveness, true anti-cyclical factors with respect to the crisis that has overrun the capitalist...”


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Smart cities, la tecnología es clave

Smart cities, la tecnología es clave | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it
Más de la mitad de la población mundial vive en ciudades y se espera que para 2050 sea el 70%. En las urbes del mañana, tecnología, habitabilidad, viabilidad y sostenibilidad son fundamentales.

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The City Protocol Building Better Cities Together

The City Protocol Building Better Cities Together | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it
The City Protocol is Barcelona’s solution for cities working on common goals such as empower citizens, share technologies, and engage citizen participation.

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The City Protocol Building Better Cities Together

The City Protocol Building Better Cities Together | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it
The City Protocol is Barcelona’s solution for cities working on common goals such as empower citizens, share technologies, and engage citizen participation.

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The 3 Generations Of Smart Cities

The 3 Generations Of Smart Cities | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it
Inside the development of the technology driven city.

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'Smart Cities' Should Mean 'Sharing Cities' - TIME

'Smart Cities' Should Mean 'Sharing Cities' - TIME | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it
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In India, Dholera is one of 24 new smart cities planned in order to accommodate the country's rapidly expanding population.

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Collective Action Toolkit, una guía para impulsar cambios en las comunidades

Collective Action Toolkit, una guía para impulsar cambios en las comunidades | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it
La consultora Frog Design ha publicado en código abierto la guía Collective Action Toolkit, una herramienta para desarrollar soluciones en comunidades locales aplicando metodologías del pensamiento de diseño.

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Human Scale City - Urban technologies

Human Scale City - Urban technologies | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it
When it comes to bottom-up approaches to smart cities, we have been active for quite a while on issues concerning the intersection of technology, innovation and the city, even before the ‘smart cities’ sloganising began. I have lectured, participated in research projects and written a lot about this big challenge for our cities and have built a critical understanding, advocating the need to ‘urbanize’ technology, to design smart technology from a user-driven design process, and to deploy new technologies considering local needs and from a bottom-up perspective in which all urban knowledge disciplines take part.

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City Protocol, nuevo protocolo para las Smart Cities |

City Protocol, nuevo protocolo para las Smart Cities | | Ciudades inteligentes | Scoop.it
La empresa GDF SUEZ, Cisco y el Ayuntamiento de Barcelona quieren impulsar la certificación City Protocol que podría ser usada por cualquier ciudad.

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luiy's curator insight, March 29, 2013 5:43 PM

El City Protocol, va un poco más allá, ya que se trata de un nuevo marco de trabajo abierto, para las ciudades de todo el mundo para evaluar y mejorar el esfuerzo en materia de sostenibilidad ambiental, la calidad de vida y servicios de la ciudad, innovando y aplicando nuevas formas de participación de la sociedad y mediante el aprovechamiento de las tecnologías de la comunicación (TIC).

 

City Protocol está desarrollado de la misma forma que se hizo en su momento con IP (Internet Protocol), se establece un protocolo que se base en la comunidad global, que englobe el desarrollo urbano de una forma integrada de todas las ciudades.

 

También se creará también una organización, City Protocol Society que representará empresas, centros de investigación y un gran conjunto de universidades que apoyan este proyecto y de distintas maneras participarán en el desarrollo de este protocolo de ciudades.

 

Como muestra de este compromiso, Barcelona ha puesto en marcha un Smart City Campus en la zona de renovación urbana del 22@, que será un espacio de innovación urbana que aglutinará empresas, instituciones, universidades y centros tecnológicos

 

El pasado mes de julio se celebró en Barcelona, el workshop sobre City Protocol, en el que colaboraron las ciudades de Amsterdam, Boston, Buenos Aires, Busan, Copenhagen, Derby, Dublin, Genova , Helsinki, Hyderabad, Istambul , Lima, Livorno, Lyon, Maputo, Medellín, Milan, Moscow, Nairobi, New York City, Nice, Paris, Quito, Rome, San Francisco, Seoul, Taipei, Torino, Uppsala, Venice, Vienna, Yokohama.

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Great Publication: "Bogota 21: Towards a World-Class Transit-Oriented Metropolis" (also available in spanish version)

This book provides strategic advice on development

priorities for Bogotá by looking at the metropolis from

an angle different than is traditionally used by planners

 

To do so, we analysed how the city performs

across a broad array of criteria defining the quality

of urban life. Hence, we benchmarked Bogotá against

world-class cities, such as Paris and New York, labelled

the “capitals” of the 19th and 20th centuries.

 

The benchmark provides the background for a SWOT

analysis (Strengths and Weaknesses of today and the

Opportunities and Threats of tomorrow), and thus

forms the basis for proposing the most appropriate

direction for the future development of Bogotá. This

direction is expressed by the sub-title of the initiative:

“towards a world-class, transit-oriented metropolis.”

The initiative identifies priority measures and proposes

immediate actions for selected projects, many of

them transit-related. This emphasis is because the improvement

of the transportation system in general,

and the public transit system in particular, contributes

the most to the greater good in a megacity like Bogotá.

The Bogotá 21 initiative looks into the budget needed

to transform Bogotá into a top-performing metropolis

by 2050. After optimising the portfolio of investments,

we recommend most suitable budget allocations to

the main areas of infrastructure development, in order

to identify the minimum investment budget.

This amount, about 4.2% of the national Gross Domestic

Product (GDP), needs to be spent annually to

develop Bogotá into a world-class, transit-oriented

metropolis. However, this cost would not be spent for

the development of Bogotá alone, but also for the development

and the benefit of Colombia as a whole.

Two guiding principles were applied when carrying out

this initiative. The first is to maintain a fair balance of

benefits for Bogotá and the country as a whole. The

second principle is to practise moderation and avoid

any kind of overspending towards luxury, beyond

what is sufficient.

About one third of the proposed investment would be

dedicated to the development of the nation, especially

of the transportation infrastructure, including inland

waterways, railways, and roads. This would help Bogotá

live up to the needs of the nation as the central logistics

hub of Colombia, and also cut the tremendous

cost of logistics that prevail today.

* * *

If the investment portfolio proposed by the Bogotá 21

Initiative were to be implemented, then the city would

be on par with metropolises such as Berlin, New York

and Paris by 2050. It would become a candidate for

the honourable title, “capital of the 21st century".

 

It is not a dream, it is an option.

 

 

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