Over the last 10 years, smart cities began to flourish across the world with an increase in the use of advanced technologies, especially in most industrialized countries to meet urbanization challenges (Dameri & Ricciardi, 2015; Matos et al., 2017). European funds, in particular, supported this trend, and several calls for innovative projects supported pilots in European cities. These projects are aimed at developing best practices and competencies to be reused in the same city and eventually replicated in other cities (European Parliament, 2014).

Toward Resilient Smart Cities: The Experience of Genoa

Manes-Rossi, Francesca
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2021

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Over the last 10 years, smart cities began to flourish across the world with an increase in the use of advanced technologies, especially in most industrialized countries to meet urbanization challenges (Dameri & Ricciardi, 2015; Matos et al., 2017). European funds, in particular, supported this trend, and several calls for innovative projects supported pilots in European cities. These projects are aimed at developing best practices and competencies to be reused in the same city and eventually replicated in other cities (European Parliament, 2014).
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